Rowing trophies today are usually pots or medals, but event organisers used to be much more creative, awarding spoons, biscuit barrels and even a sword!
Meet Annabel Eyres, 1992 Olympian, founder of Rock the Boat, artist, coach and campaigner.
The story of the GB women's rowing team in the rather lean year of 1990, plus new biographies of Jo Toch and Felicity Medinnis-Leach.
The story of the GB women's rowing team in 1989 when the lightweight 4- won silver at the Worlds, plus biographies of Flo Johnston and Caroline Lucas.
The story of the GB women's rowing team at the Seoul Olympics & World Champs in 1988, plus biographies of Gill Bond, Carrie Wood and Sally Andreae.
The story of the GB women's rowing team in 1987, plus biographies of Pauline Peel (nee Bird), Kate Panter and Judith Burne.
GB women's rowing in 1986 saw 2 medals at the Worlds, 4 at the Commonwealth Games, and the retirement of several key athletes including Beryl Crockford.
Read about GB women's rowing in 1985 when the Lwt 2x won our first gold medal, plus rowing biographies of Katie Ball and Judith Franklin.
As well as a five-boat women's rowing team at the LA Olympics in 1984, GB also had crews at the first FISA Lightweight Championships to include women's races.
The first woman to row for GB who already had a Blue didn't do so until 1974 - some 23 years after women's international rowing began.