How some tenuous connections led me to piece together the rowing story of Mary McLeannan, one of the first women to represent England internationally.
The story of GB women's rowing World Championships in 1993 when the Lightweight 4- won gold, plus biographies of Sue Key & Fiona Freckleton.
A timeline of key years in the development of GB women's international rowing (from 1954 to 2000) for National Sporting Heritage Day 2019.
The story of GB women's rowing at the Barcelona Olympics & World Championships in 1992 plus biographies of Tish Reid, Katie Brownlow, Kate Grose & Kim Thomas.
How the GB women's team fared at the 1989 and 1979 World Rowing Championships, and the 1969 and 1959 Women's European Rowing Championships.
Rowing biography of Vikki Filsell, who represented GB at junior, U23 and senior level from 1984-1988.
Miriam and Fiona's 1991 openweight sweep/crew medal was historic, but would it prove a turning for GB women's rowing?
New video clips added to RowingStory.com of GB women's crews in 1977, 1990 and 1991.
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.