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Athlete profile
Kim Crow

5 World Championships, 2 Olympic Games

  • 2012 London Olympic Games –
    SILVER MEDAL women’s double scull
  • 2012 London Olympic Games –
    BRONZE MEDAL women’s single scull
  • 2011 World Rowing Championships – SILVER MEDAL women’s double scull
  • 2010 World Rowing Championships – SILVER MEDAL women’s double scull
  • 2010 World Rowing Championships –
    4th women’s quad scull
  • 2009 World Rowing Championships –
    5th women’s coxless pair
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Games –
    10th women’s coxless pair
  • 2007 World Rowing Championships –
    4th women’s coxless pair
  • 2006 World Rowing Championships – BRONZE MEDAL women’s eight

Nickname: Kimmy
Place of birth: Melbourne
Place of residence: Canberra
Occupation: Lawyer
Club: Melbourne University Boat Club
Began rowing: 2005
Date of birth: 9/08/1985
Height: 188cm
Weight: 76kg
Favourite food: Muesli, muffins
Favourite book: Pride and Prejudice, Power of One, Arcadia, To Kill A Mockingbird
Favourite movie: The Castle
Personal achievements: Perfect Score 99.95 Year 12 VCE, Joan Rosanove QC Memorial Scholarship (Top ranked female graduate of Melbourne University LLB, 2010)
School: Ruyton Girls' School, Melbourne
Current coach: Lyall McCarthy
Institute/Academy: VIS/AIS
Rowing career highlight(s):
* Silver medal, double scull, 2012 Olympics
* Bronze medal, single scull, 2012 Olympics
Professional goals: Continue to improve as a lawyer
Sporting hero: Alisa Camplin, Michael Groom, Scott Brennan, Silken Laumann
Interests: Going out for breakfast, coffee, reading the newspaper, grammar
Favourite sporting team: Essendon Football Club/ Australian Rowing Team
Famous relatives: father Max Crow played 200 AFL/VFL games
What would you do if you won $10 million dollars? Go to the bank and ask to get it paid out in 5 cent pieces
If I could live anywhere in the world it would be: Melbourne
When I was growing up I wanted to be: An Olympic gold medalist

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