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Lachlan Carter

Sydney Rowing Club (NSW)

2010 - Interstate Championships Penrith Cup, bow - 5th

2014 - Interstate Championships Queen's Cup, coach - 6th

2015 - Interstate Championships Penrith Cup, coach - 3rd

2016 - Interstate Championships Penrith Cup, coach - 3rd

2016 - World Junior Championships Men's Quad Cull coach - 12th

2017 - Interstate Championships Penrith Cup, coach - 3rd

2018 - Interstate Championships Penrith Cup, coach - 1st

2018 - World Junior Championships Women's Coxed Four, coach - Silver

2019 - Interstate Championships Bicentennial Cup, coach -1st

2019 - Trans Tasman Series coach

Sydney Rowing Club’s profile of Lachlan extracted on the 30th May 2020 advised:

Coach Carter joined the club as an athlete in 2007 after graduating from The King’s School. He went on to enjoy four seasons as a Lightweight, representing NSW in the Penrith Cup twice. In 2011 a recurring back injury ended Carts’ rowing career, and after most of the year off, he was asked to help out the coaches on January camp, and he’s never left the club once since then. In recent years Carts has coached the Penrith Cup to several podium finishes, including a victory in 2018. He has also coached a plethora of club and youth women’s crews to state and national championships. In his first official season as Women’s Development coach, he led the Junior Women's Coxed Four to a silver medal finish in the inaugural running of the event, at the 2018 Junior World Championships in Račice, Czech Republic. Carts then took our three girls, along with 6 other Welsh Ladies, to NSW’s first win in 6 years in the Bicentennial Cup for Women’s Youth Eights at the 2019 Interstate Regatta.

Date – 30.05.20


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