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2023 World Under 19 Championships – Paris FRA

The World Under 19 Championships were conducted in August 2023 finishing on the weekend of 5th and 6th. This was also the test regatta for the 2024 Olympic Games.

The team was selected at the under 19 selection regatta held in Sydney in late April and the team announced on 30th April 2023. The men's and women's coxed fours were school crews with the women's crew from Queenwood School in Sydney and the men's crew from St Augustine's College, also from Sydney.  The men's double was also a composite crew comprising school rowers. The women's pair won a bronze medal and was an all Wendouree Ballarat Rowing Club crew.

Daily Results Summary

Results - Day 1

Results - Day 2

Results - Day 3

Event Summaries

Men's Scull

Women's Scull

Men's Double Scull

Women's Double Scull

Men's Quad Scull

Women's Quad Scull

Men's Pair

Women's Pair

Men's Four

Women's Four

Men's Coxed Four

Women's Coxed Four

Men's Eight

Women's Eight


Australian Team

Women's Double Scull - Seventh
Eliza Bridgefoot (QLD)
Liesel Page (NSW)
Cch: Agustin Radero (QLD)

Women's Pair - Bronze
Katie Jackson (VIC)
Lucy Richardson (VIC)
Cch: Jamie McDonald (VIC)

Women's Four - Seventh
Georgia Montague (QLD)
Greta Spencer (WA)
Lyla Fievez (WA)
Minaya Bishop (QLD)
Cch: Mark Beer (WA)

Women's Coxed Four - Third
Chloe Driver (NSW)
Charlotte Botha (NSW)
Alexandra O'Brien (NSW)
Imogen Grey (NSW)
Cox: Chloe Jureta (NSW)
Cch: Ray Boyle (NSW)

Men's Double Scull - Seventh
Chad Willett (QLD)
Jack Power (NSW)
Cch: Sean Carolan

Men's Coxed Four - Fourth
Oscar St Pierre (NSW)
Tane Potts (NSW)
Joseph Lynch (NSW)
Doohal McKenzie (NSW)
Cox: Ryder Taylor (NSW)
Cch: Judith Ungermach

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