11 September 2023

World Rowing Champs

Great Britain finished with nine medals and qualified 13 boats for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, placing second on the medal table, and tied first on the number of golds at the 2023 World Rowing Championships in Belgrade this weekend.

For the full news report please visit British Rowing’s website, here.

🥇W4x Georgie Brayshaw, Lola Anderson and Hannah Scott


🥇 M8+ Jacob Dawson, Sholto Carnegie, Charlie Elwes and Tom Ford.


🥇PR3 mixed 4+ Erin Kennedy


🥈M2- Tom George and Ollie Wynne-Griffith


🥉W4- Heidi Long, Rowan McKellar


M4x 4th Tom Barras, George Bourne


W8+ 4th Natasha Morrice / Rebecca Edwards / Lauren Irwin / Karen Bennett / Esme Booth / Emily Ford / Hattie Taylor / Annie Cambell- Orde / Cox Henry Fieldman


W2- 9th Emily Ford / Esme Booth


M2x 25th John Collins


🇮🇪 W4- 9th Imogen Magner


Leander Club athletes who have qualified for the Olympics include:-


Jacob Dawson (Leander Club/ Plymouth ARC)

Sholto Carnegie (Leander Club)

Charlie Elwes (Leander Club)

Tom Ford (Leander Club)


Natasha Morrice (Leander Club)

Rebecca Edwards (Leander Club)

Lauren Irwin (Leander Club)

Karen Bennett (Leander Club)

Esme Booth (Leander Club)

Emily Ford (Leander Club)

Hattie Taylor (Leander Club)

Annie Campbell-Orde (Leander Club)

Henry Fieldman (cox) (Leander Club)

Emily Ford (Leander Club)
Esme Booth (Leander Club)

PR3 Mix4+
Erin Kennedy (cox) (Leander Club)

Heidi Long (Leander Club)
Rowan McKellar (Leander Club)

Hannah Scott (Bann RC/ Leander Club)
Lola Anderson  (Leander Club)
Georgie Brayshaw (Leander Club)

George Bourne (Leander Club)
Tom Barras (Leander Club/ Burway RC)

Ollie Wynne-Griffith (Leander Club/ Cambridge University BC)
Tom George (Leander Club/ Cambridge University BC)

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