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Hattie Taylor has Tokyo 2021 in Sight

Hattie Taylor looking forward to Tokyo 2021
1 May 2020
Alumnae News
Hattie Taylor
Hattie Taylor

In a recent interview with www.britishrowing.org; SWPS Alumna Hattie Taylor talked about her career highlights, rowing at SWPS and looking forward to Tokyo 2021.

An international medallist at U23 level, Hattie was first selected for a senior boat at the 2017 World Cup regatta in Lucerne.

Following her time in Rowing at SWPS, Hattie spent her gap year training with Melbourne University Boat club. First picked to represent Great Britain in 2015, she won bronze as part of the women’s eight at the World Rowing U23 Championships.

She made her senior GB debut in 2017 in the women’s four, before winning silver as part of the eight at World Rowing Cup I in 2018. She has been part of the women’s eight for the 2019 season, winning European silver and World Cup II bronze.

To read the article in full go to: https://www.britishrowing.org/2020/04/meet-the-team-hattie-taylor/

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