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Adrienne Martelli


Birthplace: Glendale, Calif.

Hometown: University Place, Wash.

Current Residence: Princeton, N.J.

Club Affiliation: USRowing Training Center--Princeton

Began Rowing: University of Washington, 2006

Date of Birth: 12/3/87 

Height: 6’1” 

Weight: 175

High School: Curtis Senior High School

Undergraduate Education: University of Washington, B.A. Biology-Physiology, 2010

Occupation: Membership Intern; Sales Associate

Employer: USRowing; Princeton Running Company

Current Coaches: Tom Terhaar, Laurel Korholz, Annie Kakela

Years on National Team: Four – 2009, Under 23; 2010-12, Senior

International Results: Finished sixth in the double sculls at the 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup III...Won silver in the eight at the 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup I...Won bronze in the quadruple sculls at the 2012 Olympic Games...Won bronze in the quadruple sculls at the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup II...Took silver in the quadruple sculls at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Took bronze in the four at the 2010 World Rowing Championships...Took silver in the eight at 2009 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.

National Results:  Finished ninth in the pair at the 2014 National Selection Regatta 1...Won the double sculls at the 2011 USRowing Elite Nationals...Placed 11th in the varsity eight at the 2009 and 2010 NCAA Championships...Won the senior pair and intermediate pair at the 2008 USRowing Club National Championships...Won the varsity four at the 2008 NCAA Championships.

Personal: Adrienne enjoys running, doing crossword puzzles, traveling, watching movies, painting and listening to music…She was named to the 2009 and 2010 All-Pac-10 Conference First Teams, and to the 2009 and 2010 Pac-10 All-Academic teams...Adrienne was a 2009 First-Team DI All-American…She was also the 2010 University of Washington team captain…She lists her most memorable sporting achievement as making up more than a boatlength in the last 500 meters to win the varsity four at the 2008 NCAA Championships, capping an undefeated season… After rowing, she hopes to become a sports medicine doctor.