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Lightweight Men’s Four
Hometown: Lafayette, Calif.
Current Residence: Oklahoma City, Okla.
Club Affiliation: USRowing Training Center - Oklahoma City
Began Rowing: Oakland Strokes, 2001
Date of Birth: 2/27/86
High School: Acalanes High School, 2004
Undergraduate Education: Dartmouth College, Art History, 2008
Current Coach: Bryan Volpenhein
Years on National Team: Five – 2008, Under 23; 2009-12, Senior
International Results: Won the lightweight four at the 2012 Final Olympic Qualification Regatta...Finished 13th in the lightweight four at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Finished tenth in the lightweight four at the 2010 World Rowing Championships…Finished 13 th in the lightweight four at the 2010 World Cup stop in Lucerne…Took silver in the lightweight eight at the 2009 World Rowing Championships...Finished ninth in the lightweight four at the 2008 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
National Results: Finished second in the lightweight pair at the 2012 National Selection Regatta #1...Won the lightweight eight at the 2011 Head of the Charles Regatta...Finished third in the lightweight pair at the 2011 National Selection Regatta #2...Won the lightweight pair at the 2010 National Selection Regatta #3…Won gold in the lightweight eight at the 2009 USRowing National Championships…Finished second in the lightweight pair at the 2009 National Selection Regatta #1…Won the varsity lightweight eight at the 2007 Eastern Sprints…Finished second in the eight at the 2004 USRowing Youth National Championships…Won the eight at the 2004 USRowing Southwest Regional Junior Championships.
Personal: Anthony’s hobbies include cooking, traveling and cycling…After playing hockey for 10 years, he took up crew to try something different…Anthony lists the most influential person in his rowing career as Jeremiah Dees, his first crew coach.