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Caroline Lind

Caroline Lind
Women’s Eight

Birthplace:
Greensboro, N.C. 
Hometown: Greensboro, N.C. 
Current Residence: Princeton, N.J. 
Club Affiliation: USRowing Training Center – Princeton 
Began Rowing: 2000 – Phillips Academy Andover
Date of Birth: 10/11/82 
Height: 6’0” 
Weight: 175 
High School: Phillips Academy Andover
Undergraduate Education: Princeton University, 2006 
Graduate Education: Rider University, MBA – Accounting Concentration, 2010 
Training Location: Princeton, N.J. 
Current Coach: Tom Terhaar 
National Teams: Ten – 2000, Junior; 2005-2009, 2011-14, Senior

International Results: Won gold in the eight and bronze in the pair at the 2014 World Rowing Cup II…Won gold in the eight at the 2013 World Rowing Championships...Won gold and set a world record (5:54.16) in the final in the eight at the 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup 3...Won silver in the pair and eight at the 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup 1...Won gold in the eight at the 2012 Olympic Games...Won gold and set a world record (5:54.17) in the heat in the eight at the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup stop in Lucerne...Won bronze in the pair at the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup 1...Won gold in the eight at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Won bronze in the pair at the 2011 Samsung World Rowing Cup stop in Lucerne...Won gold in the eight at the 2009 World Rowing Championships...Won gold in the eight at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing...Won gold in the eight at the 2007 World Rowing Championships...Won gold in the eight at the 2006 World Rowing Championships...Finished fourth in the eight at the 2005 World Rowing Championships...Finished fourth in the eight at the 2000 World Rowing Junior Championships.

National Results: Finished second in the pair at the 2014 National Selection Regatta 1...Finished second in the pair at the 2012 National Selection Regatta 1...Finished fourth in the pair at the 2011 National Selection Regatta 2...Won the varsity eight at the 2006 NCAA Championship ...Finished second in the varsity eight at the 2005 NCAA Championship...Finished fourth in the varsity eight at the 2004 NCAA Championship...Finished eighth in the varsity eight at the 2003 NCAA Championship.

Personal: Caroline’s hobbies include cooking...Her most memorable sporting achievement was winning gold in the eight at the Beijing Olympics...Caroline was named the C. Otto von Kienbusch Sportswoman of the Year by the Princeton Athletic Department, as well as the Carol P. Brown Senior Woman of Princeton Women’s Rowing in 2006...She was also recognized as the top female athlete and top female in basketball at Phillips Academy...Caroline’s father, Fred, played basketball for Duke...She lists her father as well as Lori Dauphiny, her coach at Princeton, as the most influential people in her sporting career.

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