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Gevvie Stone

Gevvie Stone

Genevra “Gevvie” Stone
Women's Single Sculls 

Birthplace:
Boston, Mass. 
Hometown: Newton, Mass. 
Current Residence: Cambridge, Mass. 
Club Affiliation: Cambridge Boat Club 
Began Rowing: 2001 – The Winsor School
Date of Birth: 7/11/85 
Height: 6’0” 
Weight: 157 
High School: The Winsor School, Boston, Mass.
Undergraduate Education: Princeton University, 2007 
Graduate Education: Tufts University, M.D., 2014
Occupation: Research Assistant 
Employer: MGH Department of Biomedical Engineering 
Training Location: Boston, Mass.
Current Coach: Gregg Stone
National Teams: Five – 2006-7, Under 23; 2011-12, 2014, Senior

International Results: Finished seventh in the single sculls at the 2012 London Olympic Games…Finished eighth in the quadruple sculls at the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup II...Finished third in the single sculls at the 2012 Final Olympic Qualification Regatta...Finished 11th in the single sculls at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Finished 13th in the single sculls at the 2011 Rowing World Cup stop in Lucerne...Reached the final of the Princess Royal Challenge Cup at the 2011 Henley Royal Regatta...Finished 7th  in the single sculls at the 2010 Lucerne Rowing World Cup…Reached the final of the Princess Royal Challenge Cup at the 2010 Henley Royal Regatta…Reached the final of the Princess Royal Challenge Cup at the 2009 Henley Royal Regatta…Won the elite single sculls at the 2009 Henley Women’s Regatta…Won gold in the quadruple sculls at the 2007 World Rowing Under 23 Championships...Won gold in the eight at the 2006 World Rowing Under 23 Championships. 

National Results: Won the single sculls at the 2014 National Selection Regatta 1…Won the single sculls at the 2012 Non-Qualified Small Boat Olympic Trials...Won the Championship Single at the 2011 Head of the Charles Regatta...Won the single sculls at the 2011 Senior World Championship Trials...Finished second in the double sculls at the 2011 National Selection Regatta #2…Won the single sculls at the 2011 National Selection Regatta #1…Won the Championship Single at the 2010 Head of the Charles Regatta...Finished second in the single sculls at the 2010 World Rowing Championships Trials…Won the single sculls at the 2010 National Selection Regatta #1…Finished second in the single sculls at the 2009 USRowing Fall Speed Order...Finished second in the Championship Single at the 2009 Head of the Charles Regatta…Finished fourth in the single sculls at the 2009 National Selection Regatta #1...Won the single sculls at the 2008 USRowing Fall Speed Order...Won the Championship Single at the 2008 Head of the Charles Regatta...Finished sixth in the quadruple sculls at the 2007 USRowing National Championship…Finished sixth in the varsity eight at the 2007 NCAA Championships…Finished third in the varsity eight at the 2007 Eastern Sprints…Won the Collegiate Championship Eight at the 2006 Head of the Charles Regatta...Won the varsity eight at the 2006 NCAA Championships…Won the varsity eight at the 2006 Eastern Sprints…Won the Collegiate Championship Eight at the 2005 Head of the Charles Regatta…Finished second in the varsity eight at the 2005 NCAA Championships…Won the second varsity eight at the 2005 Eastern Sprints…Won the freshman eight at the 2004 Eastern Sprints…Won the Youth Four with Coxswain at the 2002 and 2003 Head of the Charles Regatta…Won the Four with Coxswain at the 2002 and 2003 USRowing Youth Invitational. 

Personal: When not rowing, Gevvie enjoys sailing, baking, Netflix and eating...She was named to the CRCA DI All-American team and the Academic All-Ivy team in 2007...Gevvie always eats ice cream the night before a race...Her most memorable sporting achievements are winning the Championship Single at the Head of the Charles in 2008 and winning the Princeton Chase 4+ in fall 2005...Gevvie was born into rowing because her parents, Gregg and Lisa Stone, were both elite rowers on the US national and Olympic teams...Her parents have been most influential in her athletic career because of their constant support, advice and influence...The rowing achievements of her parents push and inspire Gevvie to do great things in rowing...Gevvie hopes to win an Olympic medal in rowing.

News/Features:

U.S. Women's Single Sculler Gevvie Stone Qualifies for London

Family Stone

Video Interviews:

Gevvie Stone Talks About Winning 2014 NSR 1

USA W1x Gevvie Stone Interview

Gevvie Stone Heads to The Olympics