Jack Carlson

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Jack CarlsonCarlson
Lightweight Men's Eight

Hometown: Weston, Mass.
Birthplace:
 Summit, N.J.
Current Residences: Belmont, Mass.; Oxford, Great Britain
Club Affiliations: Oxford Brookes University Boat Club, New York Athletic Club
Began Rowing: 2001,Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
Date of Birth: 5/22/87
Height: 5'8” 
Weight: 121
High School: Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
Undergraduate Education: Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, BSFS, 2009
Graduate Education: Oxford University, MPhil, 2011, Archaeology; DPhil (PhD), 2015, Archaeology
Training Locations: Boston, Mass.; Oxford, Great Britain
Current Coaches:  Henry Bailhache-Webb, Richard Spratley, Bruce Smith
National Teams:  Three – 2011, 2014-15, Senior

International Results: Won bronze in the lightweight eight at the 2015 World Rowing Championships…Finished eighth in the pair with coxswain at the 2014 World Rowing Championships...Won the 2013 Henley Royal Regatta...Won the 2013 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta...Won the 2013 Head of the Charles Regatta...Finished fifth in the lightweight eight at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Won the lightweight eight at the 2011 Oxford-Cambridge race…Competed in the 2010 Isis-Goldie race. 

National Results: Won the lightweight eight in the 2015 Senior I World Championship Trials...Won the pair with coxswain at the 2014 Senior I World Championships Trials...Won the lightweight eight at the 2011 Senior World Championships Trials.

Personal: Jack earned his doctorate in archaeology at Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Scholar...He is the author and illustrator of the book Rowing Blazers...He says that his family have been the most influential people in his sporting career...His sister, Jill, was a coxswain for Radcliffe…His middle school coach, Ken Weinstein, encouraged him to become a coxswain.

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