Blake Haxton

Statistics

Date of birth

12/17/90

Height

3’2”

Weight

160

Began Rowing

2005, Upper Arlington High School

Hometown

Columbus, Ohio

Birthplace

Columbus, Ohio

Current residence

Columbus, Ohio

High School

Upper Arlington High School

Undergraduate Education

The Ohio State University

Graduate Education

The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law, 2016

Training Location

Upper Arlington, Ohio

Current Coach

Patrick Kington

Club Affiliations

Upper Arlington Crew

Teams

Senior

2014-17

National Teams

Five – Senior, 2014-18

International Results

2016

Paralympic Games

fourth, arms and shoulders single sculls

2015

World Rowing Championships

fifth, arms and shoulders single sculls

2014

World Rowing Championships

fourth, arms and shoulders single sculls

2017

World Rowing Championships

Sixth, men's PR1 single sculls

International Results

Finished fourth in the PR1 single sculls at the 2018 World Rowing Championships...Placed sixth in the PR1 single sculls at the 2017 World Rowing Championships...Placed fourth in the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2016 Paralympic Games...Placed fifth in the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2015 World Rowing Championships...Placed fourth in the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2014 World Rowing Championships.

National Results

Finished first in the PR1 single sculls at the 2017 U.S. Senior and Para World Championship Trials...Won the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2016 Olympic & Paralympic Team Trials...Won the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2015 Para Rowing and Junior World Championships Trials…Won the arms and shoulders single sculls at the 2014 U.S. Para-Rowing World Championships Trials…Winner of the 2014 C.R.A.S.H. B. Indoor Rowing Championships...Finished fifth in the youth four with coxswain at the 2007 Head of the Charles Regatta.

Personal

Blake chose rowing in high school when his friends and family really wanted him to give it a try. He gave in a was hooked within a few weeks. He lists making the U.S. National Team as his most memorable achievement. Blake lists his older brother, Anderson, as the most influential person in his life.

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