Date of birth
Olympia High School, 2013
Stanford University, International Relations, 2017
Stanford University, M.A. in Environmental Communications, 2020
Hydrow Rowing Club
Six – Junior, 2012-13; Under 23, 2014, 2017; Senior, 2018-19
Finished sixth in the lightweight double sculls at the 2019 World Rowing Cup II...Finished fourth in the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2018 World Rowing Championships...Finished fourth in the lightweight single sculls at the 2018 World Rowing Cup II...Finished 10th in the lightweight double sculls at the 2018 World Rowing Cup I...Won the lightweight category at the 2018 World Rowing Indoor Championships, setting a new world record...Finished sixth in the quadruple sculls at the 2017 World Rowing Under 23 Championships...Finished fifth in the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2014 World Rowing Under 23 Championships...Finished fifth in the pair at the 2013 World Rowing Junior Championships...Won a silver medal in the junior pair, a first medal for the United States in the event, at the 2012 World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships.
Won the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2014 Under 23 World Championship Trials…Took second in the lightweight eight at the 2014 IRA Championships…Finished first in the pair at the 2013 Junior World Championship Trials...Finished second in the pair at 2013 USRowing Youth National Championships...Won the pair at the 2012 Junior World Championships Trials...Set a world record in the junior lightweight 2,000-meter and 500-meter events at the 2012 and 2013 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Indoor Rowing Championships.
Christine likes to run and go to the beach. Her personal heroes are her mother and father. She has a younger sister, Elizabeth and three dogs. Sometimes, she dances before her races. The sporting accomplishment she is most proud of is beating the odds of her young lineup and taking second at states in Florida her senior year of high school. Kirsten Anderson, Al Acosta and Cass Cunningham have had the most influence on her sporting career.