Olivia (Liv) Farrar

Statistics

Date of birth

10/12/1998

Height

5'8"

Weight

120

Began Rowing

2012, Pittsford Crew

Hometown

Pittsford, N.Y.

Birthplace

Pittsford, N.Y.

Current residence

Cambridge, Mass.

High School

Homeschooled

Undergraduate Education

Harvard University

Training Location

Boston, Mass.

Current Coach

Malcolm Doldron

Club Affiliations

Union Boat Club

Teams

Under 23 Teams

2016

National Teams

Three – Under 23, 2016-18

International Results

2017

2017 World Rowing Under 23 Championships

Eleventh, lightweight double sculls

2016

2016 World Rowing Under 23 Championships

Fifteenth, lightweight double sculls

International Results

Placed 11th in the lightweight double sculls at the 2017 World Rowing Under 23 Championships...Placed 15th in the lightweight double sculls at the 2016 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.

National Results

Placed first in the lightweight double sculls at the 2017 Under 23 Worlds Trials...Placed first in the lightweight double sculls at the 2016 Under 23 Worlds Trials...Placed first at the 2016 USRowing Club National Championships in the intermediate women’s lightweight double...Placed third at the 2016 USRowing Club National Championships in the U19 women’s single sculls…Placed third in the U19 single sculls at the 2015 USRowing Club National Championships.

Personal

Liv enjoys drawing, painting and sculpting. She also has skills in shooting precision .22 rifles, air pistols and air rifles. Her older sister, Emily, rowed for five years in high school at Pittsford Crew and four years in college at the University of Tulsa. Liv went to the 2015 National Junior Olympics in air pistol as the New York state representative. She holds the 2017 New York State Junior Women’s Team 3p Record in .22 Rifle and the 2017 New York State Junior Women’s Team Air Pistol Record. Liv is a 2018 Harvard First-Year Creativity Award Nominee. In academics, Liv was a 2015-2017 AP Scholar with Distinction and a 2016 National Merit Scholarship recipient. In 2015, Liv was a Congressional Art Competition winner for New York State and, in 2017, a Monroe Community College Scholar’s Day winner.

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