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Athlete Profiles / Caitlin Cronin

Caitlin Cronin
QLD
ATHLETE STATISTICS
Date of Birth 22/03/1995
Coach John Keogh, Tom Westgarth, Ellen Randell
Nickname
Height 176cm
Weight 69kgs
Hometown Brisbane, Queensland
Hobbies Travel, Eating and Adventuring
Club HPNTC/UQBC
Previous Rowing Clubs/School
Caitlin Cronin joined the Hancock Prospecting Women's National Training Centre at the end of 2016 and relocated to Penrith from her native Queensland. The Toowong RC athlete is currently studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Queensland while rowing full-time. Cronin rowed in the U23 Women's Quadruple Scull at the World Rowing U23 Championships in in Rotterdam in 2016. In 2017, Cronin was named in the Women's Quadruple Scull for World Rowing Cups 2 and 3 with Genevieve Horton, Rowena Meredith and Leah Saunders and the crew won silver and bronze medals at the World Rowing Cups that year. In 2018, Cronin was once again selected to the Women's Quadruple Scull, racing World Rowing Cups 2 and 3 and the World Rowing Championships where the crew finished ninth overall. Cronin took some time away from the Women's NTC in 2019/20, training in Queensland and New South Wales, before being selected into the Women's Quadruple Scull for the 2021 Final Olympic Qualification Regatta - in a bid to secure a berth for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Cronin and her crew won the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta, in the Women's Quadruple Scull and then went on to win a bronze medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games held in July 2021.
Career Achievements
Class Year Race Position
W4x 2021 Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Third Place
W4x 2021 Final Olympic Qualification Regatta First Place
W4x 2018 World Rowing Cup 2, Linz Third Place
BW4x 2017 World Rowing U23 Championships Second Place
W4x 2017 World Rowing Cup 3 Third Place
W4x 2017 World Rowing Cup 2 Second Place