Giorgia Patten is a member of the Hancock Prospecting Women's National Training Centre. She made her U23 Australian Rowing Team debut in 2018 when she raced in the U23 Women's Pair finishing fifth in the A-Final. In 2019, she switched to sculling, racing in the U23 Women's Double Sculls alongside Harriet Hudson, winning a silver medal in the process. Patten is currently finalising her degree in Physiotheraphy with Curtin University.
Patten was selected to row in the Women’s Eight for the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The crew made the A-final and finished in 5th place.
At 2022 World Cup II (June 2022), Giorgia raced in the Women’s Eight that won a Bronze Medal. The following month in July 2022 at the World Cup III Regatta held in Lucerne, Switzerland, Giorgia was part of Women’s Eight that won a historical Gold Medal.
At the 2022 At the 2022 World Championships held in Račice, Czech Republic, Patten raced in the Women’s Eight that finished in fifth position.