Athlete Profiles / Lucy Coleman
|Date of Birth
|North Star, NSW
|Waterskiing, good coffee and the beach
|HPNTC/Sydney University Boat Club
|Previous Rowing Clubs/School
|St Hilda’s School, University of Tulsa LWT Women’s Team, Oklahoma, USA
Lucy Coleman grew up on a cropping and cattle farm just north of Moree in New South Wales. She first started Rowing when she was 14 under the guidance of Australian Olympian, James Stewart. Coleman Rowed at her boarding school on the Gold Coast and finished her Year 12 with a Gold medal in the Women's Youth Eight for Queensland (Interstate Regatta). After completing her High School studies, Coleman studied a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA where she won a Silver medal in the Lightweight Women's Double Scull, at the 2018 IRA National Championships. After 2018, she decided to transfer back to Australia, to pursue her aspirations to row for Australia. She is now at the University of Sydney studying a double degree in Aeronautical Engineering and Project Management. In 2021, Coleman was awarded a Sydney University Blue and a Senate Award for her outstanding academic achievement For the 2022 international season, Coleman and Anneka Reardon were selected as the A.R.T. Women’s Lightweight Double-Scull representatives. At the 2022 World Cup 2 regatta held in Poznan, Poland – Coleman and Reardon qualified for the A-Final and won a Silver-Medal.
At the 2022 At the 2022 World Rowing Championships held in Račice, Czech Republic, Coleman and Reardon raced in the Women’s Lightweight Double Scull and finished in 10thplace (4th in the B Final).
|World Rowing Cup 2