Life After the Boat

A professional rower’s career cannot go on forever, so what happens when the oars are stored away for good? Roeien.nl takes a look at the social aspirations of some of the athletes from the Aegon Dutch national rowing team, through a series of articles titled: “Life After the Boat”. This week...
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Athlete Profile: Bronte Barratt

Bronte Barratt is an Australian swimmer and Olympian whose career is studded with successes at the highest level. Born in Brisbane in 1989, Bronte entered into a family of sporting pedigree; her grandmother represented Australia in the long jump at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne. Continuing the tradition, Bronte...
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Athlete Profile: Isabel Swan

Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1983, Isabel made history at the 2008 Beijing Games where she claimed 470-class bronze, becoming Brazil’s first female sailor to win an Olympic medal. The achievement crowned six other titles of global significance: Isabel is four-time South America Champion, and two-time World Military Champion....
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Athlete Profile: Kim Brennan

An Australian Olympian, Kim Brennan (née Crow) is a dual world champion in the single sculls rowing, and a dual discipline Olympic medallist, holding bronze, silver and gold in the single and double sculls. She is also a senior lawyer with experience in sports law, intellectual property law and commercial law,...
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