Sydney University have claimed a historic three-peat at the 2019 Australian Boat Race as Sydney Uni Boat Club’s athletes dominated for the third year in a row.
It was the sixth year in a row that the men’s team have been victorious and the third consecutive year the women’s team enjoyed glory on the water.
Sydney Uni won all but one race – the Women’s College race, where Ormond College defeated a gallant Wesley College crew in the final 100m. Sydney Uni also won the mixed novice race which was a new addition to the racing schedule for the year.
Well done to the Sydney Uni crews and coaches, named below.
- Bow: Dani Stuart – Bachelor of Science
- Jaime Ford – Bachelor of Arts
- Harriet Hudson – Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)
- Lauren Graham – Bachelor of Arts/Advanced studies (Politics and International Relations)
- Kate Rowan – Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Chemical)
- Tara Rigney – Bachelor of Commerce
- Dyone Bettega – Bachelor of Medical Science
- Stroke: Wallis Russell – Bachelor of Pharmacy and Management
- Cox: Talia Barnet-Hepples – Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
- Res: Carina Simpson – Bachelor of International and Global Studies – Graduate
- Coach: Alfie Young
- Bow: Marcus Britt – Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil)
- Jake Bicknell – Bachelor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Jackson Kench – Bachelor of Economics, Advanced Studies
- Kieran Riach – Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science)
- Andrew Judge – Bachelor of Economics – Graduate
- Morgan Brooking – Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies ( Animal and Veterinary Bioscience)
- Jordan Duff – Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science)
- Stroke: Will O’Shannessy – Bachelor of Commerce
- Cox: Andrew Le – Bachelor of Psychology and Philosophy
- Res: Tom Anderson – Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil)
- Coach: Don McLachlan