Rower // Women's Squad
Date of Birth: 18th Jun 1999 (23 years old)
Club: Leander Club
Height: 183 cm
Tokyo Olympian Hannah Scott is racing in the single sculls at the 2022 World Championships.
She started rowing in 2011 at Bann RC in Northern Ireland. After winning two silver medals at U23 level in the pair with Heidi Long in 2018 and the eight in 2019, Hannah made her senior team debut in 2021, taking silver in the quad at the European Rowing Championships. She went on to race at the in the same crew at Tokyo Olympics, finishing seventh.
In 2022 she won the bronze medal at World Cup I in the single sculls, and came fifth at the World Rowing Championships.
She joined the Women’s quad for the European Rowing Championships in 2023, where they won the bronze medal.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard
Beyond the Boat
Music: Fred Again (and again and again)
Films/TV: Derry Girls
Hobbies: Swimming, going to the beach, baking
Dream dinner guests: Fred Again, Karen Brady, Adam Peaty, Lewis Hamilton, David Attenborough, Rihanna and Jennifer Aniston
Sports I follow: Formula 1
If I wasn’t a rower…. I would like to start my own business or work in consultancy.
Sports I’d like to compete in… Tennis!