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Rower // Men's Squad Date of Birth: 28th Feb 1995 (27 years old)
Club: Leander Club Height: 198cm Hometown: Oxford
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Having only made his senior GB Rowing team debut in the final World Cup of 2018, Sholto Carnegie has had a superb 2019 season, winning World bronze, European gold and World Cup III silver as part of the men’s four.
After learning to row at City of Oxford Rowing Club aged 13, Sholto made his GB debut as a junior in 2013, finishing fifth as part of the junior men’s double sculls. He went on to win U23 World Championships silver as part of the men’s eight and men’s four.
Off the water, Sholto enjoys spending time at art galleries. His best friend is his teammate in the four, Rory Gibbs.