|Competitor for United States|
|Bronze||1992 Barcelona||Coxless pairs|
|Rowing World Championships|
Anna Seaton Huntington (born 12 February 1964 in Topeka, Kansas) is an American rower and author. She competed in the women's eight oared shell in the 1988 Olympics and won a bronze medal in the coxless pair in 1992 at the Barcelona Games. She also won five World Championship silver medals during her six year career on the U.S. National Rowing Team.
In 1995 she was a member of the first all women's team to vie for the America's Cup sailing trophy. Seaton Huntington wrote a book about that campaign called, "Making Waves: The Inside Story of Managing and Motivating the First Women's Team to Compete for the America's Cup."
She has been inducted into the Harvard University sports Hall of Fame, the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame and the National Rowing Foundation's Hall of Fame.
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