Colin Smith (rower)
|Competitor for United Kingdom|
|Bronze||2007 Munch||Coxless Pair|
|Gold||2007 Linz||Coxless Pair|
|Silver||2006 Lucerne||Coxless Pair|
|World Under 23 Regatta|
|Silver||2004 Poznań||Single Scull|
Colin Smith was educated at the Prince Edward School, Zimbabwe and St Catherine's College, Oxford (M.'03) where he read geography. He subsequently read for an MBA at the University of Oxford Saïd Business School in 2009 and finished a Graduate Diploma in Law in 2010.
The Boat Race
Whilst at Oxford University, Smith was a member of Oxford University Boat Club and took part in The Boat Race in 2004 and 2006. He returned in 2009, as president and won a second Boat Race. In 2009, Colin along with George Bridgewater and Ante Kusurin graduated with an MBA from the Said Business School.
- 2009 OUBC — Won (two seat)
- 2006 OUBC — Won (two seat)
- 2005 Isis — Lost (stroke seat)
- 2004 OUBC — Lost (stroke seat)
International Rowing Career
- 2007 Munich — Bronze, Coxless Pair (stroke seat)
- 2006 Eton — 6th, Coxless Pair (bow seat)
- 2005 Gifu — 12th, Single Scull
- 2006 Lucerne — Silver, Coxless Pair (bow seat)
World Under 23 Regatta
Just hours after competing in the 2005 World Cup event at Dorney Lake, Eton, Colin Smith made a guest appearance in St Catherine's College 1st VIII, who were competing in Summer Eights on the Isis at Oxford. He was joined in that crew by fellow international competitors Christopher Liwski and World Cup winner Andrew Triggs-Hodge. Their opposition, Hertford College were beaten easily.