Kaisa Pajusalu

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Kaisa Pajusalu
Personal information
Nationality Estonian
Born (1989-02-19) 19 February 1989 (age 25)
Pärnu, Estonia
Residence Pärnu, Estonia
Sport
Sport Rowing
Event(s) W1x
Club Pärnu Sõudekeskus Kalev

Kaisa Pajusalu (born February 19, 1989, in Pärnu, Estonia) is an Estonian rower. She is a member of rowing club "SK Kalev" located in Pärnu.

Rowing career[edit]

She has won two medals at the Junior World Championship in the double sculls event with Jevgenia Rõndina. In 2009[1] and 2010[2] Pajusalu also won a silver medal at the U23 World Championships in the single sculls event. She is also a three-time World champion[3][4][5] and four-time European champion in indoor rowing and a multiple winner of the ALFA indoor rowing competition.

Achievements[edit]

World Rowing Championships[edit]

  • 2007 – 14th, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
  • 2009 – 11th, Single sculls
  • 2011 – 12th, Single sculls

European Rowing Championships[edit]

  • 2008 – 14th, Single sculls
  • 2009 – 6th, Double sculls (with Sille Vaiksaar)
  • 2010 – 6th, Single sculls
  • 2011 – 7th, Single sculls
  • 2012 – Bronze Med 3.png, Single sculls
  • 2013 – 7th, Single sculls

Junior World Rowing Championships[edit]

  • 2004 – 7th, Single sculls
  • 2005 – 8th, Single sculls
  • 2006 – Gold Med 1.png, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
  • 2007 – Silver Med 2.png, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)

U23 World Rowing Championships[edit]

  • 2006 – 5th, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
  • 2008 – 5th, Single sculls
  • 2009 – Silver Med 2.png, Single sculls
  • 2010 – Silver Med 2.png, Single sculls
  • 2011 – Bronze Med 3.png, Single sculls

Rowing World Cup[edit]

Personal[edit]

Her older brother Raimo is a professional volleyball player for Rennes Volley 35 in France and for the Estonian national team.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Best Times fall during under 23 finals". World Rowing. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
  2. ^ "A medal spread in under 23 finals". World Rowing. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
  3. ^ "2009 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2009-08-01.
  4. ^ "2011 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
  5. ^ "2012 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2012-02-20.

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Liane Pintsaar
Estonian Young sportspersonality of the year
2010
Succeeded by
Grit Šadeiko