|Competitor for Australia|
|Gold||1996 Atlanta||Coxless pair|
|Silver||2000 Sydney||Coxless pair|
Kate Elizabeth Slatter OAM (married name Kate Allen) is an Australian world champion and Olympic gold medal winning rower from Adelaide, South Australia. She is considered the most successful female rower in Australia's history.
Slatter won a gold medal in the coxless pair at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics with Megan Still, together becoming Australia's first female gold medal recipients in the sport of rowing. Slatter went on to win a silver medal at her home Olympics in Sydney, 2000.
Slatter has won sixteen national titles and was awarded the Order of Australia medal for her rowing achievements.
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- Australian Institute of Sport 'Best of the Best' </
- Hall of Fame