|Competitor for Australia|
|Silver||2012 London||Double sculls|
|Bronze||2012 London||Single sculls|
|Gold Cup Challenge|
|Gold||2014 Philadelphia||Single sculls|
Kim Crow (born 9 August 1985 in Melbourne) is an Australian World Champion, Olympian and Olympic medal winning rower.
In the 2012 London Olympic Games, Crow won a silver medal in the doubles sculls (with Brooke Pratley) and a bronze medal in the singles sculls. Crow has also announced she intends to compete for Australia in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
In 2013, at the World Championships in Chungju, Crow won gold in the single scull taking a lead from the 300m mark and holding it to the line.
- Profile at sports-reference.com
|Awards and achievements|
and Tom Slingsby
|Australian Athlete of the Year
(with Caroline Buchanan)
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