Nathan Outteridge

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Nathan Outteridge
Personal information
Born (1986-01-28) 28 January 1986 (age 29)
Newcastle NSW
Residence Wangi Wangi NSW
Height 179 cm (5 ft 10 in)[1]
Weight 75 kg (165 lb)
Sport
Country Australia
Sport Sailing
Event(s) 49er - Men
Updated on 9 February 2014.

Nathan Outteridge (born 28 January 1986) is an Australian sailor, a resident of Lake Macquarie.

He is most famous for winning a gold medal at the London Olympics in the 49er class, along with Iain Jensen.

Together with team mate Ben Austin Outteridge became the 2008 World Champion in the 49er boat by finishing in front of Britons Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes. In 2007 they won the bronze medal in the same event at the World Championships in Cascais, Portugal. He is an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder.

In September 2012, he joined Artemis Racing for the final ACWS event in San Francisco and has since joined for the America's Cup in 2013. Nathan is one of the helmsmen for Artemis Racing the Challenger of Record for the 2013 America's Cup.

Career highlights[edit]

World Championships
2007 - Cascais, 3rd 3rd, 49er (with Ben Austin)
2008 - Melbourne, Australia, 1st 1st, 49er (with Ben Austin)
2009 - Riva del Garda, 1st 1st, 49er (with Iain Jensen)
2009 - Cascade Locks, Oregon, 2nd 2nd, Moth
2011 - Belmont, Australia, 1st 1st, Moth
2011 - Perth, Australia, 1st 1st, 49er (with Iain Jensen)
2012 - Zadar, Croatia, 1st 1st, 49er (with Iain Jensen)
2013 - Hawaii, USA, 2nd 2nd, Moth
2014 - Hampshire, UK, 1st 1st, Moth
Other achievements
2005 - Sydney, Sydney International Regatta, 1st 1st, 49er
2007 - Medemblik, Breitling Regatta, 2nd 2nd, 49er
2007 - Sydney, Sydney International Regatta, 1st 1st, 49er (with Ben Austin)
2010 - Silvaplana, International Moth Class Euro Championship, 1st 1st, Moth
2012 - Wangi Wangi, New South Wales, 2nd 2nd, International A-Class Catamaran
2012 - London Olympics 1st 1st, 49er (with Iain Jensen ).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nathan Outteridge". london2012.olympics.com.au. Australian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 9 February 2014. 

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