Constantine Louloudis

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Constantine Louloudis
Boat Race 2015 - Louloudis (cropped).jpg
Louloudis at The Boat Races 2015
Personal information
Nationality British
Born (1991-09-15) 15 September 1991 (age 24)
London, England
Height 190 cm (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 94 kg (207 lb)
Country Great Britain
Sport Rowing
College team Trinity College Boat Club
Club Oxford University Boat Club

Constantine Michael Louloudis (born 15 September 1991) is a Greek-British rower.


He was a King's Scholar at Eton College, where he learned to row in 2007 and was the stroke of the Eton eight that won at Henley Royal Regatta, the National Schools Regatta and the Schools' Head.[1] After Eton, he started a Classics degree at Trinity College, Oxford.

He was in the six seat of the winning Oxford Blue boat at the 2011 Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.[2] Later in 2011, he won the Men's Pairs, with George Nash, at the FISA World Rowing Under 23 Championships on the Bosbaan on 24 July 2011 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.[3]

He took a year out of his studies to train for and compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the men's eight.[4][5][6] Louloudis then returned to his Oxford studies, rowing in the winning eights of a second and third Boat Race in 2013 and 2014,[7] before returning to the British eight, which he stroked to a gold medal at the 2014 World Rowing Championships. The next year he won a final Boat Race as president of Oxford University Boat Club.

Personal life[edit]

His father is Greek and comes from the island of Andros.[8] His mother Madeleine is the youngest daughter of the 20th Viscount Dillon and is a Lady-in-Waiting to The Princess Royal.[9] Louloudis graduated with a first in classics[10] at Trinity College, Oxford.[6]


  1. ^ London 2012 Olympics: Constantine Louloudis leads men's eight | Mail Online
  2. ^ BBC Sport - Rowing - Boat Race 2011: Oxford clinch victory over Cambridge
  3. ^ Constantine Louloudis | Team GB
  4. ^ "Constantine Louloudis Olympic Results". Sports Reference. Retrieved 1 August 2012. 
  5. ^ "Constantine Louloudis". London 2012. Retrieved 1 August 2012. 
  6. ^ a b "Bronze medal for Trinity’s Louloudis". Oxford Retrieved 1 August 2012. 
  7. ^ Higginson, Marc (6 April 2014). "Boat Race 2014: Oxford emphatically beat Cambridge". BBC Sport. Retrieved 7 April 2014. 
  8. ^ "Constantine the Great". Retrieved 1 August 2012. 
  9. ^ "The Peerage". thepeerage. Retrieved 11 August 2012. 
  10. ^ "Constantine Louloudis". University of Oxford. Retrieved 4 August 2012.