February 19, 1989 |
|Education||Pärnu Ülejõe School|
|Alma mater||Estonian University of Life Sciences|
|Club||Pärnu Sõudekeskus Kalev|
|Team||Estonian Rowing Team|
|Coached by||Roman Lutoškin
She has won two medals at the Junior World Championship in the double sculls event with Jevgenia Rõndina. In 2009 and 2010 Pajusalu also won a silver medal at the U23 World Championships in the single sculls event. She is also a three-time World champion and four-time European champion in indoor rowing and a multiple winner of the ALFA indoor rowing competition.
- European Championship Medals: 1 Bronze
- U23 World Championship Medals: 2 Silver, 1 Bronze
- Junior World Championship Medals: 1 Gold, 1 Silver
World Rowing Championships
- 2007 – 14th, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
- 2009 – 11th, Single sculls
- 2011 – 12th, Single sculls
- 2014 – 21st, Double sculls (with Mariliis Reinkort)
European Rowing Championships
- 2008 – 14th, Single sculls
- 2009 – 6th, Double sculls (with Sille Vaiksaar)
- 2010 – 6th, Single sculls
- 2011 – 7th, Single sculls
- 2012 – Bronze , Single sculls
- 2013 – 7th, Single sculls
- 2014 – 14th, Single sculls
U23 World Rowing Championships
- 2006 – 5th, Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
- 2008 – 5th, Single sculls
- 2009 – Silver , Single sculls
- 2010 – Silver , Single sculls
- 2011 – Bronze , Single sculls
Junior World Rowing Championships
- 2004 – 7th, Single sculls
- 2005 – 8th, Single sculls
- 2006 – Gold , Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
- 2007 – Silver , Double sculls (with Jevgenia Rõndina)
Rowing World Cup
|Kaisa Pajusalu Rowing World Cup appearances|
|1.||22–24 June 2007||Bosbaan, Amsterdam||Netherlands||FB 8th||Double scull||(b) Kaisa Pajusalu, (s) Jevgenia Rõndina|
|2.||30 May–1 June 2008||Rotsee, Lucerne||Switzerland||FC 13th||Double scull||(b) Kaisa Pajusalu, (s) Jevgenia Rõndina|
|3.||10–12 July 2009||Rotsee, Lucerne||Switzerland||FB 10th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|4.||18–20 June 2010||Oberschleissheim, Munich||Germany||FC 13th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|5.||9–11 July 2010||Rotsee, Lucerne||Switzerland||FC 14th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|6.||27–29 May 2011||Oberschleissheim, Munich||Germany||FC 15th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|7.||17–19 June 2011||Allermöhe, Hamburg||Germany||FB 9th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|8.||8–10 July 2010||Rotsee, Lucerne||Switzerland||FB 12th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|9.||4–6 May 2012||Sava, Belgrade||Serbia||FB 9th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|10.||22–24 March 2013||Penrith, Sydney||Australia||FA 5th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|11.||21–23 June 2013||Dorney Lake, Eton||Great Britain||FB 10th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|12.||28–30 March 2014||Penrith, Sydney||Australia||FB 8th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|13.||20–22 June 2014||Lac d'Aiguebelette, Aiguebelette||France||FC 18th||Single scull||Kaisa Pajusalu|
|14.||11–13 July 2014||Rotsee, Lucerne||Switzerland||FC 14th||Double scull||(b) Kaisa Pajusalu, (s) Mariliis Reinkort|
Her older brother Raimo is a former volleyball player who played professionally in Estonia, Austria, Belgium and France. He was a member of the Estonian national team from 2000 to 2014 and represented his country at the 2009 and 2011 European Volleyball Championships.
- "World Best Times fall during under 23 finals". World Rowing. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
- "A medal spread in under 23 finals". World Rowing. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
- "2009 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2009-08-01.
- "2011 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
- "2012 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships". C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Retrieved on 2012-02-20.
|Estonian Young sportspersonality of the year