4 November 1969 (age 48)|
Eisenhüttenstadt, East Germany
Boron won the women's double sculls at the 1992 Summer Olympics with Kerstin Köppen and 2000 Summer Olympics with Jana Thieme, and the women's quad sculls at the 1996 Summer Olympics and 2004 Summer Olympics. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, she finished third in the quad sculls. In addition, Boron has won seven World Championship Gold Medals and five Silver, starting with gold in the double sculls at Tasmania in 1990.
Boron was honoured for her outstanding career in rowing with the 2009 Thomas Keller Medal.
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