|Born||February 19, 1973|
Trine Hansen (born February 19, 1973 in Ringsted, Sjælland) is a retired female rower from Denmark. Hansen mainly competed in the single scull boat type, and she won the World Rowing Championship in 1994 and a Bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in single sculls.
Trine Hansen grew up in Sorø and was affiliated with Sorø Roklub until 1997 where she moved to Roforeningen Kvik. She won the Danish Rowing Championship in single sculls in eight consecutive years (1992–1999), in addition to several other Danish titles (W2x in 1998 and 1999; W8+ in 2002). She competed at the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona 1992 and in Atlanta 1996.
In 1993 she beat England's Alison Hall by 4 lengths to become the first female winner of the Henley Royal Regatta. 1993 was the first year that women were allowed to row competitively over the full course. The same year she won the Bronze medal at the World Rowing Championship in Račice, Czech Republic.
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