- Started Rowing
- Dan Kelly
2012 U-23 World Rowing Championships - Bronze, women's quad
2008 Junior World Rowing Championships - Gold, women's four
- Lucy's Blog
In 2017 Lucy Spoors is part of the Women's Eight to compete at World Cup II, World Cup III, and Henley Royal Regatta. Lucy has been part of the RNZ Elite team since 2014 and has recently made a successful transition from sculling to sweeping.
In 2016 she competed in the women's quad at the Final Qualification regatta in Lucerne. The crew finished third, and missed out on qualifying for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by just three seconds. In 2015 Lucy raced the quad at the World Championships finishing 6th with the same crew make up as in 2014 where they finished 5th.
Lucy Spoors first represented New Zealand at the Junior World Rowing Championships in 2007 in the women's quad. In 2008 she again went to the Junior World Championship in the four winning gold.
In 2009 she made the transition to under-23s where she raced in the quad, and was again a member of this crew in 2010. In 2010 she also raced at the elite World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro in the women's four finishing 4th.
In 2011 Lucy returned to the quad at the under-23 level, and in 2012 had success winning bronze in the quad.
In 2014 Lucy gained selection in the elite women's quadruple scull alongside Erin-Monique Shelton, Georgia Perry and Sarah Gray, this crew then went onto win bronze at the second and third world cups held in Aiguebelette, France and Lucerne, Switzerland.