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Sam Bosworth

Started Rowing
Dan Kelly


  • 2012 - Gold, junior mens coxed four.
  • 2013, 2014, 2015 - Silver, men's under 23 coxed four.
  • 2016 - Gold, men's under 23 coxed four

2018 sees Sam continue to lead the women's eight from the coxswains seat. Sam will compete with the girls at World Cup II and III before returning to New Zealand ahead of the 2018 World Rowing Championships.

In 2017 Sam was named as the first ever male coxswain of a female crew in New Zealand. As part of the women's eight he helped the girls to a gold medal at World Cup II and Henley Royal Regatta, silver at World Cup III, and bronze at the 2017 World Rowing Champs in Sarasota, Florida.

Sam Bosworth started coxing in 2009 at Christ's College. He coxed the men's coxed four to gold at the 2012 World Rowing Junior Championships, and then went on to earn silver in the same event at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 World Rowing Under 23 Championships. Sam claimed his second world championship title with the coxed four at the 2016 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Rotterdam.

Outside of rowing Sam enjoys the outdoors, skiing and boating. Sam is also studying at Lincoln University, completing a Bachelor of Environmental Management and Planning.