Hattie Taylor. Credit Nick Middleton

Harriet Taylor

Rower - Women's Squad
Date of Birth: 14th Feb 1994 (25 years old)
Club: Leander Club
Height: 182cm
Hometown: Sunningdale

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Intro

International medallist at U23 level, Harriet (Hattie) Taylor was first selected for a senior boat at the 2017 World Cup regatta in Lucerne.

Taylor took up rowing as a youngster at Sir William Perkins’s School, and spent her gap year training with Melbourne University Boat club. Hattie was first picked to represent Great Britain in 2015 when she won bronze as part of the women’s eight at the World Rowing U23 Championships.

She made her senior GB debut in 2017 in the women’s four, before winning silver as part of the eight at World Rowing Cup I in 2018. She and Rowan McKellar raced as a pair throughout the majority of the 2018 season and claimed bronze at World Rowing Cup II.

She has been part of the women’s eight for the 2019 season, winning European silver and World Cup II bronze.

On The Water

GB Competitive Record

World Rowing Championships
2018 7th W2-
World Rowing Championships:
2018
7th
W2-
European Rowing Championships
2019 Silver W8+
2018 5th W2-
European Rowing Championships:
2019
W8+
European Rowing Championships:
2018
5th
W2-
World Rowing Cup Regattas
2019 Rotterdam 5th W8+
2019 Poznan Bronze W8+
2018 Linz Bronze W2-
2018 Belgrade Silver W8+
2017 Lucerne 6th W4-
World Rowing Cup Regattas:
2019 Rotterdam
5th
W8+
World Rowing Cup Regattas:
2019 Poznan
W8+
World Rowing Cup Regattas:
2018 Linz
W2-
World Rowing Cup Regattas:
2018 Belgrade
W8+
World Rowing Cup Regattas:
2017 Lucerne
6th
W4-
World Rowing U23 Championships
2016 4th W4-
2015 Bronze W8+
World Rowing U23 Championships:
2016
4th
W4-
World Rowing U23 Championships:
2015
W8+

Beyond The Boat

In her spare time Hattie enjoys music, travelling, spending time with friends and shopping for trainers. She describes herself as a big foodie and loves finding new places to eat. She shares a house with Rowan McKellar, her teammate in the eight.