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Rower // Women's Squad Date of Birth: 12th Aug 1997 (25 years old)
Club: Nottingham RC Height: 178cm Hometown: Nottingham
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Kyra Edwards has raced for Great Britain at junior, U23 and senior level, winning junior silver in 2015 and U23 bronze in 2018 at the World Championships.
She made made her debut for the senior GB team in 2019 at World Cup III alongside Ruth Siddorn, finishing eighth overall in the women’s double sculls; the duo also raced at the World Championships that year.
In 2022 she won a silver medal at World Cup III in the quad, before finishing fifth in the double sculls at the European Rowing Championships, sculling with Saskia Budgett.
Kyra studied Statistics at UCLA and hopes to continue studying and pursue a PhD in computer science. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with friends and family.
British Rowing has announced two more senior crews for the 2016 World Rowing Championships, completing selection for this month’s regatta in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.