Samuel Meijer

Rower // Men's Squad
Date of Birth: 15th Feb 1997 (22 years old)
Club: Elizabethan BC
Hometown: London

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Sam Meijer is a double world U23 champion and a world Junior champion, looking to break into the senior GB Rowing Team.

Meijer’s decorated international career started at the 2014 World Rowing Junior Championships, where he won silver in the men’s quadruple sculls in Hamburg, going one better in 2015 by taking gold in Rio de Janeiro.

In 2017, Meijer won gold in his first World Rowing U23 Championships in Plovdiv as he and double sculls partner Seb Devereux put in an incredible sprint in the final 250m to overhaul France.

The following year, Meijer won his second U23 gold, this time in the quadruple sculls alongside Rowan Law (with who he won his first world Junior medal), Josh Armstrong (with who he won his world Junior gold) and Matt Haywood.

Meijer is studying at Mechanical Engineering at Harvard University.

On The Water

GB Competitive Record

World Rowing U23 Championships
2018 M4x
2017 M2x
World Rowing U23 Championships:
2018
M4x
World Rowing U23 Championships:
2017
M2x
World Rowing Junior Championships
2015 M4x
2014 M4x
World Rowing Junior Championships:
2015
M4x
World Rowing Junior Championships:
2014
M4x