Lettie Cabot '19 has been selected to the 2019 Under 19 National Team that will represent the United States at the World Junior Rowing Championships in Tokyo, Japan on August 7-11, 2019.
Lettie will race as a member of the women's eight with teammates hailing from other prominent junior and high school rowing programs across the country. She has been training with the U.S. Under 19 development camp this summer following her graduation from Winsor in June.
She began rowing at Winsor as a high school sophomore, and served as a team tri-captain during her senior year. Lettie was part of the second varsity four that placed 2nd at the 2017 New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championships and helped Winsor to the Team Points Trophy win; a member of the first varsity four that placed 2nd at NEIRA in 2018; and a member of the first varsity four that placed 3rd at NEIRA in 2019 and qualified for Nationals. As a member of Winsor's varsity swimming team, Lettie was a senior tri-captain and currently holds three individual school records and one relay record.
The U.S. will have 59 athletes in 14 crews competing at the five-day regatta. Events include the men's and women's single sculls, double sculls, quadruple sculls, pair, four, four with coxswain, and eight. The U.S. roster includes athletes from 15 states.
(c) Hannah Diaz (Seattle, Wash.) – Holy Names Academy
(s) Violet Barletta (Weston, Mass.) – St. Paul's School
(7) Julietta Camahort (San Francisco, Calif.) – Marin Rowing Association
(6) Mia Levy (Des Moines, Iowa) – Phillips Academy Andover
(5) Samantha Henriksen (Chicago, Ill.) – Chicago Rowing Foundation
(4) Gabrielle Graves (Vashon, Wash.) – Burton Beach Rowing Club
(3) Lettice Cabot (Cambridge, Mass.) – The Winsor School
(2) Megan Lee (Natick, Mass.) – Newton Country Day School Crew
(b) Greta Filor (Rye, N.Y.) – RowAmerica Rye
Complete press coverage, athlete bios and links to event information will be available at www.worldrowing.com and www.usrowing.org. Follow along with the U.S. Under 19 National Team as it prepares for the 2019 World Rowing Junior Championships by using the hashtags #WRJChamps and #WRJChamps19.