Jenny Sichel


Jenny SichelSichel
Legs, Trunk and Arms Mixed Four with Coxswain

Birthplace: New York, N.Y.
Hometown: Clifton, N.J.
Current Residence: Clifton, N.J.
Club Affiliations: Community Rowing, Inc.
Began Rowing: 2006, Bryn Mawr College
Date of Birth: 3/9/88 
Height: 5’3” 
Weight: 110
High School: Clifton High School
Undergraduate Education: Bryn Mawr College, A.B. Mathematics, 2010
Occupation: Para Rowing Coordinator
Employer: Community Rowing, Inc.
Training Location: Boston, Mass.
Current Coach: Ellen Minzner
National Teams: Five – 2010, 2013-16, Senior

International Results: Won silver in the legs, trunk and arms mixed four with coxswain at the 2015 World Rowing Championships...Won silver in the legs, trunk and arms mixed four with coxswain at the 2014 World Rowing Championships...Finished fourth in the legs, trunk and arms mixed four with coxswain at the 2013 World Rowing Championships...Finished sixth in the legs, trunk and arms mixed four with coxswain at the 2010 World Rowing Championships. 

National Results: Won the men’s intermediate lightweight four with coxswain and the women’s senior four with coxswain at the 2010 USRowing Club National Championships.

Personal: Jenny began rowing her freshman year of college because the school did not have a softball team…Besides rowing, Jenny enjoys running, pole vaulting, baton twirling, and playing softball…She was the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference Rower and the 2010 Bryn Mawr College Most Valuable Rower…She received the 2010 Bryn Mawr College Founder’s Award…Jenny was named the 2007 Mid-Atlantic All-Region Novice Rower...In high school, she was a drum majorette for the band and earned the Clifton High School Drum Majorette Award for Excellence in Performance…She was a rower before a herniated disc caused her to switch to coxing…Jenny’s pre-race ritual is her “race day hair,” the braids she has worn for every race in her career…The most influential people in Jenny’s athletic career are her college rowing coach Carol Bower, who taught her the sport and encouraged her national team aspirations, and her high school band director Robert Morgan, who first taught her that dedication and desire make hard work pay off…Jenny’s most memorable sporting achievement is making the 2010 U.S. National Team…After rowing, Jenny plans to study veterinary medicine.

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