Birthplace: Spokane, Wash.
Hometown: Spokane, Wash.
Current Residence: Princeton, N.J.
Club Affiliation: USRowing Training Center
Began Rowing: Spokane River Rowing, 2004
Date of Birth: 1986
High School: Lewis and Clark High School
Undergraduate Education: Yale University, 2008
Current Coach: Tom Terhaar
Years on National Team: Five – 2007-08, Under 23; 2009-11, Senior
International Results: Won gold in the eight at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Won gold in the eight at the 2011 Rowing World Cup stop in Lucerne...Won the Remenham Challenge Cup and set the course record at the 2011 Henley Royal Regatta...Won gold in the eight at the 2010 World Rowing Championships...Won gold in the eight and four at the 2010 Rowing World Cup stop in Lucerne…Took silver in the four at the 2009 World Rowing Championships…Won gold in the eight at the 2008 World Rowing Under 23 Championships…Took bronze in the eight at the 2007 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
National Results: Finished fifth in the pair at the 2011 National Selection Regatta #2...Finished second in the pair at all three 2010 National Selection Regattas…Won the four at the 2009 World Championships Trials…Took silver in the eight at the 2009 USRowing National Championships… Won gold in the varsity eight at the 2008 NCAA Championships…Won gold in the varsity eight at the 2007 NCAA Championships...Won gold in the varsity eight at the 2007 Eastern Sprints.
Personal: Jamie was an Academic All-American from 2006-08 and an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winner in 2008…She lists running the New York City Marathon as her most memorable sporting achievement…Before rowing, Jamie was a nordic ski racer and and cross-country runner…One of her athlete role models is the Norwegian nordic skier, Bjorn Daehlie, a 12-time Olympic medalist…Jamie enjoys skiing, playing the fiddle and violin, running and reading Jane Austen…After her rowing career, she hopes to run more marathons, continue playing the violin and become a physical therapist.
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