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Rower // Men's Squad Date of Birth: 2nd Jul 1995 (27 years old)
Club: Leander Club Height: 193.5cm Hometown: Princes Risborough
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Harry Glenister has raced for Great Britain at junior, U23 and senior level.
He is a four-time winner at Henley Royal Regatta and was the first person to win all three quadruple sculls events.
He made his debut for the senior GB team in 2018, racing as part of the men’s pair in World Cup I.
In the 2019 season Harry teamed up with George Rossiter in the men’s pair, finishing 7th at the European Championships, 5th at World Rowing Cup II and 4th at World Rowing Cup III. The pair were selected as sweep spares for the World Rowing Championships in Linz.
In his spare time Harry enjoys reading, podcasts and spending time with friends.