Senior A / Alice McNamara

Senior Athletes
Alice McNamara
Date of Birth 22/02/1986
Coach Mark Fangan-Hall
Nickname Mac, Shmacko, Mary
Height 167cm
Weight 58kgs
Hometown Melbourne, Australia
Club Melbourne University Boat Club
Alice McNamara first competed internationally in 2005, racing in the Lucerne World Cup as well as the U23 World Championships where she took a bronze medal. Two years later she won gold at the 2007 World Championships in Munich as part of the women’s lightweight quad scull. McNamara is now a veteran member of the women’s lightweight double scull and has won a number of World Cup medals in the class. McNamara recently graduated as a Medical Doctor from the University of Melbourne and is interested in Sports Medicine, Adolescent Health, Anaesthetics and Emergency Medicine. She has a unique interest outside of rowing and medicine - stair climbing. She has won competitive stair climbs of the Empire State Building, Willis Tower Chicago, KL Tower Malaysia, Eureka Tower Melbourne and Westpac House Adelaide as well as winning the Taipei 101, Taiwan in 2016.
Career Achievements
Class Year Race Position
LW2X 2014 Lucerne World Cup Second Place
LW2X 2013 Sydney World Cup Second Place
LW2X 2010 Lucerne World Cup First Place
LW4x 2008 World Championships First Place
LW4X 2007 World Championships First Place
BLW2X 2005 U23 World Championships Third Place