Senior A / Sally Kehoe

Senior Athletes
Sally Kehoe
Date of Birth25/09/1986
CoachRhett Ayliffe
HometownToowoomba, Australia
ClubSydney University Women's Rowing Club
Sally Kehoe is a two-time Olympian having finished sixth at both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games in the women’s eight. Born in Toowoomba, Kehoe started rowing in 1999 after she was introduced to the sport whilst at boarding school in Brisbane. In the semi-final of the 2014 World Championships, Kehoe and Olympia Aldersey posted the world’s fastest time in the double sculls - 06:37.310. They went on to place third in the final and take home the bronze medal. The pair also won gold at the Sydney and Aiguebelette World Cups in 2014. Kehoe works full time as a credit analyst at the National Australia Bank. She is planning to progress her corporate career by completing a Masters in International Finance at Deakin University by 2016. She is related to Australian Olympic swimmer Susie O'Neill through her paternal grandmother. It was Susie’s 1992 Barcelona Olympics performances that inspired the then 5 year old to become an Olympian. In 2016. Kehoe was once again named in the Women's Double Sculls.
Career Achievements
W2x2016World Rowing Cup 2 Second Place
W2X2014World Championships Third Place
W2X2014Sydney World Cup First Place
W2X2014Aiguebelette World Cup First Place
W2X2010Lucerne World Cup Second Place
W4X2006World Championships Second Place
W2X2005World Championships Third Place
W1X2004U23 World Championship First Place
W1X2004Junior World Championship First Place
W2X2003Junior World Championship First Place