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Heidi Long
Heidi  Long


Buckinghamshire, England

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UVA Wins 11 Races at Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite

Cavaliers open 2016 season by winning 11 of 12 races on first day in Tennessee

• Part of the Varsity Eight that placed 10th at the NCAA Championships
• Member of the Varsity Eight that won an ACC championship
• Named to the All-ACC first team
• Helped Great Britain to a sixth-place finish in the Women's Eight at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• ACC Freshman of the Year
• Member of the Varsity Eight that finished fifth at the NCAA Championships 
• Part of the ACC Champion Varsity Eight that was named ACC Crew of the Year 
• Member of the Varsity Eight that won the Princeton Chase
• Part of the Varsity Eight that finished with the third-best collegiate time at the Head of the Charles
• Member of the All-ACC Academic Rowing Team
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll


• Rowed for the Marlow Rowing Club (Marlow, Windsor) under head coach Bret King
• Placed seventh overall with Great Britain’s women’s four at 2014 World Junior Championships
• Finalist in the women's four at the 2014 Henley 
• Multiple-time British national champion in women's four
• Junior British national champion in the women’s double and quad
• 2013 women's eight junior national champion
• Competed in athletics at the 2013 National Championships
• Participated in swimming from 2008-13
• Earned Head of Sport school award
• Duke of Edinburgh Award winner
• Member of the high school Honor Roll from 2012-15
• Excellence in Biology Award recipient
• Served as a Cub Scout leader from 2011-14
• Math and chemistry tutor

• Daughter of Keith and Jill Long
• Born in Hillingdon, Great Britain
• Has two younger brothers, Sam and Joe Long
• Enjoys skiing


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