Nicholas Lavery is a member of the Australian Rowing Team and will make his Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, competing in the men’s eight.

Raised in Victoria, Nicholas began rowing in high school before relocating to NSW and joining UTS Rowing Club.

The NSWIS Graduate athlete made his Australian representative debut at the 2019 U23 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton, rowing in the men’s coxless four alongside his younger brother Rohan. The crew placed 9th Overall.

In 2020, the young rower was selected into the Men’s National Training Centre and was selected into the Men’s Eight crew for the Tokyo Olympics.

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