Esther Lofgren

Esther Lofgren (born 28 February 1985 in Long Beach ) is an American rower and two-time world champion in the eighth.

Lofgren began in 1998 with the rowing. In 2006 she won the U.S. eighth at the U23 World Championships. The World Rowing Championships in 2006 she won along with Portia McGee, Erin Cafaro and Rachel Jeffers the bronze medal in four without coxswain. In 2007, she won the quadruple sculls at the U23 World Championships. 2008 Lofgren won with the U.S. Eighth World Cup regatta in Lucerne. The majority of the crew won the Olympic gold medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing; are not nominated Lofgren instead took the four without attending the World Championships in the non-Olympic boat classes and won along with Karen Colwell, Stesha Carle and Sarah Trowbridge the silver medal.

Rowed Also at the World Rowing Championships 2009 in Poznan Lofgren in four without and came along with Jamie Redman, Elle Logan and Amanda Polk ranked second behind the boat from the Netherlands. 2010 changed the rowers in the eighth and won the title at the World Championships in New Zealand in the cast Anna Goodale, Amanda Polk, Jamie Redman, Taylor pinion, Esther Lofgren, Elle Logan, Meghan Musnicki, Katherine Glessner and coxswain Mary Whipple. 2011 defended the American Roller with Zsuzsanna Francia and Caroline Lind for Glessner Goodale and the title at the World Championships in Bled. Also rowed in the Olympics in London Lofgren in the U.S. eight, who won the gold medal in the cast Erin Cafaro, Zsuzsanna Francia, Esther Lofgren, Taylor pinion, Meghan Musnicki, Elle Logan, Caroline Lind, Caryn Davies and Mary Whipple.

Esther Lofgren is a journalist and rowing for the Rowing Club of Harvard University