Paul Stuart-Bennett
Personal information
BornSecond quarter 1952[1]
Ealing
Sport
SportRowing
ClubKingston Rowing Club
Leander Club
Upper Thames Rowing Club
London Rowing Club
Medal record

Christopher Paul Stuart-Bennett (born 1952) is a British lightweight rower.[2]

Rowing career

He was part of the lightweight coxless four at the 1976 World Rowing Championships in Villach, Austria which finished 5th in the B final.[3] He won a gold medal at the 1977 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam with the lightweight men's eight.[4]

He won the 1973 Stewards' Challenge Cup and the 1977 Thames Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta.[5]

Personal life

He was a doctor of dentistry by trade.[5]

References

  1. ^ "1952 births". Free BMD.
  2. ^ "Paul Stuart-Bennett". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  3. ^ Railton, Jim (12 August 1976). "Shock therapy for lightweight eight". The Times. p. 6 – via Times Digital Archives.
  4. ^ Railton, Jim (29 August 1977). "Rowing". The Times. p. 11 – via Times Digital Archives.
  5. ^ a b "Dentist retires to concentrate on rowing and singing". Henely Standard. Retrieved 27 September 2020.