| Joshua Dunkley-Smith|
| 28 June 1989 (age 26) (1989-06-28) Melbourne, Australia|
Rowing at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men\'s coxless four
William Lockwood, Drew Ginn, James Chapman, Alex Gregory, Andrew Triggs Hodge
Josh Dunkley-Smith (born 28 June 1989) is an Australian rower. A dual Olympian and two time silver Olympic medal winner, he was born and lives in Melbourne, Australia.
Josh Dunkley-Smith Wikipedia
Dunkley-Smith attended Albert Park Primary and learnt to row at Geelong College. He studied for a BArts in Journalism at Monash University. After his return from the Olympics in 2012, Dunkley-Smith took up coaching at Melbourne Girls Grammar.
His mother Addy Bucek is a former Australian Olympic sailing representative.
Dunkley-Smith rows from the Mercantile Rowing Club in Melbourne. On seven consecutive occasions from 2010 to 2016 Dunkley-Smith was seated in the Victorian Men's VIII who contested the King's Cup at the Australian Rowing Championships. In those crews he saw two King's Cup victories and four times placed second. He stroked that crew in four King's Cup races.
At the 2012 London Olympics, Dunkley-Smith won a silver medal in the Australian men's coxless four with Drew Ginn, James Chapman, and Will Lockwood. Ginn's presence in the crew gave it a lineage to the successful Australian M4- crews of the 1990s that were known as Oarsome Foursomes.
In 2016 along with Will Lockwood, Joshua Booth, and Alexander Hill, Dunkley-Smith was selected in the Australian Men's Coxless four to compete at Rio 2016. They won their heat and semi-final and took the silver medal behind Great Britain in the final.