| Victoria Thornley|
| 1.93 m|
| Richard Egington, Mohamed Sbihi, Phelan Hill, James Foad, Matthew Langridge|Victoria Thornley Wikipedia
Victoria Thornley (born 30 November 1987) is a Welsh rower. She was a member of the Great Britain team that finished 5th in the women's eight at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Thornley was born in St Asaph and brought up in Wrexham. She began her sporting career through the "Sporting Giants" programme, becoming the first of the scheme's graduates to win a gold medal when she was successful at the 2009 World Under-23 Championships. In the 2016 Summer Olympics, she was partnered with Katherine Grainger in the women's double sculls, in which they took the silver medal.
In June 2017 Thornley won the gold medal for women's single sculls in the European Rowing Championship at Račice
She is 6ft 4 inches tall.