Scott Frandsen competed in his third consecutive Olympic Games in 2012. Frandsen and partner David Calder finished in sixth place in the men’s coxless pairs event in London.
Frandsen and Calder earned a 2008 Olympic silver medallist in the coxless pairs. In Athens in 2004, Frandsen finished fifth in the men’s eight boat. He has competed with various crews at five World Championships, resulting in four top-seven finishes.
Retiring from rowing following the 2008 Olympic Games to start a new career and heal his back, Frandsen returned to the national team in 2011. His collegiate career took him to the University of California, Berkeley where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and was also a three-time NCAA national champion (2000, 2001, 2002). In 2003, Frandsen attended graduate school at Oxford University and rowed for the Oxford Blues, winning the 2003 Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race by the closest-ever margin of one foot.
- With David Calder, he won a silver medal in the men’s pair at the 2008 Olympic Games
- 2004 Olympian in the men’s eight that finished 5th
- A three-time U.S. collegiate national champion (2000, 2001, 2002)
- In 2003, attended graduate school at Oxford University and rowed for the Oxford Blues, winning the 2003 Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race by the closest-ever margin of one foot
|2008 Beijing||Rowing||Coxless Pair (2-) - M||Silver|
|2004 Athens||Rowing||Eight with Cox (8+) - M||5|