Lachlan Tame (born 14 November 1988) is an Australian canoe sprinter. He won the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro in the K2 1000m alongside Olympic champion Ken Wallace. Based at the Avoca surf club, Tame had a $5000 bet with a mate that he could not make the London Olympics. Tame was inducted into the Surf Life Saving Australia Hall of Fame in 2015. Widely considered as the most dominant ski paddler of his generation, Tame won four consecutive single ski, two lifesaver relays a double ski and a ski relay titles at the Australian Surf-Lifesaving Championships.

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  • Lachlan Tame (born 14 November 1988) is an Australian canoe sprinter. He won the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro in the K2 1000m alongside Olympic champion Ken Wallace. Based at the Avoca surf club, Tame had a $5000 bet with a mate that he could not make the London Olympics. Tame was inducted into the Surf Life Saving Australia Hall of Fame in 2015. Widely considered as the most dominant ski paddler of his generation, Tame won four consecutive single ski, two lifesaver relays a double ski and a ski relay titles at the Australian Surf-Lifesaving Championships. He is a two time member of the Australian Surf Life Saving Team and a three time member of the Australian Men's Kayak Team. * K2 500m World Champion, 2015 Milan, with Ken Wallace * 2x K2 1000m Silver Medalist at the World Championships, 2014 Russia, 2015 Milan, with Ken Wallace (en)
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  • Lachlan Tame (born 14 November 1988) is an Australian canoe sprinter. He won the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro in the K2 1000m alongside Olympic champion Ken Wallace. Based at the Avoca surf club, Tame had a $5000 bet with a mate that he could not make the London Olympics. Tame was inducted into the Surf Life Saving Australia Hall of Fame in 2015. Widely considered as the most dominant ski paddler of his generation, Tame won four consecutive single ski, two lifesaver relays a double ski and a ski relay titles at the Australian Surf-Lifesaving Championships. (en)
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