Lisa Carrington was born on 23 June 1989 in New Zealand. Lisa Carrington for water canoer, of the K-1 200-meter event at the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships won: Carrington is 1.68 meters tall and weighs 63 kg.
He attended high school and he Whakatane coach at the University of Authors According to Gordon Walker In the year 2009. In June he won the bronze medal at the World Cup regatta in Szeged, Hungary held competing alongside Teneale Hatton K-2 100 meters. In May 2010, and the pair won the gold medal in the event of a World Cup regatta in Vichy, France. Carrington and Hatton won three gold medals at the Oceania Canoe Championships 2010; they won 500 and 100 meters: K-2 events won and joined Rachael Taylor and Erin Dodwell the K-4 500 m.
The pair became the first New Zealander ever to the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup final World Championships in Poznan, Poland to achieve. Her time of one minute 42,365 seconds in the semifinals qualify them for the last third fastest K-2 500 meters, but finished ninth in the final position. In 2011, ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Armenia, Carrington won the gold medal in the women's K-1 200 meters event, he became the first New Zealand woman to win the world title in the canoe. Result for the Olympic qualifying place in New Zealand.
The 2012 Oceania Championships gold medal in the K-1 200 meters Carrington and K-2 200 m with Erin Taylor. He was elected in 2012 Olympic Summer Games in New Zealand, London, United Kingdom. He plans to compete in the K-2 500 meters in addition to Taylor, and K-1 200 meters. Olympic Canoe Sprint Tickets for London Olympic Games 2012 are on Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange. Buy and Sell Olympic Tickets for London Olympic Games.