Matthew Wearn

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Matthew Wearn
Matthew Wearn during an interview in 2020
Personal information
Born (1995-09-30) September 30, 1995 (age 28)
Perth WA
Sailing career
Class(es)Laser (dinghy)
ClubFremantle Sailing Club, Royal Perth Yacht Club
CoachMichael Blackburn (sailor)
Medal record
Representing AUS

Event 1st 2nd 3rd
Sailing World Championships 0 4 1
Total 0 4 1

World Championships

2020 Melbourne Laser Standard
2019 Sakaiminiati Laser Standard
2018 Aarhus Laser Standard
2017 Split, Croatia Laser Standard
2012 Queensland Laser Radial

Updated on 7 May 2020.

Matthew (Matt) Wearn (Born 30th September 1995) is an Australian sailor. Wearn competes in the Laser (dinghy) for the Australian Sailing Team.

Wearn has finished in 2nd place at 3 consecutive Laser standard World Championships (2018, 2019 & 2020).[1]

In 2019, Wearn was selected to represent Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (postponed to 2021).[2]

Sailing results[3]

Month+Year Class Event Placing
Feb 2020 Laser - Men ILCA Laser Standard Men's World Championship

Melbourne, AUS

Jul 2019 Laser - Men Laser Standard Men's World Championship

Sakaiminiati, JPN

Oct 2018 Etchells - Open Etchells World Championship

Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Brisbane, AUS

Jul 2018 Laser - Men Hempel Sailing World Championships Aarhus 2018

Aarhus, DEN

Sep 2017 Laser - Men Laser Standard Men's World Championship

Split, CRO

May 2016 Laser - Men Laser Standard Men's World Championship

Nuevo Vallarta, MEX

Jun 2015 Laser - Men Laser World Championship

Kingston, CAN

Sep 2014 Laser - Men 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships

Santander, ESP

Nov 2013 Laser - Men Laser Standard Men's World Championship

Musannah, OMA

Jul 2012 Laser Radial - Men World Laser Radial Men's Championship

Queensland, AUS

May 2012 Laser - Men World Laser Standard Senior Championship

Boltenhagen, GER

Dec 2011 Laser - Men Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships

Perth, AUS



  1. "Sailor Biography". Retrieved 2020-05-08.
  2. "Matt Wearn". Australian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 7 May 2020.
  3. "Sailor Biography". Retrieved 2020-05-08.

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