|Born||30 September 1995|
|Club||Fremantle Sailing Club, Royal Perth Yacht Club|
|Coach||Michael Blackburn (sailor)|
|Updated on 7 May 2020.|
Matthew (Matt) Wearn (Born 30 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 and 2020).
In 2019, Wearn was selected to represent Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (postponed to 2021).
|Feb 2020||Laser – Men||ILCA Laser Standard Men's World Championship
|Jul 2019||Laser – Men||Laser Standard Men's World Championship
|Oct 2018||Etchells – Open||Etchells World Championship
Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Brisbane, AUS
|Jul 2018||Laser – Men||Hempel Sailing World Championships Aarhus 2018
|Sep 2017||Laser – Men||Laser Standard Men's World Championship
|May 2016||Laser – Men||Laser Standard Men's World Championship
Nuevo Vallarta, MEX
|Jun 2015||Laser – Men||Laser World Championship
|Sep 2014||Laser – Men||2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships
|Nov 2013||Laser – Men||Laser Standard Men's World Championship
|Jul 2012||Laser Radial – Men||World Laser Radial Men's Championship
|May 2012||Laser – Men||World Laser Standard Senior Championship
|Dec 2011||Laser – Men||Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships||59|
- https://site-isaf.soticcloud.net/biog.php?memberid=208798&js=1. Retrieved 7 May 2020
- https://www.laserinternational.org/blog/2018/02/26/interview-with-matt-wearn/ Retrieved 6 May 2020
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