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She did her primary education [[School]].<ref name="ND">[https://www.newsday.co.zw/2012/01/12/2012-01-12-thornycroft-realises-olympic-dream/ Thornycroft realises Olympic dream], ''NewsDay'', published: January 12, 2012, retrieved: August 10, 2016</ref> Thornycroft then attended [[Peterhouse Girls]] School<ref name="Standard">Daniel Nhakaniso, [https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2016/08/07/rioolympics-thornycroft-eases-rowing-quarter-finals/ #RioOlympics: Thornycroft eases into rowing quarter-finals], ''Standard'', published: August 7, 2016, retrieved: August 10, 2016</ref>before attending Rhodes University in South Africa in 2003. While at Rhodes University she rowed in eights with her sister Roseanne.<ref name="Herald"/>
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|Known for||Being A Female Rower|
|Relatives||Roseanne Thornycroft, Patrick Thornycroft|
Micheen Thornycroft is a Zimbabwean female rower. She participated at the 2012 Olympics and was part of the Zimbabwe 2016 Olympic Team. Thornycroft has been nominated for the Annual National Sports Award Sportswoman of the Year Award twice, in 2013 and in 2015 respectively.
She did her primary education at Springvale House Preparatory School. Thornycroft then attended Peterhouse Girls Schoolbefore attending Rhodes University in South Africa in 2003. While at Rhodes University she rowed in eights with her sister Roseanne.
She worked at a school in Pretoria teaching and coaching before resigning after qualifying for the 2012 Olympics and moved in temporarily in Harare with Rachel Davis who had coached her during her Peterhouse days. 
2012 London Olympics
Thornycroft qualified for the 2012 London Olympics after she became first in the women’s singles sculls at Africa’s Continental Qualification Regatta in Alexandria, Egypt in November 2011.
- Her nickname is Mouse.
- She also excelled at tennis.
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- MICHEEN THORNYCROFT, World Rowing, published: No Date Given, retrieved: August 10, 2016
- Zim rowers under the spotlight, Herald, published: December 1, 2015, retrieved: August 10, 2016
- Thornycroft realises Olympic dream, NewsDay, published: January 12, 2012, retrieved: August 10, 2016
- Daniel Nhakaniso, #RioOlympics: Thornycroft eases into rowing quarter-finals, Standard, published: August 7, 2016, retrieved: August 10, 2016
- Micheen Thornycroft, Sports Reference, published: No Date Given, retrieved: August 10, 2016