2012 London - 1st (K4 1000m)
- 1st (K4 1000m) - 2012 London Olympic Games (London, Great Britain)
- 1st (K1 1000), 1st (K2 1000), 1st (K4 1000) - 2012 National Championships (Penrith, Australia)
- 1st (K1 1000), 1st (K2 1000), 1st (K4 1000), 3rd (K1 200), 3rd (K2 200) - 2012 Oceania Championships (Penrith, Australia)
- 1st (K1 500), 1st (K1 1000), 1st (K4 1000), 2nd (K1 200) - 2012 Paddle NSW Sprint Championships (Penrith, Australia)
- 2nd (K4 1000m) - 2011 World Championships (Szeged, Hungary)
- 3rd (K4 1000m), 4th (K2 1000m) - 2011 World Cup 3 (Duisburg, Germany)
- 2nd (K2 1000m), 2nd (K4 1000m) - 2011 World Cup 2 (Racice, Czech Republic)
- 1st (K1 200m), 1st (K4 200m), 1st (K2 1000m), 1st (K4 1000m), 2nd (K2 200m), 2nd (K1 1000m) - 2011 Australian Championships (SA, Australia)
- Winning gold in the K-4 1000m at the London 2012 Olympic Games
- Winning silver at the 2011 World Championships in the K4 1000 in Szeged, Hungary
- Placing 5th in the K2 500m and 5th in the K4 1000m at the 2010 World Championships in Poland
- At the start of 2012, Murray Stewart stormed into the public eye with a huge run of top performances at the Olympic selection events. The 25-year-old from Sydney came 1st in the K1, K2 and K4 1000m events at the Oceania Championships, before backing up at the Australian Championships to win the same three events and as a result was announced the ICF athlete of the month for March, 2012.
- Stewart established himself as an integral part of the Australian K4 crew in 2011 that went on to win silver at the 2011 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary and declare themselves a red hot Olympic medal chance.
- Also in 2011, Stewart won K4 1000m bronze in Duisburg while just missing out on a medal in the K2 1000 where he finished 4th. Later in the year Stewart backed up his consistent form as he took out and two silver medals in the K2 and K4 1000m in Racice.
- He highlighted his all round skill in the sport in 2010 when he competed in eight different events at the Australian Championships, taking out four of them and running 2nd in the other four to announce his intentions to be a multiple medal winner at the 2012 London Olympics.
- Like the majority of Australia's sprint paddlers, Stewart got into the sport from surf lifesaving. In 2009, he won the Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships - the win was the first for his club Manly since 1948. Away from the water, Stewart is also a successful academic having graduated from his Masters of Architecture at the University of Sydney in early 2012 where he had been a recipient of the Vice Chancellor's scholarship for academic and sporting success.
Years on national team
Tim Jacobs (2010 - current)
Guy Wilding (2007 - 2009)
Primary Training Base
Secondary Training Base
Gold Coast, Australia
Manly Warringah Kayak Club (NSW, Australia)
Institute/AcademyNSW Institute of Sport, Sydney
Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra
Bishops Prepartory School (Cape Town, South Africa)
The Scots College (NSW, Australia)
Bachelor Design in Architecture - University of Sydney (2006 - 2009)