- 2008 Beijing - 6th (women's eight)
- 5th (eight) - 2012 World Cup 3 (Munich, Germany)
- 4th (eight) - 2012 World Cup 2 (Lucerne, Switzerland)
- 4th (quad) - 2011 World Championships (Bled, Slovenia)
- 5th (quad) - 2011 World Cup #3 (Lucerne, Switzerland)
- 3rd (single) - 2011 Australian Rowing Championships (West Lakes, Australia)
- 1st (double) - 2011 Australian Rowing Championships (West Lakes, Australia)
- 1st (quad) - 2011 Australian Rowing Championships (West Lakes, Australia)
- 3rd (eight) - 2011 Australian Rowing Championships (West Lakes, Australia)
- Winning a silver medal at the 2010 Lucerne World Cup in Switzerland
- Competing at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
- Winning the 2004 Junior World Championships in the single scull in Banyoles, Spain
- Sally Kehoe was 21 when she made her Olympic debut as part of the eight at the 2008 Beijing Games finishing sixth.
- Kehoe is one of only two surviving members of the women's eight from Beijing along with cox Lizzy Patrick.
- While training in Canberra, Sally Kehoe worked at the National Australia Bank (Business Banking Centre) who supported her and her rowing addiction over the years.
- Kehoe won her first national championship at the age of 14 and her first Junior World Championship at 16.
- Kehoe can navigate her way round the Brisbane River, Sydney Harbour and Lake Burley Griffin... backwards!
Years on national team
Lyall McCarthy (2004 - current)
Phil Bourguignon (2003 - 2006 & 2009)
Primary Training Base
Secondary Training Base
Sydney University Womens Rowing Club (NSW, Australia)
Institute/AcademyAustralian Institute of Sport, Canberra
Queensland Academy of Sport, Brisbane
Toowoomba Preparatory School (QLD, Australia)
St. Margaret's Anglican Girls School (QLD, Australia)
Bachelor of Business (Economics) - University of New England (2006 - 2011)