Victoria rowers populate Canada’s World Championship team

Rowing Canada at the World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships in Bulgaria, Aug. 15 to 19

Victoria City Rowing Club member Liz Fenje has made the jump from Canada's under-23 team to the senior lightweight women's lightweight quad for the World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships in Bulgaria

Rowing Canada’s team for this week’s 2012 World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships in Bulgaria, Aug. 15 to 19, is stacked with Greater Victoria athletes.

The entire junior women’s four is from Victoria, with Allie Delarge and Emily Lerhe from the Victoria City Rowing Club, and Jordan Watson and Isabella Watt from the Gorge Rowing and Paddling Centre.

Vic City rower Elizabeth Fenje of Stanford University is in the senior women’s lightweight quad and UVic rower Kai Langerfeld is in the men’s coxed pair.

 

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