Langley rowers bronzed at Canadian national rowing championships

Lisa Roman and Kristin Bauder teamed up to win third place at the Canadian national rowing championships over the weekend at Victoria’s Elk Lake.

The Langley pair were competing in the senior women’s final and finished in 7:12.53, which was just 0.9 seconds behind second place.

Roman and Bauder train out of the Burnaby Lake Rowing Club.

Both teams which finished ahead of the pair — Carolyn Ganes and Sarah Black (gold) and Jennifer Martins and Kate Goodfellow (silver) — are from the National Training Centre out of London, Ont.

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