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Bauder, Roman rowing for Canada

Two Langley women have been named to Rowing Canada Aviron’s senior national team.

Kristin Bauder and Lisa Roman were among the 11 women named to the roster.

The pair depart for London, Ont. — the program’s training base — on June 14 to train for the upcoming World Rowing Cup II in France and then World Rowing Cup III in Switzerland from July 11 to 13.

Roman, a D.W. Poppy graduate who then studied at Washington State University where she also rowed, has represented Canada at various levels since 2011.

Bauder is an R.E. Mountain graduate who played volleyball at Simon Fraser University.

Last year was her first with Rowing Canada.

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