Canada earns bronze in women's eight at world rowing championship

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Canada clocked a time of six minutes, 7.59 seconds behind winner Romania in 6:01.14. Sydney Payne, Avalon Waseneys and coxswain Kristen Kit have earned three medals in the eight over the last year. Kasia Gruchalla-Wesierski returned to international competition following Tokyo.
Published 2 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

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