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March 18, 2016
Out of their shells
By CHRIS STEVENSON -- SLAM! Sports
  SYDNEY -- As Canadian sculler Derek Porter turned away from what might have been his last interview as an Olympian, he blinked back tears and said to the reporters: "Sorry, guys."
 Porter, the former world champ, had finished fourth in his event, another Canadian rowing hopeful whose medal hopes went to the bottom of Penrith Lake.
Sept. 25: Full story

It's time to rethink our philosophy
By JIM KERNAGHAN -- London Free Press
 Women's rowing coach Al Morrow says it's time to eject the excess athlete baggage.
 Morrow left for London Monday convinced both rowing and Canadian amateur sport in general has to give a major rethink to how our Olympic forces are deployed after what is turning out to be a particularly unimpressive Games.
Sept. 25: Full story

Canadian women's eight wins bronze
By CHRIS STEVENSON -- SLAM! Sports
 PENRITH LAKES, Australia -- They cried almost enough tears to float their boat.
 And that was before Canada's women's eight won a bronze medal at the Olympic rowing regatta Sunday, preventing Canada's armada from being shut out on the pond.
Sept. 24: Full story and results


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