As a young teen, Abby Dent was looking to...
Held every two years and alternating between summer and winter sports events, the Games involves upwards of 7,500 athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers, and represents a crucial opportunity for young athletes to square up against top-tier provincial competition and find out what it takes to reach national and international sporting stages.
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As a young teen, Abby Dent was looking to get involved in another sport. The all-round athlete already played hockey and volleyball but was interested in trying something totally new. Rowing Canada came to her school and did some basic testing with students in gym class. They took note of Dent’s height and then her…READ FULL ARTICLE
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