A recap of today’s Rio results and a look at what’s on deck for tomorrow and Sunday.
Rowing Results | Meghan Montgomery
This morning in Rio, Manitoba’s Meghan Montgomery and her Team Canada rowing-mates finished in second place behind the U.S. in their Mixed LTA4+ heat. The Canadians had the second fastest time overall (3:24.69) and will compete in the repechage on Saturday. The top two teams from each repechage will advance to the A Final on Sunday morning.
Coming Up This Weekend*
Today | Friday, Sept 9
4:30 p.m. CT: Sitting Volleyball – Canada vs. Brazil (Leanne Muldrew)
*We’ve noticed a few time discrepancies in various communications. The times and dates listed here are taken from rio2016.com. Apologies for any confusion!
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