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Canadian women's lightweight double boat advances to world semis

The Canadian women's lightweight double boat is moving on to the semifinals at the world rowing championships.

Canadian women's 4 boat failed to advance

Canadian women’s lightweight team is still alive at the world rowing championships in Bulgaria. (@rowingcanada/Twitter)

The Canadian women's lightweight double boat is moving on to the semifinals at the world rowing championships.

Jennifer Casson of Kingston, Ont., and Kate Haber of Owen Sound, Ont., finished second in their repechage on Tuesday to advance to the semis on Thursday.

The Canadian women's four boat did not advance after the repechage after finishing fourth in their race.

Jessie Loutit, Karen Lefsrud, Kendra Wells and Larissa Werbicki competed for Canada.

The worlds run through Sunday.

Watch highlights of Canada's Day 2:

Katherine Haber and Jennifer Casson finished second in their repechage, advancing to the semifinals of the lightweight women's double sculls. 7:06
Carling Zeeman won her single sculls heat while Andrea Proske and Gabrielle Smith were first in their doubles sculls heat in Bulgaria on Monday. 1:16

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