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Tregunno, Jane OR'81

Tregunno, Jane OR'81 (far right)
Ridley’s first female Olympian. In 1981, Tregunno brought home Ridley's first Canadian Girl's Championship in a singles scull. She got her start with the Canadian national rowing team in 1978, when she won a bronze medal in the coxed eights at the 1978 Junior World Championships. She upgraded to gold the following year and was selected to compete at the 1980 Summer Olympics, but stayed home after Canada joined the boycott of those Games. In 1981 she placed fourth in the coxed eights event at the Senior World Championships. She switched to the coxed fours for the 1983 edition and finished fourth with her team before attending the 1984 Summer Olympics, where she won a silver medal alongside her teammates. She then captured gold and bronze medals in the event at the 1986 Commonwealth Games and World Championships respectively. This quintet, came in sixth at the 1987 World Championships, and then finished seventh in the coxed eights at the same tournament. Tregunno’s final major international tournament was the 1988 Summer Olympics, where her 1987 crew placed seventh in the coxed fours. Tregunno Stamp is now an accountant in Guelph, Ontario.
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