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MacLachlan, J. Ross '73 - Rowing

Ross played First Basketball, co-captained the First Football team and rowed with the Senior Heavy Eight to Princess Elizabeth Cup victory at the 1973 Royal Henley Regatta. He also represented Canada on the international stage, finishing second with the Junior Men’s Eight in the 1972 World Rowing Championships in Milan, and placing sixth at the 1973 European Championships in Moscow with the Men’s Coxed Fours.
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