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Canada, Argentina, Brazil and Cuba earn Olympic spots during Day 3 of Pan Am Games on Lake Lanier
Argentina's Omar De Andres, top, finishes just ahead of the rest of the field Saturday morning during the Senior Men K1 200-meter Final at Lake Lanier Olympic Park during the first race of day three of the Pan American Championships. - photo by Scott Rogers | The Times
Andreanne Langlois came to Lake Lanier last month seeking a spot on the Canadian Canoe Kayak National Team. She’s returning to Quebec as a qualifier for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The 23-year-old pulled away from the rest of the pack in the final half of the race, winning with ease in the Senior Women’s one-person kayak (K1) 200-meter race with a time of 42.98 seconds — more than two seconds faster than her nearest competitor early in the third day of the Pan American Games on Saturday at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
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