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Richmond's Camryn Rogers breaks more records

The former Kajaks athlete smashed her own U.S. collegiate record, again, along with the Canadian record
Camryn Rogers
Camryn Rogers

Richmond’s Camryn Rogers is at it again – breaking national collegiate records in the U.S., as well as Canadian ones, too.

The hammer-throwing star qualified for the NCAA nationals after throwing an incredible 76.46 metres last week at the West Preliminaries in Arkansas.

It’s the second time this season that Rogers has broken the collegiate record, something that she’s becoming accustomed to, having done it four times in the last year or so.

Rogers, a product of Richmond’s Kajaks Track and Field club, now has the top five marks in collegiate history and now ranks fourth in the 2022 world list.

The Canadian Olympian will close out her college career at the NCAA championships in Eugene, OR. From June 8 to 11, where she will attempt to bag her third consecutive collegiate title.