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Alison Korn (born 22 November 1970 in Ottawa) was a Canadian rower and Olympian.
Korn started rowing when she was 21. As a member of the Canadian national rowing team, she won silver and bronze medals at the 1996 and 2000 summer Olympics, respectively. She also has five world championship medals, including back-to-back golds in 1997 and 1998. Korn retired from the sport in 2000.
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