Lindsay Jennerich made her Olympic Games debut at London 2012 in the women’s lightweight double sculls with partner Patricia Obee, winning the B final and finishing seventh overall.
Jennerich is a two-time World Championships medallist with different partners in the lightweight double sculls, winning gold in 2010 with Tracy Cameron and silver in 2011 with Patricia Obee. Deciding her partner for the 2012 Olympic Games triggered a row-off between veteran Cameron and the 20-year-old Obee. Cameron won, but retired from the sport just seven weeks before the Olympic Games. Jennerich has competed in six World Championships over her career.
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