| Alison Korn|
| Carleton University|
| Rowing at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's eight|
Dorota Urbaniak, Heather McDermid, Laryssa Biesenthal, Buffy‑Lynne Williams, Lesley Thompson
Alison Korn Wikipedia
Alison Korn (born 22 November 1970 in Ottawa) was a Canadian rower and Olympian.
Korn was raised in Nepean, Ontario. She attended Bells Corners Public School, D.A. Moodie Intermediate School and Bell High School
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.
Korn was a member of an all-women’s ski trek to the North Pole in 2001, which she chronicled for the Ottawa Citizen.
Korn studied political science at McGill University, and earned her Masters in Journalism from Carleton University.
In 2016 Korn had a street named after her in Nepean, Ontario. She was inducted into the Ottawa Sport Hall of Fame in 2002.