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NameTamera Jenny Rogers
ContingentTeam British Columbia
HometownNanaimo, BC



Team Foil Female
Team: British Columbia
Final position: 5
Match 04Wednesday, March 07, 200715:20Vanier Catholic School
Match 09Wednesday, March 07, 200716:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 14Thursday, March 08, 200709:00Vanier Catholic School
Match 16Thursday, March 08, 200710:10Vanier Catholic School
Match 22Thursday, March 08, 200711:20Vanier Catholic School
Match 29Thursday, March 08, 200712:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 34Friday, March 09, 200710:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 38Friday, March 09, 200711:40Vanier Catholic School
Match 44Friday, March 09, 200712:50Vanier Catholic School



Height (ft, inches)5'7
Weight (lb)145
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamCapital City Fencer's Club
CoachJed Chapin (club), Jerzy Kajrenius (provincial coach)
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
bronze at 2006 Nationals in cadet women's foil, gold (in individual and team foil), silver (individual epee) and bronze (team epee) at BC winter games, gold in junior and cadet women's foil at provincials 2006.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2004 Alberta Winter Games 2nd
2006 BC Winter Games 1st
2006 BC Provincials 1st
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goals are to win a gold in women's individual foil, to meet other talented athletes, and to have some unforgetable memories.
My personal role model
My Mom is my personal role model. She gives me unconditional support in everything I do. Three times a week she drives me from Nanaimo to Victoria (a 1.5 hour drive each way) to fence. If it weren't for her I wouldn't be able to fence!
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I commute 1.5 hours each way from Nanaimo to get to my club in Victoria BC because Nanaimo doesn't have a fencing club.

I won a bronze in cadet women's foil at the 2006 nationals and 2 golds and a bronze at the 2006 BC provincials.