Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

No Limits for Calla ,Co but It won,COt Be Easy

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

No Limits for Calla ,Co but It won,COt Be Easy

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Byline: MITCHELL CRAIG Sports reporter

LISMORE rower Calla Gould-Whaley approaches the sport with a set-no-limits attitude.

And itCOs that sort of mindset that had her beaming as she prepared for the opening day of the NSW rowing championships at Penrith.

The three-day event begins today with Gould-Whaley racing the first of her three events at 2pm.

The 16-year-old expects plenty of competition stepping up into the Under-19 division.

C[pounds sterling]ICOve moved up into a higher age group and itCOs definitely not going to be easy,C[yen] Gould-Whaley said.

C[pounds sterling]There will be some really good competition and ICOm not getting too far ahead of myself.

C[pounds sterling]ICOll aim to make the semi-finals and see where it goes from there.C[yen]

The event also doubles as the Australian schoolgirls championships, which makes it a busy three days for Gould-Whaley.

She will compete in the Under-19 2000m single and quad sculls as well as the schoolgirl events. …

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