|Born||26 September 1980
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Jeane Elisabeth Lassen (born 26 September 1980) is a Canadian weightlifter. Lassen is originally from Whitehorse, Yukon. She is one of few Yukon athletes to break into the world scene. However, she was born in Victoria, British Columbia.
Lassen won a silver medal in the women's 54–59 kg division at the 1995 Canada Winter Games in Grande Prairie, Alberta. This, of course, was before she became a national athlete.
Lassen participated in the women's -69 kg class at the 2006 World Weightlifting Championships and won the bronze medal, finishing behind Oxana Slivenko and Tatiana Matveeva. She snatched 102 kg and jerked an additional 136 kg for a total of 238 kg, 25 kg behind winner Slivenko.
Jeane Lassen formally announced on Feb. 18, 2016, her intent to run with the Yukon Liberals for her home riding of Takhini-Kopper King in the 2016 Yukon election.
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