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2017 ICF Slalom World Championships: Smedley, Pomeroy and Laviolette Finish 8th in the Team Event

Sep
26
Canoe Kayak Canada

PAU, FRANCE (September 26, 2017) – The Canadian team of Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON), Spencer Pomeroy (Ottawa, ON) and Yannick Laviolette (St-Louis-de-Gonzague, QC) placed 8th this morning in the men’s C1 team event on Day 1 at the Slalom World Championships in Pau, France. “I am really proud of how the team performed today in […]... Read More

Olympic Hopes Team Returns Home with a Total of 9 medals

Sep
18
Canoe Kayak Canada

RACICE, CZECH REPUBLIC (17 September 2017) – The last day of competitions of the Olympic Hopes Regatta took place on Sunday in Racice, Czech Republic. Forty Canadian athletes competed in this international competition where 33 different countries were represented. “The level of competition at this regatta goes up every year, this competition is now the […]... Read More

Canadian Team Gets 6 Medals on Day 2 of the Olympic Hopes Regatta

Sep
16
Canoe Kayak Canada

RACICE, CZECH REPUBLIC (September 16, 2017) – Canadian athletes were competing today in the second day of the International Olympic Hopes Regatta. Almost all of the crews qualified for the finals, among which 6 crews won a place on the podium. “We’ve had a lot of positive feedback today from the athletes,” said Graham Barton, […]... Read More

Olympic Hopes Regatta : 17 Canadian crews advance to Day 1 finals

Sep
15
Canoe Kayak Canada

RACICE, CZECH REPUBLIC (September 15, 2017) – The conditions were ideal today in Racice, Czech Republic, for the Canadian junior team athletes participating in the first day of the International Olympic Hopes Regatta. Races will be held from September 15 to 17, and Canada had a strong start today by placing 17 crews in the finals […]... Read More

2017 Canoe Marathon World Championship: Canadian athletes proudly represented the country in South Africa

Sep
13
Canoe Kayak Canada

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (September 13, 2017) – Four Canadian athletes have made a name for themselves on the international stage at the 2017 Canoe Marathon World Championships. The annual regatta organized by the International Canoe Federation was held from September 7 to 10 in Pietermaritzburg, near the city of Durban in South Africa. “The whole experience […]... Read More

Slalom World Cup Champions Crowned in La Seu D’Urgell

Sep
12
Canoe Kayak Canada

SEU D’URGELL, SPAIN (September 10, 2017) –  Germany’s Ricarda Funk (K1W), Tasiadis Sideris (C1M) and doubles partners Robert Behling and Thomas Becker (C2) have won the overall World Cup point standings after the final stop of the International Canoe Federation’s Canoe Slalom World Cup series. This was an impressive showing for Germany’s team winning three […]... Read More

Cameron Smedley 8th in Canoe Slalom World Cup Final Qualification rounds

Sep
8
Canoe Kayak Canada

SEU D’URGELL, SPAIN (September 8, 2017) –  Canoe Kayak Canada’s Canoe Slalom team is back on the river in La Seu D’Urgell at the International Canoe Federation’s Canoe Slalom World Cup Final. This is the last event in the five-race World Cup series where double points will be allocated to the athletes who finish inside […]... Read More

Job Posting – HEAD COACH / Canoe Kayak Canada

Sep
6
Canoe Kayak Canada

  EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY / HEAD COACH – Canoe Kayak Canada Canoe Kayak Canada is the national body for competitive paddling in Canada. We are a volunteer led and staff driven organization made up of a community of paddling enthusiasts – athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, staff and supporters – from coast to coast. We are seeking […]... Read More

Cameron Smedley Paddles to Best Result of Season

Sep
3
Canoe Kayak Canada

IVREA, ITALY (September 1, 2017) –  Cameron Smedley of Dunrobin, Ontario produced his best result of the Canoe Slalom World Cup season finishing 20th in Ivrea, Italy. Unfortunately, Cameron’s run wasn’t good enough to advance on to the final. Cameron incurred four penalty seconds while negotiating the 23-gate course. Sideris Tasiadis of Germany won the […]... Read More

Slalom Athlete’s Resume World Cup Season in Ivrea, Italy

Sep
1
Canoe Kayak Canada

IVREA, ITALY (September 1, 2017) –  Canoe Kayak Canada’s team is back in action at the fourth stop of the International Canoe Federation’s Canoe Slalom World Cup series. The man-made whitewater course flows from the glacial waters of the Dora Baltea river. Ivrea is known as one of the most challenging whitewater courses on the […]... Read More

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