Canadian sprint paddlers start up World Cup 3 in Serbia

Jun
2
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Posted By: Canoe Kayak Canada

BELGRADE, SERBIA (June 2, 2017) — Canadian sprint paddlers have continued on to the third and final ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Belgrade, Serbia.

Katie Vincent (Mississauga, ON) won her heat in the Women’s C1 500m to advance directly to tomorrow’s final. Vincent will attempt to add to her medal count for the World Cup tour which is currently at four after last weekend in Szeged.

Michelle Russell (Fall River, NS) finished third in the Women’s K1 500m semi-final to advance to tomorrow’s final. Alanna Bray-Lougheed (Oakville, ON) and Natalie Davison (Ottawa, ON) finished second in the Women’s K2 200m to advance to the final.

Two Canadian crews advanced to the final in the Women’s C2 200m. Rowan Hardy-Kavanagh (Ottawa, ON) and Anne-Sophie Lavoie-Parent (Trois-Rivières, QC) were second in their heat while Hannah MacIntosh (Dartmouth, NS) and Nadya Crossman-Serb (Winnipeg, MB) were third in their heat.

In Paracanoe events, Erica Scarff (Toronto, ON) raced on her own in the Women’s KL3 200m event to post a time of 54.032 seconds. Zacharie Lauziere-Fitzgerald (Sherbrooke, QC) finished third in the Men’s KL3 200m while Trinity Tratch (Calgary, AB) was fifth in the same race. Mathieu St-Pierre (Shawinigan, QC) finished fourth in the Men’s KL2 200m.

Competition continues through to Sunday in Belgrade.

Results and Live Streaming Video

 

Summary of Results

Athlete Event Result
Katie Vincent (Mississauga, ON) Women’s C1 500m 1st in semi

Advanced to A-final

Michelle Russell (Fall River, NS) Women’s K1 500m 3rd in semi

Advanced to A-final

Alanna Bray-Lougheed (Oakville, ON)

Natalie Davison  (Ottawa, ON)

Women’s K2 200m 2nd in semi

Advanced to A-final

Rowan Hardy-Kavanagh  (Ottawa, ON)

Anne-Sophie Lavoie-Parent (Trois-Rivières, QC)

Women’s C2 200m 2nd in heat

Advanced to A-final

Hannah MacIntosh (Dartmouth, NS)

Nadya Crossman-Serb (Winnipeg, MB)

Women’s C2 200m 3rd in heat

Advanced to A-final

Erica Scarff (Toronto, ON) Women’s KL3 200m 1st overall
Zacharie Lauziere-Fitzgerald (Sherbrooke, QC) Men’s KL3 200m 3rd overall
Mathieu St-Pierre (Shawinigan, QC) Men’s KL2 200m 4th overall
Trinity Tratch (Calgary, AB) Men’s KL3 200m 5th overall
Mark Oldershaw (Burlington, ON)

Craig Spence (Dartmouth, NS)

Men’s C2 1000m 4th in semi

Advanced to B-final

Roland Varga (Richmond Hill, ON)

Drew Hodges (Ottawa, ON)

Men’s C2 1000m 5th in semi

Advanced to B-final

Jarret Kenke (Saskatoon, SK)

Marshall Hughes (Waverley, NS)

Men’s K2 1000m 5th in semi

Advanced to B-final

Mark James (Dartmouth, NS) Men’s C1 1000m 8th in semi

Advanced to B-final

Anne-Sophie Lavoie-Parent (Trois-Rivières, QC) Women’s C1 500m 5th in semi

Advanced to B-final

Courtney Stott (Pickering, ON) Women’s K1 500m 7th in semi

Did not advance

Marc Tarling (Pointe-Claire, QC) Men’s C1 1000m 8th in heat

Did not advance

Nick Matveev (Toronto, ON)

Pierre-Luc Poulin (Lac-Beauport, QC)

Men’s K2 1000m 9th in semi

Did not advance

Afternoon heats
Lissa Bissonnette (Sherbrooke, QC) Women’s K1 200m 4th in heat

Advanced to semi

Anne-Sophie Lavoie-Parent (Trois-Rivières, QC) Women’s C1 200m 3rd in heat

Advanced to semi

Laurence Vincent Lapointe (Trois-Rivières, QC) Women’s C1 200m 1st in heat

Advanced to semi

Alex Scott (Bedford, NS) Men’s K1 200m 2nd in heat

Advanced to semi

Alanna Bray-Lougheed (Oakville, ON)

Natalie Davison  (Ottawa, ON)

Women’s K2 500m 3rd in heat

Advanced to semi

Michelle Russell (Fall River, NS)

Andréanne Langlois (Québec, QC)

Women’s K2 500m 4th in heat

Advanced to semi

 

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