KRAKOW, POLAND – Jessica Groeneveld of Innisfail, ON was Canada’s top finisher at the second ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Krakow, Poland. Groeneveld finished 28th in the Women’s K1 semi-final on Sunday while Michael Tayler of Ottawa, ON was 37th in the Men’s K1 semi on Saturday.
The Canadian team will travel to Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia next weekend to compete in the third ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup before returning home to focus on final preparations for the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games.
Summary of Results
|Jessica Groeneveld (Innisfail, ON)||Women’s K1||28th in semi|
|Michael Tayler (Ottawa, ON)||Men’s K1||37th in semi|
|Haley Daniels (Calgary, AB)||Women’s C1||25th in heats|
|Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON)||Men’s C1||31st in heats|
|Jazmyne Denhollander (Chilliwack, BC)||Women’s K1||41st in heats|
|Thea Froehlich (Ottawa, ON)||Women’s K1||43rd in heats|
|David Ford (Edmonton, AB)||Men’s K1||69th in heats|
|Ben Hayward (Edmonton, AB)||Men’s K1||86th in heats|
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