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Call for Candidates: Domestic Development Committee – Athlete Representative

Sep
20
Canoe Kayak Canada

Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for one individual to join the organization’s Sprint Domestic Development Committee (DDC) as the Athlete Representative. This position is instrumental in providing an athlete’s perspective to the discussions and decision-making of the organization. The main role of the DDC is to provide technical expertise and guidance to CKC staff and […]... Read More

CKC AGM Registration – September 26, 2019

Sep
18
Canoe Kayak Canada

Please see the event registration link for our Annual General Meeting taking place on September 26, 2019 at 8PM EST. Please register as soon as possible. AGM Registration Files will be uploaded into the file AGM/AGA 2019: Current files can be found here... Read More

Call for Candidates – Freestyle Committee

Sep
17
CanoeKayak Canada

  Call for Candidates – Freestyle Committee Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for individuals to join the Freestyle Committee. This is a sub-committee of the Canoe Kayak Canada Whitewater (CKC-W) Council. The main role of the Freestyle Committee is to provide technical direction and oversight of the Freestyle discipline. The Freestyle Committee will meet at […]... Read More

Freestyle Coaching Services – Expression of Interest

Sep
17
CanoeKayak Canada

Freestyle Coaching Services – Expression of Interest The Canoe Kayak Canada Freestyle Committee is interested in engaging a coach or set of coaches to support the development of Canadian Freestyle athletes between January 2020 and October 2021 (post Nottingham World Championships). We are looking for coach(es) to provide the following services: Organize athlete developmental and […]... Read More

Sprint and Paracanoe Paddlers Test out Tokyo

Sep
17
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TOKYO, JAPAN (September 17, 2019) – Canada’s top sprint and paracanoe paddlers competed at the ‘Ready, Steady, Test Event in Tokyo, Japan from September 12-15. Over 45 nations participated in this familiarization event at the home of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic venue in the Tokyo Bay Zone. “This event provided us with an opportunity […]... Read More

Podium success for Young Sprint Paddlers on the International Stage

Sep
16
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Bratislava, Slovakia (September 16, 2019) – Canadian sprint paddlers earned an impressive twelve medals, including five gold medals at the 2019 Olympic Hopes Regatta in Bratislava, Slovakia this weekend. The Olympic Hopes Competition is an event focused on young paddlers aged 16 to 17 on the Olympic pathway.  This event has emerged over the past […]... Read More

Sep
16
CanoeKayak Canada

Call for Candidates – Freestyle Committee Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for individuals to join the Freestyle Committee. This is a sub-committee of the Canoe Kayak Canada Whitewater (CKC-W) Council. The main role of the Freestyle Committee is to provide technical direction and oversight of the Freestyle discipline. The Freestyle Committee will meet at least […]... Read More

NextGen Paddlers set to compete at Olympic Hopes Regatta

Sep
12
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Bratislava, Slovakia (September 12, 2019) – Sixteen Canadian sprint paddlers are set to compete at the 2019 Olympic Hopes Regatta at the newly built Zemník venue in Bratislava, Slovakia. The Olympic Hopes Competition is an event focused on young paddlers aged 16 to 17 selected to compete internationally against athletes from over 30 countries. “The […]... Read More

Sprint and Paracanoe Paddlers Competing at 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Venue

Sep
11
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TOKYO, JAPAN (September 11, 2019) – Canada’s top sprint and paracanoe paddlers are set to compete this week in the ‘Ready, Steady, Test Event in Tokyo, Japan from September 12-15. Nine Canadian elite athletes will test out the Sea Forest Waterway venue, home of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic competition. Over 45 nations will participate […]... Read More

Team Canada Set for World Ocean Racing Championships

Sep
11
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SAINT-PIERRE QUIBERON, FRANCE (September 10, 2019) – Team Canada paddlers are set to compete at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Ocean Racing World Championships in Saint-Pierre Quiberon, France. Canada will have three U23 athletes competing in the World Championships race held on a challenging 21.93 KM downwind course of the Normandy coast on Wednesday. “CKC […]... Read More