Team Alberta wins the Brian Creer Cup in Jonquière, Quebec

Posted By: Canoe Kayak Canada

Ottawa, Ontario (August 26, 2016) – The 2016 national Whitewater championships have closed and team Alberta has successfully defended it’s grasp on the prestigious Brian Cup cup trophy. The cup is awarded to the top performing provincial team over the course of the wildwater and canoe slalom events help throughout the Saguenay region August 16-21 on the Shipshaw and Rivière aux Sables rivers.


Alberta Slalom Canoe Kayak’s head coach, Michael Holroyd was ecstatic to re-claim the trophy and reported that the team was well prepared for the event. “We’re really happy to win the Brian Creer Cup again. All the athletes and coaches prepared themselves for their individual races well, all the while keeping in mind the team that supports them. We’re looking forward to the challenge of repeating 2017 in Ottawa!The 2017 Whitewater National Championships will take place in Ottawa, Ontario at the Pumphouse race course in LeBreton Flats from August 2-6, 2017.

Brian Creer Cup Overall Standings

Province Brian Creer Cup Points
Alberta 110
Ontario 96
Quebec 58
Yukon 21
Saskatchewan 12
British Columbia 8


Open National Championships Results – Canoe

C1 Women C1 Men C2 Men C2 Mixed
Haley Daniels, AB Spencer Pomeroy, ON Alexander Price & Trevor Boyd Gemma Grochmal & Cole Oruski, AB
Lois Betteridge, ON Liam Smedley, ON
Kylie Zirk, SK Benjamin Risk, ON


Open National Championships Results – Kayak

K1 Women K1 Men
Jessica Groeneveld, AB Ben Hayward, AB
Lois Betteridge, ON Ryley Penner, AB
Haley Daniels, AB Cédric De Marneffe, QC


Full Result Summary

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James Cartwright
High Performance Manager, Canoe Kayak Canada