Woodland places First in Marathon Canoeing at Tony Cote Summer Games

Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan wishes to congratulate all athletes who competed in the 2019 Tony Cote Summer Games last week hosted by Flying Dust First Nation!

Athletes aged 12 to 18 competed in Marathon Canoeing in sprint and long distance events.

In overall Marathon Canoeing points, Woodland placed First, Prince Albert Grand Council placed second, and third went to (tie) Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs and Touchwood Agency Tribal Council.

The Tony Cote Winter/Summer Games (formerly known as the Saskatchewan First Nation Winter/Summer Games) was initiated in 1974 by Chief Tony Cote and the Council of the Cote First Nation and their membership.

Learn more about the Tony Cote Summer and Winter Games at