Marathon Canoe Race at Qu’Appelle River

Marathon Canoe Race at Qu’Appelle River

The Regina Marathon Canoe Club is hosting an upstream/downstream river race at the Qu’Appelle River in Craven, Saskatchewan. Join the RMCC and the beautiful fall scenery for a fun and competitive paddle. There will be a two phase start at race time: Phase 1 will be stock class boats and Pro Marathon C1sPhase 2 will be Pro Marathon C2s. Cost is $10 per person. There will be a complimentary snack and hydration bar after the race in conjunction with our AGM and major announcements for next season! Contact Scott Brunskill with the RMCC for details: rmccsask@gmail.com Learn more about the RMCC at...
Paddle with Fall Colours – Prince Albert – September 29, 2019

Paddle with Fall Colours – Prince Albert – September 29, 2019

“Paddle with the Fall Colors” You are invited to paddle with the KPC! Details Date – September 29 / Sunday, 2019 – Meet at 10am. Meet & Departure Location – KPC Boat House (15thS & 8thA W) COST is KPC / CKS Membership – End of Season Sale Price – $15.00 No charge if you are already a KPC Member.MEET at the KPC Boat House @ 10 am to organize vehicle transportation & depart ASAP. Guided by KPC experienced paddlers.ROUTE paddle to Cecile Ferry (4 hours) and return to PA by vehicle.EQUIPMENT bring your canoe, kayak, SUP, paddles, life jackets, suitable clothing, rain wear, footwear, waterproof bag & lunch.KPC equipment available – 6 canoes with life jackets & paddles @ no extra charge.  MUST BOOK IN ADVANCE with Ron Horn at FAE by email: fae.ron@sasktel.netKPC & FAE supplying 2 x 8 place canoe / kayak trailers.BBQ right after our return at the KPC Boat House – serving hamburgers and refreshments @ no charge.For more trip details contact Dwight Bergstrom – 306-961-9601 We do require KPC and CKS Membership Forms to be filled out and received prior to hitting the water on Sunday morning (CKS liability concerns)Therefore please print and complete the attached forms and drop them and the $15 membership fee / person (cash or cheque made out to the Kistahpinanihk Paddling Club) off at FAE not later than September 27 / Friday @ 5pm.If you do not have access to a printer FAE will have forms available to fill out the store. Click here to access the forms. Thanks in advance for your extra cooperation in planning this trip. Please...
Saskatoon Rec & Rookie Race – September 15, 2019

Saskatoon Rec & Rookie Race – September 15, 2019

The Saskatoon Rec & Rookie Race is coming up on Sunday, September 15th and we hope you can make it! The programming events will be as follows: 10am registration at Victoria Boathouse3 races will follow in sequence:  Flag Relay Race Buoy Course Race (new this year!) Mini Marathon Food and prizes after the races The day should wrap up around 1pm. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. Everyone is welcome – all ages, all boats, all abilities. Fun times!  Volunteers are needed for safety boat, timing, and registration so if you are able and willing to help out please let me know. Hope to see you there! For more information, contact Edith MacHattie at...
Regina Set to Host Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships

Regina Set to Host Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships

REGINA (August 15, 2019) – Athletes from across Canada are preparing to travel to Regina to compete in the Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships. The event, being hosted by the Wascana Racing Canoe Club, runs from August 27 to September 1 and will be held at Wascana Lake. The championships which are in their 120th year, have been hosted in Regina on four other occasions.Close to 1000 athletes from 40 clubs from across Canada are expected to compete for the title of national champion in various canoe and kayak events over distances of 200, 500, 1000 and 6000 metres. The event also includes para and master events, as well as the Canadian Masters Championship (CanMas).  It is expected that most national team members, including several Olympians, will be in Regina to compete for their home clubs. The senior national team is currently in Szeged, Hungary preparing for the International Canoe Federation (ICF) World Championships which runs from August 21 to 25. Saskatchewan athletes who have been on the podium at the national level will compete for their clubs, including some who have represented Canada internationally. The daily race schedule will consist of heats and finals, with medals being presented at the end of each day. Single boat races (C1 and K1) will kick off the competition on Tuesday and Wednesday. Crew boat races (K2, K4 and C4 and War Canoe/C15) start Thursday and Paracanoe and Masters races get underway on Friday. The main part of the competition will wrap up on Saturday with burgees being presented to the clubs winning the most points. CanMas takes place on September 1. A number...
2019 Aspire, Perspire, Inspire – A Health, Wellness and Self-Esteem Conference for Female Athletes and their Coaches

2019 Aspire, Perspire, Inspire – A Health, Wellness and Self-Esteem Conference for Female Athletes and their Coaches

Aspire, Perspire, Inspire is a health, wellness and self-esteem conference for female athletes from all sport disciplines aged 10-18.  This conference will provide opportunities for physical, mental and emotional education and development for young female athletes while also providing opportunities to connect with like minded young women and with a variety of sports experts and professionals in our community.  Goals Provide high level education in the areas such as; strength/conditioning, mental training, nutrition, self-esteem, yoga, flexibility and women’s self-defense to young female athletes from diverse sport backgrounds by expert presenters, facilitators and keynote speakers.Develop a community of positivity:  ASPIRE: help young female athletes to set goals and to strive for Olympic or high level sport dreams.PERSPIRE: work on strength, conditioning, nutrition, flexibility and mental training to assist young, female athletes to pursue their aspirations in sport.INSPIRE: Create a new generation of role models who will encourage and set a positive example for female participation in high level sport. The event takes place Saturday, September 21 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm at Living Hope Alliance Church. Registration is $80.00 and includes: ·         4 break out sessions ·         2 snacks ·         Lunch ·         Closing keynote Please consider promoting this amazing event with your team/female athletes.  There are also sessions for coaches and parents! Registration link can be found here: https://forms.gle/XgZNGPLDDUonUcge7 Visit our facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/femaleathleteconference/ The schedule for the event is as follows: 9:00-9:15 Registration 9:15-10:15 am Breakout Session A/ Coaches Session A 10:15-10:30 Nutrition Break 10:30-11:30 Breakout Session B/ Coaches Session B 11:30-12:30 Lunch *Please note although lunch is provided, athletes with dietary restrictions such as gluten free, lactose free or vegan should bring their own...
2019 Sprint Nationals Volunteers Needed

2019 Sprint Nationals Volunteers Needed

Seeking Volunteers to assist with the 2019 Sprint Canoe kayak Championships on Wascana Lake Regina, Sask from August 27th to September 1st 2019 1,000 athletes will gather representing over 40 Canadian Sprint Canoe Clubs. Be part of the events. Over 1,000 Canadian athletes from 40 clubs from across the country, including members of the Canadian National Team, will paddle down Wascana Lake looking to win National titles at the Canadian Sprint Canoe Kayak Championships and the Canadian Masters Championships. The host committee is looking for volunteers to help with the operation of the 2019 Canadian Sprint Canoe Kayak Championships. There are many positions that need to be filled on a daily basis be it for a whole day or part of the day some of which are on land or on the Water. We require people to assist with things like results, medals and ceremonies, Reception tent for volunteer coordination, assisting with post race boat checks as well as Safety and Boat Drivers (a valid pleasure craft operator license is required to drive a boat) to name a few. If you are interested please email volunteeryqr@gmail.com If you have any questions please contact Chris Laplante at  ct.laplante@sasktel.net   I would be happy to answer as soon as possible or you can call me at (306)...
Pimiskatan-La Ronge Eagle Point Marathon Canoe Race a Huge Success!

Pimiskatan-La Ronge Eagle Point Marathon Canoe Race a Huge Success!

Eagle Point Classic Canoe Race Saturday, August 24, 2019 Final Results Race Routes: 7-km route went to the rocky reef in McGibbon Bay and back again 17.75-km route did one clockwise lap around the Marina island and then headed to the Downton Lake portage, crossed Downton Lake, then went down the Campbell Channel, then across Nut Portage, and then finished by coming back up McGibbon Bay Weather: Cloudy with some showers, + 16 C, wind SE 5 km/hr 7-km Race Dan Beveridge, Saskatoon & Reuben Maan, Toronto 0:44:32Warren Kelly & Mike Soares, La Ronge 0:49:53Sally Venne, Sucker River & Haley Zarazun, La Ronge 0:55:48Rob Mackenzie, La Ronge (Freedom solo) 0:57:34Nicholas Charles, Sucker River & Jessica Gill, Prince Albert 1:01:35Marian Andrews & Amila Andrews, La Ronge 1:32:11Lachlan Andrews, La Ronge (kayak) 1:46:26Nathan Andrews, La Ronge (SUP) NTR 17.75-km Race (Canoe) Ragnar Robinson, Regina & Scott Fraser, Saskatoon Wenonah pro shell) 1:48:37Bill Jeffery & Matt Gill, Prince Albert (Savage River Susquehanna) 1:51:30Rick Hall & Bob Jarvis, Flin Flon (cedar strip shell) 1:53:58Sid Robinson, La Ronge & Andrew Brisbin, Saskatoon (black Kisseynew) 1:58:07Ken English & Kate Germin, Saskatoon (Wenonah Minnesota 2) 1:59:18Hilary Johnstone, La Ronge & Nichole Moen, Regina (white Whitewater 2) 2:03:00Bryanna Van Leuvan, Saskatoon & Annie Charles, Prince Albert 2:07:16Martin Bernardin & Catriona Kaiser-Derick, La Ronge (black Kisseynew)...