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)...
Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Elects Duane Rieger as High Performance Director

Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Elects Duane Rieger as High Performance Director

Duane has joined our Board of Directors as our High Performance Director. Duties of the High Performance Director include the development and implementation of CKS’ high-performance plan for Olympic sport disciplines. Duane has over 8 years volunteer sport experience including 6 years as the Director of Finance for Biathlon Saskatchewan. Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan welcomes Duane to the...

Hingley Strikes Gold at Western Canada Summer Games

Hingley enjoys golden weekend for Saskatchewan Jayden Hingley of Saskatoon won five gold medals while representing Team Saskatchewan on the opening weekend of the Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current. Learn more by reading this article at https://leaderpost.com/sports/local-sports/saskatchewan-strikes-gold-at-western-canada-summer-games...
CanMas 2019 Information

CanMas 2019 Information

The CanMas Championship will be held on September 1, 2019 on Lake Wascana. We are looking forward to a fun and exciting day of racing on lake Wascana to round off the National Championships week in Regina. NATIONALS GENERAL INFORMATION For event updates about the 2019 Canoe Kayak Canada Sprint National Championships, hosted by Wascana Racing Canoe Club in Regina, SK from August 27-31, and CanMas taking place on September 1, please visit: https://sprintnationals.canoekayak.ca/ This email contains key updates for CanMas 2019 including: CanMas Rules Safety Release Agreement Waiver Order of Events Entries Entry Fees CanMas Dinner and Special Events Thank you for taking the time to read through this update, please contact me with any questions. CanMas Rules The CanMas Rules for 2019 can be accessed here. Please note these key changes from 2018: 1- Doubles Events will be run as 10-year age categories, vs the 5-year categories used in recent years. This change was made to increase the competitive level in these events. 2- Singles 500m events have been added in the morning of CanMas. The intention is that each athlete will be able to race one 500m K1 or C1. These races will be close together and accommodating multiple races will be difficult, please plan entries accordingly. 3- Because the 500m singles have been added the race limit has been increased to 6 events + 1 additional mixed war canoe + 1 additional same sex war canoe (Men’s or Women’s). Safety The CKC Sprint Code of Safety applies to CanMas Competition. An important reminder, from the code: all participants must be able to swim at the level of the...