Canoe/Kayak Canada Names Sprint National Teams

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

CanoeKayak Canada named its sprint National Teams for the 2013-2014 season. Selections are based on results of the 2013 competition season as set out in the selection criteria.

Up to 42 National Team athletes receive carding support through Sport Canada’s Athlete Assistance Program. The full National Team roster is subject to change over the course of the year based on performance evaluations and specific team selections. Athletes may be named to race for Canada regardless of carding status. Click here for complete carded national team List.

CanoeKayak Canada has named a 56-athlete Senior Development Team and a 35-athlete Junior Development Team. These athletes have been identified for development opportunities such as training camps. Click here for complete national development team List.

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