Marathon paddlers to compete in Oklahoma City

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

OTTAWA, ON - Six Canadian paddlers will compete at the ICF Marathon World Cup on Wednesday, October 2 in Oklahoma City. Race distances range from 17.2 to 30.1 kilometres and include several portages. This is a test event for the 2014 ICF Marathon World Championships to be held in Oklahoma City next September 26 to 28.

K1 Senior Men
Ian Mackenzie (Victoria, BC)
Mike Vincent (Regina, SK)
Fearghus Vincent (Regina, SK)
Sam Roworth (Toronto, ON)

K1 Senior Women
Caroline Cooke

K1 Junior Women
Lexy Vincent (Regina, SK)

CanoeKayak Canada is the national governing body for competitive paddling in Canada. The organization’s vision is to be a Canadian sport for families, communities and champions. From supporting clubs to developing a competitive National Team, CanoeKayak Canada works to grow a sport which is a rich part of Canada’s heritage.

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