Jazmyne Denhollander places 8th at Canoe Slalom Junior World Championships

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Wausau, Wisconsin – Jazmyne Denhollander of Yarrow, BC places 8th in the
women’s junior K1 event at the 2012 ICF Junior Canoe Slalom World
Championships in Wasuau, Wisconsin. CKC whitewater high performance manager James Cartwright said, “This is
a fantastic experience for Jazmyne to race in the final amongst the best
junior paddlers in the world. Jazmyne is a determined athlete and her
hard work has paid off today. The Canadian coaches are looking forward
to seeing what Jazmyne will do next season when she moves up into the
senior age category.”

CanadaKayak Canada concluded the Junior and U23 World Championships with
4 athletes qualifying for the finals. Ben Hayward of Edmonton, Alberta
placed 6th in the men’s U23 K1 event, Alexandra McGee of Ottawa, Ontario
and Haley Daniels of Calgary, Alberta placed 7th and 8th respectively in
the women’s C1 event, and Jazmyne Denhollander of Yarrow, BC placed 8th
in the junior women’s K1 event. “The athletes’ performances are very encouraging and show that our
program is headed in the right direction,” Cartwright commented. “We
have several athletes who will be back again next year in both the U23
and junior age categories who will have learned a great deal from this
first ever combined U23 and Junior World Championships.”

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