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Call for Nominations

R. Edgar Gilbert Award and the Fair Play Award

The Sprint Racing Discipline of CKC invites nominations for the R. Edgar
Gilbert Award which will be awarded at the annual general meeting of CKC
in 2013, and the Fair Play Award which will be awarded at the Nationals
in August 2013 at Montreal Quebec. Please see the details for
nomination under Policy on the CKC website.
R. Edgar Gilbert Award

The “Gilbert” Award is to recognize outstanding service to
our Association over a long period of time. The award was established
in 1983 to honour Mr. Gilbert who performed several duties in excess of
30 years, often setting his kitchen as the CCA office when he was the
Secretary. There are three categories for the Gilbert Award, i.e.,
Builder, Coach, and Official. When considering your nominee, please
specify the category as well.
Fair Play Award

The Fair Play Award is to recognize an act of fair play by
an athlete member or team at or in the year up to and including the
National Championships. As you may be aware, Fair Play Canada and the
Canadian Centre for Drug-free Sport have joined forces to form the
Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). Some of the objectives of
the CCES, which compliment the criteria for our Fair Play Award, include
the following: to promote ethical conduct in all aspects of sport in
Canada; promote the advancement of fair, ethical and excellent sport in
Canada; achieve a safe, accessible and ethical sport environment for all
Canadians by encouraging and promoting integrity, respect and high
ethical standards in sport; and provide leadership, assistance and
education resources to international communities to help establish and
promote fair and ethical sport.

Nomination Procedure

The Trophies and Awards Committee will receive nominations
in writing for each of the R. Edgar Gilbert Award and the Fair Play
Award. The deadline for submission of your nominations is November
30th, 2011 at the CKC office. The Committee will consider each of the
nominations and make a recommendation to the Sprint Racing Council and
presentations of the Awards will be conducted in accordance with the
criteria set out in the policies. If you have any questions, please contact (judy.tutty@sympatico.ca).

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Paddling community to recognize careers of retiring National Team athletes

DARTMOUTH, NS – The careers of six members of the CanoeKayak National Team will be recognized at a celebration and awards ceremony at the conclusion of the Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships. Presentations to honour the retiring athletes will take place on Saturday, August 25 at 4:45 p.m. at the awards area by Senobe Aquatic Club at 6 Nowlan Drive, Dartmouth, NS. The list of athletes retiring from the National Team at the end of this competitive season includes an Olympian bronze medalist and three Nova Scotian Olympians. All of the retiring athletes will be competing at the Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships on Lake Banook.

Thomas Hall Pointe-Claire, QC

11 years on the National Team (2000-2012)

Thomas marked his spot in the history books as an Olympic medalist by winning bronze in the C1 1000 at the 2008 Beijing Games. He first made waves on the international paddling scene in 1999 when he won a gold medal in C1 1000 at the Junior World Championships in Croatia. He won a silver medal at the 2006 World Championships in the C4 1000 metre. At Pan American Championships in 2003, Thomas won gold in the C1 1000 metre and paired with Ian Mortimer to win bronze in the C2 500 metre. He was also the first canoer to win the overall world cup title in 2008. Thomas grew up paddling at the Pointe-Claire Canoe Club and has won multiple medals at World Cups and Canadian Championships.

Karen Furneaux Waverley, NS

15 years on the National Team (1995-2010)

Karen began her paddling career in 1988 and ten years later, she became the first Nova Scotian athlete to win a world championship in any sport, with a dominant performance in the K2 200 metre. She is a nine-time ICF World Canoe Championships medalist; with two gold, three silver, and four bronze medals. Karen is also a three-time Olympian. Her best finish came in the K-2 500m event in Sydney in 2000, with a fifth place finish. Karen grew up paddling at the Cheema Aquatic Club in Waverley, NS and is still involved with the club.

Andrew Russell Dartmouth, NS

6 years on the National Team (2007-2012)

Andrew grew up paddling with his three brothers at the Banook Canoe Club. After some time away for university, Andrew remerged on the Canadian paddling scene in 2006 and won a silver medal in the C4 1000 at World Championships in his first year back to competition. Andrew teamed up with Gabriel Beauchesne-Sévigny of Trois-Rivières, QC to qualify for the 2008 Olympic Games where the crew place placed fifth in the 500 metre and sixth in the 1000 metre.

Richard Dalton Halifax, NS

14 years on the National Team (1999-2012)

Richard Dalton began his paddling at the age of 5 at the Maskwa Aquatic Club. He went on to compete at the 2004 Olympic Games in two events. He placed sixth in both the C1 500 metre and the C2 1000 metre with partner Michael Scarola at the Athens Games. Richard has proven himself as a versatile athlete by placing top five in all race distances sanctioned by the International Canoe Federation. He won a silver medal at the 2000 World Marathon Championships in Dartmouth, with his partner Michael Scarola in C2. In 2005, Richard earned a bronze medal in the C1 1000m at the World Championships in Zagreb. In the later part of his career, Richard became a 200-metre sprint specialist and qualified the Olympic spot for Canada in the C1 200 by winning gold at the Pan American Games last October.

Mylanie Barré Lac-Beauport, QC

13 years on the National Team (1999-2012)

Mylanie was a member of the Canadian Olympic Team in 2004 and 2008. A highlight of her career was her seventh place finish in the K2 500 metre at the 2004 Olympic Games with partner Caroline Brunet, who she considers an important role model and influence in her life. In 2008 she placed fifteenth in the K2 500 metre with Kristin Gauthier. Mylanie is a World bronze medalist in the K-2 1000m event which she earned at the 2003 World Championships in Gainesville, Georgia. She was originally born in Budapest, Hungary and both of her parents are also Olympians.

Ian Mortimer Ottawa, ON

7 years on the National Team (2005-2012)

Ian grew up paddling at the Rideau Canoe Club in Ottawa and made his international paddling debut at the 2001 Junior World Championships. The next year Ian made his first senior podium winning two silver medals at the World University Championships. In 2003 Ian paired up with Tom Hall to win a Bronze Medal in C2 500m at the Pan American Games in Santo Domingo. He first made the Senior National Team after a successful season in 2004 and went on to compete at four Senior World Championships, highlighted by an exciting 4th place in C-4 200m at the 2009 Championships in Dartmouth. Ian is a two time World Cup gold medallist and has won 15 Canadian Championships as both a paddler and war canoe cox.

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Registration open for 2012 BC Aboriginal Provincial CANOE Championships

TO DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM or FOR MORE INFO, CLICK HERE TO VISIT
EVENT WEBSITE (nitinahtlake.com) The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council is pleased to present 2012 BC Aboriginal Provincial CANOE Championships

September 22-23, 2012

Nitinaht Lake, Vancouver Island, BC

Hosted by the Ditidaht First Nation

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED! The hosts are providing the NAIG-style CANOES and
kayaks, including paddles.

MEALS provided. FREE camping accommodations available. SHUTTLE
TRANSPORTATION from Victoria and Nanaimo ferry terminals provided.

Thanks to the support of the event partners, the Partners Council,
Ditidaht First Nation, Canoe Kayak BC and the Province of BC, there is
NO fee to participate in this event! FREE for Aboriginal youth!

Aboriginal youth paddlers are invited to compete for the Aboriginal
Provincial title at the 2nd annual BC Aboriginal Provincial Canoe
Championship. The 2014 North American Indigenous Games are coming to
Canada in July of 2014 and it’s time to begin preparing and training*!
This event will help prepare Aboriginal youth to compete in the
recreational style marathon canoes used at NAIG. This event is
sanctioned by CanoeKayak BC. Registration is open to eligible
participants – No pre-qualification required.

* This year’s event is not a Team BC Selection event, but rather a
Developmental ID and training opportunity that provides competitive
experience in NAIG style canoes and NAIG format for Aboriginal youth
interested in pursuing Team BC – NAIG. While the 2012 BC Aboriginal
Championship is for youth ages 10 to 19 (born 1993 to 2002), please note
the 2014 NAIG canoe events will be for youth born from years 1995 to
2002. For more details and to download registration form, please visit www.nitinahtlake.com Lara Mussell Savage

Manager, Sport Development & Competitions Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council
Phone: 250.388.5522 ext. 233 | 1.800.990.2432

Mobile: 604.799.1456

Email: teambc@bcaafc.com

For more information on the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical
Activity Partners Council, please visit our webpage: www.bcaafc.com/initiatives/ASRPA-Partners-Council or find us on
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ASRPAPartnersCouncil

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New generation dominates the Canoe Slalom National Championships

Congratulations Jazmyne…and coach Jon Allen!

New generation dominates the Canoe Slalom National Championships VALLEYFIELD, QUEBEC – Cameron Smedley of Dunrobin and Ben Hayward of Edmonton stole the show at the 2012 Canoe Slalom National Championships. Smedley won the men’s single canoe event and Hayward won the men’s single kayak event. Both athletes also teamed up to win the men’s double canoe event on a technically demanding course. Jazmyne Denhollander of Yarrow, BC claimed the women’s single kayak win while Alexandra McGee of Ottawa clinched the women’s single canoe National title.

Cameron Smedley, only 21 years old is looking to pick-up the World Cup season right where he left off in the June World Cup events. Smedley is taking paddling to a whole new standard after receiving disappointing news from the International Canoe Federation that Canada would not receive a reallocated continental quota for the London Olympics. CanoeKayak Canada Slalom High Performance Manager, James Cartwright, says that the National Team is young and shows much potential. “It’s great to see an infusion of youth in the National Team program. This year all the National Champions are under the age of 23. Jazmyne Denhollander is in her final year as a Junior athlete yet she is still competitive with the Senior athletes. We have a talented group of up and coming athletes in the program and their performances are on the rise. It’s very encouraging.”

The National Team will head over to Czech Republic and Slovakia to participate in the final two World Cups of the competitive season. Michael Tayler of Ottawa did not participate in the National Championships because he was participating in the London closing ceremonies. Tayler will be joining the rest of the National Team for World Cups # 4 and # 5.

National Championships Results Summary

Men’s K1 Final Result

Ben Hayward (Edmonton, AB) 1st John Hastings (Aurora, ON) 2nd Pierre Levesque (Ste Anne des Plaines, QC) 3rd Women’s K1 Final Result

Jazmyne Denhollander (Yarrow, BC) 1st Thea Froehlich (Ottawa, ON) 2nd Jessica Groeneveld (Innisfail, AB) 3rd Men’s C1 Final Result

Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON) 1st Spencer Pomeroy (Ottawa, ON) 2nd

Julian Potvin-Bernal (Chelsea, QC) 3rd Women’s C1 Final Result Alexandra McGee (Ottawa, ON) 1st Haley Daniels (Calgary, AB) 2nd

Aliesha Greve (Strathroy, ON) 3rd Men’s C2 Final Result

Ben Hayward (Edmonton) and Cameron Smedley (Ottawa) 1st

Jamie and Adam Cutts (Ottawa, ON) 2nd

Mike Holroyd (Edmonton) and James Cartwright (Ottawa) 3rd

Photos available upon request. Canoe Slalom Race Schedule

World Cup 4

August 24-26 Prague, Czech Republic

World Cup 5

August 31 – September 2

Bratislava, Slovakia

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James Cartwright

Slalom High Performance Manager, CanoeKayak Canada 613.715.0727 (cell)

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La nouvelle génération domine les Championnats nationaux de canoë slalom

VALLEYFIELD, QUÉBEC – Cameron Smedley de Dunrobin et Ben Hayward d’Edmonton ont volé le spectacle lors des Championnats nationaux de canoë slalom 2012. Smedley a remporté l’épreuve hommes C1 et Hayward à pris la première position dans l’épreuve hommes K1. Les deux athlètes ont aussi formé équipe pour gagner l’épreuve hommes C2 lors d’une course passablement difficile. Jazmyne Denhollander de Yarrow C.B. a remporté l’épreuve femmes K1 tandis qu’Alexandra McGee d’Ottawa à remporté le titre national dans l’épreuve femmes C1. Àgé de seulement 21 ans, Cameron Smedley est en voie de remporter la Coupe du monde de la saison, tout juste après avoir terminé les épreuves de la Coupe du monde de juin. Smedley est en train d’amener le canotage vers de nouveaux standards après avoir reçu des nouvelles désapointantes de la Fédération internationale de canotage à l’effet que le Canada ne recevrait pas un nouveau quota continental pour les Olympiques de Londres. James Cartwright, gérant de la Haute performance de canotage slalom de CanoeKayak Canada, nous a dit que l’équipe nationale est jeune et montre beaucoup de potentiel. “C’est enthousiasment de voir l’arrivée de jeunes dans le programme de l’équipe nationale. Cette année, tous les champions nationaux ont moins de 23 ans. Jazmyne Denhollander en est encore dans sa dernière année junior même si elle est très compétitive avec les athlètes seniors. Nous possédons un groupe bourré de talent, incluant les athlètes qui arrivent dans le programme; leurs performances sont définitivement à la hausse. C’est très encourageant. L’équipe nationale s’envolera vers la République Tchèque et la Slovaquie pour participer aux deux dernières coupes du monde cette saison. Michael Tayler d’Ottawa n’a pas participé aux championnats nationaux car il participait aux cérémonies de clôture à Londres. Tayler rejoindra l’équipe nationale pour les coupes du monde 4 et 5.

Sommaire des résultats des Championnats nationaux

Hommes K1 Résultat final

Ben Hayward d’Edmonton, AB 1er John Hastings d’Aurora, ON 2me Pierre Lévesque de Ste Anne des Plaines, QC 3me Femmes K1 Résultat final

Jazmyne Denhollander de Yarrow, C.B. 1ere Thea Froehlich d’Ottawa, ON 2me Jessica Groeneveld de Innisfail, AB 3me Hommes C1 Résultat final

Cameron Smedley de Dunrobin, ON 1er Spencer Pomeroy d’Ottawa, ON 2me

Julian Potvin-Bernal de Chelsea, QC 3me Femmes C1 Résultat final Alexandra McGee d’Ottawa, ON 1ere Haley Daniels de Calgary, AB 2me

Aliesha Greve de Strathroy, ON 3me Hommes C2 Résultat final

Ben Hayward d’Edmonton et Cameron Smedley d’Ottawa 1ers

Jamie and Adam Cutts d’Ottawa, ON 2mes

Mike Holroyd d’Edmonton et James Cartwright d’Ottawa 3mes

Photos disponibles sur demande. Calendrier des course de canoe slalom

Coupe du mond 4

Du 24 au 26 août Prague, République Tchèque

Coupe du monde 5

31 août – 2 septembre

Bratislava, Slovaquie

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James Cartwright

Gérant Haute performance slalom, CanoeKayak Canada 613.715.0727 (cell)

613.260.1818 x2205 jcartwright@canoekayak.ca

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de Jonge advances to final with fastest time in K1 200 semi

LONDON – Halifax’s Mark de Jonge and the K2 pair of Ryan Cochrane from Windsor, NS and Hugues Fournel from Lachine, QC have advanced to the 200 metre finals in CanoeKayak events at the London 2012 Olympic Games. de Jonge raced in the first 200 metre kayak race ever held at the Olympics. It was also his first time racing on the world stage this year due to a finger injury in April that kept him out of World Cups.

“This is really my first international race this year and it was good,” said de Jonge after qualifying for the final tomorrow morning. “It’s a pretty incredible feeling to race the gold medal race but I am trying to contain that feeling. I am going to go back to the village and relax and not think about it.”

de Jonge convincingly won his K1 200 metre heat with a time of 35.396 seconds. For a few minutes he held the Olympic best time which was beat in the second heat by a few fractions of a second.

The semi-final came down to a tight finish between de Jonge and Piotr Siemionowski of Poland. de Jonge edged out Siemionowski by two thousandths of a second to clock a 35.595. The final will take place on Saturday morning with coverage on CTV starting at 4:30 a.m. EST.

Cochrane and Fournel will also race in the finals tomorrow in the K2 200 metre. Cochrane and Fournel placed fourth in their semi-final with a time of 33.50 seconds. The crew also placed fourth in their heat and finished in a similar time of 33.40 seconds. “We have a better race waiting for us tomorrow,” said Cochrane. “We have not had our best race yet.” Fournel added, “It’s good to have these two races under way. We take everything positively. We have a lane in the final right now and we are going for it.”

Jason McCoombs of Dartmouth, NS missed making the C1 200 metre final by less than a second. McCoombs placed fourth in his semi-final and paddled a strong race. He shot his boat early and finished with a time of 42.255 seconds. McCoombs clocked 41.742 seconds in his heat and also finished fourth. He will race the B-final tomorrow morning and says he has learned a lot from his first Olympic races today.

“I found it hard to keep the stroke rate up and am a bit disappointed,” said McCoombs. “I learned a lot and experienced that the crowd can be a distraction. I have never been to a regatta with so many people. The support from home has been great.”

Émilie Fournel of Lachine, QC did not advance to the finals in the women’s K1 200. She finished seventh in her semi final and fifth in her heat. She clocked a time of 43.030 seconds in her semi and 43.117 seconds in her heat. Fournel favours the 500 metre distance and placed sixth in the B-final of that event yesterday.

With calm water and comfortable temperatures, racing conditions at Eton Dorney were ideal. The weather is expected to hold for tomorrow when the first 200 metre Olympic medals are set to be handed out. Members of de Jonge’s home club will gather tomorrow at Maskwa Aquatic Club in Halifax tomorrow morning at 5:30 Atlantic Time. Banook Canoe Club in Dartmouth will also gather to cheer on McCoombs and the rest of the Canadian team. -30-

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Media Attaché, CanoeKayak Canada

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van Koeverden and Oldershaw haul in two Olympic medals in CanoeKayak

Silver for van Koeverden and bronze for Oldershaw

LONDON – Adam van Koeverden and Mark Oldershaw have grown up together, trained together and now they are celebrating their Olympic medals together. van Koeverden won a silver medal in the K1 1000 to add to his full set of Olympic medals and twenty minutes later Mark Oldershaw became the first in his family to reach the Olympic podium with a bronze in the C1 1000. van Koeverden of Oakville, ON took an early lead and held onto the first place spot until he was caught in the final 100 metres of the race by Norway’s Eirik Veras Larsen. Veras Larsen won in a time of 3:26.46 and van Koeverden followed with a 3:27.17. Germany’s Max Hoff was third and clocked 3:27.75.

“Overall I am happy with my race,” said van Koeverden. “I tried to get as much air in my lungs and keep it going. Everybody is out there trying to win the race and I feel like my race plan went well. I was looking for a good finish. I can find the silver lining in silver.”

van Koeverden collected the fourth Olympic medal of his career at the victory ceremony in Eton Dorney after the race. He first climbed the Olympic podium eight years ago in Athens with a bronze in K1 1000 and a gold in K1 500 metre at the age of 22. He completed the set with a silver in the K1 500 in 2008. Teammate Mark Oldershaw of Burloak, ON got off to a good start and stayed in range of the leaders until he made his move in the second 500 metres. Oldershaw finished third in a time of 3:48.50. Sebastian Brendel of Germany won the race in a time of 3:47.17 and Spain’s David Cal took silver with a time of 3:48.05. Five Oldershaw have competed at the Olympic Games and Mark Oldershaw is the first of his family to win a medal. It was 64 years ago that his grandfather Bert raced at the Olympic Games in London. The list of Olympians in the family also includes his father and coach Scott who competed in 1984 and three uncles. Scott Oldershaw coaches both van Koeverden and Mark Oldershaw. He had a busy and rewarding morning at Eton Dorney as he helped to prepare both athletes for their best performances. At their home club in Oakville, members of the Burloak Canoe Club gathered to cheer on their heroes.

Following the additional medals, Canada was sitting in twelfth position for total medals at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

CanoeKayak has historically been one of Canada’s top performing summer Olympic sports is one of Own the Podium’s top funded sports. The two new medals make for a total of 23 won by Canada in CanoeKayak since the sport was first included in the Olympic Games in 1936. “We’re thrilled to see such amazing performances,” said Lorraine Lafrenière, Director General of CanoeKayak Canada. “These athletes have trained extremely hard with their coaches and it’s a delight to see them both bring home medals for Canada.”

Ryan Cochrane of Windsor, NS and Hugues Fournel of Lachine, QC raced the K2 1000 metre B-final this morning. The crew finished fourth with a time of 3:18.55. The crew specializes in the K2 200 metre event and finished within six seconds of the lead boat in the B-final for a distance they do not train. The action for the Canadian CanoeKayak team continues at Eton Dorney tomorrow just after 5:00 a.m. EST as Émilie Fournel of Lachine, QC races the B-final in the women’s K1 500. The 200 metre events kick off with heats and semi-finals on Friday at 4:30 a.m. EST and wrap up the regatta with finals on Saturday at the same time. Mark de Jonge of Halifax, NS and Jason McCoombs of Dartmouth, NS will make their Olympic debuts in the K1 200 and C1 200, respectively. Ryan Cochrane and Hugues Fournel will race K2 on Friday and Émilie Fournel will race K1 200. For broadcast times of the Canadian CanoeKayak team, visit http://canoekayak.ca/english/content/broadcast.

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Media Attaché, CanoeKayak Canada

+44 7714000808 llafreniere@canoekayak.ca

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