Day 1 Podium Results from ADCKC athletes at 2019 Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships! Pictured is Ian Gaudet (Gold, Banook), Craig Johnson (Silver, Senobe), and Cole Parsons (Bronze, Banook) in the U16 Men K-1 1000m.
Junior Women K-1 1000m
Gold: Ashley Card, Maskwa 04:14.399
Silver: Grace Whebby, Micmac 04:16.105
Junior Women C-1 1000m
Gold: Marlee Macintosh, Maskwa 04:48.339
Junior Men C-1 1000m
Bronze: Nick Baert, Senobe 04:07.820
U16 Women K-1 1000m
Bronze: Raine Myers, Banook 04:22.447
U16 Women C-1 1000m
Silver: Geneva Bond, Maskwa 04:40.108
Bronze: Ava Carew, Senobe 04:44.384
U16 Men K-1 1000m
Gold: Ian Gaudet, Banook 03:48.450
Silver: Craig Johnson, Senobe 03:53.480
Bronze: Cole Parsons, Banook 03:54.400
U18 Women C-1 1000m
Silver: Jessica Mackay, Maskwa 04:55.519
U18 Men C-1 1000m
Gold: Andrew Billard, Maskwa 04:06.360
Senior Women K-1 1000m
Gold: Michelle Russell, Cheema 04:01.105
Senior Men K-1 1000m
Silver: Marshall Hughes, Cheema 03:36.992
Senior Men C-1 1000m
Gold: Craig Spence, Cheema 03:54.979
Silver: Connor Fitzpatrick, Senobe 03:55.243
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Competition runs from September 13th to 15th.
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