CKBC News

Spring Sprint Training Camp a success in Pitt Meadows

April 15, 2019 — Over 20 sprint athletes took part in CKBC's Spring Training Camp at the Pitt Meadows Paddling Club from April 13-14. While the weather was less than the ideal, the athletes worked hard and the camp was a success. Next up for the sprint athletes are the Slawko Fedechko Season Opener Regatta, National Team Trials and the beginning of CKBC's BC...

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Five CKBC athletes taking part in National Canoe Slalom Team Trials

April 11, 2019 —   Five CKBC athletes are in Oklahoma City this weekend for the National Canoe Slalom Team Trials. Taking place at Riversport OKC, the competition runs April 12-14. Representing B.C. and from the Chilliwack Centre of Excellence: Austin Atkins Finley Capstick  Jakob Kryworuchko  Isabel Taylor  Finn Wakeling  Follow the action on-line: Live results Updated PDF results  

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Lightening Kayaks for Sale! CKBC selling their fleet of beginner kayaks

April 8, 2019 — Canoe Kayak BC is selling their fleet of Lightening kayaks.  The Lightening kayaks are best suited for younger athletes (under 100 lbs - 120 lbs). As the Lightening kayak is a great boat to tranistion from a recreational kayak to a racing boat, they are perfect for clubs running beginner sprint racing programs. Price: $800 / boat Number of boats...

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Kamloops paddler's design one of five finalists in CKC contest

April 5, 2019 — Canoe Kayak Canada has announced the five finalists in their 2019 Design Contest. Among the finalists is a design by Kamloops Canoe & Kayak Club paddler Mischa Grover.  Grover, who is 11, describes her design as follows: "Around the Canada canoe kayak logo I have two circles. They represent the two elements of the classic canoe kayak sport. In between...

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BC Games Development Camps taking place this summer

April 2, 2019 —   Canoe Kayak BC is hosting a series of BC Games Development Camps throughout B.C. this summer. These training camps provide athletes the opportunity to practice in sprint boats that are used at the BC Summer Games, meet new friends and learn new skills. The camps kick-off on July 2 in Prince George. Interested athletes are requested to register on-line...

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