Distance Challenge

Date: May 1 to Jun 30
Time: 2 hrs

Course details: How much distance can you cover in 2 hours?
Rule: Take out where you put in (we’re aiming for neutral wind/current).

Final results ranked by total distance covered. You can re-post better results during the race period.

2020 Results

Final Results
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FlagPaddler_NameCraftGender_Age_DistPacePointsCredibilityCommentsBoard/BoatGPSSOCIAL
2
Tim OliverOC1M35-4921.4805:35100.0*****Breeze from the north... relatively flatVolareGPSSOCIAL
3
Dan MillerOC1M35-4920.0705:5993.4*****Hot and hot. Windy EhukaiGPSSOCIAL
4
Rob KavcicOC1M35-4919.9606:0192.9*****Nasty wind, but this was locked in my mind todayVolareGPSSOCIAL
5
Tim OliverSUPM35-4919.9406:01100.0*****flat water with a little breeze went full gas! Starboard SprintGPSSOCIAL
6
Daniel L MillerSUPM35-4918.4606:3092.6*****Super Gusty/windy. Warm air. (adjusted to 2 hrs)Carolina GPSSOCIAL
7
Marianne TaiOC1F35-4918.4306:31100.0*****gusty-ish but stayed in the sheltered bayAresGPSSOCIAL
8
Brad PetrusSUPM35-4918.4006:3192.3*****Very little wind, flat canal, slight current 14’ SprintGPSSOCIAL
9
Christine LefebvreOC1F35-4918.0306:3997.8*****
10km crossbreeze, some weed extrication, nice temp (adjusted)
HurricaneGPSSOCIAL
10
Carole FullertonOC1F50-6418.0006:4097.7*****tide, wind, surf, swell & boat wake - full on (adjusted)HurricaneGPSSOCIAL
11
Lisa ChampionOC1F50-6417.7606:4696.4*****Fairly calm water with undercurrent. Low wind. Hurricane GPSSOCIAL
12
Rob KavcicSUPM35-4917.7006:4788.8*****A little bit of everything in this oneInfinity BlackfishGPSSOCIAL
13
Sylvain St-CyrSUPM50-6417.6806:4788.7*****Drop my sunglasses lost à few secondsRiviera RP 14 x 25GPSSOCIAL
14
Dmitri TsvetkovSUPM35-4917.6306:4888.4*****Steady light gusts from East.Starboard SprintGPSSOCIAL
15
Ryan BlakeSUPM35-4917.5306:5187.9*****Flat Georgian Bay Morning. X wind died at 11kInfinity Whiplash 14GPSSOCIAL
16
Ryan CuthbertSUPM35-4917.4106:5487.3*****Nice tail wind first 9k, then huge headwind back24.5x14StarboardAllstarGPSSOCIAL
17
Stella GanOC1F35-4917.2906:5693.8*****Light SW Wind and flat.Nelo Excel 6.0GPSSOCIAL
18
Jessica RandoSUPF35-4917.0807:02100.0*****Light winds, felt super smooth on return trip!Infinity Blackfish 21.5GPSSOCIAL
19
Trevor QuintonSUPM35-4916.9607:0585.1*****15km + W winds It was HW most of time some tailInfinity whiplashGPSSOCIAL
20
Maxwell AckfordSUPM20-3416.9407:0585.0*****Wind picked up 30min in. Starboard AllstarGPSSOCIAL
21
Dan DakinSUPM35-4916.7107:1183.8*****Super flat conditionsBlu Wave Carbon Race 14GPSSOCIAL
22
Chris BuottSUPM35-4916.7107:1183.8*****Headwind for 8km, side wind for 8.71km back on 2020 Starboard AllstarGPSSOCIAL
23
David McMillanSUPM35-4916.6707:1283.6*****Calm to breezy. Hot and busy with boat traffic404 Jump 14x23.5 GPSSOCIAL
24
Danielle HoldsworthSUPF35-4916.3907:1996.0*****Fanshawe LakeStarboard SprintGPSSOCIAL
25
Michael KoppSUPM50-6416.2907:2276.6****Windy on Welland CanalAllstar 14x24.5GPSSOCIAL
26
Billy Williams SUPM35-4915.6707:3978.6*****Tough Headwind on the way back up riverNSP Carolina 22.5GPSSOCIAL
27
Dr. RobSUPM35-4915.3607:4977.0*****choppy, thunderstorm, 9mph crosswind, some rain 🙂Starboard Sprint 14x21GPSSOCIAL
28
Charles GarabedianSUPM35-4915.2407:5371.7****Started Calm, Ended with the Chops14' RiveraGPSSOCIAL
29
Julia BarnesSUPF35-4915.1707:5588.8*****Windy and choppyNSP / BlackfishGPSSOCIAL
30
Doug VojtkoSUPM35-4914.9608:0170.3****Feet went numb after an hour even with booties on.SIC RS 14x26GPSSOCIAL
31
Robb HobbsSUPM35-4914.8308:0674.4*****Calm out, chop home, nice morningInfinity blackfishGPSSOCIAL
32
Chris McCurrachSUPM50-6414.8108:0674.3*****Pre-breakfast. NE wind. Slower than last year.NaishGPSSOCIAL
33
Megan Sheppard SUPF35-4914.7408:0986.3*****All the things! Torrential rain, winds WSW, calmONE Edge ProGPSSOCIAL
34
Tara ImersonSUPF50-6414.7008:1086.1*****Lake Simcoe; unexpected return headwindStarboardSprint14x21.5GPSSOCIAL
35
Ariel AmaralSUPF35-4914.6908:1086.0*****Calm with shifting wind direction and speedBlu Wave 14GPSSOCIAL
36
Alanna Gregor SUPF35-4914.6508:1285.8*****Calm, light winds Infinity BlackfishGPSSOCIAL
37
Michael TaberSUPM50-6414.5608:1673.0*****Windy, boat traffic, fell in, leash around finAllstar 14x23GPSSOCIAL
38
Craig WilsonSUPM50-6414.3108:2471.8*****Choppy paddle. 4.5mph breezeBark 14’GPSSOCIAL
39
Kim SchiveSUPF50-6414.1608:2982.9*****River, slight current; occasional rainstorms/windSpeedboard 14'GPSSOCIAL
40
Rod AlbroughOC1M50-6414.0608:3261.4****Out-TW, Back -HW, 1 HuliVolareGPSSOCIAL
41
Brianna AndersonSUPF35-4913.9008:3881.4*****Fairly calm lake. Head wind picked up on return NSP NinjaGPSSOCIAL
42
Wendy TillettSUPF50-6413.8808:3981.3*****Lake of 2 Mountains…windy 15kms:)Infinity BlackfishGPSSOCIAL
43
DanSUPM35-4913.8308:4165.0****Lake Ontario...bit of headwind ay timesRiviera 23“erGPSSOCIAL
44
MichelleSUPF50-6413.6108:4974.7****Windy and wavy on the return!NSP 14'24"GPSSOCIAL
45
Paul GarnierSUPM50-6413.5008:5363.5****Rideau Canal Skateway route. Light wind mix dirctn14' Infinity WhiplashGPSSOCIAL
46
Sharon PurdySUPF65+13.4008:5778.5*****Paddled on river and lake. Good conditions. BARK 12'6"GPSSOCIAL
47
Vandelay SUPM50-6413.4008:5763.0****Moderate head wind with choppy water12.6 KM CompressorGPSSOCIAL
48
Melissa WarnerSUPF20-3413.3009:0177.9*****Foggy, humid, and headwind and side chop on returnStarboard Sprint 14’GPSSOCIAL
49
Prairie RoyleKayakF35-4913.1309:0887.5***Distance adjusted for time overage. 16km NE wind.Epic 18x Sport FSKGPSSOCIAL
50
Sean HaddowSUPM50-6412.9509:1664.9*****A little gusty, but pretty good conditionsInfinity Blackfish14x27GPSSOCIAL
51
J.P Ippolito SUPM35-4912.6409:3063.4*****Lake was more like ocean…super choppyStarboard Sprint 21x14GPSSOCIAL
52
Megan CynowaSUPF35-4912.6009:3273.8*****Chop, wind, boat wake & storms on flat water lake.InfinityBlackfishGPSSOCIAL
53
Adam Schmeler SUPM35-4912.0209:5960.3*****Very windy/wavy lots of falls lol14x24.5 SIC RSGPSSOCIAL
54
Greg AinslieSUPM35-4911.8010:1059.2*****Lots of boat wake, but a beautiful evening out14x23 BlackfishGPSSOCIAL
55
Christy Grack WilsonSUPF35-4910.2611:4460.1*****Windy morning on Union RezHala StraightUp InflateGPSSOCIAL

Race Reports and Discussion

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Thanks for the great season and the toque!

Looking forward to continuing this next season, even with (hopefully) more in-person events opening.
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November 2nd
Thanks for the great season and the toque!

Looking forward to continuing this next season, even with (hopefully) more in-person events opening.

Thanks for the fun competition this year everyone. It kept me going. 😀 ... See MoreSee Less

October 27th

So awesome to see 2 Canadians in the top 3! Way to go Tim Oliver and Daniel Miller. 💪 ... See MoreSee Less

October 24th
So awesome to see 2 Canadians in the top 3! Way to go Tim Oliver and Daniel Miller. 💪

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Way to go Boys!!

Congratulations, Tim Oliver!

WooHoo Tim Oliver !!

Sweet! what is this ranking for?

That is awesome. Congratulations to all - but super proud of our Canadian racers

Tim crushed it!

Congrats Tim Oliver!

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❤️THANK YOU Canadian Paddle League - organizers, event coordinators and sponsors for an awesome summer on the water!!❤️
Challenged ‘to the core’, NO challenge was easy. But every single one brought out the BEST in ALL of us!💪🏻👏🏻🌟
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October 24th
❤️THANK YOU Canadian Paddle League - organizers, event coordinators and sponsors for an awesome summer on the water!!❤️
Challenged ‘to the core’, NO challenge was easy.  But every single one brought out the BEST in ALL of us!💪🏻👏🏻🌟

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Agreed! I didn’t post a lot of my races...but I sure do love being a part of it...and continue to be in awe of everyone!

Love this! ♥️

Facebook keeps telling me that I haven’t posted here in awhile….I know! I miss paddling! Although I am only able to get out once a week right now I truly love this time of year for paddling. I call it the ‘Thickening’. You may not feel it as much on the big lakes but on the smaller lake around here you can almost feel the water thickening. It’s heavier on the blade, black and ominous. Everything is slowing down in the water and going deeper. It’s a great time to reflect and connect to every part of the stroke, water, rhythm and breath.

Hope you are all doing well and still getting out.
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October 22nd
Facebook keeps telling me that I haven’t posted here in awhile….I know! I miss paddling! Although I am only able to get out once a week right now I truly love this time of year for paddling. I call it the ‘Thickening’. You may not feel it as much on the big lakes but on the smaller lake around here you can almost feel the water thickening. It’s heavier on the blade, black and ominous. Everything is slowing down in the water and going deeper. It’s a great time to reflect and connect to every part of the stroke, water, rhythm and breath. 

Hope you are all doing well and still getting out.Image attachment

Like a few others in the group, I was happy to get out to do the triathlon. In most other years, cycling and running would have typically been my go to activities. This has no doubt been the summer of paddling..
Thanks to all and look forward to getting out to a SUP event or 2 next year.
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October 3rd

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Not to be a complete jerk, but didn’t this race close Sept. 30? If it’s still open I’d love to give it another shot 😜

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