Sprint 2000m

Date: Aug 1 to Sep 30
Distance: 2000 m

Course details: Paddle 2000m with a full turn half way. No running starts. Finish where you start. You can re-post better results during the race period.

Final Results
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FlagPaddler_NameCraftGender_Age_TimePacePointsCredibilityCommentsBoard/BoatGPSSOCIAL
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Dan MillerSUPM35-490:12:0806:04100.0*****Sunrise 10 x 1000m zone 3Ninja GPSSOCIAL
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Cory RichardsonSUPM20-340:12:2506:1397.7*****Glass on bears paw reservoir Nsp Ninja 14’x22”GPSSOCIAL
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Ryan BlakeSUPM35-490:12:4006:2095.8*****Flat + 3x passes of ski boat..Starboard SprintGPSSOCIAL
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Michael TaberSUPM50-640:12:4906:2394.7*****Changed a few things in my stroke. Starboard Allstar 14x23GPSSOCIAL
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Danielle HoldsworthSUPF35-490:12:5206:26100.0*****GlassyNSP NinjaGPSSOCIAL
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Sylvain St-CyrSUPM50-640:12:5306:2594.2*****No wind, no current ,no boat.Perfect.Riviera RP 14 x 25GPSSOCIAL
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Trevor QuintonSUPM35-490:13:1706:3991.3*****
Beauty night some boat traffic and side chop waves
OneSup EdgePro2 GPSSOCIAL
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Wendy Tillett SUPF50-640:13:5106:5392.9*****Not flat…a slight texture on Lake of 2 Mountain sInfinity Blackfish GPSSOCIAL
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Ariel AmaralSUPF35-490:13:5206:5692.8*****Calm and gorgeous Blu Wave 14GPSSOCIAL
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Kimberley KenyonSUPF35-490:13:5306:5792.7*****Summit lake BC 3.6 km wind, 17degrees NSP Puma 14’ 23” proGPSSOCIAL
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Bruno TurcotteSUPM50-640:13:5306:5787.4*****First attempt with this board on choppy waterSIC RS 21.5GPSSOCIAL
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Megan SheppardSUPF35-490:14:0607:0391.3*****SW wind 14km/h gustsONE Edge Pro 2.0GPSSOCIAL
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Greg AinslieSUPM35-490:14:0707:0486.0*****Amazing evening on the water14x23 Blackfish DugoutGPSSOCIAL
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Austin VennettiSUPM20-340:14:0807:0485.8*****Clean water, very low wind, hot and humidStarboard Sprint14x21.5GPSSOCIAL
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Tara ImersonSUPF50-640:14:1807:0990.0*****calm conditions on Lake O; Humber BayStarboardSprint 14x21GPSSOCIAL
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Robyn BellSUPF20-340:14:3207:1688.5*****Calm wind/waterOne SUP Edge 3.0GPSSOCIAL
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Jana MiceliSUPF35-490:14:3707:1988.0*****Hot and beautiful! Can't believe its 28 degrees!!Infinity Whiplash 14'GPSSOCIAL
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Marie-Eve MénardSUPF35-490:14:5507:2586.3*****Pas de vent, pas de courant.Dosport Drave 14X22GPSSOCIAL
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Megan CynowaSUPF35-490:14:5707:2986.1*****Flat Water LakeInfinityBlackfish14x21GPSSOCIAL
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Ian HuProneM35-490:15:4407:47100.0*****Warm flat water, little current and wind. Bark 14GPSSOCIAL
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Sean HaddowSUPM50-640:16:0708:0175.3*****Flat water, no windInfinity Blackfish14x27GPSSOCIAL
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Suzanne Errico SimpsonSUPF50-640:17:0008:2556.8*12’6” Allstar GPSSOCIAL
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Mike NoonSUPM50-640:17:5108:5668.0*****CalmStarboard GenerationGPSSOCIAL
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Christy GrackSUPF50-640:20:0410:0264.1*****Beautiful calm day - HOT!Hala StraightUp InflGPSSOCIAL
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Sharon PurdyProneF65+0:23:5711:59100.0*****
Good weather; swells at gaps pushed me off course.
BARK Carbon GhostGPSSOCIAL

Race Reports and Discussion

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It's that time (depth of winter) when we start programming the 2023 schedule 😀. Post your comments and suggestions below. More events? Fewer? More time to complete? Or was 2022 just right? ... See MoreSee Less

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4-6 events are realistic.

22 was just right!! May I suggest for the shirts to stay away from male or female the previous year with the Jeep was awesome. This year it looked like I borrowed my husbands shirt with the dude paddler!

Loved it! Almost missed some of the deadlines but that's part of the challenge. Fastest 5 and endurance champ were my favourite races.

THANK YOU Canadian Paddle League and everyone - organizers and sponsors for another awesome summer on the water. And those 10 Challenges… not one of them easy. But hard work and incredibly satisfying and yes…major fun on the water and in! Thank you also to the paddling community for truly inspiring race reports and photos. Tried to keep up with all of you (too fast) on my little Prone, arms moving like a motor! Not possible…but loved trying!
Canadian Paddle League🇨🇦- anyone, anytime, anywhere, any craft.❤️
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THANK YOU Canadian Paddle League and everyone - organizers and sponsors for another awesome summer on the water. And those 10 Challenges… not one of them easy. But hard work and incredibly satisfying and yes…major fun on the water and in!  Thank you also to the paddling community for truly inspiring race reports and photos.  Tried to keep up with all of you (too fast) on my little Prone, arms moving like a motor!  Not possible…but loved trying!
Canadian Paddle League🇨🇦- anyone, anytime, anywhere, any craft.❤️

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Nice work on the prone. Still have to try that sometime.

Dernière course de la saison! 🤟🏻
Vent avec rafales à 34kmh 😳
Courant inhabituel pour cette endroit 🤷🏻‍♀️

Merci à mon coach et amoureux Jean Laroche d’avoir été à mes côtés durant la saison 🥰

Merci à mon sponsor Les vêtements Shack de m’avoir supporté pour une autre belle année! 🤩

À l’année prochaine!!! ☺️
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La vraie dernière course est à l’île d’Orléans le 15 😉😉 Championnat de Downwind à Québec - 2ème édition 😇😇

C’est vraiment cool de voir combien tu t’es améliorée cette année et la confiance que tu as prises avec Jean a tes côtés !!

Bruno Turcotte ah c’est vraiment gentil! Merci de m’avoir intégrer au TEAM QC a Burlington et ensuite dans toute les courses de la saison!!! Jean fait dire qu’il a vendu son « gros » board pour magasiner un SIC comme le tien 😉

Bravo ME pour cette belle saison 🤟🏻💥 Les vêtements Shack seront fiers de retravailler avec toi l’année prochaine ☺️

Quelle bonne nouvelle 🥰

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Well…
Today….The conditions were definitely less choppy, less bright sunshine than Thursday but as planned I was ready for another shot at the Paddle Battle 6km race. Not surprised, the wind managed to kick up a little while I was around the 2km mark but the #showmustgoon
So…in the end I managed to shave a few minutes off my last effort 2 days ago.
Yay.
6km.
6 buoy turns.
44:33 :))
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Well…
Today….The conditions were definitely less choppy, less bright sunshine than Thursday but as planned I was ready for another shot at the Paddle Battle 6km race.  Not surprised, the wind managed to kick up a little while I was around the 2km mark but the #showmustgoon
So…in the end I managed to shave a few minutes off my last effort 2 days ago.
Yay.
6km.
6 buoy turns.
44:33 :))
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