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Canoe Kayak Canada – AUGSBURG, GERMANY (June 25, 2017) – Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON) finished 27th overall in the men’s C1 semi-final in the second round of the Canoe Slalom World Cup circuit. Smedley incurred four seconds in penalties after hitting 2 of the 24 gates on the course, which was designed by Alex Kuder (SLO) and Michael Trummer (GER). Slovenia’s Matej Benus demonstrated speed and elegance, posting a penalty free run with a time of 104.90 seconds in the final to take first place. Local paddlers Sideris Tasiadis and Franz Anton placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

“Cam had a solid race plan and he got off to a great start up at the Washing Machine at the top the Eiskanal,” said James Cartwright, Canoe Kayak Canada’s High Performance Manager. “The top athletes are really pushing hard to cut the lines now to make up time and a slight miscalculation can result in big time loss. Unfortunately, Cam bounced off the wall pushing into gate 17 which cost him 4 seconds. We’ll move on to Markleeberg now to prepare for the next World Cup.”

Germany’s Ricarda Funk defended her home course advantage and placed first overall. No other 

paddlers where able to match her time in either the semi-final or final run. Slovakia’s Jana Dukatova and Slovenia’s Ursa Kragelj placed 2nd and 3rdrespectively. 

Canada had several high finishes in the Extreme Slalom. Florence Maheu (Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC) and Haley Daniels (Calgary, AB) finished 10th and 13th respectively on the women’s side, while Smedley came in 15th in the men’s event.

Sunday’s finals will be webcast on CBC’s digital platforms including the CBC Sports app and cbcsports.ca. CBC Sports is the Official Broadcast Partner of Canoe Kayak Canada.

CBC webcast times – watch online at cbcsports.ca or via the CBC Sports app.

Results

Summary of Results

Athlete

Event

Result

Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON)

Men’s Extreme Slalom

15th

Keenan Simpson (Ottawa, ON)

Men’s Extreme Slalom

DSQ-R

Florence Maheu (Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC)

Women’s Extreme Slalom

10th

Haley Daniels (Calgary, AB)

Women’s Extreme Slalom

15th

Cameron Smedley (Dunrobin, ON)

Men’s C1 Slalom

27th 

 

Spencer Pomeroy (Ottawa, ON)

Men’s C1 Slalom

44th

Liam Smedley (Ottawa, ON)

Men’s C1 Slalom

46th 

Haley Daniels (Calgary, AB)

Women’s C1 Slalom

36th 

Keenan Simpson (Ottawa, ON)

Men’s K1 Slalom

DSQ-R

Florence Maheu (Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC)

Women’s K1 Slalom

47th

Jessica Groeneveld (Innisfail, AB)

Women’s K1 Slalom

61st

About Canoe Kayak Canada

Canoe Kayak Canada is the national governing body for competitive paddling in Canada, one of Canada’s top performing summer sports with a total of 24 Olympic medals, and a leader in the Paralympic movement. Canoe Kayak Canada is a member-based organization that includes an intricate network of clubs as well as provincial, territorial and divisional paddling associations. Elite National Team athletes proudly represent Canada at various competitions around the globe – most notably the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Pan American Games, ICF World Cups as well as Junior, Under 23 and Senior World Championships. Follow Canoe Kayak Canada on TwitterFacebookInstagram and YouTube.

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For more information:

James Cartwright,
High Performance Manager
613.715 0727
jcartwright@canoekayak.ca