Jeff Green | Jul 12, 2007
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Sydenham Lake Canoe Club opens regatte season
On Saturday, July 7 the Sydenham Lake Canoe Club competed in its first Regatta of the season at Gananoque. On a day with mixed weather, Sydenham Lake paddlers took to the course in fine fashion. The competition hosted by the Gananoque Canoe Club for Bantam, Pee Wee and Atom class paddlers went off without a hitch. Gananoque Commodore Lloyd Emmerson and his staff of volunteers put together a great day of events, an onsite BBQ and contests to round out the day. Sydenham paddlers fared well in the competition, taking home ribbons in most events. Individual boats as well as crew boats competed well against the bigger clubs of Rideau, Carleton Place and North Bay. Sydenham Lake paddlers were awarded ribbons in the following catagories.
Cia Myles-Gonzalez, First Place Bantam Girls K1 (B final); Robyn Miazga, Second Place Bantam Girls K1 (A final); Christina Grant, First Place Bantam Girls C1 (D final);
Oliver Pontbriand, Evan Jackson, Fourth Place Atom Boys K2; Erika Gibbons, Christina Grant, Second Place Bantam Girls K2; Robyn Miazga, Cia Myles-Gonzalez, Erika Gibbons, Christina Grant, Second Place Bantam Girls C4Sydenham Lake will now prepare for their next Regatta in Carleton Place on July 21, followed by North Bay on August 4. Sydenham Lake Canoe Club is also hosting the First Annual Trillium Invitational Championship Regatta in Sydenham on August 19. Clubs from all over Ontario as well as from Quebec and the Maritimes are invited to compete in this Bantam and Pee Wee class event. Sydenham Lake would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the day of great Sprint Canoe and Kayak racing on one of South Frontenacs most beautiful lakes. We invite parents to bring out their kids to the event to experience the days activities and to see what a unique sport Sprint Canoe and Kayak racing really is. Anyone wanting more information concerning our events or our sport is invited to contact: Erik Miazga at (613) 376-3654.
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