2014 Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships

Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships


Bienvenue Welcome! 

Wascana Racing Canoe Club is excited to once again host the CanoeKayak Canada Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships & CanMas at Wascana Lake in Regina!  We are looking forward to having Canada’s best athletes and their fans join us for & six days of exciting, high quality sprint canoe/kayak racing!


Commodore’s Banquet

Commodore Madeleine Hall

Madeleine Hall, Commodore of CanoeKayak Canada, invites all athletes, coaches, parents, officials, and spectators to join her at the Commodore’s Banquet.

The Commodore’s Banquet will be held at the Conexus Arts Centre which is located slightly east of the regatta venue for the championships. The buffet will feature several salads, baked honey ham and chicken, a full selection of vegetables and side dishes as well as desserts.

Tickets are available by pre-sale. Additional tickets may be available on-site up to Tuesday, August 19th at 4:00 pm.

Date:  Thursday, August 21st, 2014.  Click here for more information about ordering tickets.

Time: Cocktails at 6:30 pm and Dinner at 7:30 pm

Ticket Price: $35.00

Order Deadline: August 15, 2014

About The Championships & CanMas

The Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships are in their 115th year. CanMas was created in 1986 with the goal of keeping competitors in the sport after reaching their peak, bringing former competitors back to the sport and new paddlers into the sport.

The Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships & CanMas are hosted by clubs in eastern Canada for three years, with the fourth year of competition being hosted by a club in western Canada. This is the third time in its 115 year history that the Canadian Championships have been hosted by Wascana Racing Canoe Club, who previously hosted the event in 2006 and 2010.

Over 1000 athletes are expected to be competing on Wascana Lake over the 6 days of competition, including many of Canada’s Olympic and World Championship athletes.  It is an exciting opportunity for senior national team athletes to represent their home club with the goal of winning the Championship Burgee.  It is also an important competitive opportunity for U23 and Junior athletes to continue to develop towards future selection to national teams.

This event is free for the general public.  This is your chance to see Canada’s Olympians and those who will represent Canada at the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games in action!