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2012 Canoe Sprint World Cups 1 & 2

2012 Olympic Squad Named

22 March 2012 
 

The selections for the 2012 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cups 1 & 2 have been determined by the Selection Panel in accordance with the Selection Panel Terms of Reference and the Canoe Sprint – Kayak Selection Regulation for the National Squad & Teams (Open) (2012 Season). Both of these documents are available through the website.

2012 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cups 1 & 2 Selections

The athletes selected to attend the 2012 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 1 and compete in the events shown are as follows:

Men K1 1000m
Ben Fouhy 

Men K2 1000m
Darryl Fitzgerald
Steven Ferguson 

Women K1 200m
Lisa Carrington 

Women K2 500m
Lisa Carrington
Erin Taylor 

Women K1 500m
Teneale Hatton

The same athletes are selected to compete at the 2012 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 2 however the events athletes will compete in will be finalised by the Selection Panel once World Cup 1 results are known.

2012 Olympic Squad Named

The Selection Panel has also named the athletes for the 2012 Olympic Squad.

The athletes currently named to the 2012 Olympic Squad are as follows: 

Men
Ben Fouhy
Darryl Fitzgerald
Steven Ferguson 

Women
Lisa Carrington
Erin Taylor

Once World Cups results are known formal nomination of athletes and events will be made to the NZOC in accordance with the Nomination Criteria for Canoe Racing for the 2012 Olympic Games.

For further information please contact Grant Restall grant.restall@canoeracing.org.nz or mobile 021 606 672 

Grant Restall
High Performance Manager

 
 

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