Close race to take the inaugural Asia Pacific Cup

The New Zealand team added a swag of medals to their tally on day 2 of the Asia Pacific Canoe Sprint Cup in Adelaide where paddlers from NZ, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Cook Islands and Tahiti are vying for points to take out the inaugural event and claim the Cup.

After the second day Australia are leading with 332 points, New Zealand trailing not too far behind with 284 points. The final day will be the decider with the  last race of the day, the Mixed 200m Relay offering double points.

The kiwis racked up another 15 medals today, most notably 7 Gold medals.

Race #

Event

Competitor(s)

Result

35: DF

21 MK1 200

Zac Ferkins

3rd BRONZE

34: DF

21 WK4 200

Luthi, Baker, Bermingham, Clifton

3rd BRONZE

36: F

16 WK2 200

T Pritchard, P Luthi

1st GOLD

37: F

16 MK1 200

Flynn McGuinness

3rd BRONZE

38: F

18 MK1 200

Dylan Neal-Hill

1st GOLD

39: F

16 WK1 200

Pieta Luthi

1st GOLD

43: DF

18 WK2 500

A Hoskin, O Brett

1st GOLD

44: DF

21 WK4 500

Saunders, Bermingham, Luthi, Clifton

2nd SILVER

45: DF

16 MK4 500

Wilkinson, Clough, McGuinness, MacGibbon

1st GOLD

49: DF

21 MK4 500

McCallum, Legarth, McCarthy, Koekemoer

3rd BRONZE

53: DF

18 WK4 500

Hoskin, Brett, Matehaere, Baker

2nd SILVER

54: DF

21 WK1 500

Samalulu Clifton

3rd BRONZE

55: DF

16 Mix Relay 200

Clough, McGuiness, Luthi Pritchard

1st GOLD

56: DF

18 Mix Relay 200

Ferkins, Moles, Baker, Brett

1st GOLD

57: DF

21 Mix Relay 200

Koekemoer, Ferkins, Clifton, Saunders

3rd BRONZE

LIVE RESULTS 

Close race to take the inaugural Asia Pacific Cup

The New Zealand team added a swag of medals to their tally on day 2 of the Asia Pacific Canoe Sprint Cup in Adelaide where paddlers from NZ, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Cook Islands and Tahiti are vying for points to take out the inaugural event and claim the Cup.

The New Zealand team added a swag of medals to their tally on day 2 of the Asia Pacific Canoe Sprint Cup in Adelaide where paddlers from NZ, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Cook Islands and Tahiti are vying for points to take out the inaugural event and claim the Cup.

After the second day Australia are leading with 332 points, New Zealand trailing not too far behind with 284 points. The final day will be the decider with the  last race of the day, the Mixed 200m Relay offering double points.

The kiwis racked up another 15 medals today, most notably 7 Gold medals.

Race #

Event

Competitor(s)

Result

35: DF

21 MK1 200

Zac Ferkins

3rd BRONZE

34: DF

21 WK4 200

Luthi, Baker, Bermingham, Clifton

3rd BRONZE

36: F

16 WK2 200

T Pritchard, P Luthi

1st GOLD

37: F

16 MK1 200

Flynn McGuinness

3rd BRONZE

38: F

18 MK1 200

Dylan Neal-Hill

1st GOLD

39: F

16 WK1 200

Pieta Luthi

1st GOLD

43: DF

18 WK2 500

A Hoskin, O Brett

1st GOLD

44: DF

21 WK4 500

Saunders, Bermingham, Luthi, Clifton

2nd SILVER

45: DF

16 MK4 500

Wilkinson, Clough, McGuinness, MacGibbon

1st GOLD

49: DF

21 MK4 500

McCallum, Legarth, McCarthy, Koekemoer

3rd BRONZE

53: DF

18 WK4 500

Hoskin, Brett, Matehaere, Baker

2nd SILVER

54: DF

21 WK1 500

Samalulu Clifton

3rd BRONZE

55: DF

16 Mix Relay 200

Clough, McGuiness, Luthi Pritchard

1st GOLD

56: DF

18 Mix Relay 200

Ferkins, Moles, Baker, Brett

1st GOLD

57: DF

21 Mix Relay 200

Koekemoer, Ferkins, Clifton, Saunders

3rd BRONZE

LIVE RESULTS 

Close race to take the inaugural Asia Pacific Cup
 

 

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