South Island Championships

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The second annual South Island Champs included a school champs this year, and was attended by 42 paddlers from Otago and Arawa Clubs.   Twizel turned on some stunning weather and paddling was on calm water with a backdrop of snowy ranges. 

The secondary schools competition was won by St Andrews College and the primary schools competition was won by Heaton Intermediate. This was a great introduction for the schools and lays a platform for future school events, showcasing what an extra element of competition can add to a regatta. 

Although numbers were small both clubs are keen to develop canoe sprint in the South Island and plans for next year are already underway. 

Full results can be found  HERE.

South Island Championships

Results for the South Island Championships and School Champs 2016.

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The second annual South Island Champs included a school champs this year, and was attended by 42 paddlers from Otago and Arawa Clubs.   Twizel turned on some stunning weather and paddling was on calm water with a backdrop of snowy ranges. 

The secondary schools competition was won by St Andrews College and the primary schools competition was won by Heaton Intermediate. This was a great introduction for the schools and lays a platform for future school events, showcasing what an extra element of competition can add to a regatta. 

Although numbers were small both clubs are keen to develop canoe sprint in the South Island and plans for next year are already underway. 

Full results can be found  HERE.

South Island Championships
 

 

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