Eight Team BC boats qualified for finals on the first day of rowing competition at the 2017 Canada Games in Kenora, Ontario. Leading the way was the Women’s Pair, Men’s Quadruple Scull and Women’s Eight who all won their heats.
BROWN, Stacy (Salt Spring), Coach
On Monday’s Heat Results
“The women's team went out and executed our plan of all boats progressing to finals on Thursday. This was our opportunity to see what speed all the other provinces are bringing into this regatta. And we will be showing all the other provinces our SPEED on Thursday.”
1st in Heat 1 –Women’s Pair: Lise McCracken(Victoria) & Avalon Wasteneys (Victoria)
1st in Heat 1– Men’s Quadruple Sculls: Elliot Rogers (Victoria) Tyler Adams(Victoria) Brendan Wall(Victoria) & Rob Hodgins(Saanich)
1st in Heat – Women’s Eight-Lise McCracken(Victoria), Piper Battersby(North Saanich), Antonia Frappell(Victoria), Avalon Wasteneys (Victoria), Lucy Vincent-Smith(Vancouver), Claire Armstrong- Buisseret(Vancouver), Emma Gribbon(Victoria), Katie Pearson(North Saanich), & Skylar Presch(Salmon Arm)
Next Up: Tuesday August 1 at 8:00am remaining heats, Kenora Rowing Club.