Six Team BC boats qualified for finals on the second day of the rowing competition at the 2017 Canada Games in Kenora, Ontario. Leading the way was the Lightweight Women’s Double, Women’s Single Sculls, Men’s Four, and Women’s Four, who all won their heats.
Top Results for Team BC:
1st in Heat 1 –Lightweight Women’s Double: Julia Lindsay (Vancouver) and Riley Knight (Nanaimo)
1st in Heat 2– Women’s Single Sculls: Ivy Elling Quaintance (Sidney)
1st in Heat 1 – Men’s Four: Isaac Donaldson (Victoria), Travis Gronsdahl (Victoria), James Ridenour (Duncan) and Liam Keane (Victoria)
1st in Heat 1 – Women’s Four: Antonia Frappell (Victoria), Avalon Wasteneys (Victoria), Emma Gribbon (Victoria) and Piper Battersby (Victoria)
ELLING QUAINTANCE, Ivy (Sidney)
On winning her Heat and moving on to the Finals
“Today went really well and I am pleased with the result. I am looking forward to racing in the final with all my friends and a strong competition.”
Finals on Thursday August 3 at 9:00 a.m. Finals, Kenora Rowing Club.