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Canoeists add to medal count at Western Canada Games

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Team Manitoba’s women’s C4, 1,000-metre canoeing team of Winnipeggers Kara Hummelt, Nadya Crossman-Serb, Caroline Harper of St. Theresa Point and Megan Franks of Selkirk added a silver medal to Manitoba’s count Sunday at the Western Canada Games in Kamloops.

On the men’s side, the team of Winnipeggers tom Sherwin, Jordan Smallwood and Mohamed Crossman-Serbe, along with Lockport’s Brandon Stamm won a bronze medal in the men’s C4, 1,000 metres event.

The two medals boost’s Manitoba’s count to one gold, two silver and four bronze.

In the women’s C4 event, Manitoba had a time of four minutes 31.9 seconds. Saskatchewan was first in 4:30.5 and B.C., was third with 4:33.6.

The men’s C4 squad were timed at 3:58.3. Alberta won in 3:51.1 and Saskatchewan was second in 3:56.1.

The women’s K4, 1,000 team of Crossman-Serb, Harper, Ashley Grose of Winnipeg and Franks, finished fourth in 4:32.1, while the men’s K4 squad also came in fourth in 3:22.7.

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