December 15, 2017

Winnipeg
-12° C, Light snow

Full Forecast

Advertisement

Advertise With Us

Manitobans mine gold, silver and bronze on the water Friday

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>James Lavalee of Manitoba </p>

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

James Lavalee of Manitoba

The medals are pouring in for Manitoba on the water at the Canada Games.

Before noon today, Team 'Toba captured three medals on the last day of competition at the Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Centre.

The women's IC-4 200-metre team, featuring Maddy Mitchell, Nicole Boyle, Sandra Page and Naomi Stevens won gold with a time of 44.420, the province's first first gold medal in a canoeing event at these Games.

And Manitoban James Lavallee paddled his way to two medals this morning, winning silver in the K-1 200-metre and bronze in the K-4 200-metre with teammates Zachary Adams, Hayden Fellner and Sacha Skirzyk.

Subscribers Log in below to continue reading,
not a subscriber? Create an account to start a 60 day free trial.

Log in Create your account

Add a payment method

To read the remaining 23 words of this article.

Pay only 27¢ for articles you wish to read.

Hope you enjoyed your trial.

Add a payment method

To read the remaining 23 words of this article.

Pay only 27¢ for articles you wish to read.

The medals are pouring in for Manitoba on the water at the Canada Games.

Before noon today, Team 'Toba captured three medals on the last day of competition at the Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Centre.

The women's IC-4 200-metre team, featuring Maddy Mitchell, Nicole Boyle, Sandra Page and Naomi Stevens won gold with a time of 44.420, the province's first first gold medal in a canoeing event at these Games.

And Manitoban James Lavallee paddled his way to two medals this morning, winning silver in the K-1 200-metre and bronze in the K-4 200-metre with teammates Zachary Adams, Hayden Fellner and Sacha Skirzyk.

There will be more opportunities for Manitoba to medal this afternoon; the final race takes place at 4 p.m.

Advertisement

Advertise With Us

History

Updated on Friday, August 11, 2017 at 2:06 PM CDT: Corrects reference to canoeing event.

You can comment on most stories on The Winnipeg Free Press website. You can also agree or disagree with other comments. All you need to do is be a Winnipeg Free Press print or digital subscriber to join the conversation and give your feedback.

Have Your Say

New to commenting? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

Have Your Say

Comments are open to The Winnipeg Free Press print or digital subscribers only. why?

Have Your Say

Comments are open to The Winnipeg Free Press Subscribers only. why?

The Winnipeg Free Press does not necessarily endorse any of the views posted. By submitting your comment, you agree to our Terms and Conditions. These terms were revised effective January 2015.