Canoe Slalom Program Registration

Hello everyone, 

We are please to announce that as of February 1st - Anthony Colin is Head Slalom Coach for WO. The WO Slalom Committee has been working hard to put together a fee structure for athletes to participate in the programming with multiple levels available. 

Please review the attached document and any questions can be emailed to the Director of Competition Kathleen Tayler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Opportunities for club development and support outside of Ottawa are being discussed and will be added to the document as the program develops further. If you have questions related to accessing slalom expertise at your club outside of Ottawa, please send Kathleen an email. 

Registration link: Registration link - Registration link: http://goo.gl/forms/u6dQDGcHG9  <http://goo.gl/forms/u6dQDGcHG9> - to sign up for the program and payment options are listed on the document. - to sign up for the program and payment options are listed on the document.

Thank you 

The WO Slalom Committee 

Attachments:
Download this file (Canoe Slalom Program Fee Structure.pdf)Canoe Slalom Program Fee Structure[Canoe Slalom Program Fee Structure]102 kB

TO 2015 Releases New Blocks of Pan Am Tickets

TO2015 Releases New Blocks of Pan Am Games Tickets for High-Demand Events
It’s not too late to join the action!

All new blocks of tickets will be released on Monday, July 6 at 11 a.m. (ET), and will be available at TORONTO2015.org/tickets.

With athletes arriving on Canadian soil, the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee (TO2015) is releasing small blocks of new tickets to the most high-demand events.

To date, spectators have snapped up about three-quarters of a million tickets to the Games, and more than 100 Pan Am events — including almost 75 medal events — are fully sold out, giving hometown athletes the largest cheering section possible.

“Racing in front of a home crowd gives us a huge benefit over our competitors: not only seeing that red and white, but hearing the roar of the crowd can really help you push through the pain you feel at the end of your race,” said Canadian Olympic silver and bronze medallist, swimming, Ryan Cochrane. “It’s a humbling and exciting time to be an athlete in Canada, and swimming in front of a sold-out crowd at home is an experience I’m absolutely looking forward to.”

With preparations for the Games nearing completion, TO2015 is ready to release small blocks of previously unavailable tickets for many of the highest demand events, including the Opening Ceremony, equestrian, basketball, football, diving and athletics – track and field. All new blocks of tickets will be released on Monday, July 6 at 11 a.m. (ET), and will be available at TORONTO2015.org/tickets.

"We're very excited to finally be able to release these tickets to the public and we expect them to go fast," said Saäd Rafi, chief executive officer, TO2015. "This is the first time some of these events have been available since September 2014. As expected, we’re selling more tickets every day as we get closer to the Games. This is a great opportunity to see some high-demand events."

Typically in multi-sport Games, organizers hold back tickets until the number of athletes and officials attending the competition is confirmed, to accommodate potential seating adjustments and ensure good sight lines.

Once the final blocks of tickets are sold, these events will likely not be available again. The number of tickets released in each sport is very limited, so purchasers who hope to snap them up should purchase as soon as possible.

Integrated tickets: Every event ticket will allow the holder to access transit on the day of the event.

Affordable pricing: Tickets start at just $20, with 75 per cent of tickets priced $45 and under.

Half-price tickets for persons under 16 years of age, or 65 and over: Tickets will be offered at a 50 per cent discount — some will start at $10. The number of discounted tickets is limited, so buy early.

Easy options for buying: Tickets can be purchased online at TORONTO2015.org/tickets or at 1.855.726.2015 and internationally at 1.949.333.4824.

2015 - 25% Off Pan Am Tickets

25% off all Full Price Pan Am Sport Tickets and help CKO Fundraise

There is a link set up on the Canoe Ontario website

(www.canoeontario.org) under the News section that takes you to the Pan Am ticket site. This is a fundraising opportunity for CanoeKayak Ontario as we will receive a $1 for every ticket bought through that link. The purchase doesn't have to be tickets for a canoe event, all events count.

In addition to purchasing Pan Am tickets from the CKO website, you can use the link below to both help fundraise for CKO and get 25% 0ff the price of your tickets. This offer is brought to you by CIBC and begins on July 1 at 10am and ends on July 2 at 9pm.

See details below:

TORONTO 2015's Lead Partner, CIBC, is offering you 25% off all full-priced Pan Am Games sports tickets.

1. Head over to www.toronto2015.org/tickets and browse through the competition schedule to plan your purchase. Keep note of the unique session codes for each session you are interested in purchasing.

2. When you are ready to make your purchase, paste this link into your browser http://www.ticketmaster.ca/toronto2015/panam?camefrom=CFC_TORONTO2015_CKON and find your events on Ticketmaster.

3. In the Offer Code box enter CIBCPANAM to activate the offer! You can now purchase tickets using the unlocked Partner Offer ticket option, which is 25% off of the regular (age 16-64) ticket price.

Note that if you are purchasing more than one session, you will need to enter the offer code in at each session to unlock the deal!

Online offer only. Does not apply to previously purchased tickets.Applicable on sport events only. Availability for some sports may be limited. This discount does not apply on Youth and Senior tickets.Service charges apply. Review your purchase carefully before checking out.

 

2015 Champlain Canoe/Kayak Race

Freshwater Summit 2015

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Race_Information-.doc)Champlain Canoe Kayak Race Information[Champlain Canoe Kayak Race Information]178 kB

2015 CTV News Pan Am Games at the MWWP

On Tuesday March 24, 2015 the CTV Barrie news team came to visit the Minden Wild Water Preserve, site of the 2015 Pan Am Games for canoe slalom this summer. See the link below to the news clip.  Scroll down as it is the 4th item on the broadcast.

http://streema.com/tv/play/CTV_Two_Barrie

 

 

 

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