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***NEWS (December 14th, 2011): Results from the Pan American Canoe Polo Championships:
|Senior Men||Senior Women||U21 Men|
Congrats to all of the teams. Particularly the U21 men who qualified for the 2012 World Championships in Poznan, Poland. The men and women already qualified for Poznan and will now be joined by the U21 men.
***NEWS (March 2nd, 2011): Want to be part of the 2012 World Championship team? Download and send in your worlds interest form.
***NEWS (September 6th, 2010): Team Canada has best every result at canoe polo world championships in Milan, Italy. Full results here.
"The Canadian canoe polo team had a best ever performance at the 2010 canoe polo world championships, which were held in Milan, Italy. The event included men's, women's, and under 21 men's and women's divisions. Canadian teams were represented in all divisions with a total of 35 athletes, 4 coaches and 4 support staff making up the Canadian contingent. The women's team placed 12th and automatically qualified for the 2012 world championships. The men's team placed 15th and also automatically qualified for the 2012 world championships. The under 21 women's team placed 8th while the under 21 men placed 16th."
From left to right: #1 Mike Goodman #2 Jamen Langlois #3 Scott Forbes #4 Richard Allen #5 Roger Lukasik #6 Kyle Polsfut #7 Mike Lawson (on boats) #8 Jason Allen #9 Brad Cameron #10 Dan Fuller
#1 Tamlyn Bohm #2 Christie Siddle #3 Jen Forbes #4 Kristina O’Brien #6 Catherine O’Brien #7 Mary Lukasik #8 Tina Larson #9 Catherine Kammann #10 Carolyn Karusiak
Under 21 Women's team:
From right to left: #1 Gayle Myers #2 Lauren Meservia #3 Lauren Maldaner #4 Andrea Thomas
#5 Hanna Gillies #6 Shylo Hendrickson #7 Logan Dichrow #8 Marie Holl
Under 21 Men's team:
From left to right: #1 Tycho Roorda #5 Seb Clairemont #4 Dylan Zingle #2 Michael Thomas
#6 Louis Bennett #7 André Villeneuve #3 Sieger Roorda
***NEWS (August 2nd, 2010): The first edition of CAN Canoe Polo (the official newsletter of Canoe Polo Canada) is now available. Click here to download.
***NEWS (July 28th, 2010): The Canoe Polo National Championships hosted by the Pointe-Claire Canoe Club are now complete. Full results are available here.
***NEWS (July 5th, 2010): Check out (and please join) the Canoe Polo Canada facebook group.
***NEWS: The Canoe Polo National Championships organizing committee from the Pointe-Claire Canoe Club has launched their website. Visit them at http://www.pccanoekayak.ca/canoepolo/Nationals.html.
***NEWS: Canoe Polo Canada launches a YouTube channel. To see videos of canoe polo visit us at http://www.youtube.com/user/canadacanoepolo.
Canoe Polo Canada
Canoe Polo is a spectacular team game, which combines elements of water polo, basketball and canoeing! The game is played by two teams of five players each, trying to score goals with a waterpolo ball in a net suspended above the water at each end of a "playing pitch", which is often a swimming pool. The fast, exciting game is played in two halves of ten minutes each, and produces fast, robust action, where a wide range of skills, including the Eskimo roll, are regularly used.
Chair: Daniel Fuller
National Coach: Scott Forbes
High Performance Director: JC Pothier
Athlete's Representative: Kyle Polsfut
British Columbia Represetative: Mike Goodman
Alberta Representative: Keegan Smith
Saskatchewan Representative: Ross Phillips
Ontario Representative: Travis Dube
Quebec Representative: Julie Brisson
North West Territories Representative: Steve Hatch
Nova Scotia Representative: TBA