Paddle Australia Canoe Sprint Grand Prix
Australia’s best Olympic and Paralympic canoe sprint athletes as well as a strong contingent of international paddlers will be on show at Sydney International Regatta Centre in Penrith from 14-16 February to contest the 2020 Canoe Sprint Grand Prix 2 and Oceania Championships.
Just over five months out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the event doubles up as the 2020 Oceania Canoe Association’s Canoe Sprint Continental Championships and Olympic Qualification 2020 regatta with the final Oceania spots up for grabs for Tokyo 2020.
The event will also be the first of two national selection events to determine Australia’s Tokyo 2020 canoe sprint teams with anyone who is vying for Olympic and Paralympic selection to contest the event.
Olympic champion and Rio 2016 bronze medallist Kenny Wallace, Rio Olympic bronze medallist and New South Wales local Lachlan Tame as well as Paralympic champion Curtis McGrath will be spearheading the event that will also include multiple world-class paddlers from Oceania as well as Europe.
The event also features Australia’s up and coming canoe sprint paddlers with under 16, under 18, and under 23 paddlers from all around Australia coming to Penrith for the Canoe Sprint Grand Prix.
See entries and schedule here.
Friday 9am -15:30, Sat 800-16:30, Sun 8:00-15:30 (subject to change, see website for schedule)
No upcoming occurrences.