2017 Wildwater World Championship Teams Announced

Featured / Wildwater / Wildwater Canoeing Team / Jan 13, 2017

The Wildwater World Championship Teams have been selected after athletes raced for a spot at the 2017 Wildater National Championship at Goulburn River, Victoria from 27th to 30th December 2016. Australian Canoeing would like to acknowledge all athletes that competed and nominated for selection on their efforts throughout the event.

Senior Wildwater Team

The Senior Wildwater Team to compete at the Wildwater World Championships in Pau France.

Robert McIntrye – Men’s K1

Madeline Batters – Women’s K1

Dita Pahl – Women’s K1

 

The Senior Wildwater Team to compete at the Wildwater World Cups.

Robert McIntrye – Men’s K1

Kaylen Bassett – Men’s K1

Madeline Batters – Women’s K1

Dita Pahl – Women’s K1

Georgina Collin – Women’s K1

 

U23 and Junior Wildwater Team

The U23 and Junior Wildwater Team to compete at the Wildwater U23 and Junior World Championship in Mur Austria.

U23 Team

Kaylen Bassett – Men’s K1

Keiran Simpson – Men’s K1

Kaylen Bassett and Lachlan Bassett – Men’s C2

Madeline Batters – Women’s K1

Georgina Collin – Women’s K1

Junior Wildwater Team

Max McDonald – Men’s K1

James Humphry – Men’s K1

James O’Donoghue Hayes  – Men’s K1

Ben S – Men’s K1

Robert Janiszewski – Men’s C1

Sam Nightingale – Men’s C1

Robert Janiszewski and Sam Nightingale – Men’s C2

Georgie Tonkin – Women’s K1

Imogen Douglas – Women’s K1

Demi O’Brien – Women’s K1

Madison Wilson – Women’s C1