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Sprint Canoeing 2018 Discussion Thread

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intoronto    474
14 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

Well the US probably won’t send anyone, we only have a decent slalom program

They are sending a team to the qualifiers so they should be able to qualify.

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intoronto    474

Pan Am Championships start tomorrow in Dartmouth :CAN

15 (16) teams are scheduled to compete:

:ARG Argentina
:BIZ Belize
:BRA Brazil
:CAN Canada
:CHI Chile
:COL Colombiaia
:CUB Cuba
:ECU Ecuador
:GUA Guatemala
:JAM Jamaica
:MEX Mexico
:PUR Puerto Rico
:TTO Trinidad & Tobago
:URU Uruguay
:USA USA
:VEN Venezuela (TBD)
 
With how the canoe qualification system works for the 2019 Pan American Games, Belize should be able to qualify its first athlete to the games.

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intoronto    474

Well the first day only sees the K4 men and K4 women compete and with only 6 entries in each event, and 6 qualifying for Lima2019, all have qualified.

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mrv86    398
8 hours ago, intoronto said:

Pan Am Championships start tomorrow in Dartmouth :CAN

15 (16) teams are scheduled to compete:

:ARG Argentina
:BIZ Belize
:BRA Brazil
:CAN Canada
:CHI Chile
:COL Colombiaia
:CUB Cuba
:ECU Ecuador
:GUA Guatemala
:JAM Jamaica
:MEX Mexico
:PUR Puerto Rico
:TTO Trinidad & Tobago
:URU Uruguay
:USA USA
:VEN Venezuela (TBD)
 
With how the canoe qualification system works for the 2019 Pan American Games, Belize should be able to qualify its first athlete to the games.

This will also mean that Belize and Jamaica will debut in Jamaica.

I made a quick count of entries and, according to qualification criteria, almost every athlete competing here is qualified for the Games.

Sadly, Peru didn't show, so they have lost the possibility to compete in their own games.

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