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Author Topic: Kelowna Results?  (Read 22983 times)
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« on: September 17, 2006, 08:11:31 PM »

Does anybody know any of the results from the festival, I've got some friends paddling in it, but dont' know how they did
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« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2006, 09:39:54 AM »

what teams are they on?
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« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2006, 11:43:37 AM »

Unofficial Results

Platinum A
2:16.59 Pacific Reach 1
2:18.82 Acme Canoe Club
2:20.29 River City Dragons
2:20.32 Fresh Off The Dragon Boat
2:21.76 Red Devils
2:27.40 Crews Control Reunited

Platinum B
2:21.33 RGL United
2:23.80 Strathcona's Dangerous When Wet
2:23.86 Shaggin Dragons
2:25.83 Portland Fire Dragons
2:26.00 NAVY Dragon Anchors
2:29.90 Extreme Currents

Diamond A
2:19.09 Swordfish
2:20.53 Dragnum
2:22.56 Sssteam Heat
2:23.46 Dragon Hearts Team Ultimate
2:23.86 Just Dragon Along
2:28.74 Team Ruckus

Diamond B
2:21.86 Eye of the Dragon
2:24.16 Pacific Reach 2
2:25.37 Synergy Team 1
2:25.53 TD Lightning
2:25.63 Ready Jet Go!
2:26.40 TCC Epson Dragoneers

Jade A
2:22.56 Sudden Impact
2:25.70 Team Lifescan
2:26.27 Fluid Motion
2:26.70 Topmade Fusion
2:27.20 Alpha Dragons
2:29.87 Synergy Team 2

Jade B
2:30.04 Finding BMO
2:30.18 Phat Phish Racing
2:32.55 Uhuru
2:35.66 Team Sun-Rype-100% Juiced
2:36.16 Go Fish
2:37.36 Vancity Thunder

Gold A
2:24.03 Guardian Dragons
2:28.44 Blu By U
2:28.74 Team Uproar
2:29.27 Scotiabank Dragons
2:30.71 False Creek Granddragons
2:32.81 Raunchy Rodents

Gold B
2:31.24 Wave Runners
2:31.51 Absolute Dragons
2:34.12 Pirates
2:35.01 City of Kelowna Blazing Paddles
2:36.21 Red Eyes Paddling Club
2:39.92 Riff Raft

Silver A
2:22.56 PowerBar Dragons
2:23.23 Hot Sake
2:29.52 Spirit of a Renegade
2:31.73 SFU Dragon Bytes
2:33.13 BC BLT
2:33.79 Topmade Fusion B

Silver B
2:26.15 Weekend Warriors
2:29.68 Canucks Crew
2:31.34 Chilliwack Thunderstrokers
2:34.42 Scotiabank Dragons II
2:34.64 Drunk'n Dragons - Fully Loaded
2:38.38 Scotiabank Spitfires

Bronze A
2:26.78 Uncivil Serpents
2:28.61 Hot Knots
2:33.61 Starbucks Wave Runners
2:34.22 Team X-Calibre
2:35.18 Team Phoenix
2:36.37 The Grand Poobahs

Bronze B
2:33.70 Red Fusion
2:33.75 Raging Dragons
2:37.79 Water Whisperers
2:40.38 The Strength Within
2:41.02 Lotus Mixed
2:43.22 Scotia Scorchers

Emerald A
2:25.35 Splash Test Dragons
2:29.27 Dragon Hearts Flying Dragons
2:31.31 Red Hot Chili Paddlers
2:32.41 Scaly Justice
2:40.02 Lift What's Draggin'
2:48.13 Ritchie Bros. Auctionauts

Emerald B
2:34.81 Bear Paws
2:37.36 Sun Strokes
2:38.85 Army Dragon Forces
2:39.05 Nothin Dragon Seniors
2:41.63 Richmond Centre Dragoneers
2:46.73 Delta Flying Dragons

Pearl A
2:33.58 CBC Wave Catchers
2:34.58 Gift of Life
2:35.38 CNS Insurance RRRamming Speed
2:45.06 Alberni Wave Riders
2:46.56 Team CT Calgary Transit
2:47.53 False Creek Granddragons Too

Pearl B
2:54.60 Sonar Dragons
2:57.27 The Eh Team


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« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2006, 11:47:31 AM »

Are the rest of the results coming too? Very Happy
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« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2006, 12:06:02 PM »

kelowna is a great racing event.  we lucked out... our team raced in "boat 4" the Channel M boat!
other than that... looking at the results for Platinum A finals the times were extremely tight to the finish.  it was fun... congrats to all the teams  Clapping
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« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2006, 12:18:40 PM »

Platinum A (Womens)
2:31.24 Extreme Curves
2:33.04 Dragon Ladies
2:34.64 Chilliwack Water Warriors
2:37.61 Dragon Runners
2:37.91 Fire & Isis
2:43.39 Dragon Bottoms

Platinum B (Womens)
2:41.55 Soul Sisters
2:41.65 Ya Ya Sisters
2:43.73 Dragon Flyers
2:44.46 Twist & Shout
2:44.93 Kelowna Pacemakers
2:45.26 Deep Cove Catch 22

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« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2006, 12:31:07 PM »

Sorry..wasn't necessarily looking for the top womens..just looking to see mixed all the way to emerald, and same for women's..lol Razz But thanks for posting those ones too!
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« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2006, 03:47:27 PM »

Anybody know how guardian did, looks like they're nowhere near the top whatsoever
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« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2006, 04:20:12 PM »

Awesome racing everyone.  Water conditions seemed very calm for the whole weekend.  The fastest team from Manitoba was definitely very fast.  The German crew was very good too.  And what's with Shaggin Dragons making Platinum?  They weren't on anyone's radar!  Maybe they're doing less shaggin' and more paddlin'.   Very Happy

Guardian ended up taking 1st place in the Gold A division, but it looks like they could've been 1 division higher since they were 4 seconds ahead of the other teams in their final heat.
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« Reply #9 on: September 18, 2006, 05:18:15 PM »

well besides "dirty boats", "bad lanes" etc... we got teams here who placed in the top 20 in Alcan being beat by rec C and D teams....so what good are predictions when rosters change so much during the season! i.e. shaggin with 5 top false creek men beats Ultimate by a boat length in their first heat!!!...good for them to feel how a boat can fly, but i cant wait til the standings are made for next year.....
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« Reply #10 on: September 18, 2006, 05:30:47 PM »

 I only have a few words I gotsa to say

 SSSSSSHAGGIN DRAGONS..... SHA.... SHA.... SHASHAGGIN...DRAGONS

 say it with my now !! drink 

 welcome to the big league peoples ! OMG .......did you see the girls workin it at da club ?  HAHA ( I know there are some priceless pictures out there ...feel free to post if you gots them people ) This team loves to display public affection for their fellow teammates  Wink

 At the beginning of this weekend Shaggin was just another rec team...enter FCRCC ............ As I looked over at the boat on the start line in the final there was SHAGGIN ...no more Miss nice gurls ( drummer now had this " I'm going to kick some serious butt " look on )...... they went from the party animal to intense race face in seconds....I don't know if I can handle the Shaggin crew in Comp A .........its just hard to take them serious ,lol .

 My understanding though is the gurls have now convinced my crew to convert and race under the Shaggin banner ..... Next year the new team will be known as  "We've Been Shaggin FCRCC" -MIXED

 SHAGGIN DRAGONS..... SHA.... SHA.... SHASHAGGIN...DRAGONS
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« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2006, 06:24:57 PM »

well besides "dirty boats", "bad lanes" etc... we got teams here who placed in the top 20 in Alcan being beat by rec C and D teams....so what good are predictions when rosters change so much during the season! i.e. shaggin with 5 top false creek men beats Ultimate by a boat length in their first heat!!!...good for them to feel how a boat can fly, but i cant wait til the standings are made for next year.....
they only had 4 FCRCC paddlers on the boat.  the 5th rostered guy didn't paddle the whole weekend.  he was relaxing with his old teammates  Cool
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« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2006, 06:29:35 PM »

what's with all these ringers? swordfish.... shaggin....
i thought there were only ringers in rec hockey?!?!?!?!
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« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2006, 06:37:59 PM »

what's with all these ringers? swordfish.... shaggin....
i thought there were only ringers in rec hockey?!?!?!?!
teams missing paddlers from a full roster + paddlers wanting to paddle (but their teams not going) = paddlers joining other teams for the festival.   
the reason people end up where they do most of the time, is because they have some sort of connection or relationship with that team previously (such as beer garden commeraderies) and/or they follow friends. 
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« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2006, 06:46:47 PM »

Who wouldn't want to join the Shaggin Dragons with all that free lube they give out!  Not a bad way to pick up on the opposite sex.  Also what an opportunity for rec level paddlers to experience paddling with some of the finest on the creek.  I'm sure it drove many to paddle harder as well and imagine the tips on technique they received.  There should be more festivals/clinics where the comp mix it up with the rec and help out.  Kudos to those who jumped on 'fun' teams to help out.  Clapping
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