York 'O' Event 2021 - Results

 

 

   
   

      

         

         

  

       

       

         

 

 

 

 

Organised by the York Canoe Club

 

Members of HOAA always participate

 

Results Canoe -O- Bishopthorpe, 25th September 2021

Pos

Name

Controls

Time

Penalty

Points

1

Carrick Armer

23

45.11

 

230

2

Ian Puckrin & Art O’Toole

23

47.58

 

230

3

Fionn O’Toole & Rhiannon Jones

23

55.55

 

230

4

Phil, Josh, Rebecca & Caroline Rudland

22

55.45

 

220

5

Jonathan, Isabel & Michael May

23

62.54

  15

215

6

Nick Case

23

62.55

  15

215

7

Don Bealing

21

59.06

 

210

8

Clare Parkin

23

63.38

  20

210

9

Amos & Issac Hebden

23

66.00

  30

200

10

Laura Bennett & Sam Dredge

19

59.40

 

190

11

Dave Thompson & Matthew Turner

23

68.00

  40

190

12

Chris May & David Wilson

23

70.00

  50

180

13

Alan & Margaret Parker

15

54.40

 

150

14

Alexander Clarke & Jack Copeland

14

63.00

  15

125

15

David Mills

23

87.50

140

  90

16

Geoff Pratt & Steven Mewes

23

89.00

145

  85

17

Abigail Clarke & Alexander Halman

10

64.00

  20

  80

18

Jeanne Pratt & Ann Leach

20

No finishing time recorded

 

Annual Trophies Canoe O 21

Winner:           Carrick Armer                                   

 1st single paddler:       Nick Case

Organiser’s comments:

Everyone seemed happy just to be on the water again. We were delighted that HOAA and the Clifton Sea Scouts chose Canoe O to be their first organised event after the Covid imposed stop on canoeing had lasted over 18 months for both. 

It was also great to have a wide range of family groups and abilities taking part (ages 2 years - 82 years).  The enjoyment and enthusiasm on show was good to be part of.  Well over half the participants found all 23 controls. Very well done.

Well done also to our new winner, Carrick Armer.  It was a well-earned victory due to him having to pull off a successful Eskimo roll under big pressure after getting his sea kayak snagged in a thicket and capsizing.

Thanks also to our great team of helpers.  As well as working brilliantly throughout, they all helped greatly in adding to the warm, social atmosphere at the event.

HOAA would like to thank many groups and individuals for their ongoing support with this unique event. It looks to have raised about £150 which will be used to try and restart further HOAA activities.  

Provisionally Canoe O will next be held again on 17th September, 2022 so keep up your paddling.

Phil Puckrin (event organiser).

 

Details from: www.yorkcanoerace.co.uk

               

         

 

 

Copyright © 2006 D E Mills