Brittany Canoe-Kayak Championship Draws Record Participation and Exciting Competition

Brittany Canoe-Kayak Championship Draws Record Participation and Exciting Competition

Brittany canoe-kayak championship

“The conditions were ideal, with good water flow and no wind. The participation was beyond our forecasts, with 240 participants,” said Xavier Mignon, president of Lannion Canoë-Kayak.

On a sporting level, Martin Cornu, licensed at Lannion Canoë-Kayak, caused a sensation, winning the title in the U18 category in canoeing and kayaking. “Currently I am at the France center in Cesson-Sévigné (35). I am very happy with the season, with the title of European champion in U18, and during the world champions I won five medals in three different disciplines, canoeing, kayaking, and kayak cross (extreme slalom) . For the next season, I will already participate in the selective to make the French team, and if I am selected, I hope this time to obtain a gold medal during the world championships, even if I know that the competition will be tough, whether at the national or international level. I am happy to have participated in this Brittany championship at home, on the Lannion whitewater stadium which I know well.”

MEN U34 : 1. Mewen Debliquy (Cesson-Sévigné), 1’35″23; 2. Glen Le Meur (Brocéliande), 1’37″56; 3. Jean-Pierre Le Bourhis (Quimper), 1’38″49.

MEN U18 : 1. Martin Cornu (Lannion), 1’36″36; 2. Elouan Debliquy (Cesson-Sévigné), 1’37”56; 3. Gurvan Piton (La Roche-Derrien), 1’52”99.

DAME U34 : 1. Camille Castryck (Cesson-Sévigné), 1’48”37; 2. Romane Regier (Rennes), 1’51”64; 3. Eva Marchand (Quimperlé), 2’02”39.

U18 : 1. Léna Quémérais (Lannion), 1’45″85; 2. Honorine Pichard (Cesson-Sévigné), 1’53″75; 3. Klara Lubin (Guingamp), 2’05″38.

2023-11-26 17:11:05
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