Canada games: Lecours finished fifth in the sprint para-nordic
THREE-RIVERS — For a second day in a row, the He Charles Lecours has obtained a fifth position in the Canada Games skiing para-nordic standing. After the result of the 2.5 km the day before, the door-colours of the club Mauriski has pulled off the same rating to the occasion of the presentation of the sprint race on Wednesday.
The protégé of François Trudeau has first completed the qualification in 4:50:69 before posting a time of 5:39:50 in the final, which was won by the Britano-columbian Andy Lin.
The paraskieur will complete its very busy program on Thursday with the presentation of the race of 5 km. The trials of skiing para-nordic had to be reconciled in the schedule given that it provides for a siberian cold in Red Deer from Friday. Even though the work load may seem heavy, the officials agreed that it was the only way to proceed in order to present all the proofs.
Gélinas first in qualifications
On the side of the archery recurve individual) Marie-Ève Gélinas completed the two rounds of qualifying in first position with a harvest of 1056 points, three more than the Ontario Ryli Valliere.
Double bronze medalist of the Games of 2015, Atwood will tackle the elimination rounds on Thursday.
As for the team event, she ranks fourth in the company of his team-mate Jacob Gagnon, at the end of the preliminary rounds.
The playoff games in team will be held on Friday.
Perfect record in women’s hockey
During this time, women’s hockey, the Nicolétaine Angelique Proulx and her teammates from the team of Quebec have experienced a course preliminary tou simply perfect.
The champions have signed up victories at the expense of New Brunswick (7-2), Manitoba (2-1) and Saskatchewan (7-3), and will participate in the quarterfinals on Thursday against the winner of the match between the Nova Scotia and the Territories-the North-West.
In three meetings, the advocate of 17 years, which evolves with the Titans du Cégep Limoilou, has amassed a goal and a pass.