Paddle Australia is pleased to announce the Canoe Slalom National Development Squad for 2022.
11 athletes from across the country have been selected in the squad, based on nominations by the State Paddle Associations and performance at the Canoe Slalom Age Nationals, Oceania Championships and/or the All States Camp in Penrith earlier this year.
PA Canoe Slalom Performance Pathway Coach Titouan Dupras offered his congratulations to those athletes selected.
“I’m pleased to confirm the 11 athletes who have been selected into the National Development Squad for 2022,” Dupras said.
“The group we have assembled is very exciting – and it was great to be able to see them in action at the recent canoe slalom competitions.
“I look forward to working with all the athletes in what is shaping up to be an exciting year,” he said.
The first camp for the National Development Squad will be at Brady’s Lake in Tasmania in April, in the lead up to the National Championships.
Dupras will continue to work closely with the squad over the next 12 months, with further training and camp opportunities for the group as the season progresses.
Paddle Australia wishes to congratulate the following athletes on their selection:
- Ali Berryman (Victoria)
- Claire Clements (Tasmania)
- Sarah Crosbee (Victoria)
- Codie Davidson (New South Wales)
- Declan Ellis (New South Wales)
- Hunter Florrison (Western Australia)
- Myles Ford (New South Wales)
- Riley Galea (Victoria)
- Ewan Mackie (New South Wales)
- Archie Nelson (Victoria)
- James Stamp (Victoria)