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A master paddlers is sprint canoer or kayaker over the age of 25. Most clubs have a Masters program.

2018 events with Masters races are:
  • Rideau Masters Regatta - all Masters races!
  • Carleton Place U16+ - fun regatta for U16s and older, including Masters
  • EOD Championships - qualifier for Nationals. Masters races are Men's K1/C1 1000m and Women's K1/C1 500m
  • O-Cup 3 - Masters races are Men's K1/C1 1000m and Women's K1/C1 500m, Mixed K2 and Miced K4
  • Nationals - Masters will be racing heats Friday morning followed by finals in the afternoon; there is no qualifying requirement
  • CANMAS - all Masters races!

CANMAS Championships
Masters can compete at the Canadian Masters Championships held immediately after the National Championships.  Clubs attend from all over the country. In 2018, it will be held in Sherbrooke, Quebec. In the past the Nationals/CANMAS have been held in Dartmouth, NS; Whistler, BC; Regina, SK, Lac Beauport and Montreal, Quebec; and Ottawa and Welland in Ontario.

Singles and team boats compete in a day long regatta. 

Check the regatta schedule and the individual regatta pages listed in the menu to the left for details.