Spring Intro to Sprint Racing Camp

Dates:

June 6 to June 30, 2022

Program Times:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
                               OR
Tuesday,Thursday, Friday - 6:30 to 8:00 PM

Ages:

8 to 17 years old as of January 1, 2022 (Born in 2004 - 2013)

Fees:

$150.00

Our new Spring Intro to Sprint Camp builds on from the recreational canoe and kayak skills learned in Canoe Kids to prepare young athletes for the full summer sprint racing season. Paddlers will learn how to balance, paddle, train and compete in sprint kayaks and canoes in both single person and multi-person team boats.

This camp is intended for athletes with previous paddling experience so NBCC recommends that participants have completed at least one NBCC Program before enrolling.

Due to water temperature at the beginning of June, no swim assessment is required for the spring camp but all participants must be capable of swimming 25 metres and treading water for one minute without a life jacket. Participants are also are required to wear a Government of Canada Approved Personal Flotation Device while on or near the water.

Please review the NBCC General WaiverNBCC Code of Conduct, and NBCC Concussion Code of Conduct before registering.

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What to Pack for the Spring Intro to Sprint Racing Camp

NBCC will provide all the necessary paddling equipment including Personal Floatation Devices (PFD's) but participants are welcome to bring their own PFD. Here are a few things we recommend they take to each session:

  • Shorts, T-shirt and at least one change of clothes. Clothing should be comfortable, loose fitting and preferably made of quick drying fabric (they do get wet!)
  • Swimsuit & towel
  • Running shoes for dryland games
  • A water bottle, filled at home
  • Warm clothes and rain gear for cold, wet evenings

 

Inclement Weather

​Paddlers can still have fun in the rain! However, if there is heavy rain, gusty winds or thunderstorms we can not be on the water. In these situations and when severe weather warnings are issued in advance, NBCC will use social media to announce cancelled camp sessions or off-the water conditions.