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GOLD Medal Pathway Program

The Rowing BC Gold Medal Pathway Program is an athlete-centered financial assistance program for BC performance rowers striving to represent Canada in recognized national or international competition. The program seeks to relieve financial pressure associated with training competition costs.

Applications for 2019 funding are now closed. Full information on the 2019 Gold Medal Pathway Program is available HERE.

If you have any questions, please contact Rob Richards, Rowing BC Provincial Coach.

In 2019, Rowing BC was able to allocate $30000 to support 23 top-performing athletes through the GOLD Medal Pathway Program.

GOLD Medal Pathway 2019 Recipients: 

Elite Athlete 

  • Martin Barakso – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Benjamin de Witt – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Hillary Janssens – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Aaron Lattimer – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Kai Langerfeld – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Ellen Gleadow – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Madison Mailey – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Avalon Wasteneys – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Jakub Buczek – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Kyle Fredrickson – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Andrea Proske – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Patrick Keane – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Jack Walkey – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Maxwell Lattimer – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Caileigh Filmer – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Rebecca Zimmerman – Rowing Canada Aviron
  • Jane Gumley – Rowing Canada Aviron

Development Athlete 

  • Skylar Presch – University of Victoria
  • McKenna Simpson – University of Victoria
  • Brendan Wall – University of British Columbia
  • Raymond Bell – University of British Columbia
  • Travis Gronsdahl – University of Victoria
  • Sean van Gessels – University of Victoria

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