Some St Francis Paddler Results

Highlighting St Francis Bay Paddlers in SA Marathon Champs Champs

What a great weekend for St Francis with the South African Canoe Marathon Champs having enthralled a large audience not hindered by the wind and occasional rain to line the banks and cheer these wonderful athletes, young and old, men and women, boys and girls.

In possibly the most exciting and certainly the most prestigious event, the Senior Mens K1 Championship,two of the red hot favourites coming in first and second with Andy Birkett just pipping Jasper Mocke by one second to take line honours. Stuart MacLaren came in thisd a couple of minutes behind the winner.

K1 Podium L to R – Jasper Mocke, Andy Birkett and Stuart MacLaren

Andy Birkett and Hank McGregor won a the men’s K2 title in another thrilling race with Cape crew of Stu MacLaren and Kenny Rice taking the silver. The bronze went to Louis Hattingh and Hamish Lovemore in the end-sprint, dramatically depriving the former K2 world champ Jasper Mocké and Nick Notten of a place in the medals.  .

Birkett & McGregors win earned them a place in the the SA team to compete in the world championships in Portugal in September.

at the South African Marathon Championships on Sunday afternoon, ratifying their selection as part of the national canoeing team to the world championships in Portugal in September.

With so many events and so many result to report on St Francis Today has decided to only highlight the main categories and then list St Francis Bay Paddlers Club  paddler results. Full results can be accessed on the Eastern Cape Canoe Club website.

K1 – GUPPY BOYS U12
6 47359 RONALDO VAN ROOYEN
9 47442 LIKHO RAMNCWANA
15 47692 BERVEN TITUS
16 47691 RIADAN BAADJIES
18 47688 JUNIOR JACOBS
22 47693 DAMAIN BEKEER
24 47696 RONHON JONAS

K1 – BOYS U14
11 47354 ELMANCO LEGRANGE
22 40308 OLIVER MITCHLEY
26 47355 IMMANUEL WILDEMAN
27 47441 FERNANDO UITHALER

K1 – BOYS U18 and U16
12 40312 GRAYDON MITCHLEY (Graydon was 3rd in the Under 16)

K1 – MASTER MEN
4 97197 ROBERT GAULT

K1 – SUB-GRAND MASTER MEN
4 6409 GORDON SPALDING
6 5272 PETER KING

K1 – GRAND MASTER MEN
9 4902 RICHARD ARDERNE

K2 – BOYS U14
8 47467 47464 NAZEEN DAVIDS and AVUYILE KOLWENI

K2 – BOYS U18 & U16
6 40312 50323 GRAYDON MITCHLEY and  MELVINO KLAASE (Melvino is from Paarl) – They were 1st in the under 16

SFT hasn’t managed to secure all the category placings for the K2 but we are able to report that local lasses Stephanie Ernsten and Penny Hulett achieved a second place in the Women’s Sub Master category. Well done Steph and Penny!

Stephanie Ernsten & Penny Hulett

A few other results we were able to pick up were

Peter Mitchley & Robert Gault  – 6th in the K2 Sub Masters
Peter King & Byron Andrews – 4th in the K2 Sub Grand Masters
Richard Arderne & Gavin Harvey – 5th in the K2 Grand Masters

If we missed one of our locals – apologies but well done to all competitors

 

Photos courtesy SA Canoe Championship Facebook

 

 

 

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Lawler and Nonaka Take the Jordy Smith

Lawler and Nonaka Take QS Titles at Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill

Jordan Lawler (Australia) and Minami Nonaka (Japan) were crowned the Men’s and Women’s champions at the Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill at Big Bay on Sunday Photo: WSL / Thurtell

Jordan Lawler (Australia) and Minami Nonaka (Japan) captured the prestigious World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) Men’s and Women’s titles respectively in the Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill which ended in small but contestable 0.5 to 1.0 metre waves at Big Bay in Bloubergstrand on Sunday.

Lawler played a patient game at the start of the Men’s final, but he fell behind his three South African opponents so he decided to get busy and it paid off. First he added a 7.0 to an earlier 6.0 to overtake Matt McGillivray (Jeffreys Bay) who had led the 25 minute encounter from the outset.

Shortly thereafter the Australian caught a wave that reformed on the inside and, surfing to the judging criteria, he performed several manoeuvres with speed, power and flow to be rewarded with an 8.25, the only score in the excellent range (8 points or more out of 10) and the highest score of the final.

His two wave heat tally of 15.25 left Adin Masencamp (Strand) needing a near-perfect 9.25 for victory, while McGillivray and Chad du Toit (Durban) each needed to replace both their counting rides as the clock wound down.

“I’m so stoked! It has been a while since I won a QS and I am over the moon,” said Lawler who has been in South Africa since the opening event of the WSL Africa Qualifying Series at the end of March. He has accumulated several good results, including a runner-up finish in Port Alfred, but this is his first QS victory since 2014 in Australia.

“I really love it here so much, every South African I have met is just the coolest guy ever and everybody is so nice. It definitely plays a role in my surfing over here,” he added.

The diminutive Nonaka is just 16 but posted the highest heat total, 15.50 points out of 20, in the women’s opening round held in pounding overhead surf at Melkbosstrand on Friday. Although she was eliminated in the semi-finals of the Junior Women’s event on Saturday, she kept advancing in the women’s event and went on to clinch her first QS victory.

She defeated two of South Africa’s top female talents, multiple event winner Sarah Baum (Durban) and reigning WSL Africa Women’s Champion Nicole Pallet (La Lucia), as well as local rising star Kayla Nogueira (uMhlanga) in a hard fought final.

Baum dominated the early exchanges of the matchup with a pair of six-point rides, consistently making the connection to the inside section and displaying great wave selection. But the petite Japanese girl found a runner that she worked over nearly all the way to the beach for a confidence-boosting 7.75 and then slammed the door on her rivals with a 6.50 in the dying minutes of the encounter.

“I just wanted to catch the best waves I could during the final,” said Nonaka through a translator. “I was in second place when I picked the best wave and got the 7.75 and that gave me the confidence to find the 6.5 at the end that gave me the win.”

Baum had to settle for second spot while Pallet and Nogueira took third and fourth respectively.

The next event, the Volkswagen SA Open of Surfing pres. by Hurley, starts in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday and features a QS 3,000 Women’s event, a QS 1,500 Men’s event, Junior Qualifying Series (JQS) 1,000 Men’s and Women’s events for surfers 18-and-under, and Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) events for Men and Women.

Full results, photos and video footage for the Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill will be available on www.WorldSurfLeague.com  and on the WSL App, with highlights on the WSL QS Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill – QS 1,000 Men’s Final Results

  1. Jordan Lawler (Australia) 15.25 points
  2. Adin Masencamp (Strand) 11.85
  3. Matt McGillivray (Jeffreys Bay) 9.50
  4. Chad du Toit (Durban) 9.25

Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro pres. by O’Neill – QS 1,000 Women’s Final Results

  1. Minami Nonaka (Japan) 14.255 points
  2. Sarah Baum (Durban) 13.0
  3. Nicole Pallet (La Lucia) 8.35
  4. Kayla Nogueira (uMhlanga) 7.30
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Canoe Marathon Program

The canoe championship course – Click to enlarge

Judging by the number of people crowded into the pub at Joe Fish, Cape St Francis Resort yesterday evening, this event has already brought huge benefit to our community. With another registration day at the resort today, even more competitors, their families and supporters are due to arrive.

Some readers have been asking what time the championships start so below is a schedule of events supplied by the organising committee of the SA Marathon Champs.  Faced with a set of purple blocks on windguru for this weekend some changes have been made to the SA Marathon Program.

The main part of the course in the marina is quite well protected from the wind but the portage has been moved from the East Bank of the Ski Canal, where it would have been completely exposed to the Westerly, to the west bank of the channel where it will be more protected but this results in a few challenges with the tides, the portage is submerged at high tide, leaving a 6 hour window each day to get all the portages done in all classes.

So there have been changes to some start times, move the Guppys to first up on Saturday as they don’t portage(and this is likely to be the calmest part of the day), and start the Junior K2’s  in the same general start group as the Master K1’s

Below is the revised basic program.  The final groupings will be locked down after entries close and we know final numbers in each category, but the basic starting times for the blocks of races is now fixed. St Francis will endeavour to keep readers up to date where necessary.

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Facebook users can view a video of the course here 

2018 SA CANOE MARATHON : EVENTS PROGRAM
Age group starts and times are estimates to be finalised once entries are complete.
No of Laps (+/-4.2 km) shown excludes short “finish loop” (700m) for ALL events.
08-May
DATE ESTIMATED TIME – ENTRY DEPENDENT CATEGORY AGE LAP +/-4.2km PORTAGES FINISH LOOP +/-700m TOTAL DISTANCE (km)
THURSDAY 14 JUNE 17:00 TO 20:00 REGISTRATION AND DINNER @ JOE FISH, CAPE ST FRANCIS
FRIDAY      15 JUNE 09:30 JUNIOR and U23 K1 PADDLERS RACE BRIEFING
10:00 MEN U/23 U/23 U23 6 5 1 25,9
10:02 WOMEN U/23 U/23 U23 5 4 1 21,7
12:45 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U18 5 4 1 21,7
12:47 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U16 5 4 1 21,7
12:49 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U18 4 3 1 17,5
12:51 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U16 4 3 1 17,5
12:53 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U14 3 2 1 13,3
12:55 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U14 3 2 1 13,3
12:57 BOYS JNR U/16 & U/18 C1 4 3 1 17,5
12:59 GIRLS JNR U/16 & U/18 C1 3 2 1 13,3
15:30 MEDAL CEREMONY JUNIOR and U23 K1
17:00 TO 20:00 REGISTRATION AND DINNER @ JOE FISH, CAPE ST FRANCIS
SATURDAY 16 JUNE 07:30 GUPPY, MASTERS & SENIOR K1 & JUNIOR K2 PADDLERS RACE BRIEFING
08:00 BOYS GUPPY GUPPY U12 1 0 1 4,9
08:02 GIRLS GUPPY GUPPY U12 1 0 1 4,9
08:04 BOYS GUPPY GUPPY U10 1 0 0 4,2
08:06 GIRLS GUPPY GUPPY U10 1 0 0 4,2
08:08 BOYS GUPPY GUPPY U8 0 0 2 1,4
08:10 GIRLS GUPPY GUPPY U8 0 0 2 1,4
09:00 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U18 5 4 1 21,7
09:00 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U16 5 4 1 21,7
09:02 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U18 4 3 1 17,5
09:02 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U16 4 3 1 17,5
09:04 BOYS JNR JUNIOR U14 3 2 1 13,3
09:06 GIRLS JNR JUNIOR U14 3 2 1 13,3
09:08 BOYS JNR U/16 & U/18 C2 4 3 1 17,5
09:10 GIRLS JNR U/16 & U/18 C2 3 2 1 13,3
09:12 MEN SV SUB VETERAN 35 – 39 5 4 1 21,7
09:14 MEN V VETERAN 40 – 44 5 4 1 21,7
09:16 MEN SM SUB MASTER 45 – 49 5 4 1 21,7
09:18 MEN M MASTER 50 – 54 5 4 1 21,7
09:20 MEN SGM SUB GRAND MASTER 55 – 59 4 3 1 17,5
09:22 MEN GM GRAND MASTER 60 – 64 4 3 1 17,5
09:24 MEN M C1 35-75+ 5 4 1 21,7
09:26 WOMEN SV SUB VETERAN 35 – 39 4 3 1 17,5
09:28 WOMEN V VETERAN 40 – 44 4 3 1 17,5
09:30 WOMEN SM SUB MASTER 45 – 49 4 3 1 17,5
09:32 WOMEN M MASTER 50 – 54 4 3 1 17,5
09:34 WOMEN SGM SUB GRAND MASTER 55 – 59 3 2 1 13,3
09:36 WOMEN GM GRAND MASTER 60 – 64 3 2 1 13,3
09:38 MEN SGGM SUB GREAT GRAND MASTER 65 – 69 4 0 1 17,5
09:40 MEN GGM GREAT GRAND MASTER 70-75 4 0 1 17,5
09:42 MEN SGGGM SUB GREAT GREAT GRAND MASTER 75+ 4 0 1 17,5
09:44 WOMEN SGGM SUB GREAT GRAND MASTER 65 – 69 3 0 1 13,3
09:46 WOMEN GGM GREAT GRAND MASTER 70 + 3 0 1 13,3
09:48 ALL PARA ALL MASTER AGE GROUPS 3 0 1 13,3
12:00 MEN S SENIOR OPEN 7 6 1 30,1
12:02 WOMEN S SENIOR OPEN 6 5 1 25,9
12:04 ALL S C1 OPEN 6 5 1 25,9
15:00 MEDAL CEREMONY GUPPIES, JUNIOR K2, MASTERS K1 & SENIOR K1.
SUNDAY    17 JUNE 07:30 MASTERS & SENIORS K2 PADDLERS MEETING AND RACE BRIEFING
08:30 MEN SV SUB VETERAN 35 – 39 5 4 1 21,7
08:32 MEN V VETERAN 40 – 44 5 4 1 21,7
08:34 MEN SM SUB MASTER 45 – 49 5 4 1 21,7
08:36 MEN M MASTER 50 – 54 5 4 1 21,7
08:38 MEN SGM SUB GRAND MASTER 55 – 59 4 3 1 17,5
08:40 MEN GM GRAND MASTER 60 – 64 4 3 1 17,5
08:42 MEN M C1 35-75+ 5 4 1 21,7
08:44 WOMEN SV SUB VETERAN 35 – 39 4 3 1 17,5
08:46 WOMEN V VETERAN 40 – 44 4 3 1 17,5
08:48 WOMEN SM SUB MASTER 45 – 49 4 3 1 17,5
08:50 WOMEN M MASTER 50 – 54 4 3 1 17,5
08:52 WOMEN SGM SUB GRAND MASTER 55 – 59 3 2 1 13,3
08:54 WOMEN GM GRAND MASTER 60 – 64 3 2 1 13,3
08:56 MEN SGGM SUB GREAT GRAND MASTER 65 – 69 4 0 1 17,5
08:58 MEN GGM GREAT GRAND MASTER 70-75 4 0 1 17,5
09:00 MEN SGGGM SUB GREAT GREAT GRAND MASTER 75+ 4 0 1 17,5
09:02 WOMEN SGGM SUB GREAT GRAND MASTER 65 – 69 3 0 1 13,3
09:04 WOMEN GGM GREAT GRAND MASTER 70 + 3 0 1 13,3
09:06 ALL PARA ALL MASTER AGE GROUPS 3 0 1 13,3
11:30 MEN S SENIOR OPEN 7 6 1 30,1
11:32 WOMEN S SENIOR OPEN 6 5 1 25,9
11:34 ALL S C1 OPEN 6 5 1 25,9
14:00 MEDAL CEREMONY MASTERS & SENIOR K2.

Two more World Title Holders to race

Two more World Title Holders in the Line Up for the SA Canoe Marathon Champs

Adding to the number of world champions / record holders competing in this weekend’s SA Canoe marathon champions ships are two of South Africa’s if not the world’s finest.

Local canal homeowner Matthew Bouman has confirmed he will be visiting his home on the canals this weekend to compete in the K2 category of this weekend’s SA Canoe Marathon Champs,  the biggest ever event by far, to be held on our waterways.

Winner of the 2106 edition of King of the Kromme and current holder of the 10 kilometre St Francis Bay Paddling Club time trial in an incredible time of 41 minutes in addition to many other titles both here in South Africa and internationally. Those who recall the 2016 King of the Kromme will recall it was held in a howling gale causing several competitors call it a day in well-nigh impossible conditions. His prowess in the wind should stand him in good stead for wind is forecast over the weekend.

Matt’s achievements (rather understated)

  • Multiple National Sprint Titles:K1 – K2 – K4.
  • Multiple Surfski National Champion.
  • Multiple Surfski World Cup Wins.
  • Lifesaving Surfski World Champion

Matt will sadly only be competing in the K2 category

Matt Bouman

Last but certainly  not least and adding to the pedigree of this event is one probably considered the greatest paddler ever in South Africa, if not in the world, Hank McGregor. Hank has decided to focus on surfski paddling in future, so is not paddling K1 on Saturday, but will be joining  Andy Birkett in a formidable K2 team on Sunday.

Hank’s paddling CV makes for incredible reading:

Represented South Africa since 1994 – Sprints/Marathon/Surfski/Lifesaving. World Paddler of the Year 2014, Runner up SA Sportsman of the Year 2016, 2x World Surfski Series Champion, Winner of all major SAK1 &K2 &K4 Sprints/Marathon & Surfski.

  • Only paddler to win all Senior Men’s SA K1 & K2 /Singles & Doubles Surfski & River & Flatwater Marathon titles in same year.
  • Winner of the following: 7x Umkomaas, 9x Cape Point Challenge (7x single, 2x doubles), 3x Vaal Canoe Marathon, 3x Breede River Marathon, 11x Berg River Marathon, 3x (2 x k1/1 x k2) non-stop Dusi, 3x Dusi, 1x Junior K1 World Marathon, 7x Fish River Marathon, 3x Drak Challenge,
  • 7x K1 Senior World Marathon, 3x K2 Senior World Marathon,
  • PE to East London Singles Surfski,
  • USA Surfski Champs,
  • Hong Kong Dragon Run ski race,
  • Perth Doctor,
  • Mauritius Ocean Classic Surfski Champs,
  • 3x Molokai Surfski Challenge (Hawaii),
  • 4x Avon Canoe Marathon (Australia)

Hank McGregor

Cape St Francis Resort is offering a few specials during registration (See details to the right of this article)

We are in for a treat so let’s come out in our droves to support this huge event and line the baks to cheer them on.

Read rest of main contenders from yesterday’s post

Matt on the Podium at 2016 King of the Kromme

 

The excitement is building

The excitement is building with the SA Canoe Champs this weekend

St Francis Bay canals will be awash with paddlers this weekend as the South African Canoe Marathon Championship kicks off in the biggest paddling ever to be held on our waterways. With 300 entrants in different categories competition for a medal will be rife with some of South Africa’s finest paddlers competing.

Andy Birkett – Photo by Graham Daniel – Clik to enlarge photo

Undoubtedly one of the hot favourites for the main race is recently married Andy Birkett, especially as his greatest rival, ten-time Marathon World Champion and defending K1 and K2 worl champion, Hank McGregor, will not be contesting the K1 rather choosing only to compete in the K2 category (with Andy as his paddling companion)..

Here are some of Andy’s paddling achievements:

  • Dusi Winner 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
  • South African Marathon Champs winner 2015/17
  • Senior World Marathon Singles – 2nd 2016 (Germany) & 2017 (South Africa)
  • 2x Fish River Marathon winner- 2015/2017
  • 5 x Drak Challenge Winner 2014-2018
  • U23 World Marathon Champion- 2013 (Denmark)

 

 

Giving Andy Birkett competition for top spot will be Jasper Mocke, himself a world champion. Capetonian Jasper is three-time K2 World Champ, current SA K1 River, Surfski and K2 Marathon Champ, and is Surfski World Series Champ. Jasper who is married a local JBay lady and adds a bit of local flavour in what promises to be a mouth-watering duel with Andy.

Jasper Mocke

Greg Louw

Adding some local Eastern Cape talent is and hopefully back to his best after some recent flu is “Mr Fish River” Greg Louw. Greg could well be on top of the podium on Saturday, after the 30km marathon on the canals (7 laps of the 4.2km course).

Just some of Greg’s paddling achievements:

  • Multiple SA Sprint and Marathon Team member,
  • 2x Fish River Winner,
  • 3x SA Lifesaving double ski champion.
  • Multiple SA sprint golds in 200, 500 and 1000m sprints.
  • Multiple King of the Kromme winner.

 

Stuart MacLaren

 

Another contender from Cape Town, Stuart MacLaren will also be looking to stand on the podium at events end. Stuart boasts a grand pedigree of top event finishes,

  • SA Surfski Team to World Champs 2017
  • 3rd K2 SA Marathons 2017
  • 4th K1 SA Marathons 2017
  • 1st Umko 2017, 2018
  • 1st Breede 2015, 2016, 2017
  • 2nd Fish 2017

 

 

Kenny Rice

Favourite for the u23 category is yet another Cape lad, Kenny Rice who finished on the podium here two weeks ago at the East Cape Marathon Champs. He too has an amazing paddling pedigree:

  • – 1st Cape Point Challenge 2017
  • – 4th Surfski World Champs 2017
  • – U/23 Surfski World Champ 2017
  • – U/18 Surfski World Champ 2013
  • – U/23 SA Surfski Champ 2014 – 2017
  • – 3rd U/23 K1 SA Marathon Champs 2016/17
  • – 3rd Snr K2 SA Marathon Champs 2017 with Stuart MacLaren

 

 

Nicholas Notten

Another in the Under 23 category is  who should be on the podium is Nicholas Notten. Here are a few of this waterman’s achievements:

  • 2nd SA Canoe Marathon Championships (u/23) 2016 & 2017
  •  Silver Medal, World Marathon Champs 2017
  • Surfski: 3rd Cape Point Challenge 2017
  • Lifesaving: SA Champs Iron Man and Competitor of the Competition Senior Male: 2017 and 2018, National Lifesaving Squad for World Champs
  • Member of the SA National Canoeing Team

With some over 300 competitors already showing their intention gather at Cape ST Francis Resort on Friday to register for the event at to  there are certain to be as many three, four, even more supporters and family members per competitor descending on our town this weekend. Having hosted both the men’s and ladies SA Seniors golf in recent weeks this is certainly another great boost to our tourism and economy.

All we need as a town now need do is to show our support for this prestigious by welcoming our visitors and showing them what a wonderful town we have  as well as lining the banks to spur these athletes on.

The start and finish is at the river mouth, watch this video by which shows the 4km lap, where paddlers (including me) will race between 18km and 30km depending on their age category.

The canoe championship course

Results – TUNA CHALLENGE 2018

Results – TUNA CHALLENGE 2018 – Better late than never

Inclement weather plagued this years Tuna Challeng and Friday was the final day as Saturday saw more bad weather blow in. Results thus are from Friday as the final day.

30 Fish came in on Friday eligible for weighing (over 20kg) with the biggest of which was 29.9 kg caught by Andre Oliver and the first fish of the day was by the boat Sea Wolf – Brandon Kennedy.

 FINAL  RESULTS

BIGGEST FISH

1ST RICHARD FULFORD – 50.2 KG – BOAT REEL ADDICTION

2ND VINCENT LYONS 47.3 KG  – BOAT LYONS CATCH

3RD PETER HARRISON 41.6KG  – BOAT TRUE NORTH

4TH FRANCOIS VAN WYK – BOAT CHALLENGER 3

5TH ANDRE OLIVIER – 29.9 KG BOAT MILADY

6TH NICHOLAAS KRUGER – 28 KG – BOAT ADDICTION

BOAT PRIZE

1st BOAT   –  SEA WOLF  94.2 KG (BRANDON KENNEDY, MARC WHITE, JOEL DACE, TANTIN DACE)

2ND  BOAT  –   THE JACK 93.2 KG (REHAN VOSLOO, MARC GRADWELL, JEANIS SMIT, PAUL SCHOEMAN)

3RD BOAT  –   ELUSIVE 92.7 KG (DAVE, PHILLIPA AND JONATHAN HILL)

LADIES PRIZE

1ST PHILLIPA HILL – 25.6 KG – BOAT ELUSIVE

2ND SHEENA GERGER 24.9KG – BOAT ADDICTION

JUNIOR PRIZE

1ST PRIZE JOEL DACE 25.7 KG – BOAT SEA WOLF

2ND JAYDEN PIETERSE 24.3KG – BOAT KIDCAT