We are incredibly proud to send Nick Matveev, Courtney Stott, and Andrea Nelson off to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. It has been an extraordinarily challenging year but we have seen these three athletes keep their goals and olympic dreams front of mind.
We weren't able to host a send off event before the team left for Tokyo this year. Instead, we all came together to wish Nick, Courtney, and Andrea the best of luck at the games in this video. May you have an experience of a lifetime and bring home lots of stories to share with our next generation of athletes. You are history in the making and we can't wait to see you on our screens at home and your names painted on the BBC mural on the boardwalk!
THE RACES ARE OFF!
Olympic Canoe Sprint events begin on Sunday August 1st at 8:30PM EDT and run until Friday August 6th.
We have organized some opportunities to watch the races as a team at the Balmy Beach Club:
The races will be streamed live at the Main Club (Balmy Beach Club) every evening. Reservations are required and one guest per member is permitted. To book a reservation, go to the BBC member booking portal
Race Replay Watch Party:
Join us on Wednesday August 4th and Saturday August 7th in the Banquet Hall at the Balmy Beach Club to watch the races together. You do not need to be a BBC member and you do not need to have a reservation to attend this event. There is a 76-person capacity to the Banquet Hall, spaces will be filled on a first come first served basis. The bar and kitchen will be open for food and beverage orders.
Wednesday August 4th 2pm - 4pm
Saturday August 7th 3pm - 5pm
Balmy Beach Club Banquet Hall (Foot of Beach Ave)
Nick Matveev's Event Schedule (and advancements):
Tuesday August 3rd
8:30 PM EDT: K1 200m heats
10:32 PM EDT: K1 200m quarterfinals
Wednesday August 4th
8:30 PM EDT: K1 200m semi finals
10:20 PM EDT: K1 200m finals
Thursday August 5th
9:30 PM EDT - K4 500m heats
Friday August 6th
9:14 PM EDT: K4 500m semi finals
11:19M EDT: K4 500m finals
Full schedule in EDT:
Canoe Kayak video player on CBC: