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1988: Junior Women

1976: Junior Women

Ahmic Harbour, ONTARIO
Ahmic Lake
Ancestral lands of the Mississauga, Anishinabewaki

Google Maps Link - photograph © courtesy Ak-O-Mak C.C.


Jersey paintings © Liam Birch
Current Jersey


Boathouse


photograph © Liam Birch

Women's C-15 2004


photograph © Liam Birch

2004


Ak-O-Mak Regatta 1988

Founded:
1964 (1928)
Founders:
Donald May (1964)  
Official Name: Ak-O-Mak Canoe Club
Former Name:
Telephone:
705-387-3810
Website:
www.campakomak.com
Club Colours:
   

ACHIEVEMENTS
11th Place: 1988
Greatest Points Total: 1988: 44 (11th)
INFORMATION
The Ak-O-Mak Canoe Club is part of Camp Ak-O-Mak, founded in 1928 as a swimming camp. The organization branched into canoeing and kayaking in 1964 thanks to the work of Donald May, and spent the next seven years competing under the auspices of the Sudbury Canoe Club. By 1971, Ak-O-Mak were competing under their own name, separate from the Sudbury club. Ak-O-Mak caters to both Canadian and American athletes along with its brother camp Chikopi. Ak-O-Mak is an Algonquin word meaning “land across the water.”
CCA COMMODORES
None


Midget C15 1988
NATIONAL TEAM COACHES
None
CANADA GAMES MEDALISTS
None
NATIONAL TEAM ALUMNI (USA)

Marcia Jones Smoke

OLYMPICS 1964, 1968, 1972