Mark de Jonge
Discipline/event: Kayak, K-1 200m
Hometown: Halifax, NS
Residence: Halifax, NS
Club: Maskwa Aquatic Club
Coach: Frederic Jobin
Goals: To become a World and Olympic Champion.
Interests: I have many interests but not many permanent hobbies/fixations. I like training, hiking/being outdoors, analyzing/learning things, eating, and having new interests/activities every day.
2012 Olympic Games, London, 3rd K-1 200m
2012 Olympic Team Trials, Montreal, 1st and unofficial world’s best time K-1 200m
2011 World Championships, Hungary, 6th K-1 200m
2011 World Cup, Germany, 3rd K-1 200m
2007 Pan Am Games, Brazil, 2nd K-4 1000m
2003 Pan Am Games, Dominican Republic, 3rd K-1 500m
1999-2012 30-time National Champion, various events
CanoeKayak Canada names 45 athletes to international tour teams
May 14, 2013
MONTRÉAL – CanoeKayak Canada is pleased to name 33 athletes to its Senior World Cup Team and 12 athletes to its Under 23 International Tour Team following the first set of National Team Trials in Montréal. “I’m looking forward to taking this team overseas for our first international competitions of the next quadrennial,” said Scott… [read more]
@boxing_canada training camp in Montreal. Brody Blair (Pictou, NS) is in the ring. http://t.co/box67UWY40
3 days ago
Pleased to announce @big_steins (Jeremy Steinbach) as the new Provincial Strength and Conditioning Coach in Halifax! Welcome to NS, May 27!
4 days ago
Getting to Know our Atlantic Athletes! Learn more about @jcolley5 as she heads to SWNT tryouts this weekend!
6 days ago
Discipline/Event: Wheelchair Basketball Hometown: Fredericton, NB Club: Elm City Sports Club Coach: Jerry Tonella, national men’s wheelchair basketball team Significant Results: Two-time Paralympic gold medallist (2000, 2004) Paralympic silver medallist (2008) World Championships gold medallist (2006) Two-time Canadian National Championships MVP (2006, 2007) Two-time Sport NB Male Athlete of the Year (2001, 2004)