Setting records and winning awards were the story of 2012 for the Richmond Kajaks.
The track and field club dominated on all fronts - from setting Canadian age records to athletes and coaches receiving recognition from B.C. Athletics.
The Kajaks' coaching staff produced plenty of hardware as Mosely Jack (B.C. Junior Development), Richard Collier (Senior) and Don Steen (High Performance) received coach of the year awards.
Throwing standout Autumn Covington was among the Midget 15 track and Field Athletes of the Year. Samantha Kennedy was named Junior Female Athlete of the Year, while Gwen Mcfarlan was top Masters Female Road Running Athlete.
Asianna Covington, and Curtis Moss(Olympian) were nominees in various categories. Asianna also set Canadian youth records in the discus and hammer.
Masters athletes Betsy Rollins and Rose Hare won a combined 25 medal at track meets in B.C. and Washington State.
Kajaks past president Fred Pawluk, was named Builder of the Year by the Richmond Sports Council.
For more results and information on the the club's upcoming Icebreaker Run on Jan. 27 in Steveston, visit www.kajaks.org.
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