Women's Pro Western Qualifier 2019

Date
Sunday, June 2, 2019 (3 years ago)
Nation
CAN
Location
Port McNeil, BC, Outdoor
Type
National Cup »
Intermediates
» Women
Unsupported Timekeeping
Results PDF
State
Official Results

Official Results

# Name Nation Points Time
1.
Danielle TKACH
Intermediate
CAN
23 1:25.06
2.
Allison BRISCOE
Intermediate
CAN
18 2:00.92
3.
Andrea HAND
Intermediate
CAN
13 4:21.88
4.
Nicola LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
11 3:50.40
5.
Tracey LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
9 3:57.06
6.
Marie-Eve LECLERC
Intermediate
CAN
9 4:14.17
7.
Sharman PRIOR
Intermediate
CAN
8 4:57.03
8.
Kelsey KARGUS
Intermediate
CAN
0 9:00.00
Competition Wood: WhitePine (30 cm diameter)
# Name Nation Points Time  
1.
Danielle TKACH
Intermediate
CAN
8 53.39
2.
Andrea HAND
Intermediate
CAN
7 59.29
3.
Allison BRISCOE
Intermediate
CAN
6 1:15.19
4.
Sharman PRIOR
Intermediate
CAN
5 1:20.75
Nicola LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
Dq2
Tracey LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
Dq2
Marie-Eve LECLERC
Intermediate
CAN
Dq2
Kelsey KARGUS
Intermediate
CAN
Dq2
Current World Record: 36.16 by Amanda BEAMS at Australian Women Championship 2019 ( All discipline records)
Competition Wood: WhitePine (40 cm diameter)
# Name Nation Points Time  
1.
Allison BRISCOE
Intermediate
CAN
8 16.85
2.
Danielle TKACH
Intermediate
CAN
7 19.73
3.
Andrea HAND
Intermediate
CAN
6 22.59
4.
Nicola LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
5 29.93
5.
Tracey LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
4 34.79
6.
Sharman PRIOR
Intermediate
CAN
3 36.28
7.
Marie-Eve LECLERC
Intermediate
CAN
2 59.44
Kelsey KARGUS
Intermediate
CAN
Dq2
Current World Record: 15.62 by Alrun UEBING at German FORD Transit Cup 2021 - Women ( All discipline records)
Competition Wood: WhitePine (40 cm diameter)
# Name Nation Points Time  
1.
Danielle TKACH
Intermediate
CAN
8 11.94
2.
Marie-Eve LECLERC
Intermediate
CAN
7 14.73
3.
Nicola LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
6 20.47
4.
Tracey LITTLETON
Intermediate
CAN
5 22.27
5.
Allison BRISCOE
Intermediate
CAN
4 28.88
Andrea HAND
Intermediate
CAN
Dq8
Sharman PRIOR
Intermediate
CAN
Dq6
Kelsey KARGUS
Intermediate
CAN
Dq10
Current World Record: 9.60 by Alrun UEBING at German Amarok Cup 2020 - Women ( All discipline records)