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Successful Canadian Nationals 2023

Successful Canadian Nationals in with over 600 Starters over 2 Days.

The 2023 Canadian Nationals at the 7 Chiefs Sportplex & Jim Starlight Centre in the Tsuut’ina Nation were a resounding success, drawing over 600 starters over two days from the 5th to the 7th of May 2023. The event showcased some of the best athletes in the country, and the venue provided a stunning backdrop for the competition, as well as offering a valuable trial run for the future World Championships.

The Tsuut’ina Nation, located just outside of Calgary, Alberta, is a proud community with a rich history and culture. Hosting the Canadian Nationals provided an opportunity for the community to showcase their vibrant culture and hospitality, and they did not disappoint. The organizers went above and beyond to ensure that the event was a success, from the impressive facilities to the warm welcome extended to all participants.

The 7 Chiefs Sportplex & Jim Starlight Centre proved to be an ideal venue for the competition, with its state-of-the-art facilities and spacious layout. The organizers took full advantage of the venue.

The competition itself was fiercely contested, with athletes from across the country vying for national titles and the chance to represent Canada in order to qualify for the world championships. The level of competition was impressive and the spectators were treated to some thrilling performances.

The Canadian Nationals also provided an opportunity for the athletes and the clubs to connect with one another and forge new friendships. The event, which was streamed live to www.wkuworld.tv provided a platform for the athletes to showcase their skills and demonstrate the hard work and dedication that goes into achieving success at the highest level.

Overall, the 2023 Canadian Nationals at the 7 Chiefs Sportplex & Jim Starlight Centre in the Tsuut’ina Nation were a resounding success. The event showcased some of the best of WKUWORLD Canada, and we can only hope that future events will continue to build on this success.

Photos: @klaus.nonnemacher, @eminate.rays, @kyra.a.777

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