Canadian Skaters Finish At Top Of North American Series- Morgane Echardour First In Pro Women, Peter Doucet Second In Pro Men

The 2009 NROC, a multi-race series with events in the USA and Canada, concluded this past weekend with the New York 100k.

Skaters from all around Canada participated in the series, which is organized by the Inline Planet.

Morgane Echardour was crowned overall Pro Women’s champion with her 2nd place finish in New York while Peter Doucet finished second overall in the series with a 9th place finish in the 100km race.

Canadian women claimed 3 of the top-5 placements in the Pro Open Women’s category. Three other Canadian skaters won their age groups including Benoit Letourneau (Pro Master Men), Morgan Williams (Pro Veteran Men), and Brigitte Beaudry (Advanced Master Women).

You can find complete 2009 standings here.

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Here are Canadian results-

  • Morgane Echardour- 1st- Pro Open Women
  • Sarah Hopkins- 3rd- Pro Open Women
  • Candy Wong- 4th- Pro Open Women
  • Martine Charbonneau- no result- Pro Open Women
  • Peter Doucet- 2nd- Pro Open Men
  • Travis Shaw- 15th- Pro Open Men
  • Marc Belanger- 17th- Pro Open Men
  • Benoit Letourneau- 1st- Pro Master Men
  • Stephane Charron- 4th- Pro Master Men
  • Michael Garvin- 8th- Pro Master Men
  • Georg Nikodym- 9th- Pro Master Men
  • Morgan Williams- 1st- Pro Veteran Men
  • Herb Gayle- 3rd- Pro Veteran Men
  • Jay Brown- 12th- Pro Veteran Men
  • Randy Plett- no results due to injury- Pro Veteran Men
  • Simon Clement- 3rd- Advanced Senior Men
  • Dominique Clement- 6th- Advanced Senior Men
  • Yves Morin- no result- Advanced Senior Men
  • Philippe Candelier- 6th- Advanced Master Men
  • Jocelyn Brule- 8th- Advanced Master Men
  • Ted Macdonald- 9th- Advanced Master Men
  • Jacky Shu- 10th- Advanced Master Men
  • Michael Lin- no result- Advanced Master Men
  • Brigitte Beaudry- 1st- Advanced Master Women
  • Claude Filioux- no result- Grand Veteran Men
  • Sylvia Lee- no result- Advanced Senior Women
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