Katie Vincent during a canoe race.canoephotography.com / Bence Vekassy(ICF)
canoephotography.com / Bence Vekassy(ICF)

Two silver medals for Katie Vincent at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Paris

Katie Vincent closed out the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup with another medal.

She raced to a silver medal in the C-1 200m at the Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium, which will host the Paris 2024 canoe-kayak sprint events.

She finished with a time of 45.84 seconds, 0.23 seconds off of first. China’s Wenjun Lin took home gold, while Chile’s Maria Mailliard finished with the bronze.

This comes a day after winning a silver with Sloan MacKenzie in the women’s C-2 500m, an event in which Canadians Sophia Jensen and Julia Lilley Osende also reached the podium, taking third place.

Vincent and MacKenzie finished with a time of 1:57.01 to earn silver.

This event comes a few days after the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, where Vincent collected three medals.

READ: Katie Vincent takes home a haul of medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

Other notable Canadian results include Connor Fitzpatrick‘s fourth place in the Men’s C-1 1000m and Michelle Russell‘s fifth place in the Women’s K-1 500m final.