# 10 Bryn Atwood 5 (1 pt) ~ # 6 Tanner Quinton 1 (2 pt)
Top Rusher - # 23 Chett Card ~
Top Receiver - # 30 Kendyn Duane
Top Tackler - # 81 Porter Brown
Quarter Back Sacks - # 14 Teagan Miller (2) ~ # 35 Cannon Millward
Interceptions / Fumble Recovery - # 4 Shane Quinton (1) Int.
# 30 Kendyn Duane (1) Int. ~ # 7 Max Russell (1) FR
# 51 Nick Chief Moon (1) FR
World Equestrian Games Recap
Submitted by Jennie Gay Griffiths
Team Canada vaulters exceeded all expectations and set multiple Canadian records at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Normandy, France. The games are held every four years and were attended by athletes from 70 countries, competing in eight disciplines, with over 500,000 spectators in attendance and a worldwide television
audience of over 150 million viewers.
Eight athletes (seven members of Team Alberta) from Canada competed at WEG in the individual, squad (team of 6) and pas de deux (pairs) divisions.
This was the first time Canada has qualified
a squad or pairs to a world championships. The team spent 2 ½ weeks training on their leased horses in Scotland before embarking to the Normandy region of France.
Records began falling on the second day of competition as the squad became the first ever Canadians to advance to the finals in any vaulting world championships.