Team Nova Scotia paddles to 8 medal haul at Canada Games
Canoe and kayak athletes already stood on the podium in 7 of 8 races Monday
Nova Scotia's paddlers took home eight medals on Tuesday at the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg, adding to the team's seven medal haul on Monday.
The team has reached the podium in all but one race this week.
On Tuesday the team landed two gold, four silver, and two bronze medals.
Connor Fitzpatrick of Dartmouth, N.S., took home the gold for the men's 1,000 m canoe race, while Marlee Dawn MacIntosh of Halifax took home the silver for the women's.
In the two-person 500 metre men's canoe, team members Bret Himmelman from Hammonds Plains/Bedford and Mark Wiseman from Fall River snagged a bronze.
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In the C-4 500 m female race, teammates Ava Carew, Kate Hennessey, Nicole Jessop and Julia Lilley Osende took home silver.
Nova Scotia took home medals in kayaking as well.
In the 1,000 m men's kayak, Zane Clarke took home the gold, while Ashley Card from Hammond Plains snagged the silver in the women's.
Those two athletes joined their teammates to bring in more medals.
Clarke paddled with teammates Robert Francis Theodore Laureijs, Mark Marschalko, and Jacob Steele to win silver for the four-person men's 1,000 m kayak race.
Meanwhile, Card teamed up with Anna Negulic to win a bronze in the 500 m female kayak race.
More CanoeKayak heats start on Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. AT.
You can read the full results here.