Lise Maltais (mom) and Mia Wheatley-Maltais.

SUPurb effort earns Mia Wheatley-Maltais third junior national championship

Compass Adventure’s SUP athlete Mia Wheatley-Maltais captured her third junior national championship at the July 16-17 Canadian Surfing Association (CSA) National SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) SURF race championships, hosted by Tofino Paddle Surf.

The first day was a 4km SUP SURF race and the second day was a long distance 12km event. Wheatley-Maltais won both events in the junior category. At 15 years old, she now holds three junior national titles.

Wheatley-Maltais thanks Compass Adventures, coaches Stuart and Andrew Robinson, and the Revy Auto Group for their generous support.

 

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