Awarded to the club with the most points in the Senior and Intermediate events.
Presented by Washington Canoe Club (WCC) in its name; the trophy spotlights the Club that garners the most points in the Senior division at the National Canoe and Kayak Flatwater Olympic Sprint Championships.
WCC was established in 1904 just upstream of the Key Bridge on the Potomac River in the Nation’s Capital. The club was built by its members and is currently on the National Register of Historic Properties.
Since its inception the Club has been a consistent presence in sprint racing including a team that helped cement the sport’s Olympic Status by racing in first canoe/kayak Olympics in Paris 1924.
The Club is honored to count among its members multiple Olympians, many of whom populated “The Streak”— an unbroken run of placing at least one member on every Olympic Sprint Team between 1948 (London) and 1996 (Atlanta).
|2021||Gig Harbor Canoe & Kayak Racing Team|
|2020||Not Awarded due to Covid-19 Pandemic|
|2019||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2018||Washington Canoe Club|
|2017||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2016||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2015||San Diego Canoe/Kayak Team|
|2014||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2013||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2012||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2011||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2010||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2007||Seattle Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2006||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2005||Seattle Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2004||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2003||Seattle Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2002||Seattle Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2001||Seattle Canoe & Kayak Club|
|2000||Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club|
|1999||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1998||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1997||Hawaii Canoe & Kayak Team|
|1996||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1995||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1994||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1993||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1992||Newport Aquatic Center|
|1991||Hawaii Canoe & Kayak Team|
|1990||Washington Canoe Club|
|1989||Washington Canoe Club|
|1988||Washington Canoe Club|
|1987||Washington Canoe Club|