Missy Milestones – Highlights
2002 Bantams won Cloverleaf Burgee. Close second at CCA. At World Championships in Seville, Spain Tamas Buday, Jr. and Attila Buday win silver in C-4 1000m.
At Duisburg International, Germany bronze in C-4 500m, 200m and 1000m. Carrie Buday wins bronze in K-4 500m at World University Flat Water Championships.
2001 Attila and Tamas Buday, Carrie Buday and Kyle Jeffery named to National team.
At Copenhagen World Cup Kyle Jeffery wins gold in C-2 500m and C-4 500m, silver in C-1 200m and 500m, and bronze in C-2 00m; Carrie Buday wins silver in K-4 500m and bronze in K-4 200m; Attila and Tamas Buday, Jr. capture gold in C-4 500m, C-4 1000m.
At Duisburg International, Germany Kyle Jeffery captures gold in C-4 500m.; Atilla Buday wins gold in C-4 500m and silver C-4 1000m; Tamas Buday silver C-4 1000m.; Carrie Buday bronze in K-4 200m.
At World Cup in Paris, France Kyle Jeffery captures gold in C-1 500m, C-1 1000m (3:54), silver in C-4 500m and 200m and bronze in C-2 500m; Carrie Buday captures gold in K-4 200m and 1000m and silver in K-4 500m; Attila Buday gold in C-4 1000m and silver in C-2 1000m. Tamas Buday, Jr. silver in C-4 500m and C-4 200m.
2000 Attila and Tamas Buday and Carrie Lightbound named to National and Olympic teams. Won Canadian events Burgee at CCA. At Duisburg International regatta Carrie Lightbound wins bronze medals in K-4 500 and K-4 200m; Tamas, Jr. and Attila Buday capture gold medals in C-4 1000 and 200m.
1999 Louise Barclay, Tamas and Attila Buday, and Carrie Lightbound named to the National Team. Andrew Petrolito was named to the Junior World Team. At the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, Carrie, Tamas and Attila bought home gold and silver medals. At the World Championships Tamas and Attila narrowly missed a medal in the 1000m C2 event, finishing fourth! Carrie’s K4 crew clinched a berth for the boat at the Sydney Olympic Games. MCC swept the regatta season and captured it’s fifteenth overall burgee title at CCA. Highlights included the first ever Canadian Events Burgee and our first Juvenile ladies War Canoe gold in recent memory coxed by Kyle Jeffery. Kyle made the national Team on Wednesday morning in his “D” card race, and subsequently captured medals in all eight of his races including the gold in the famed Junior Men’s C4.
1998 Finished 2nd at CCA and Cloverleaf. Tamas Buday Jr, Attila Buday, Louise Barclay and Carrie Lightbound named to Senior European Tour. Kyle Jeffery named to Junior European Tour.
1997 Finished 4th at CCA. Kyle Jeffery named to Junior World Championships in Finland. Tamas Buday Jr, Attila Buday and Tamas Buday Sr (coach) named to Senior World Team. Tamas and Attila Buday finished sixth in C-2 1000m at World Championships in Halifax.
1996 Attila and Tamas Buday to Olympics in Atlanta, USA. Peter Buday and Kris Sziraki on Pan Am Cup Team. Pre-Canada Games Team: Johnny Osborne, Christina Schwarz and Kyle Jeffery. Mac Hickox received Edgar Gilbert Award, Coach category and Jim McGown received Edgar Gilbert Award, Official Category.
1995 Pan American Games, Argentina: Dan Howe won gold in C-1 500m; Dan Howe and Mike Oryschak gold in C-2 500m; Attila Buday silver in C-1 1000m; Attila Buday, Tamas Buday Jr. silver C-2 1000m; Jessica Ferguson (Danica Rice, Marie-Josée Gibeault, Corina Kennedy) won gold in K-4 500m. Jeff Daniels, Chris Sillers, 6th C-2 500m. Drayton Coolen (Mark Deaby, Maxime Boilard, Andre Pellerin), 4th C-4 500m, 5th C-4 1000m. Mike Oryschak, Dan Howe and Tamas Buday Sr (coach) named to Senior National Team. Jeff Daniels, Chris Sillers, Drayton Coolen and Doug Tutty (coach) participated in Junior World Championships in Japan.
1994 Close second at C.C.A., in Montreal. Junior Women and Juvenile Men Burgee. 1994 Junior World Cup in Harkstede, Netherlands: Tamas Buday Jr. 2nd Men’s C-1 500m; Ist Men’s C-1 1000m; Ist Men’s C-1 500m; Jeff Daniels/Chris Sillers Men’s 4th C-2 1000m; 5th Men’s C-2 5000m ; Mike Scarola/Chris Sillers/Jeff Daniels/Maxime Larose 8th Men’s C-4 500m ; 5th Men’s C-4 1000m, Doug Tutty (coach) ; Tamas Buday Jr. presented The Viscount Alexander Award, as Canada’s outstanding Junior Male Athlete of the Year. The Mississauga Sports Celebrities Dinner, Judy Tutty Outstanding Contribution to Community Sport. Named to Senior National Team: Dan Howe, Jessica Ferguson and Tamas Buday Sr. (Coach).
1993 C.C.A. 14th national burgee. Named to Junior World Championship Team: Tamas Buday, Richard Phelan, Doug Tutty (coach); Tamas 3rd C-1 1000m final, Tamas and Richard 4th C-2 1000m final. Tamas Buday Sr. receives Longines-Wittnauer coaching excellence award for the second time; Judy Tutty received Edgar Gilbert Award, Builder category.
1992 At C.C.A., Juvenile Men’s burgee, and placed second overall in Dartmouth. Named to Junior World Championships: Attila Buday, Tamas Buday, Jessica Ferguson, Blake Hara, Michael Oryschak, Doug Tutty (coach): Attila 3rd C-1 1000m; Attila and Mike 1st C-2 1000m; Attila, Mike, Tamas (Matt Patterson) lst C-4 500m; Mike, Tamas, Blake (Matt Patterson) 3rd C-4 1000m. Named to Senior Development Team Tour, Dan Howe. Paul Pageau and coach Tamas Buday Sr. named to Olympic team.
1991 Missy wins 13th national, and Midget Boys, Juvenile Men, Junior Men and Ladies burgees. Named to Junior World Team; Attila Buday, Michael Oryschak, Tamas Buday, Jessica Ferguson, and David Poirier (coach) – Attila won bronze C-1 1000m, Michael Oryschak and Attila Buday won first ever Canadian gold in C-2 1000m.
1990 Former member Mary Jane Yeo Abbott elected Commodore C.C.A. and Dean Oldershaw received Edgar Gilbert Award, Coach category at C.C.A. Annual Meeting. Dean Older’shaw wins 60th gold at Nationals and Missy wins 12th burgee. Mayor Hazel McCallion is made first honourary member. Mississauga named “Team of the Year in Mississauga” at Sports Award Dinner. New expansion official opening held in November.
1989 Second at C.C.A. held in Montreal. First time Ladies C-4 introduced winning Juvenile crew Rebecca Hartlen, Jessica Ferguson, Jill Barclay, Katherine Ogg; winning Junior crew Sue Hlavenka, Liz Loek, Karen Irwin, Jill Barclay. Junior World Championships, Dartmouth, N.S.- Amy Hara, Peter Niedre, Paul Pageau took part along with coach David Poirier. Eric Smith and Tamas Buday Sr (coach) named to Senior World Team.
1988 C.C.A. held in Dartmouth placed 2nd. Eric Smith and Max Tracy along with coach Doug Jones to Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
1987 Kevin Stott, Max Tracy, and Eric Smith qualify for 1987 Senior World Team in Duisberg, Germany; Kevin Stott, Eric Smith and Tom Ladanyi qualify for 1987 University games in Zagreb. Placed 2nd C.C.A. in Calgary.
1986 C.C.A. champions for the 11th time also Juvenile men and senior men burgees. Eric Smith to the World Championships.
1985 3rd at C.C.A. in Ottawa. Eric Smith to the World Championships. Max Tracy to Junior World Championships in Italy.
1984 C.C.A. champions winning also Juvenile and Midget burgees, Max Tracy won 6 golds, and Doug Tutty won 5 golds in Dartmouth. Eric Smith to the Olympic Games.
1983 Silver Anniversary of Missy; Kevin Stott and Eric Smith to World Championships, 4th at C.C.A. in Calgary.
1981 Members on Junior World Team, Sofia, Bulgaria, included Mark Holmes, Bill Trayling, Gunnar Eggertson, Eric Smith.
1978 C.C.A. Champions, Montreal; paddlers to World Championships, in Belgium; Dean Oldershaw, Reed Oldershaw, Scott Oldershaw, Gregg Smith, and Jeremy Abbott at the worlds.
1977 Third at C.C.A., held at Dartmouth, paddlers competed in World Championships in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, John Wood and Gregg Smith, silver medallist in C-2, 500m. Also on World Championship team; Dean Oldershaw, Reed Oldershaw, Scott Oldershaw and Jeremy Abbott.
1976 C.C.A. champions at Toronto; John Wood, silver medallist in C-1 at 21st Olympiad. Club received award for Annual Regatta as Best Sports Event of the Year. Mac Hickox named Canadian Amateur Sports Coach of the Year. Dorothy Jamieson, first woman to officiate in canoeing at Olympics in Montreal.
1975 C.C.A. champions at Montreal; Jeremy Abbott, Ian Ramsay, Carl Remazki, Martin Fraser, Steve Wilson went to Junior Worlds in Rome; Gregg Smith, John Wood went to Senior Worlds.
1974 C.C.A. champions at Toronto. John Wood at the World Championships. Dorothy Jamieson, first woman director ot CCA, in Ottawa.
1971 Scott Lee, John Wood, Marjorie Homer-Dixon sent to World Championships at Belgrade; Club House built and opened. C.C.A. at Dartmouth. Miss C.C.A. from Missy.
1970 C.C.A. champions at Montreal; Miss C.C.A. from Missy. World Championships saw Dean Oldershaw, John Wood, Scott Lee. Dorothy Jamieson, first woman Commodore of a North American club.
1969 C.C.A. champions at Ottawa; Dean Oldershaw wins 6 gold – all in kayak. Miss C.C.A. from Missy.
1968 C.C.A. champions at St. Catharines. Miss C.C.A. from Missy.
1967 Successfully defended C.C.A. championship at Expo in Montreal.
1966 Won first C.C.A. overall club championship burgee in Ottawa.
1963 Missy won all war canoe races at C.C.A., Ottawa, men and ladies.
1964 Distant second at C.C.A., Ottawa. Present crest on wall of clubhouse designed and cut by Jim Renton, painted by Marjorie Homer-Dixon.
1962 Won our first regatta burgee – West Rouge; sent Frank Garner and Dale Sharpe to World Junior Games, Essen, Germany. First C.C.A. victory for Missy – Juvenile C-2 (Dean Oldershaw, Mac Hickox) followed that day by Juvenile C-4, Juvenile War Canoe, and Ladies War Canoe (“snowballs” were awarded).
1960 June 18th, first Mississauga Canoe Club Regatta, Port Credit.
1959 Girls join Club; attended first regatta at Grenadier Pond.
1958 Missy founded by Bert Oldershaw.