Brady Reardon is a second generation Olympian who was proud to have his father Jim on-site to watch him at Beijing 2008. Just like his dad at Munich 1972, Reardon competed in the K-4 1000m. Reardon has competed at every edition of the ICF World Championships since his debut in the K-2 1000m in 2007. In 2012 he began racing K-1 internationally and won a silver medal in the first K-1 500m race of the World Cup season. A longtime training partner of Burloak clubmate Adam van Koeverden, the two focused on the K-2 1000m in 2013 and won a silver medal at the third World Cup stop in Poznan. In 2014 Reardon teamed with Andrew Jessop in the K-2 1000m at the world championships and recorded one of Canada’s best results of the competition with their seventh place finish.
Family: Parents Jim and Danny Reardon… Older brother Tucker… Getting married in September 2015… Getting into the Sport: Grew up in the sport because both of his parents paddled… Outside Interests: Enjoys mountain biking, DIY projects, being outside with his dog Banditt… Has a degree in kinesiology from McMaster University… Volunteers with KidSport… Odds and Ends: Always drinks a Guinness before race day… Always keeps his racing numbers… Favourite motto: “When you think you’re going as hard as you can, toughen up and go harder”…
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
OG: 2008 – 9th (K-4 1000m)
ICF WCh: 2014 – 7th (K-2 1000m), 15th (K-4 1000m); 2013 – 13th (K-2 1000m); 2010 – 11th (K-2 500m)