Canoe/Kayak - Sprint
Jason McCoombs made his Olympic Games debut in 2012 in the C-1 200m event and finished in 13th place.
McCoombs finished ahead of countryman Aaron Rublee in the C-1 200m final in a World Cup race in Duisburg, Germany to secure a spot for the London Games and placed second at the 2012 Canadian nationals in the C-1 200m.
He won three gold medals at the 2010 Junior Pan American Canoe Championships in Mexico in the C-1 200m, 500m and the C-2 200m and added silvers in the C-1 1000m and C-4 1000m.
McCoombs started paddling at eight years old and started canoeing competitively at 12.
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