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Todd Oishi

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The history of the medals awarded to competitors at the past 15 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships (2003 - 2017)               

Individual Medal Counts for competitors at the Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships:


*FIPS-Mouche point system used for recording individual medal points
Gold = 3 points
Silver = 2 points
Bronze = 1 points

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Team Medal Counts for competitors at the Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships:


*FIPS-Mouche point system used for recording individual medal points
Gold = 3 points
Silver = 2 points
Bronze = 1 points

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TEAM MEDAL COUNTS

The following chart provides the number of medals that the teams have earned at the Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships and the years of their activity period at the NFFCs:



*FIPS-Mouche point system used for recording team medal points:
Gold = 3 points
Silver = 2 points
Bronze = 1 points

Please email Todd at: toishis@gmail.com if there are any errors in your individual or team's statistics.
« Last Edit: December 09, 2017, 08:26:14 PM by Todd Oishi »
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Please email Todd at: toishis@gmail.com if there are any errors in your individual or team's statistics
« Last Edit: December 09, 2017, 07:23:55 PM by Todd Oishi »
For me, the quality of a trout is not measured in inches or pounds, but rather by the journey and circumstances that allowed our paths to cross...