Ian Mortimer

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This article is about the canoeist Ian Mortimer. For the historian and historical biographer, see Ian Mortimer (historian).
Ian Mortimer
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Born 13 March 1983

Ian Mortimer (born 13 March 1983) is a Canadian sprint canoer who has competed in the World Canoe Championships and trains with the sprint canoe national team of Canada. Mortimer is a member of the Rideau Canoe Club in Ottawa, Ontario, along with his brother Angus, who is also a national team member, but in kayaking.

Mortimer competed for Team Canada at the 2005 ICF Flatwater Racing World Championships, in Zagreb, Croatia, where his team finished fifth in the four-man 1000 meter event, four tenths of a second from the bronze medal, and ninth in the four-man 500 meter event. He has also won a gold medal at the Canadian Junior Championship (two-man 500 meter), and won a World Cup event in Rezice during the 2004 season.

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