Nikko

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The emerald green Nikko was named for the king of the Flying Monkeys in the Wizard of Oz. A loose fibre reinforcement in the concrete mix resulted in a slightly fuzzy surface but greatly increased resilience compared to previous canoes. The competition in Moncton included a presentation with appearances by Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and the Scarecrow. Nicolas Lee

  • Adam Steinberg [NSCI 0T4]
  • Rachel Chang [NSCI 0T4]
  • Ellen Yeh [CIV 0T4]
  • Judy Ue [CHE 0T5]
  • Emily Fan [ARTSCI 0T5]
  • Nazim Hussain [NSCI 0T5]
  • Philip Raynham [MEK 0T4]
  • Daniel Carew [NSCI 0T6]
  • Daniel Ludwin [NSCI 0T6]
  • Mike Collins [CIV 0T5]
  • Cam Fraser [NSCI 0T7]
  • Daniel Zaide [NSCI 0T7]
  • Edward On
  • Chris Lau
  • Mike Kranz
  • Alex Sues
  • Angela Hsu
  • Kimberley Rose
  • Caitlin Bailey

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Project Details

Class Year: 0T7

Status: Decommissioned

Theme: Wizard of Oz

Placement at CNCCC 2004: 3rd

Length: 6.1 m

Weight: 77.1 kg

Awards:

Project Managers: Nicolas Lee [NSCI 0T5]

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Each year, the UofT Concrete Canoe design team design, test, and construct our own canoe and pit it against other universities in national competitions.

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