The Larry Cain Trail is a signed dedicated stretch of property along the waterfront to commemorate the significant achievements and training site for one of Oakville's Olympians.
Cain earned double medals for Canada at the 1984 Olympics, achieving Gold in Canadian Canoe Single C1 - 500 metres and Silver in the C1 - 1000 metres. During his legendary career, he represented Canada in the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Olympics.
The legacy of Larry Cain continues as he has been inaugurated into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. He remains a prominent member, coach and leader of the local organization that launched him successfully to the world arena - the Burloak Canoe Club.
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