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Sail Canada – Gold, Silver and Bronze
at the 2019 Pan Am Games
 

 
 
The PanAm Games Sailing Team wrapped up their racing on August 10th, bringing home a total of 3 medals! The event saw an array of conditions that made for a challenging event for our Canadian sailors.
 
Medal Winners
Gold – Sarah Douglas, Radial
Silver – Luke Ramsay, Sunfish
Bronze – Alexander Heinzemann & Justin Barnes, 49er
 
Congratulations to all our sailors that represented the country and you can read more about the games and our medal winners:
 

 
 
Sail Canada Championships

 
 
Today marks the last day of racing at the Sail Canada Senior Championships at CORK OCR in Kingston, ON. The members of the Canadian Sailing Development Squad have been fighting their way onto the podium after a great week of racing in various conditions.
 
 
Sail Canada Youth Championships wrapped up at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour in Kingston on Friday, August 16th. Despite some challenging conditions, racing went off without a hitch, which is no small feat considering there were over 400 athletes from 13 countries across 3 courses.
 
 
Our regional championships have also all wrapped up for the summer. Read about them below.
 
 
Thank you to all of the hosts; Central Okanagan Sailing Association, Hudson Yacht Club, Shediac Bay Yacht Club, and CORK along with all the sailors, parents, coaches, and volunteers that make these events what they are.
 
These events also wouldn’t be possible without the support of our partners; Helly Hansen, Government of Canada, and Fogh Marine who helped support YOTS.

 
 
Ready, Steady, Tokyo

 
 
Taking place between 15-22 August 2019 at Enoshima Yacht Harbour, the official Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing venue, is Ready Steady Tokyo, the official test event for the Games in one year’s time.
 
Our Canadian Sailing Team & Development Squad have been hitting the waters of Enoshima this week. Racing thus far has proven to be tricky for competitors as the tail end of Typhoon Krosa brought strong winds and waves on Day 1. Day 2 brought much lighter winds of around 3 – 6 knots requiring sailors to quickly shift gears from the previous day’s big breeze. The shifty winds and tricky sailing conditions moved competitors around the scoreboard.
 
One more day of fleet racing left for the the single handed boats tomorrow looking to complete 2 races before medal races on Thursday.
 
Robert Davis (Laser) – 29th
Sarah Douglas (Laser Radial) – 9th
Maura Dewey (Laser Radial) – 40th
Tom Ramshaw (Finn) – 18th
 
The double handed boats our sailors finish the event with more experience, knowledge and skill!

Allie Surrette & Max Flinn (Nacra 17) – 20th
Will Jones & Evan DePaul (49er) – 20th
Ali Ten Hove & Mariah Millen (49erFX) – 18th
 
Follow along with the racing here.