Canada (Sail) This Month’s Sailor Finally Adjudged

Determined and all-set, Laser Radial, and also Laser 4.7, Laser sailors got together in the venue of Lauderdale for their 1st event of the year 2019. The Yacht Club of Lauderdale in the month of January attracted more than 55 sailors of Laser, battling it out more than 10 races at the event of Lauderdale OCR, which also managed to serve as the Pan Am Canadian qualifier in the classes of Laser Radial and Laser.

The event which lasted for around 4 days brought in lots of conditions, from ways to breezy to shifty and light. Attracting lots of the development and sailing team members of the squad, Fillah Karim and Robert Davis stayed on the apex of each other throughout all the week battling to end at the Laser fleet’s top.

SLMASC Hosts NSW Youth Championship

The South Lake Macquarie Amateur Sailing Club is all geared up for the great event that it would ever host. The club will organize the NSW Youth Championship in October on Lake Macquarie. Well, this would be one of the biggest events that the club would run and the management is expecting nearly 350 entries coming in this year. Sailors would take part in 17 classes of boat. There are classes specifically for youth sailors and pathway boats as well for kids as they can sail and race to get into the Olympics in the near future. Also, they can gain some experience so rich as to become professionals as they grow up.

There are several classes that are organized out of which 4 courses would be hosted on Lake Macquarie. The partner clubs of the event are Wangi Wangi Amateur Sailing Club and Mannering Park Amateur Sailing Club. There are 2 courses offered by SLAMASC along with the partner clubs, Windsurfers, Optimists, Lasers, Sabots as well as BIC O’Pens.

A New Generation For Canada’s Cup

The Canada’s Cup, the premier match of Great Lakes racing trophy, has been contested 24 times between Canada and USA after the first event which held in 1896. USA holds the edge, with 13 to 11, as teams competing in a range of classes over that time.

To celebrate the tradition, history and competitiveness of this Cup, the chairpersons of the Committee Allan Megarry and Royal Canadian Yacht Club (RCYC) and Past Commodore Jamie Keating, has envisaged a new vision for the new beginning of this event in the year 2020: The event will be hosted bi-annually with three cycles to 2024 all events will be hosted at the RCYC.