Sail Canada Statement: Tokyo 2020

Sail Canada Statement: Tokyo 2020

Sail Canada Statement re: Exclusion of sailing at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.The recent news regarding the International Paralympic Committee’s decision to exclude sailing from the 2020 Paralympic Games is a devastating blow for the sport of sailing worldwide. For Canadian sailors campread more

Medals in Miami - 2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup

Medals in Miami - 2015 ISAF Sailing...

 Friday, January 30, 2015 - Miami, FLThe final showdown was set to take place on Bravo course today with all three Paralympic fleets jousting for medals . Sailors waited for wind anxiously onshore and on course until racing was officially called off at 1530. Canadian Allan Leibel sailed a very read more

Bill Burk Memorial Youth Elite Award

Bill Burk Memorial Youth Elite Award

The Bill Burk Memorial Award, donated to Sail Canada in 1997 in honour of Bill Burk, recognizes outstanding youth male and female achievement in competitive sailing. Recipients of the award will have competed in National and International competition during the award year and brought recognition to read more

Bobbly breeze - 2015 Miami World Cup

Bobbly breeze - 2015 Miami World Cup

January 29, 2014 - Miami, FLMiami delivers another day of bobbly breeze in the mid-low teens that shook up the rankings on the 4th day of racing at ISAF World Cup Miami. Canadian Allan Leibel moved into podium position despite suffering an OCS (on course side of starting line) today. Norwaread more

Pick the right place! - Miami World Cup

Pick the right place! - Miami World Cup

Miami delivered a wide range of conditions today with winds between 9-16kts and shifts in excess of 35 degrees reported from Bravo course. The unpredictable systems, did not delay any racing on Biscayne Bay!Nacra 17 team Luke Ramsay & Nikola Girke turned on the speed today putting together a solread more

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