Bullet on Day 4 at the World Championships in Aarhus!
Sunday August 5th, 2018 - Kingston, ON
Canadian Sailing Team Members are moving their way up the scoreboard at the 2018 Sailing World Championships Aarhus in Denmark. Striking a bullet on the last race of the day, Sarah Douglas (Laser Radial) is putting skills into action, as she is currently sitting in 7th overall. Tom Ramshaw (Finn) has had a steady event, securing his 4th place on the scoreboard. The points are tight, and the competition is tough!
Sailors are competing for more than a medal at this event, as the Sailing World Championships are the first and largest qualification regatta for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. With 40% of the places being decided at this event, sailors will need to push hard to make their way up the scoreboard.
Results can be followed here: https://aarhus2018.sailing.org/results
Here are Sail Canada’s Canadian Sailing Team & Development Squad members racing at the event:
Tom Ramshaw (SLYC/RCYC)
Kyle Martin (RVYC)
Robert Davis (KYC/RCYC)
Luke Ruitenberg (RNSYS)
Fillah Karim (RVYC)
Noah Collinson (RCYC)
Brenda Bowskill (RCYC)
Sarah Douglas (ABYC)
Isabella Bertold (RVYC)
Coralie Vittecoq (RStLYC)
Will Jones (RHYC) & Evan DePaul (RHYC)
Ali Ten Hove (KYC/RCYC) & Mariah Millien (RCYC)
Additional Canadian sailors racing at the event:
Laser - Hugh McRae (KYC), Norman Struthers (RCYC)
Laser Radial - Clara Gravely (ABYC), Maura Dewey (RVYC)
Finn - Gordon Stevens (RNSYS)
Stay tuned as our sailors hit the water, and fight their way to the top! Don’t miss out on a single race with the live tracking.
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