Kingston Breeze Delivers for Day 3 of the Canadian Senior Championships!
Monday, August 19, 2019
Day 3 of the Canadian Senior Championships at CORK OCR treated sailors with a classic Kingston sea breeze from the SW with winds gusting up to 23 knots on Lake Ontario. The average wind speeds for the day were around 16 - 20 knots making it an action-packed day across all fleets.
On the skiff course, the 49er fleet completed two races and the 49erFX fleet sailed 1 race.
On the single-handed course, the Laser, Laser Radial and Finn fleet all sailed three races. Kyle Martin continued his streak of first places with three more bullets today, maintaining his position at the top of the fleet.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 20th is the last day of racing for the Laser, Laser Radial, Finn, 49er and 49erFX.
In the 49er after 7 races;
1st- Trevor Parekh and Marc Farmer (RSTLYC)
2nd - Ryan and Andrew Wood (RVYC) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
3rd- Sam and Will Bonin (RCYC) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
In the 49ERFX after 6 races;
1st- Charlie Hibben and Jana Laurendea (USA)
2nd- Lucy Wilmot and Nathan Housber (USA)
3rd- Georgia and Antonia Lewin LaFrance (RNSYS) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
In the Laser after 8 races;
1st- Chase Carraway (USA)
2nd- Leo Boucher (USA)
3rd- Luke Ruitenberg (RNSYS) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
In the Laser Radial after 8 races;
1st - Coralie Vittecoq (PCYC) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
2nd- Talia Toland (USA)
3rd- Clara Gravely (ABYC) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
In the Finn after 8 races;
1st - Kyle Martin (RVYC) - Canadian Sailing Development Squad
2nd- Quiton Gallon (BYC)
3rd- Stephen Smeulders (USA)
Photo - Luka Bartulovic - Sailing Shot
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