-Tokyo 2020 Olympian in Sailing Ali ten Hove to meet with up-and-coming sailors in Kingston Friday and Sunday (read)
-Kingston ready to host Sail Canada Championships for seven fleets starting Saturday (read)
ILCA 4-4.7 (Laser) and ILCA 6 (Laser Radial)
-2-time Olympian in Sailing Tom Ramshaw in Kingston Thursday, August 12th (read)
-Kingston to Welcome more than 160 Sailors for Sail Canada 2021 Laser (ILCA) Youth Championships (read)
2021 CORK International Regatta, Sail Canada Youth Championships, Club 420
This championship will be hosted by CORK in cooperation with Sail Canada and will be the Sail Canada Youth Championships for the International 420 and Club 420.
- Registration/Check-in: morning July 26th
- Racing: July 26-29
- Event website including the Notice of Race
- CORK accommodation discounts
Release: Kingston to Welcome 100 Sailors for Sail Canada 2021 Club 420 Youth Championships (read)
Nomination and registration process
In the likely scenario that there will be a limitation on group size for competition this summer, Sail Canada and CORK, with feedback from coaches and PSA’s, have arrived at the following system to give fair representation at these events. We are basing this proposal on 70 athletes and 10 coaches per event. If Public Health adjusts this number either upwards or downwards then the quotas will be adjusted as a percentage of the allocation given for 70 participants. After the nomination period is over and sailors nominated by Sail Canada or PSA have confirmed entry as per dates outlined below, registration for available spots will open on a first come first served basis.
CORK and Sail Canada will follow Government and Public Health regulations. Details of regulations to be in effect at time of the different events may be modified and we will do our utmost to advise of such changes. See the NOR posted to the CORK website for further details.
Full details on the nomination and registration process.