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Day 1 Olympic Classes Regatta -Sail Canada Senior Championships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sail Canada Senior Championships & CORK OCR started today at Portsmouth Harbour in Kingston. The Kingston Town Crier and MP Mark Garretson, kicked off the event with an official welcome for Sailors, Coaches, Volunteers and supporters.

Day one brought good breeze, with 12 knots as racing started at noon and increased through the afternoon. On the single-handed course, two races were completed for the Laser, Radial and Finn fleets. The 49er, FX and I14 fleets sailed three races.

Laser- 1st Davis (CAN), 2nd Bowers (USA), 3rd Gallant (CAN)

Radial – 1st Vittecoq (CAN), 2nd Hatter (USA), 3rd Luczynski (CAN)

Finn – 1st Landeau (USA), 2nd van Wonderen (CAN), 3rd Yuji (JPN)

49er – 1st Ferguson/Ferguson (CAN), 2nd Parekh/Farmer (CAN), 3rd Wood/Wood (CAN)

FX – 1st ten Hove/Millen (CAN), 2nd Bolland/Flanagan (CAN), 3rd Richardson/Chiu

I14 – 1st Struthers/Cunningham, 2nd Lemieux/Laventure, 3rd Hayward/Koechli

Racing continues tomorrow for all fleets. Stay tuned to
@CORK/SailKingston on twitter for updates and results through the day.

Full details here:

Results

CORK Event Photo credit www.sailingshot.com 

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For more information 

CORK websitewww.cork.org
CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322
Email: sail@cork.org
Address: 53 Yonge Street, Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, Kingston Ontario

Final Day CORK International, 29er North American Championship & i420 Canadian Championships

The final day of racing brought a dying light breeze meaning that fleets on all courses were able to only complete one race. However after a great 4 days of racing the champions in each fleet were decided:

Laser Radial

5th Christopher Araujo

4th Marcus Huttunen

3rd Michael Pinto

2nd Justin Vittecoq

1st Tayte Stefaniuk

Top Female Single Handed Medal: Lauren Ehnot

Top Female Canadian Single Handed Trophy: Clara Gravely  (Trophy donated by the Fogh family)

Top Male Single Handed Trophy: Tayte Stefaniuk (Trophy donated by the Fogh Family)

 

29er North American Championship

5th Aidan Chiu & Mark McCutcheon

4th Steven Hardee & Taylor Hasson

3rd Brooke Shachoy & Emmet Smith

2nd Alec Baird & Cameron Baird

1st + Top Skiff Trophy: William Bonin & Samuel Bonin

Top Female Double Handed Trophy: Audrey Staples & Katerina Kunz

 

Club 420

5th Zachary Spaulding & Benjamin Pestana

4th Joel Millar & Mathew Newhouse

3rd Scott Leduc & Kyle Feeney

2nd Hyla Mosher & Aird Nesbitt

1st + Top Double Handed Trophy: Gray Snyder & Jack Porter  (Trophy donated by the Fogh family)

Top Female Double Handed Trophy: Natalina Mussio & Katie Butler

 

International 420 Canadian Championship

3rd Moritz Heidenreich & David Sapp

2nd Jack Groves & Alex Fraser

1st & Top Female Georgia Lewin-LaFrance & Madeline Gillis

 

Congratulations to all competitors and we look forward to seeing you back on the water at CORK in the near future!

Extra special thank you to all of the volunteers out on the water and ashore who make events like this possible!  Hat’s off to the best team in sailing!

 

For more informationn

CORK website: www.cork.org

CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322

Email: media@cork.org

Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

Day 3 CORK International, 29er North American Championships & i420 Canadian Championships

The third day of racing brought light wind and tricky shifty wind conditions. On the charlie course the race committee was successful in getting off three races for the 29er fleet. Unfortunately the other fleets were not as successful with the radial fleet completing two races and both the club 420 and i420  getting in 1 race.

At the end of the day athletes had the opportunity to talk to Canadian Youth Worlds Coach at the debrief today to talk about race strategy and the youth worlds sailing event. It was a valuable learning experience and all of the participants enjoyed the opportunity!

Going into the final day the points among the leaders are tight so the racing will be exciting! Here are the results after Day 2:

Laser Radials

1 Tayte Stefaniuk CAN

2 Justin Vittecoq CAN

3 Marcus Huttunen USA

4 Christopher Araujo USA

5 Michael Ehnot USA

Results

C 420

1 Snyder/Porter CAN

2 Mosher/Nesbitt CAN

3 Millar/Newhouse CAN

4 Leduc/Feeney CAN

5 Sharikov/Rouleau CAN

Results

 29er North American Championship

1 Bonin/Bonin CAN

2 Baird/Baird CAN

3 Shachoy/Smith USA

4 Hardee/Hasson ISV

5 Chui/McCutcheon CAN

Results

i420 Canadian Championship

1 Lewin-LaFrance CAN

2 Groves/Fraser CAN

3 Heidenreich/Sapp CAN

4 Frost/Howell CAN

5 Perrell/Klempen USA

Results

Thank you to all of the volunteers out on the water and ashore who make events like this possible!  The CORK Volunteer team is the best team in sailing!

 

For more informationn

CORK website: www.cork.org

CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322

Email: media@cork.org

Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

Day 2 CORK International, 29er North American Championships & i420 Canadian Championships

It was  a slower start to racing today as the RC waited for the sea breeze to build.  The thermal kicked in and all fleets completed all races as scheduled.

Plenty of movement on the leaderboard today!

Athletes had the opportunity to talk to Canadian Sailing team member Robert Davis at the debrief today to talk about race prep and Kingston conditions.

 

Here are the results after Day 2:

Laser Radials

1 Tayte Stefanuik CAN

2 Michael Ehnot USA

3 Christopher Araujo USA

4 Dale Whitmore CAN

5 Justin Vittecoq CAN

Results

C 420

1 Synder/Porter CAN

2 Mosher/Nesbitt CAN

3 Leduc/Feeney CAN

4 Millar/Newhouse CAN

5 Santavy/Absi CAN

Results

 29er North American Championship

1 Bonin/Bonin CAN

2 Baird/Baird CAN

3 Shachoy/Smith USA

4 Hardee/Hasson ISV

5 Chui/McCutcheon CAN

Results

i420 Canadian Championship

1 Lewin-Lafrance/Gillis CAN

2 Groves/Fraser CAN

3 Frost/Howell CAN

4 Heidenreich/Sapp CAN

5 Perrell/Klempen USA

Results

Thank you to all of the volunteers out on the water and ashore who make events like this possible!  Your expertise and dedication to the sport of sailing are unparalleled!

 

For more informationn

CORK website: www.cork.org

CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322

Email: media@cork.org

Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

Day 1 CORK International, 29er North American Championships & i420 Canadian Championships

Our  over 400 competitors, 100 coaches & 100 volunteers got a warm Kingston welcome by Kingston’s Town Crier Chris Whyman, MP Mark Gerretsen, and our MC Queen’s Sailing team member Simone Larose this morning before racing.

It was a wonderful day out on the water for the first day of the regatta.

Athletes had the opportunity to talk to Queen’s Sailing Team president Zach Baum and coach James Rountree at the debrief to learn about collegiate sailing.

 

Here are the results after Day 1:

Laser Radials

1 Tayte Stefanuik

2 Hunter Dejean

3 Lauren Ehnot

4 Julian van den Driessche

5 Justin Vittecoq

 

C 420

1 Mosher/Nesbitt

2 Synder/Porter

3 Leduc/Feeney

4 Santavy/Absi

5 Mussio/Butler

 

 29er North American Championship

1 Bonin/Bonin CAN

2 Baird/Baird CAN

3 Shachoy/Smith USA

4 Hardee/Hasson ISV

5 Staples/Kunz CAN

 

i420 Canadian Championship

1 Lewin-Lafrance/Gillis

2 Heidenreich/Sapp

3 Groves/Fraser

4 Frost/Howell

5 Perrell/Klempen

 

Thank you to all of the volunteers out on the water and ashore who make events like this possible!  Your expertise and dedication to the sport of sailing are unparalleled!

 

For more informationn

CORK website: www.cork.org

CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322

Email: media@cork.org

Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario