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Day 2: CORK International Olympic Class Regatta Sail Canada Senior Championship

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Saturday, August 20th 2016 – Kingston

Racing got underway for all fleets in the Sail Canada Senior Nationals and CORK OCR Saturday. The afternoon saw winds in the 8 – 12 knot range from the southwest, under mostly sunny skies.

Lasers, Radials and Finns started their event, while racing continued for the 49er & FX fleet on day two of their event. I14’s also joined the skiff course.

Local sailor and Canadian Sailing Team (CST) member Robert Davis (CAN – RCYC/KYC) leads the Lasers after 3 races, with a 1, 1, 2 on the day. Teammate Evert McLaughlin (CAN – RCYC) sits a close second and Marshall Mccann (USA – TCYC) is third. In Radial action CST member Sarah Douglas (CAN – ABYC) leads the way, followed by teammate Corrine Peters (CAN – RNSYS) and Haddon Hughes (USA – TCYC). Finn sailor Kyle Martin (CAN – RvanYC) of the CST leads the Finns with three bullets, Rockal Evans (RBYC) is second and Darrell (USA) Peck is third.

Arielle Morgan & Heather Myatt (CAN – RTLYC) lead the way in the FX, with Ryan Wood & Andrew Wood (CAN – RvanYC) in second after a strong of bullets in the last three races. Kate Shaner & Caroline Atwood (USA) are third. In the 49er fleet, David Leinbenberg & Dane Wilson (USA – RYC) are at the top of the fleet, with CST sailors David Mori & Justin Barns (CAN – RCYC) in second and John Ferguson & Arthur Ferguson, also CST members in 3rd. Chris Leigh and Hans Fisher (CAN – RCYC) lead the three boat I14 fleet.

Full results for all fleets can be found here.

Tomorrow’s racing starts at 1100 for all fleets. Check back tomorrow for more results.

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Day 1: CORK International Olympic Class Regatta Sail Canada Senior Championship

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Friday, August 18th 2016

 

The 2016 Sail Canada Senior Championships at CORK OCR started Friday August 19th with 49er and FX sailors hitting the water at noon. Winds were light as overnight fog cleared, but gave way to sunny skies with winds around 8 knts. A total of 5 races per fleet were sailed for each fleet.

 

In the 49er David Liebenberg & Dane Wilson (USA) lead, followed closely by Canadian Sailing Team members David Mori & Justin Barns (CAN) and teammates John Ferguson & Arthur Ferguson (CAN).

 

FX sailors Airelle Morgan & Heather Myatt (CAN) lead the way, with Kate Shaner & Caroline Atwood (USA) in second position and Sophie Vinet & Naomi Flanagan (CAN) in third. Full results can be found here.

 

Racing continues through Monday August 22nd for the 49er & FX classes, with I14 joining the skiff course as of Saturday.

 

Laser, Radial & Finn racing also kicks off Saturday and carries on through August 24th (Finn racing ends August 23rd).

 

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CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championship & 29er North American:  Day 4

IMG_9293RADIAL Media shotMonday, 18 August – Kingston

CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championship & 29er North American:  Day 4

 

CORK is thrilled to be hosting the CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championships, and the 29er North American Championship! During this event, we have welcomed 115 Radial Laser, 20 Standard Lasers, 3 Laser 4.7’s, 100 Class 420s, 7 Byte CII’s, and 30 29ers. There are over 500 sailors, coaches and supporters on site.

 

After some hot days, some high wind days, and some postponed races due the low wind, the CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championships and 29er North American Championships have come to a close. Medals have been given, and champions have been crowned.

 

Thank you to all of our participants for bringing everything you had and constantly competing. The final results are:

 

Laser 4.7

1st Murdoch ON

 

Byte CII

1st Parnell QC

2nd Hopkins ON

3rd Désilets-Trudeau QC

 

Laser Standard

1st Collinson ON

2nd Sheppard ON

3rd Fitzgerald ON

 

Radial: Gold Fleet Top Females

1st  Sullivan NS

2nd Morineau QC

3rd Desgroseilliers QC

 

Radial: Gold Fleet

1st  Vittecoq ON

2nd Patton BER

3rd Muru ON

4th Bruce ON

5th Magi ON

 

 

C420 Gold Fleet

1st Moffat/Wilson ON

2nd Lewin-LaFrance/Timmons NS

3rd Sapp/Turner NS

4th Snyder/Porter ON

5th Doran-des Brisbay / Montagnese ON

 

29er

3rd Galen Richardson / Louis Riel RCYC ON

2nd Kate Stewart / Greta Stewart MBSC NZL

1st Eric Lyall/Andrew Wood RVANYC BC + Top Skiff Trophy

 

29er North American Championship

5th Cameron Shaw/Justin Timmons RNSYS NS

4th Charlie Hibben/ CJ McKenna BYC USA

3rd Galen Richardson / Louis Riel RCYC ON

2nd Kate Stewart / Greta Stewart MBSC NZL

1st Eric Lyall/Andrew Wood RVANYC BC + 29er North American Champions

 

 

For full results visit www.cork.org

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Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

 

CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championship & 29er North American: Day 2

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CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championship & 29er North American:  Day 1

 

Monday, 15 August – Kingston

CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championship & 29er North American:  Day 1

 

CORK is thrilled to be hosting the CORK International Sail Canada Youth Championships, and the 29er North American Championship! During this event, we have welcomed 115 Radial Laser, 20 Standard Lasers, 3 Laser 4.7’s, 100 Class 420s, 7 Byte CII’s, and 30 29ers. There are over 400 sailors, coaches and supporters on site.

 

Day one began with low winds, as the first 29er race was abandoned and the Standard Lasers were on postponement. The wind increased to 14 knots from the west, then decreasing to 9 knots WSW by the end of competition.

 

Overall results after day 1:

 

Radial Yellow Fleet To be Posted

1st

2nd

3rd

 

Radial Blue Fleet To be Posted

1st

2nd

3rd

 

Radial Red Fleet To be Posted

1st

2nd

3rd

 

Laser Standard

1st Sheppard ON

2nd Fitzgerald NS

3rd Bruce ON

 

C420 Yellow Fleet

1st Moffat/Wilson

2nd Roy/Gillis

3rd Snyder/Porter

 

C420 Blue Fleet

1st Lewin-LaFrance/Timmons

2nd Newhouse/Millar

3rd Sasarman/Sasarman

 

29er

1st Stewart/Stewart ON

2nd Lyall/Wood BC

3rd Richardson/Riel ON

 

Byte CII

1st Parnell QC

2nd Hopkins ON

3rd Tran QC

 

Laser 4.7

1st Murdoch ON

2nd Cann ON

3rd Chambers QC

 

For full results visit www.cork.org

 

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and twitter @CORKKingston

For more information 

CORK websitewww.cork.org
CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322
Emailmedia@cork.org
Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario