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Scott Lutes and his team won silver medal !

Montreal, August 26, 2014 - From August 15th to 24th, the 2014 IFDS Worlds was held at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron. The weather conditions were not favorable to sailors, but that did not stop the Canadians who performed well!

In Sonar class, Scott Lutes from Quebec and his crew Logan Campbell and Paul Tingley won the silver medal of these IDFS Worlds. Despite several tough races, the team was in the lead during the first half of the regatta, then fell to second place just behind the French who won the podium. Lutes and his team secure a bearth at the Paralympic Games 2016 in Rio with this win.

In the other classes (Skud and 2.4mR), Canadian teams also did well as medals were won in each class and also secured berths for the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.

Congratulations Scott Lutes and all the Canadian Sailing Team!


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2014 Youth Championships


Montreal, August 22, 2014 - The Sail Canada Youth Championships at CORK International kicked off today in Kingston! Portsmouth Olympic Harbour is hopping with 413 sailors and 280 boats taking part, supported by over 70 coaches. The competition were held August 10 to 14. Classes represented were the 29er, Laser, Laser 4.7, Radial and 420. Ahtletes from Quebec have once again performed well, including Sophie Andrée Vinet and her brother Stéphane Vinet completing the first step of the podium in 29er ! Laser 4.7, our athletes also did a good race since Léo Roy won the Bronze. Finally we also highlight the excellent 5th place of Arthur Daignault in Laser from CNBB combining in several races 3rd postions.
Congratulations to all competitors !

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Quebec Games 2014

Montreal, August 12, 2014 - The 49th edition of the Quebec Games was held at the Boucherville Sailing Club from August 6 - 9, 2014. For this last competition patience was the word, because as wind was needed. During the four days of competitions a "round robin" was organized. In Radial, 5 sets of 3 races were held and in Optimist just 4 series could be completed.
On Saturday, August 9th, the final should have taken place, but the breeze was too weak, the race was canceled.
The winners of the Games are those that had the best performance for the 3 days of competition.
Radial results:
1st place: Gabriel Sanchez from the Outaouais region
2nd place: Andrew Marc Robin from the South-West region
3rd place: Pierluc St Hilaire from the National Capital region
Optimist results:
1st place: Maxime Pagé from the Outaouais region
2nd place: Philippe Gaudreau Tanguay from the National Capital region
3rd place: Jonh Thomas Kelly from the Lac St. Louis region

A big congratulations to the winners and all participants!
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