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The summer of 2022 will definitely mark the intensive return to competitions after a two-year break due to Covid-19. Whether in Quebec, Canada or internationally, many athletes represented the province.

At the provincial level, TRY was the first regatta of the Quebec Circuit which took place on July 9 and 10 at the Pointe-Claire Yacht Club. More than sixty participants raced in the different development classes.

Still in Quebec, but at the national level, the Hudson Yacht Club hosted the Sail Central - Fruitbowl regatta last weekend of July 23 and 24. More than 140 athletes were present for this event in the 420, ILCA 4 and 6, and Optimist classes!

Let's go to the Maritimes for the Sail East regatta at the St Margaret's Yacht Club where a few athletes from Quebec made the trip, and dominated the ranking in the 29er fleet. Indeed, the RStLYC team, Sébastien Hubert and Laurent Tessier got the 1st place!
Results :

Internationally, the ILCA 6 Junior World Championship which just ended in Texas had as representatives from Quebec, Cailhem Austin who finished 83rd and Jacob Townsend 116th !

Finally, our athlete Coralie Vittecoq who is on the Canadian Team Squad, obtained an excellent 5th place at the North American Championship which took place in Kingston in mid-July!

We will also note the participation of several Quebec athletes at the Canadian Championship in 29er, 49er, and at the US Nationals.

August will be even more exciting with the long awaited Canada Games, and also the World Singlehanded Championships that will held  in Nova Scotia! Follow us on our social networks to get the results live!

Congratulations to everyone!


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