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CYOB Last Issue

Aug 24, 2021

Thanks

Hi John

I have been meaning to say thanks for your supportive article for our Olympic sailors earlier this week! (CYOB August 12)

Thanks a ton!

Hugh McGugan
Chair, Board of Directors | Président du conseil d’administration,
Sail Canada | Voile Canada

 

Well done

Not sure this is a valid forum for comment, but I was disappointed with the available media coverage of sailing. Not a prime time featured sport, i guess, and on the cbc app I had to search for coverage. Rather than any highlights of Canadians, it was a 5 hour stream which is not easy to search for coverage. Is there a way to advocate for better coverage in the Paris Olympics?

Nevertheless, congratulations to the Canadian team. From what I did see, it was good competition, which makes for great racing, so well done!

Cheers

aa.lorimer

 

Get real

After the most exhausting, hazard-ridden madness imaginable

Really.. Get real

Bpejlak

 

 

Bareboat advice

Good bareboat article, Marc.

Bill Jennings

 

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