POTW: An up-and-coming Junior Sailor to watch for

POTW Youth Racing 2023

Over the weekend of July 8/9, Hayden Keilman participated in the New Bedford Jr. Regatta in Massachusetts. He was racing in the Opti Class and finished an amazing 9th out of 110 boats and 3rd in Blue Fleet! Hayden is a Junior Sailor out of Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club Toronto.

July 26, 2023

Over the weekend of July 8/9, Hayden Keilman participated in the New Bedford Jr. Regatta in Massachusetts. He was racing in the Opti Class and finished an amazing 9th out of 110 boats and 3rd in Blue Fleet! Hayden is a Junior Sailor out of Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club Toronto.

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