2016 CORK Fall Regatta

Cork Fall Regatta

Sept 21, 2016

This year’s Fall CORK Regatta will be held September 23-25, with registration/check-in on Sept 23, and racing Sept 24-25. Don’t forget to register before the September 11th Early Bird Deadline for a discounted registration fee!

CORK Welcomes Sailors, Coaches, Officials, Volunteers and Supporters for the 2016 Fall CORK Regatta. This regatta will be open to Laser Standard and Laser Radial (open), 49er, 49er FX,. 29er, Club 420 and Optimists. This is the Ontario Grand Prix development series, Fogh Gold cup for the Laser Standard and Laser Radial (open), Optimist Ontario Championship.

For more information on Fall CORK: http://www.cork.org/cork-fallregatta/

To register as a Competitor or Volunteer: http://www.cork.org/members/sign_in.php

Athletes interested in becoming members of the 2016/2017 Ontario Sailing Team and Ontario Sailing Development Team are invited to attend the annual Ontario Sailing Team COMBINE. The COMBINE is a two-day camp that will give athletes an opportunity to showcase their sailing skills and fitness. Classes invited to this year’s COMBINE include: 29er, 420, Laser, Radial, Techno 293 and RSX.

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

For more information

CORK website: www.cork.org

 

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