3 Nova Scotia Sailors & 1 Coach Named to Team Canada

Danielle Boyd

July 9, 2016

Congratulations to the three Nova Scotia sailors (4 if you count Danielle Boyd, originally from Ontario, but now living in NS) and 1 coach on being nominated to Team Canada that will be competing at the Rio Olympic Games next month. Sailors are Jacob & Graeme Chaplin-Saunders in the 470 class and Erin Rafuse in the 49er FX class. Provincial Coach Lisa Ross (shown at left) will also be part of the team as she is teaming up to coach Radial Sailor Brenda Bowskill from Ontario


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