Sail Canada Youth and Senior Championships at CORK 2016

Youth Champs CORK

Aug 9, 2016

Hundreds of sailors will be pouring into the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour for the Sail Canada Youth and Senior Championships presented by Volvo! The Youth Championships will take place from August 14 – 18 as part of the CORK International regatta, while the Senior Championships will take place from August 19 – 24 as part of the CORK Olympic Class Regatta (OCR).

Photo: Sail Canada

The excitement kicks off at the Youth Championships Opening Ceremony at Confederation Park in downtown Kingston at 7:00pm, Sunday August 14. The ceremony will include a march of sailors and coaches by province, while all international sailors and coaches will march together. Both regattas will also include various activities outside of the racing; including volunteer socials, morning yoga, and special events in downtown Kingston.

CORK has been hosting world-class regattas in Kingston since 1969. The Sail Canada Championships will be no exception, and have always been a summer favourite for sailing athletes. Other recent highlights include the 2013 Laser North American Championships, the 2014 29er North American Championships, and the 2015 Laser World Championships.

You will not want to miss out on the opportunity to be a part of some of the best sailing regattas of the summer! Register for the Youth and Senior Championships today!

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