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Sail Canada Rolex Awards - Recipients revealed

by Sail Canada on 11 Feb 2014
Sail Canada – Sail Canada Rolex Awards 2013 Sail Canada / Voile Canada http://www.sailing.ca/
The Sail Canada Board of Directors are proud to announce the recipients of the 2013 Sail Canada Awards and the Rolex Sailor of the Year finalists...

Skippers' Plan Female Athlete of the Year: Isabella Bertold
Skippers' Plan Male Athlete-Team of the Year: John McRoberts and Jackie Gay
Volunteer of the Year: Evert Bastet
Bill Burk Youth Elite Memorial: Male - Sandy Beatty; Female - Corinne Peters
Gerry Roufs Trophy: Eric Holden
Coach of the Year: Rob Frost
Instructor of the Year: Jenn Grierson
Marvin McDill Memorial Award: Jacob Chaplin Saunders and Graeme Chaplin Saunders

William Abbott Sr. Trophy;
Sail Training Program of the Year
Nepean Sailing Club

Recreation Event of the Year: Sail All - Lunenburg Yacht Club

City of Kingston Regatta of the Year
Canadian Optimist Dinghy Championships,
Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club

Rolex Sailor of the Year; Top Three finalists
Al Clark
Terry McLaughlin and RCYC Team
John McRoberts and Jackie Gay

The Rolex Sailor of the Year will be revealed at the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards.

The 2013 Sail Canada Awards will be featured, with selected awards to be presented, at the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards on Friday, February 28, 2014 in Toronto at The Click here for more information about the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards night.

Purchase your tickets to the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards today!

• Single Ticket: $199
• Two tickets: $370
• Table (10 tickets): $1800

Please contact sailcanada@sailing.ca for more information.
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