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Ontario Sailing coaches to hold Training Camps in May

by Ontario Sailing Association on 14 Apr 2012
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The Ontario Sailing Association will be holding three training camps in the month of May. These camps will be run by Ontario Sailing coaches and are free to all Quest For Gold Elite Team, Ontario Sailing Team and Ontario Sailing Development Team members. However, team members will still need to register on line to take place in the training camps.

There will be limited spots available for non-team members. Please see the information below on each training camp and links for registering as a team member or non-team member.

Laser and Radial Training Camp - May 3rd and 4th
- Royal Canadian Yacht Club, city side
- 1pm - 5pm
- Click here to register as a QFG/OST/OSDT member - $0
- Click here to register as a non team member - $100 + HST/boat (Limit to three additional boats/class)
- Coaches: Murray McCullough, Laser; Chris Hewson, Radial

Radial Training Camp - May 11th - 13th
- Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, Kingston
- Meet at 1pm Friday and 10am on both Saturday and Sunday
- Click here to register as a QFG/OST/OSDT member - $0
- Click here to register as a non team member - $250 + HST/boat
- Coach: Murray McCullough

Laser, Radial and 29er Training Camp - May 17th and 18th
- Toronto Sailing and Canoe Club
- Meet at 10am on Thursday and Friday
- Click here to register as a QFG/OST/OSDT member - $0
- Click here to register as a non team member - $200 + HST/boat (Limit at three additional boats/class)
- Coaches: Murray McCullough, Laser and Radial; Chris Hewson, 29er

For more information on these camps please contact the Ontario Sailing High Performance Coach, Murray McCullough, or the Ontario Sailing Development Coach, Chris Ontario Sailing website
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