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2019 Sail Canada Award recipients

by Sail Canada 6 Feb 11:13 PST
Sail Canada announces 2019 Sail Canada Award recipients © Sail Canada

Sail Canada is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Sail Canada Awards and the Rolex Sailor of the Year Finalists...

  • Skippers' Plan Female Athlete/Team - Sarah Douglas
  • Skippers' Plan Male Athlete/Team - Luke Ramsay
  • Bill Burk Male - Ryan Anderson
  • Bill Burk Female - Hunter Dejean
  • Marvin McDill - Clara Gravely
  • Gerry Roufs - Richard Clarke
  • Nathan Cowan - James Juhasz
  • Instructor - Braden Gray
  • Coach - Erik Vanderpol
  • William Abbott Sr. Sail Training Program of the Year - Glenmore Sailing School
  • Volunteer - Nollind van Bryce
  • Regatta - Shelburne Yacht Club; Albacore International Championship and Kingston Yacht Club; Blind Sailing Worlds
  • Chisolm - CORK; 4.7 and Radial Youth Worlds
  • Recreation event - Coupe Femina
  • Rolex finalists* - Sarah Douglas, Luke Ramsay and Alex Heinzemann & Justin Barnes

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

Join us in recognizing the 2019 Sail Canada Awards recipients at the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards on Friday, March 6th, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario at The Carlu.

Click here for more information about the Sail Canada Rolex Sailor of the Year Awards night, or get your tickets today!

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