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In conversation with Steve Cockerill

by Mark Jardine 12 Mar 04:30 PDT
(l-r) Steve Cockerill and Mark Jardine © Mark Jardine

Mark Jardine chats with Steve about his own youth sailing, the changes which happened recently in the RYA Youth system and squads, coaching in the sport, becoming a sailor for life, his own dinghy sailing and a bit about Rooster, the company he founded 25 years ago!

Please read the 'RYA announces ground-breaking junior racing developments' article to find out more about the plans the RYA has unveiled to reinvigorate junior racing in the UK by placing more emphasis on regional and club racing.

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