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Introducing the 2020-2021 Canadian Sailing Team and Canadian Sailing Development Squad

by Sail Canada 2 May 16:06 BST
Canadian Sailing Team © Sailing Energy

Sail Canada is proud to announce the members of the 2020-2021 Canadian Sailing Team and Canadian Sailing Development Squad.

Based on the current Sail Canada High-Performance Plan and the Podium Pathway, what has been previously known as the National Sailing Team or the Canadian Sailing Team, is now divided into two divisions; The Canadian Sailing Team (“CST”) and The Canadian Sailing Development Squad (“CSDS”). Sail Canada believes it is important to make a shift from the notion that receiving Sport Canada AAP funding (“carded”) automatically translate to Canadian Sailing Team or National Team status.

Through this shift, Sail Canada hopes to better support athletes on both the CST and CSDS at their respective stages as they move through the Podium Pathway.

Congratulations to the following members of the 2020-21 Canadian Sailing Team and Canadian Sailing Development Squad:

The Canadian Sailing Team (National Team)

Finn
Tom Ramshaw – Toronto, ON – SLYC/ RCYC

Laser Radial
Sarah Douglas - Toronto, ON - ABYC

49erFX
Ali ten Hove – Kingston, ON – KYC
Mariah Millen – Toronto, ON – RCYC

RS Venture Connect
John McRoberts – Victoria, BC – RVicYC
Scott Lutes – Montreal, QC – PCYC

2.4mR
Bruce Millar – Victoria, BC – RvicYC
Jackie Gay - Victoria, BC – RVicYC

The Canadian Sailing Development Squad

Finn
Kyle Martin – Vancouver, BC – RVYC

Laser
Fillah Karim - Vancouver, BC – RVYC
Liam Bruce - Oakville - PCYC
Luke Ruitenberg – St. Margaret’s Bay, NS - RNSYS
Matti Muru - Toronto, ON - PCYC

Laser Radial
Clara Gravely - Toronto, ON - ABYC
Coralie Vittecoq – Montreal, QC – HYC
Maura Dewey - Victoria, BC - RVicYC

RS:X W
Nikola Girke - Vancouver, BC - RVYC
Olivia Mew - Toronto, ON - Toronto Windsurfing Club/ RCYC

470M
Luke Ramsay - Vancouver, BC - RVYC
Hunter Lowden- Vancouver, BC - RVYC
Oliver Bone - Montreal, QC - RNSYS
Jacob Saunders - Chester, NS - RNSYS/CYC

49erFX
Georgia Lewin - Lafrance – Chester, NS - RNSYS
Antonia Lewin - Lafrance – Chester, NS - RNSYS

49er
Andrew Wood - Vancouver, BC - RVYC
Ryan Wood - Vancouver, BC - RVYC
Evan DePaul – Hamilton, ON – RHYC
William Jones – Hamilton, ON – RHYC
Sam Bonin - Toronto, ON - RCYC
Will Bonin - Toronto, ON - RCYC
Alexander Heinzemann - Vancouver, BC - RVYC

2.4mR
Delani Hulme - Lawrence - Victoria, BC, RVicYC
Peter Eager - Toronto, ON, NYC

Proud supporters of the 2020-21 Canadian Sailing Team & Development Squad:

  • Helly Hansen
  • Government of Canada

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