2009 Canada Summer Games
Daily Sport Reports to be found on Canada Games Blog
Sailing's Daily Sport Reports will be posted on the Canada Games blog in French and English. Readers of a blog may publish comments under a blog entry to agree, to disagree, to sympathize, or to share their own thoughts. Comments will be moderated.
Games blogs can be found here:
Sailor Becky Power to carry flag for Team NL at Canada Games Opening Ceremonies.
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Canadian Sailing Team member KEVIN STITTLE
(ON) AthletesCAN Amabssador at 2009 Canada Games - Stittle, 2008 Olympian, 2008 World silver medalist and 1997 Canada Games champion, will contribute a sharing of his experience at athlete forums, focus groups, surveys, team meetings, and media conferences, and be part of venue visits, live commentary segments and medal ceremonies, in PEI this August. Read more about AthletesCAN's Canada Games amabassador program.
Sailing was a sport at the first Canada Summer Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1969. It will appear at the 2009 edition of the Games out of the Summerside Yacht Club during Week One of the 09 Summer Games: August 15 – 22.
The regatta will be governed by rules defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing.
|Single handed Males: Laser class
||Singlehanded Females: Laser Radial
|Double handed Males: 29er class
||Double handed females: 29er class
09 Games Sailing Technical Package / Notice of Race - - Updated July 2 09
UPDATED - Sailing event schedule - 09 Canada Summer Games: Sailing_schedule_Final.xls - includes Coach-Managers Meeting, Saturday August 15th 18:00 hours, Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club
Copied from 2009 Sailing Technical package:
Excluded from the Canada Games are:
(a) Athletes that have held an SR1 or SR2 card (as defined by Sport Canada’s
Athlete Assistance program) at any time;
No athlete can be rendered ineligible within 90 days of the opening of the Games due to carding status (i.e., no athlete will be excluded if they are granted carding
status after May 17, 2009).
Note the following brief summary of the Sport Canada Carding Levels:
- SR1: 1st year carding at the international level
- SR2: 2nd year carding at the international level
- SR: National level carding
- C1: Senior card awarded to an athlete who meets the national criteria for the 1st time and is funded at the Development level
- D: Development carding; Youth international level/national level
International level is deemed as top 16 and top ½ of fleet at an Olympic Class World Championships
For detailed criteria at each carding level, please review the Sport Canada Carding criteria.
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