Thursday, May 05, 2011
July deadline to request invitation to attend Canadian Match Racing Championships!!
No dinghies here… All ages fun and die hard performance on tap at these CYA events this summer – don’t miss out!
June 3rd – 5th 2011
CYA Women’s National Keelboat Championship
The Canadian Women’s National Championships will take place at the Hudson Yacht Club in Hudson, QC. The annual event (this year sponsored by MacDougall MacDougall and McTier), is a great opportunity for Canadian Sailing Team members, provincial athletes, club members, and general sailing enthusiasts to come together and partake in a national event. This year’s event will be sailed in J22’s and includes a clinic on Friday June 3rd. The CYA brings North U’s Geoff Moore to the event, as keynote coach and speaker.
Contact: Holly Frohloff
July 6th 2011 – Deadline to request invitation
Canadian Match Racing Championships
From September 23 - 25 2011, the Royal Canadian Yacht Club plays host to the ISAF match rank 3 Canadian Match Race Championships. The racing will take place in host-supplied Sonars, in Toronto Harbour. As many as 9 skippers will be invited. Only skippers invited by the Organizing Authority (OA) will be eligible to enter this event. Invitations will be reserved for the top 4 ranked Canadian skippers as of the July 6, 2011 ISAF match race rankings. The remaining 5 invitations will be allocated by the Canadian Yachting Association and the OA. If you wish to be invited please register your request for an invitation by July 6, 2011 to the attention of Peter Wickwire – by email to .
Contact: Mike Milner
July 29th – 31st 2011
Canadian IRC Championships
The IRC Lake Ontario Fleet is partnering with LYRA and the Port Credit Yacht Club to host the 2011 Suunto IRC Canadian Championships. The IRC Canadians will run in conjunction with the LYRA course racing program on July 29-31, 2011 with the IRC North American Championship scheduled two weeks later on August 12-14 at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. The 2010 IRC Canadian Championship attracted a 40-boat fleet – those numbers expected to be exceeded in 2011. All bets are on that this fleet will also participate in the NA's two weeks later. With the addition of a significant number of out-of-region boats planning to get to the north shore of Lake Ontario, it is expected that the NA’sfleet will swell to well over 60 boats!