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Palm/Kurvink defend Canadians Title
The Deed Of Gift for the Leckie Trophy stipulates that the Snipe Canadian Championships Regatta shall have three races to constitute a regatta, and after the original attempt in Toronto back in early July only managed one light air race, … Continue reading
Snipe Canadians Re-Sail NOR
Here is the NOR for the Snipe Canadians Re-Sail at Guelph Lake September 16-17. As only one race was sailed in July and the Deed Of Gift requires three, SCIRA Canada decided to give it another shot. The Junior Canadian … Continue reading
Snipe Canadians to be re-sailed.
In an unprecedented move, SCIRA Canada has decided to re-sail the Snipe Canadians at Guelph Lake on the September 16-17 weekend. The first attempt in July at Outer Harbour Centreboard Club ended with only on race being sailed and only … Continue reading
2016 Canadian Snipe Championship registration is open
The Canadian Snipe Championship/Ontario Open Regatta will be held on Guelph Lake July 1- 3, 2016. Find the NOR and Registration form here. Make sure you take advantage of the Early-bird rate and register before May 31.
SCIRA Dues form is now online
Thanks to all of those who paid your SCIRA dues at the GCBC sign up night. For those that didn’t. You can use the new online form. This isn’t a secure payment form so it’s wont accept payment, but you … Continue reading
Julian Inglis takes over as Canadian National Secretary.
After eight years as Canadian National Secretary, Harri Palm has stepped down and handed of the reins to Julian Inglis of Guelph Snipe Fleet 877. As well as being a very accomplished Snipe sailor who just happened to come second … Continue reading
Rios Dominates at Snipe NAs in the Hammer.
Raul Rios showed he is a definite gold medal favourite at the Pan Ams as he dominated the Snipe North Americans held at RHYC this weekend. Argentinian Luis Soubie showed his recent injury has not affected his speed as he … Continue reading
McLaughlin and Damley-Strnad continue to dominate Snipes in Canada by winning the Canadians/Ontario Open
These two sailors are proving to be a class act. With nothing worse than than a second, Evert McLaughlin and Alex Damley-Strnad cruised to victory at the 2015 Snipe Canadian Championship held at Mississauga Sailing Club this past weekend. Saturday … Continue reading
Evert McLaughlin and Alex Damley-Strnad will represent Canada at the Pan Am Games
Sailing an almost perfect regatta, Evert McLaughlin and Alex Damley-Strnad showed that they are the class of the field at the recent Pan Am Games trials at TS&CC. These guys are easily our best bet for a Snipe medal and … Continue reading
Palm D’Or Regatta a great success.
A typical Canadian smorgasbord of conditions greeted the twelve Snipe sailors on Guelph Lake who traveled from as far as New York City and Hudson, Quebec to vie for the most coveted trophy in all of sport last May 30-31 … Continue reading