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Palm and Kurvink take home the Leckie Trophy with a decisive win

Canadian National Championships/Ontario Open were held on Guelph Lake this past weekend. Despite some rain and a few thundershowers interrupting things on day one, the wind held through the entire regatta with a relatively constant (for Guelph Lake)  8 to … Continue reading

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Registration is live for the Snipe Canadians- August 25,26

The NOR, registration form, and payment portal are all live on the regatta registration page at sciracanada.com

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Snipe Canadians to be Re-Sailed (again)

The 2018 Canadian Championships began with a sense of deja-vu, as competitors sat on shore on day-one and waited for wind. With cloud cover early in the day and 0-4 knots forecast, we were all pinning our hopes on the … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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Canadian Championship/Ontario Open

Conditions on Guelph Lake were ideal over the weekend for the Canadian Snipe Championship/Ontario Open.   Day one was breezy, with gusts topping 25 knots. Over the course of the first three races, the ten boat fleet was reduced to five,  … Continue reading

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