On Satuday January 22 the Manitoba Sailing Team, Team Director Barb Parke and Coaches Craig Baker and Brigitte Smutny met at Harbour View for some skating and tobagganing.
Presidents Award – DON SLOUGH
Sailor of the Year – KATJA SMUTNY
Charles Fleming Memorial Trophy: ROYDEN BROUSSEAU
Susan Mezaros Trophy: PALOMA CORRIN
Most Improved Sailor: BRYCE BROUSSEAU& BRIAN FAST
Don Freudenberg Trophy: WILLIE MACDONALD
Disabled Sail Award: DOUG BAYLIS
Van McLean Trophy: DENNIS COLLINGWOOD
Rising Star: AUSTIN ROSS
Prairie Opti Grand Prix: VAN BAILEY
MB Keelboat Trophy: JULIAN HATHERELL, ELIZABETH HATHERELL, AVRIL HATHERELL, FIONA HATHERELL, ALLAN BEECH, PATRICK BEECH, EMMA BEECH, RIC MOODIE, PAT MOODIE
10 & Under Optimist: AUSTIN ROSS
13 & Under Optimist: VAN BAILEY
13 & Under Optimist (Top Female): KIERSTYN BAKKER
15 & Under Optimist: KYLE ROSS
15 & Under Optimist (Top Female): MACKENZIE CARLSON
Byte: JULIA BAILEY
Laser Radial: KYLE ROSS
Laser: ROYDEN BROUSSEAU
Europe: PALOMA CORRIN
29er: KATJA SMUTNY& KRISTY SLOUGH
Boardsailing: LAWRENCE STEWART
The Annual General Meeting of the Manitoba Sailing Association will be held on Friday November 19, 2004 at 6:00pm at the Wildewood Club, 761 North Drive in Fort Garry.
Our Awards Ceremony will be right after the AGM and an Italian Banquet will be served for $25 for adults and $15 for kids 15 and under. Limited tickets are available so please book you ticket asap at the MSA office at 925-5648 or send an email to [email protected]
Please come out and support our athletes, officials, instructor and coaches and volunteers and take the opportunity to have a good chat with other sailors about this summer’s past challenges and successes.
While returning from the Youth Camp in Kingston the team van with the small boat trailer had an accident near Wawa. Nobody was injured. Black ice caused the situation and the van with the trailer attached rolled twice over big rocks in the ditch. The van and a number of the boats are write-offs.
A contingent of eight team members participated at the Fall Camp and the following regatta in Kingston. Superb coaching was provided for the 29ers with Dan Cunningham, Bytes with Kelly Hand and Lasers with Ken Dool and Brian Todd.
Congratulations to Scott Brousseau for winning a gold medal in the Laser radial class, Julia Bailey gold and Jocelyn McLaren silver in the Byte class, Gordie Parke and Chris Ferguson silver in the 29er class and Royden Brousseau in the highly attended Laser NQR finished 30 out of 57
FA well attended Falcon open fall regatta provided MSA with the Provincial Champions for the season of 2004. Congratulations to
29er – Katja Smutny/Kristy Slough
Laser – Royden Brousseau
Radial – Kyle Ross
Byte – Julia Bailey
Europe – Paloma Corrin
For full results click here.
Kudos to the 85 volunteers of the Pelican Yacht Club who made Mobility Cup the best event ever. It’s the first time in the event’s 13 years that is hasn’t been held in a major Canadian city and by all accounts it was a huge success. “The Ridge”, who housed and fed participants and volunteers was newly renovated and with extensive renovations to be wheelchair friendly the PYC volunteers around Dennis Collingwood created a legacy for disabled sailing in the Westman region. Way to go! For more info click on www.mobilitycup.org.
Five team members participated at the Canadian Olympic Regatta in Kingston. In the Laser class Scott Brousseau, Radial – Royden Brousseau and Kari van Middlesworth, 29er – Katja Smutny and Mistral Lawrence Stewart. For results go to www.cork.org.
This years BOOT Camp (Basic Olympic Optimist Training) was hosted by the Gimli Yacht Club. 15 Optimist sailors attended the two days of training and two days of Provincial Championships. The Provincial Optimist Team leaves well prepared to the Canadian Optimist Championships in Hamilton ON.
Congratulations to overall winner and 13 & under Champion Van Bailey, to our 15 & under Champion Kyle Ross and our 10& under Champion Austin Ross and the winner of the green fleet Boomer Blumenschein.
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