f you are looking for a possibility to volunteer register with Brigitte for Mobility Cup on August 25-29 at Pelican Lake. The racers at Mobility Cup would be thrilled to have such knowledgeable companions in their boats.
The Optimists had their first practice last Saturday in gusty winds up to 20 knots and high waves. Kudos to all the young athletes who tried to survive in these windy conditions and to those who managed to stay out their for six races. A big thank you to Diane Carlson for lunch and dinner – unbeatable. Here are the results:
1. Dylan McMorris
2. Kyle Ross
3. Larissa Blumenschein
4. Mackenzie Carlson
5. Alex Gerry
6. Austin Ross
7. John and Thomas Dorval, Dane Carlson and Simon Chapnick
On Sunday we had out last practice in Gimli for our 29ers, Lasers and Bytes. After a relaxed trailer packing thanks to all the parents for helping us we left the Gimli YC for the summer. A big thank you to the Gimli YC for letting us use their facilities in May and June. We will be back in September for some more racing.
At their AGM on January 27th, the Gimli Yacht Club honored Peter Loewen for his never-ending engagement and support for the sport of sailing. He served for 25th consecutive years as Treasurer for the Gimli Yacht Club. Peter also filled the GYC board positions of Social and Newsletter for several years and currently also is responsible for Membership and Berthing. Peter has been Treasurer of the Pan Am Sailing Federation since 1999, Treasurer of the Canadian Yachting Association since 2002, is immediate Past President of MSA after a 6 year term, and has chaired many Gimli based regattas over the past decade, most notably the 1999 Pan Am Games, the 2002 Canadian Youth Championships and the 2003 Western Canada Summer Games.
With lot’s of wind on Saturday all athletes got some good training in. It became a bit of a challenge when the wind picked up within minutes but we managed and landed our boats on the beach. On Sunday, despite of exams, we had five Lasers, one Europe and a Byte participating in the Fish Fly Cup and we sailed six races. Good job everybody!
1. Frazer McLaren Laser, 9 points
2. Paloma Corrin Europe, 18 points
3. Kevin Holiday Laser, 20 points
4. Tim Felbel Laser, 21points
5. Jocelyn McLaren Byte, 30 points
6. Robert Ewanchuk Laser, 36 points
7. Lawrence Stewart Laser, 37 points
Celeste Ferguson 4
Larissa Blumenschein 5
Alex Gerry 13
Scott Brousseau 14
Chris Bradley 15
Lawrence Stewart 16
Dane Carlson 20
Charles Burns 22
Kevin Holiday 23
David Bain 5
Carl Epp 6
Frazer McLaren Jocelyn McLaren 8
Charlie Burns Kevin Hannah 11
Gordie Parke and Chris Ferguson 29er, 4 points
Mark Townsend and Tristan Bruning 29er, 5 ponts
Paloma Corrin Europe, 10 points
Dillon and Rory McMorris 29er, 11 points
Amanda Norquay and Jackie Spears 29er, 10 points
Willie McDonald Laser radial, 12 points
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