Our  over 400 competitors, 100 coaches & 100 volunteers got a warm Kingston welcome by Kingston’s Town Crier Chris Whyman, MP Mark Gerretsen, and our MC Queen’s Sailing team member Simone Larose this morning before racing.

It was a wonderful day out on the water for the first day of the regatta.

Athletes had the opportunity to talk to Queen’s Sailing Team president Zach Baum and coach James Rountree at the debrief to learn about collegiate sailing.


Here are the results after Day 1:

Laser Radials

1 Tayte Stefanuik

2 Hunter Dejean

3 Lauren Ehnot

4 Julian van den Driessche

5 Justin Vittecoq


C 420

1 Mosher/Nesbitt

2 Synder/Porter

3 Leduc/Feeney

4 Santavy/Absi

5 Mussio/Butler


 29er North American Championship

1 Bonin/Bonin CAN

2 Baird/Baird CAN

3 Shachoy/Smith USA

4 Hardee/Hasson ISV

5 Staples/Kunz CAN


i420 Canadian Championship

1 Lewin-Lafrance/Gillis

2 Heidenreich/Sapp

3 Groves/Fraser

4 Frost/Howell

5 Perrell/Klempen


Thank you to all of the volunteers out on the water and ashore who make events like this possible!  Your expertise and dedication to the sport of sailing are unparalleled!


For more informationn

CORK website: www.cork.org

CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322

Email: media@cork.org

Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario