Posted: 9/27/2018 11:57:03 AM by Galen Richardson
My name is Galen Richardson and I am a Member of the RCYC High Performance Team. For the past couple years, I have received contributions from the ADF fund at the Club and it has been a great help towards my sailing campaign. My sailing partner, Jake Adair from the Kingston Yacht Club, and I are currently sailing the 49erFX, the Women’s Olympic skiff class boat. We have recently transitioned from the 29er into the FX and are planning to use it as a stepping stone in the Men’s Olympic class of the full rig 49er.
Posted: 9/21/2018 10:04:26 AM by Sam Bonin
Hello RCYC! It’s Sam Bonin here from Bonin Sailing, sharing some of my experiences this past summer with you. This year, I joined the Canadian 49er FX squad alongside the Sail Canada double handed coach, Krzysztof Kierkowski. We travelled and trained in Halifax, Montreal, Rhode Island, Kingston, Oyster Bay and Toronto focusing on developing the 49er skiff scene in Central and Eastern Canada.
Posted: 9/13/2018 12:04:14 PM by Noah Collinson
ADF Athlete Noah Collinson reflects on the ISAF Sailing World Championships in Aarhus‎, Denmark this past August. 
Posted: 9/6/2018 11:19:49 AM by Tom Ramshaw
ADF Athlete Tom Ramshaw reflects on his remarkable results at the 2018 Aarhus Wold Championships and looks ahead to Tokyo 2020. 
With over 90% of Club Members contributing to the Athlete Development Fund (ADF), we're setting the stage for further improvements as our Club is represented at all levels of competition! Thank you, on behalf of all RCYC athletes, for your continued support.

Here, our ADF Athletes will share the short articles on racing, training and their development goals.

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