Dec 19, 2019

Salus Sailor of the Year2019 Salus Sailor of the Year Award Winner Sarah Douglas presented by Sail Canada's High Performance Director Mike Milner

On Saturday, November 9, Ontario Sailing presented the 2019 Ontario Sailing Awards at an Awards Luncheon at Ashbridge's Bay Yacht Club.

Congratulations to all the 2019 winners!


Ontario Sailing Awards

2019 Hans Fogh Developing Sailors of the Year Award Winners Joe Marynowski (absent) and Andrew Sutcliffe (centre) -- Presented by Morten Fogh (left) and Thomas Fogh (right)
2019 Women Sailors Association Female Junior Sailor of the Year Award Winner Hunter Dejean (right) -- Presented by Donna Scott (left)
2019 Fogh Marine Youth Sailor of the Year Award Winner Andreas Steinitz (right) -- Presented by Fogh Marine's Morten Fogh (left)
2019 Joanne Abbot Female Sailor of the Year Award Winner Jodi Munden (right) -- Presented by Ontario Sailing Board of Director Daina Morgan (left)
2019 Regatta of the Year "Blind Fleet Racing World Championship @ Kingston Yacht Club" -- Accepted by Rosemary Wilson (left) and Lana Butler (right) -- Presented by Ontario Sailing President Peter Bradley
2019 Salus Sailor of the Year Award Winner Sarah Douglas (left) -- Presented by Sail Canada's High Performance Director Mike Milner (right)
2019 Angus Bud Roulstone Leadership Award Winners Ryan Perry & Kristina Harris -- Presented by Harri Palm (centre)
2019 Presidents' Award Winner Tim Irwin (2nd from left) --- Presented by Ontario Sailing Past Presidents Donna Scott, Mark Searle, and David Sprague (left to right)
2019 Doug Creelman Volunteer of the Year Award Winner Katie Coleman Nicoll (absent). Accepted by Greg Nicoll (left) -- Presented by Wendy Loat (right)
2019 Club of the Year "Cedar Island Yacht Club" -- Accepted by Paul Cairoli (left) -- Presented by Lisa Roddie (right)
2019 Club of the Year "Cedar Island Yacht Club" -- Pictured (left to right) Barry Brewin and Paul Cairoli -- Presented by Lisa Roddie (right)


Salus Sailor of the Year

Sarah Douglas

Hans Fogh Developing Sailors of the Year

Joe Marynowski & Andrew Sutcliffe

Women Sailors' Association Female Junior Sailor of the Year

Hunter Dejean

Fogh Marine Youth Sailor of the Year

Andreas Steinitz

Joanne Abbott Female Sailor of the Year

Jodi Munden

Ontario Sailing Regatta of the Year

Blind Fleet Racing World Championship @ Kingston Yacht Club

Angus 'Bud' Roulstone Leadership Award

Kristina Harris

Ryan Perry

Presidents' Award

Tim Irwin

Doug Creelman Volunteer of the Year Award

Katie Coleman Nicoll

Magnes Club of the Year

Cedar Island Yacht Club

Legends of Ontario Sailing Award

Larry MacDonald

Award of Excellence

TBA

  

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