Saturday, January 19, 2008
29er Pic from website
Montreal Sailing likes to be all inclusive of your "this and that" when it comes to racing sailboats. Lately, we've spoken, with enthusiasm, about the simple, affordable, fun and intense competition going on in Canada of classes like the single-handed Laser. So, for a bit of balance, here is a reminder of another possibility for high performance youth sailing. The 29er Montreal High Performance Camp will return this spring, May 8-11th.
The website describes the clinic as follows: "The 4th annual Montreal High Performance Camp. This camp is the ultimate way to jump-start your season. It combines intense water sessions, fitness training, rig tuning, boat set up, technical theory and rock-solid coaching to help you get to the top of your game when the 2008 sailing season starts.
"The camp will follow the same format as always with 4 days of intense coaching.
Included will be:
4 continental breakfasts
4 Full Days of Coaching
2 Guest Speakers"
Tyler Bjorn and Matthieu Dubreucq have been the instigators in previous years. See the website for more info. - Ralph, Montreal Sailing