Canadian sailors achieve in Tokyo

Sarah Douglas

Aug 12, 2021

“We are all proud of our athletes and coaches who have dedicated themselves to push Canadian sailing forward. We look forward to continuing our improvements leading up to the 2024 Olympic Games in three years as the future looks bright for Canadian sailing toward Paris”

– Mike Milner, Sail Canada High Performance Director

Here is the final results for all athletes:

Sarah Douglas (Laser Radial): 6

Tom Ramshaw (Finn): 10

Ali ten Hove & Mariah Millen (49er FX): 16

Jacob Saunders & Oliver Bone (470): 17

Will Jones & Evan DePaul (49er): 19

Nikola Girke (RS:X): 23

Sarah Douglas

Tom Ramshaw

Ali Ten Hove

Oliver Bone

Nikola Girke

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