Vincent Abubakar :CG United Insurance 2024 Now

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Grenadines and St. Vincent Championships for National Sailing, CG United Insurance

Vincent Abubakar :CG United Insurance 2024 Now

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Vincent Abubakar Vincent Chase Vincent Chase Sunglasses Samantha Vincent

 

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines CG United Insurance National Sailing Championships concluded at Calliaqua Bay on the weekend of December 17, showcasing an impressive level of skill and competitive spirit that left race officials and spectators in awe. Twenty-one sailors were chosen to compete at this elite level from throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Oreakay Joseph accomplished an incredible feat by taking first place in the ILCA6 category. With impressive sailing prowess, Logan Banfield took third place, closely followed by the well-deserved second place of Jamark Osborne.

Joshua Weinhardt was the victorious winner in the optimist class, exhibiting a strong willpower as well as sailing prowess. Tegan Deane took second place and was the first girl, and Kai Marks Dissent came in third, showing that they were competitive in this difficult category.

Madison Allock proved that her dedication to the sport and hard work paid off in the Optimist Green Fleet, taking home four first places and winning overall. There was just one point separating Rohan  Warren and Ira Hadley in second and third place, respectively.

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Vincent Abubakar Vincent Chase Vincent Chase Sunglasses Samantha Vincent

Throughout the championship, the weather varied greatly, with periods of sun and intense rainstorms. The competitors took on the challenge head-on, skillfully and resolutely navigating the various conditions.

There was an additional layer of complexity due to the wind, which varied in strength from light to medium to the competitions, putting the sailors’ versatility and seamanship to the test.

The championship was held against the breathtaking backdrop of Calliaqua Bay, which added to the overall experience for both competitors and spectators.

“It was an immensely positive weekend seeing Vincentian youth take part in the competition and exhibit their talents,” stated Tamara Brackin, Manager of CG United Insurance in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Showcasing the best sailing talent in the nation, the SVG National Sailing Championships proved to be an exciting and unforgettable event. Thank you to everyone who took part and to the winners for their outstanding performances.

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