The Residents Of Mississauga Are Competing In The Regatta Of International Sailing

Dylan Scott is the resident of Mississauga and he competed in a sailing for Canada. The event was the International Regatta China Cup (CCIR). It took place on November 8-12. In the competition, the Canadians were pitted opposite the professional sailors hailing from all over the world. And this included the champions of America’s Cup, such as the champs of New Zealand Team Emirates and the champions of Australia, Russia, South Africa, Philippines, and Tunisia.

The event was of four days and in the event over a hundred boats participated in many classes. The boat raced for all four-day to secure their position in the event and this included the Beneteau 40.7 class. This was the class in which Scott took part and sailed. Scott performance was great and he was chosen by Mike Evans, the Canadian team Captain and also the veteran sailor of China Cup five times. In addition to that six more sailors from Canada took part to handle the 12-person boat team. Rest four positions in every team were kept aside for the local sailors who have the good knowledge sailing along with the coastline of China as well as in the ocean.

The team of Canada officially got the place 19th in 24 teams, but the good part is the team performed well and given challenges and thus raised the level of competitions. Scott seems excited to accomplish this and that too opposite World’s most excellent sailors.”

This regatta for the locals is not less than carnival. It witnesses the massive local visitors. According to the rumors around two million spectators came to see this regatta.

Scott is the commerce student and he is also the president of the Dalhousie Sailing Team (DST). He got his interest in sailing after getting a number of head injuries.