Resident Of Mississauga To Be The Participant In International Sailing Competition

In a world full of opportunities everyone wants to make the most out of it and in order to do so a person can go to any extent and his efforts are in the direction in need of some fame. And it is the utmost priority of almost every individual to be well-known and an established person. Representing our city or town is everyone’s dream but representing his/her country is like getting an ice on the cake. And that is what happened with a guy named Dylan Scott from Mississauga who competed in an international sailing regatta which and represented his country Canada. The event took place in China from 8-12 November. The Canadians competed with the some of the best professional sailors from world comprising of former America’s Cup Champions and players from New Zealand, Australia, Russia, and the Philippines.

The four-day event witnessed around one hundred and twelve boats in various categories and Dylan was chosen by the Canadian skipper Mike Evans who is a five-team veteran sailor of the China Cup and Dylan competed in the Beneteau championship class (40.7). Although the Canadian team secured the 19th spot among 24 teams Scott expressed his happiness and pleasure as they were competing against some of the world players and they were nothing more than an amateur.

Dylan was basically a commerce student and is the president of Dalhousie Sailing club at present. He took sailing seriously and got involved in it only after he suffered some serious and severe head injuries which restrained him from playing his favorite sports like football and hockey. Although he expressed regret for giving his favorite sports he said that he will shape his destiny in a good direction and made it clear that he will be looking forward to participating in the next international competition at the World Fireball International, 2019, which is scheduled for next August and will take place in Montreal.

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