Paul Tingley

Paul Tingley is a Canadian Paralympic sailor, particularly of
keelboats. Paul became interested in sailing due to the suggestion of a physiotherapist. He shared a bronze medal for Sailing at the 2000 Summer Paralympics as a part of the Canadian Sonar team, participated in the 2004 Games, and won a gold medal for Sailing at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in a one-person keelboat.  In 2010, he won the Open one-person keelboat World Championships in the Netherlands against 88 abled and disabled sailors.  After competing at the London 2012 games in the 2.4 mR, he changed boats and joined the Sonar team campaigning for Rio.

Logan Campbell

Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Logan started sailing at the age of 13. First sailing a Byte chartered by Sask Sport, Logan soon moved on to sailing Lasers and Laser Radials. After competing at numerous Canadian Youth Nationals and the 2005 Canada Games, Logan prepared himself to continue progressing as a Laser sailor. In 2006, Logan suffered a setback when he was involved in a boating accident. Taking some time to focus on his education, Logan spent the next few years studying at the University of Saskatchewan, where in 2011 he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Also visit the site for gambling gokken op internet - Cop 17.

Scott Lutes

Lutes started sailing competitively in 2007 in the Martin 16 and the Paralympic 2.4mR class. Winning his first M16 regatta, Coupe du Québec, gave a real taste for sailboat racing. In August 2011 he tried out for a position on the 3 person Sonar and joined the team full time in November 2011.

Lutes has a deep appreciation for sailing, “There's an amazing thrill racing sailboats. Disability doesn't matter, you find ways to adapt and bring all your abilities into play.”