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Bahamas on course for Nanjing

3/8/2014 5:18:49 PM


Paul De Souza, a 14-year-old St. Andrew's student, has joined a world class group of young sailors who have qualified their country for the Youth Olympic Games to be held in Nanjing, China, August 14-28, 2014.

In total, only 30 sailors worldwide will be selected through continental championships and the World championship to compete in the Youth Olympic Games. Paul trained very seriously for the North American Championships with his sailing coach, Robert Dunkley, from the Bahamas National Sailing School, and his fitness trainer, Emilio Bullard, from Sweat Therapy, to obtain one of the 4 North American qualifying spots. Paul is the first sailor to ever represent the Bahamas at the Youth Olympic Games.

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