Ga-Oh is pleased to partner with Martin Robitaille, a member of the Canadian Sailing Team from 2011 to 2016 to help him continue his athletic career.

Martin Robitaille has taken part in several events this past year to try to qualify in the Finn class for the Rio 2016 Olympics. A top-level athlete, Martin has recently decided to tackle a new discipline: rowing. A few weeks of training was enough to qualify for the 2016 Canadian Championships this summer in Vancouver.
We are proud to offer you a collection made from sails that Martin used at the SAR Princess Sofia Trophy in Palma, Spain and on the occasion of the Miami US Sailing World Cup, both in  2015.
This limited edition has been launched at the Foire de la voile on November 5, 2016  organised by the Fédération de la voile du Québec at the Olympic Stadium. A percentage of sales is returned to Martin to help him pursue his dreams.

About Martin Robitaille

Martin Robitaille is originally from Deux-Montagnes, Quebec. 2016 was the year of his final attempt to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio. He is currently pursuing his studies in Mechanical engineering at the École Polytechnique de Montréal.

Course 2016
– Miami US Sailing World Cup
– Princess Sofia World Cup, Palma, Spain
– European Finn Championship , Barcelona, Spain
– Finn World Championship, Gaeta, Italy

Best Performance
– 1st at the Finn Junior World Championship in 2012
– 3rd at the Finn Junior World Championship in 2013
– 35th at the Finn Senior World Championship in 2015