Krystal Weir

Krystal Weir was forced to choose between hockey state titles and sailing at the age of 13. Weir chose sailing, and became the 2004 World Champion in the laser radial class. The Victorian narrowly missed selection for the Athens Games and switched from the laser class to the Yngling, which was worth the effort.

Weir along with teammates Angela Farrell and Karyn Gojnich won silver at the 2008 World Championships. She was selected for the Beijing Olympics as the captain of the Yngling crew, which went on to finish in tenth position.

Weir returned to her preferred laser radial class and was selected to compete at her second Games, finishing in 12th position.

Olympic Results

2012 London

Laser Radial - Women
Race 02 36 pts; 18th 18 18
Race 04 69 pts; 17th 23 23
Race 07 118 pts; 13th 7 7
Race 09 134 pts; 12th 4 4
Race 06 111 pts; 16th 35 35
Race 05 76 pts; 14th 7 7
Race 10 TP: 156; NP: 121; 12th 22 22
Race 03 46 pts; 14th 10 10
Race 08 130 pts; 12th 12 12
Race 01 18 pts; 18th 18 18
Final Placing 12 / 41

2008 Beijing

Yngling - Women
Race 01 1 pt; 1st 1 pt 1st
Race 02 12 pts; 5th 11 pts 11th
Race 03 18 pts; 4th 6 pts 6th
Race 04 30 pts; 5th 12 pts 12th
Race 05 37 pts; 6th 7 pts 7th
Race 06 44 pts; 3rd 7 pts 7th
Race 07 53 pts; 6th 9 pts 9th
Race 08 61 pts; 8th 8 pts 8th
Medal Race TP: 83; NP: 71 pts; 10th 22 pts DSQ
Final Placing 10 / 15