Will Sailing Get In Paralympic 2024?

After exclusion of sailing sports in Paralympic 2020 that will hold in Tokyo, Japan, entire sailing world and others in sports have joined hand to re-introduce sailing in Paralympic 2024. The fate of the sport will be decided in the annual conference of World Sailing 2016. The conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain on 8 November 2016, with many sailing oacross to the conference on a Split Flotilla Charter.  The conference will be shown live on the YouTube channel […]

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Sewell Wins The Evening Series

The Evening Series of Walton and Frinton Sailing Club continued and the race 4 to be held in excellent weather conditions. John Sewell had all smiles as he achieved 1st place in fleet one of the handicap. Overall, there were 14 dinghies that began at the Spit buoy to defeat Twizzle in 8 to 10 knots. And like always, the fleet 2 was first away. Sam Ward and Robin Cooper, the two champions had the best of the launch as […]

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America’s Cup: Kiwi Team favorite

The teams of the America’s Cup come back to the course on 27th and 28th February, at Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series in Oman. Present leaders, Emirates Team New Zealand, would be looking to carry on their authority on the water in the 1 design baffling AC45 class. In Oman, this is the middle of winter, but the temperature is topping thirty degree Celsius and the breeze is forecast to be light during the contest. Glenn Ashby stated that […]

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Dates for the International 420 Class World Championships

Earlier in July, the International 420 Class Association General Assembly, held in Karatsu, Japan, announced that the Fremantle Sailing Club had won the bidding to play host to Ladies World and U17 World Championships. International 420 Class Association President Nino Shmueli has officially declared the dates of 420 World Championships as 15th and 23rd December, 2017. The Warm-Up event, which would take place from 12th to 14th December at the Fremantle Sailing Club, in concurrence with the WA as well […]

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Japanese join Americas Cup Crew Trials

22 athletes from Japan will trial to join SoftBank Team Japan during the teams crew try-outs to take place from 27th to 29th November, at Riviera Zushi Marina outside Tokyo in Japan. The 3-day selection procedure would comprise intense fitness testing as well as sailing exercises with personal interviews to pin down the free-enterprise field with the target of inviting 2 athletes to become a part of the sailing team. Dean Barker, the skipper, told that they want the best […]

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