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Posted On:  19/02/2018 14:23:47

World Sailing has published the results of the Council vote on Regulation 23 review.

The results of the votes are as follows:......( more )
Posted On:  19/02/2018 12:37:44

Once again the small lake near historic town of Kalisz will host a big windsurfing event. More than 100 competitors in different classes from kids to Olympians, more than 5,000 euro in awards,  more then 10,000 spectators at the lake during the weekend.

Attractions for kids during international kids day, interesting racing on the water, but most importantly friendly atmosphere with stadium like racing that will be 7th edition of International Windsurfing regatta Kalisz 2018. ......( more )
Posted On:  14/02/2018 09:12:41

12 races completed over 4 competition days, in an unusually windy Singapore. There were 3 qualification places in both men's and women's Youth Olympic Games windsurfer event being contested by 11 Asian nations - with the 12th country, Hong Kong, already qualified at the World Championships held in Quiberon, France last year. ......( more )

Posted On:  08/02/2018 13:09:24

The 2018 Techno Plus Asian Championships is also part of the annual Singapore Windsurfing Open - now in its 37th year! 61 competitors from 14 countries have registered - including  one boy from Italy and one girl from Norway enjoying the opportunity to gain experience at international competition level. ......( more )

Posted On:  06/02/2018 12:11:17

Welcome to a new season. 4 major Class events are already set and confirmed. The season opener will be the IFCA European Slalom Championship which is offering a prize fund of 10,000 Euro at the Multivan Summer Opening on Sylt. The best male and female competitors are invited to fight for the official European slalom championship title in front of more than 100,000 spectators.

Read about this event and more in the IFCA newsletter.

Posted On:  01/02/2018 16:05:16

Written resolution of the Events Committee made on 31 January 2018.  The Committee received the Working Party report on the recommendations of the events that should be placed under review for the 2024 Olympic Games in accordance with Regulation 23. Read the full document here.

Posted On:  31/01/2018 15:11:39

Let me start my first newsletter of 2018 by wishing you all a happy new year and much success, both on and off the water. In my last note I expressed my excitement and optimism about 2018, and I truly hope that we are able to share very special moments throughout the year.
 
2018 is a crucial one for sailing, and I expect to see us make clear progress ....( more ).....

Posted On:  25/01/2018 10:55:57

The FAQ document concerning the 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition Events and Equipment selection procedure, originally circulated by World Sailing in December, has been updated. Click here to view answers to new questions received.

Posted On:  24/01/2018 14:33:32

Germany has won the pitch to host the IFCA Slalom European Championship 2018. This decision is officially revealed today by the International Windsurfing Association (IWA) and the International Funboard Class Association (IFCA). The Championship will take place on Sylt (Germany) from May 14th to 21st and will be the sportive highlight of the Multivan Summer Opening which is the official kick-off event for the summer season on Germany's most famous island.......( more )

Posted On:  22/01/2018 15:30:36

Dear Members and Friends,

In relation to the decision of World Sailing (WS), regarding the selection process for Events and Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games[1] and "rumours" of possible scenarios with new Events and Equipment as appeared on some specialist sport media, the RS:X Class Executive takes this opportunity to renew the wishes for a fantastic new year in 2018, to our members and friends, and to clarify the ongoing discussion as follows: (... more ...)
Posted On:  21/01/2018 11:18:34

The final day of racing turned out to be the biggest test for the regatta.  The early signs that the wind would pick up from the days' prior racing were correct, and didn't disappoint. The warm sunny morning lulled us into a false sense of security that it was going to be a light wind sailing day again. As forecast, the strong southerly breeze arrived just in time for race briefing, heralding a full day of great sailing to round off the series.......( more )

Posted On:  19/01/2018 12:09:11

Twenty-nine competitors have returned to the scene of 2016 Raceboard worlds for the 2018 Oceanic and Australian Raceboard Championships, and Moreton Bay Queensland has again delivered spectacular conditions with blues skies and steady winds. The local Dugongs and sea turtles also made an appearance on the racecourse to welcome the sailors.......( more )

Posted On:  16/01/2018 10:18:45

The 2018 Youth Olympic Games Techno293 Plus Qualifier for Oceania has just concluded at Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron.  A fascinating battle between Max van der Zalm from New Zealand and Alex Halank from Australian took place with Alex hot on the heels of his trans-Tasman rival.

In the end, it was the Kiwis Max van der Zalm and Veerle ten Have taking top spots in the Techno293 Plus fleet with Max winning the Oceania Championship and Veerle the first female. ......( more )
Posted On:  15/01/2018 11:44:06

After racing it's time for a bit of fun. NeilPryde cordially invites you to participate in an exhibition and test event for the RS:X Convertible hosted by the Coconut Grove Sailing Club.

VIEW INVITATION ......( more )

Posted On:  14/01/2018 21:38:10

Day 2 in Brisbane became a spectacular day with wind building up from 12 to 25 knots during racing. After the first race of the Techno fleet, some went ashore to downsize sails. It made no difference as the wind was just too strong and only 2 in the fleet finished. Race 3 was abandoned.

However, the Techno Plus fleet proved they were worthy of sailing an 8.5 and finished all 3 races. Max van der Zalm from New Zealand with Australian Alex Halank hot on his heels managed to win 2 out of the 3. Alex won the last race showing the battle amongst the 2 of them is not over yet, Max still leading with 5 points after 6 races. ......( more )

South American Windsurfing Championships 2018

South American Windsurfing Championships 2018, including the Youth Olympic Games qualifier! - Paracas, Ica, Peru we can't wait!

Posted by International Techno 293 Plus Class Association on Monday, 5 February 2018

International Windsurfing regatta Kalisz 2018

Posted by Patrik Pollak on Tuesday, 13 February 2018

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