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2019 Para World Sailing Championship Notice of Race published

by World Sailing 31 Jan 2019 07:23 GMT 30 June - 7 July 2019
2018 Para World Sailing Championship - Women's Hansa 303 © Cate Brown / World Sailing

The Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions for the 2019 Para World Sailing Championship, which will be held in Puerto Sherry, El Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz, Spain from 30 June - 7 July has been published.

Click here for the Notice of Race / Sailing Instructions.

The Para World Sailing Championships showcases the best-of-the-best in Para World Sailing, creates sporting heroes and engages sailing and sports fans as well as sponsors and broadcasters.

World Sailing and Marina Puerto de Santa Maria will work collaboratively to deliver the Championships.

Racing will be held in the One Person Keelboat Male - Hansa 303, One Person Keelboat Female - Hansa 303, One Person Keelboat 2.4 OD and the Two Person Keelboat - RS Venture Connect.

Registration, boat measurement and classification will start on 30 June. Practice races and the opening ceremony will follow on 2 July before racing starts a day later. Medal Races and the Final Series will bring the event to a close on 7 July.

Further information on how to register is available on the official event website - www.paraworldsailing2019.com/en

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