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Hansa class Queensland championships proceeding but SKUD 18 Nationals cancelled

by Virginia Riddle-Cross 30 Aug 2021 22:16 BST 8-10 October 2021
Chris Symonds won every race to win the 2019 Australian Para Sailing Championship in the Hansa 303 one-person © David Staley

The 2021 Hansa Class Queensland Championships will still be going ahead from Friday 8th October to Sunday 10th October 2021, hosted by Southport Yacht Club, Hollywell. Racing is scheduled for the SKUD 18, Liberty, Hansa 303 (one and two-person) and Hansa 2.3.

Due to the ongoing Covid situation and interstate border closures, the Australian SKUD 18 Championships and Australian Para Sailing Championship for SKUD 18 have unfortunately been cancelled.

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