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WASZP European Games - Pre-event Clinic announced

by WASZP 18 Jan 11:31 GMT 7-10 April 2022
2022 WASZP European Games © WASZP

With excitement building around the 2022 WASZP European Games held at CAR Murcia in the south of Spain at one of the premier foiling venues in the world Mar Menor. SailGP INSPIRE Coach Ross Harvey will be on hand to host a coaching clinic and regatta tune-up. This clinic is now available in the days leading up to the event, an amazing opportunity to get more time on the water.

Held from the 7th -10th of April and at the low cost of EUR120, this is a fantastic opportunity to get the most out of your event experience and kick off the 2022 European Event circuit with 10 days of stunning foiling in Mar Menor!

Enter the Clinic here...

The European Games schedule is as follows:

11th/12th April - Registration + Measurement
13th April - European SLALOM Championship
14th - 17th April - European Games - Championship Racing

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