2014 sailing schedule for Olympic and Paralympic athletes

Published on March 19th, 2014

Over the coming six months the calendar is full of Olympic sailing regattas building towards the pinnacle event of the year – the ISAF Sailing World Championships, being raced off Santander, Spain in September. Santander will also serve as the first opportunity of national qualification in the ten Olympic classes for Rio 2016. In the Paralympic boat classes, teams will use the schedule to prepare for the IFDS World Championship in Halifax, Canada in August.

2014 Key ISAF Competitions:
ISAF Sailing World Cup, PALMA, Spain (Princess Sofia Regatta) Racing dates: 31 March – 5 April, 2014

ISAF Sailing World Cup, HYERES, France (Semaine Olympique Francaise) Racing dates: 21 – 26 April 2014

Olympic Games Test Event, Guanabara Bay, RIO, Brazil (Aquece Rio – International Sailing Regatta 2014) Racing dates: 3 – 9 August 2014 (two boats per nation in each class)

2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships (Olympic events), SANTANDER, Spain Racing dates: 12 – 21 September 2014

2014 Key EUROSAF Competitions:
EUROSAF Champions Sailing League, LAKE GARDA, Italy (Fraglia Vela Riva) Racing dates: 7 – 11 May 2014

EUROSAF Champions Sailing League, MEDEMBLIK, Netherland (Delta Lloyd Regatta) Racing dates: 20 – 24 May 2014

European Championships Regattas:
Finn European Championship, LA ROCHELLE, France Racing Dates: 5 – 10 May 2014

Laser (Laser Radial) European Championship, SPLIT, Croatia Racing dates: 7 – 14 June 2014

49er and 49erFX European Championship, HELSINKI, Finland Racing dates: 8 – 13 July 2014

470 Men’s and Women’s European Championship, ATHENS, Greece Racing dates: 10 – 15 July 2014

Nacra 17 European Championships, LA GRANDE MOTTE, France Racing Dates: 5-12 July 2014

Paralympic World Championship:
IFDS Worlds, Halifax, Canada Racing dates 16-24 August 2014

Information provided by the Australian Sailing Team

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