Today’s programs at World Sailing Conference
Published on October 28th, 2019
Hamilton, Bermuda (October 28, 2019) – The World Sailing’s 2019 Annual Conference continues today. As the Annual Conference gets in full flow, today’s program will be spearheaded by the first forum of the week – Sail Insight powered by SAP: Self-Service App for Global Sailing Community followed by – Gender Balance: A Case for Change.
Commencing at 14:30 local time, the Forum will enable delegates in attendance and those watching on World Sailing’s YouTube channel here to gain exclusive insight into the new Sail Insight app powered by SAP and hear about the World Sailing Trust’s global strategic review on women in sailing.
The program will see numerous Sub-committees meet to discuss a wide range of topics within the sport.
The Match Racing Sub-committee will discuss the program of global match racing events and how to grow the discipline. The Equipment Rules Sub-committee will dive into a large number of submissions regarding the 2021-2024 edition of the Equipment Rules of Sailing and the Special Regulations Sub-committee will go through the Submissions related to the Offshore Special Regulations.
International Umpires will hold their Sub-committee meeting and review their strategy and applications for race official status.
The Olympic Classes Sub-committee will go through the World Sailing event strategy for 2021 – 2028 as well as receiving reports on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The Regional Games Sub-committee will also talk about the events held in 2019 and look ahead to 2020. To conclude the day, an open Women’s Forum will be held.
Match Racing Sub-committee
Equipment Rules Sub-committee
International Umpires Sub-committee
Olympic Classes Sub-committee
Special Regulations Sub-committee
Regional Games Sub-committee
World Sailing Annual Conference details… click here.
How to Follow
Daily news reports will be available on World Sailing’s website, World Sailing’s Twitter and Facebook account will cover the event with regular news and updates and daily videos, providing insight into the discussions, will also be available: click here.
And Scuttlebutt will be there
As I did in 2018, I will be attending the World Sailing’s 2019 Annual Conference to watch the sausage get made. Within the brick and mortar of World Sailing is a volunteer army seeking to navigate an amazingly diverse sport through cultures and requirements, and I again look forward to seeing how it is done. – Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt