Today’s agenda at World Sailing Conference
Published on October 31st, 2019
Hamilton, Bermuda (October 31, 2019) – The World Sailing’s 2019 Annual Conference continues today with the Constitution Committee, Events Committee and Oceanic and Offshore Committee meetings.
Yesterday saw in-depth conversations around the Racing Rules, Para World Sailing and Equipment at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. A full recap is available here.
The Events Committee agenda is packed full of items directly related to the Olympic Games and events World Sailing own such as the World Championships and the Hempel World Cup Series. World Sailing’s Event Strategy, Paris 2024 Events and Equipment and updates from the Sub-committees of Youth Events, Match Racing and Team Racing are all on the agenda.
In the Oceanic and Offshore Committee, discussions will be centred around the Mixed Two Person Keelboat, the upcoming 2020 Offshore World Championship, equipment cheating and the Offshore Special Regulations.
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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