Carlo Croce Defends World Sailing Presidency:
The all-important four yearly vote for World Sailing Presidential and Board positions will linger to the final day of this year’s Annual Conference in Barcelona on Spain’s north east Med. As the international delegates proceed through the full schedule from November 5 to 13, Scuttlebutt correspondent Rob Kothe is tracking the elements that will determine the keeper of the top job. Here’s Rob’s report on November 11.
The trenchant criticism about the quality of decision making with the World Sailing body now stretches back over more than a decade and the responsibility for the current systems and processes must be shared by the Presi…
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Relive the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Events:
The Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition featured 380 athletes from 66 nations, in 274 boats racing across ten Olympic disciplines. Racing was held August 8-19 with 217 male and 163 female sailors racing out of Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Competition was held across seven race areas on the ocean and Guanabara Bay.
Relive the Rio Olympics with this playlist of the Sailing Events on the Olympic YouTube Channel.
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