Slow going at Lightning North Americans:
Point Abino, ONT (August 13, 2019) – The second day of the Lightning North American Championship began with an on-shore postponement to allow for a light breeze to fill in around noon, after which the fleet was sent out for the final race of the Qualifying Series. The top 34 boats will now compete for the North American Championship over the next three days in a 6-race series. The balance of the fleet will sail for the President’s Cup. Full rep…
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Updating the Racing Rules of Sailing:
The Racing Rules of Sailing are revised every four years, with refinements for the 2017-2020 edition to be released after the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Aside from any glaring and unanticipated consequences, the period in between each release is dedicated to pondering what changes would improve the next edition.
The members of the World Sailing Racing Rules Committee take on this task, and have recently published a copy of the Racing Rules of Sailing for 2017-2020 with all changes approved in 2016, 2017, and 2018 for the 2021-2024 edition inserted.
This file is made available to facilita…
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