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World Sailing Approved Class and Equipment for 2018 Youth Olympic Games

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BIC Techno 293 Plus EUROPEANS 2018 - Day 1(6)

Last year World champions are still in the control. 3 races in light wind seabreeze conditions here in Mondello today. Giorgia and Fabien always in front. But this is only the beginning with 12 more races to go ...

Posted by International Techno 293 Plus Class Association on Monday, 2 April 2018





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8. Techno 293 Plus
8.1 It is proposed to support an application to ISAF in November 2016 to become an ISAF Class.
8.2 It is proposed to adopt the
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8.3 It is proposed to adopt the Championship Rules as amended by the AGM.


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Opening the Show in Mondello
Posted On:  02/04/2018 10:15:03

Strong winds above 20 knots and huge waves forced the Race Committee to abandon the practice race so the Opening Ceremony for the Techno 293 Plus European Championships was the focal point of the day.

130 competitors from 27 countries attended the ceremony at the Club Canottieri Roggero Di Lauria garden in the presence of a large audience of sailors, coaches, officials and club members. A traditional parade of countries opened the show followed by speeches by officials including IWA vice-president Paul Leone, FIV Councillor Ignazio Florio Pipitone and club president Giorgio Matracia. An official flag racing ceremony was the climax moment with the president opening the regatta.

This is the penultimate Qualification event for the Youth Olympic Games. Follow all the action on the Official Event Website

Racing is scheduled for 12:00 on Monday with wind from 6 - 10 kts during the day.

Opening Ceremony Video

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