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ISAF Youth Worlds - Laser Radial to be utilised in Limassol

by ISAF on 19 Feb 2013
Laser Radial class at the 2011 ISAF Youth Worlds, Zadar, Croatia Sime Sokota/ISAF Youth Worlds
It has been announced that the Laser Radial will be utilised as the boys and girls one-person dinghy equipment at the 2013 ISAF Youth Worlds in Limassol, Cyprus from 13-20 July.

With the final decision on the equipment made, the deadline for boys and girls Laser Radial reservations has been extended to Friday 1 March to allow Member National Authorities further time to submit their reservations.

As detailed in the Notice of Race, published on 3 December 2012, equipment reservations received after the deadline may not be guaranteed a place at the regatta.

All MNAs in good standing with ISAF may enter one crew per event and every competitor must be a national of the country which is entering him or her.

All relevant entry documents were sent to MNAs in December 2012. Please contact the ISAF Secretariat (antonio.lamadrid@isaf.com) if you would like further information or visit the ISAF Youth Worlds website.
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