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Entries now open for 2013 RS Feva World Championships

by Bill Tucker on 19 Nov 2012
2012 RS Feva World Championships podium Richard Gibbons
The International RS Feva Association is pleased to announce that entries are now open for the 2013 World Championships in Marina di Grosseto, Italy!

If you click on the Worlds 2013 tab on the class website - that takes you to the 2013 Worlds website. The Entry Form is available on the 'How to Enter' tab on the Worlds site.

All information we have is on the website. Note that there is a tab for 'Accommodation' information and all enquiries about accommodation should go to Pia Carminelli at the e-mail address on page.

E-mail with this information has already been sent to all who participated in 2012 at Hayling Island. Could you please send that information to anybody who wasn't there? PS: Since I started writing this, four entries have already been received from two countries!! We hope that the new President of ISAF - Mr Carlo Crocce will be able to visit the event.

So who will have the most fun at Grosetto? Sailors, parents, siblings or coaches? Who will be the next World Champion after the wonderful Leonardo Stocchero and Gianluca Virgenti this year?
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