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IFDS World Championships 2014 set for Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron

by Sail Canada on 28 Sep 2013
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The International Disabled Sailing Association is set to host it's IFDS World Championships at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron, August 2014.

RNSYS is home to Canadian Gold Medal Paralympian Paul Tingley who has recently moved from the 2.4mR class to the Sonar Class with team mates Logan Campbell and Scott Lutes.

The event is a multi class event, seeing all paralympic fleets competeing including the Sonar, Skud and 2.4mR

Preliminary Notice of race posted here

Event Schedule posted here

www.ifdsworlds2014.ca" target="_blank">IFDS Worlds website
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