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New initiative encourages youngsters to return to racing

by Debbie Darling on 24 Oct 2013
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Do you struggle to sail due to crew or helm issues, or your college/university has no sailing team, or you can’t afford to campaign a dinghy then this is just for you!

Open to individual sailors age 16 to 21 who are experienced fleet racers.

Limited to 36 sailors

Dates: Nov 2/3; Nov 30/1 Dec, January 25/26, Feb 22/23; Mar 15/16

Cost: £250 per sailor for five training weekends OR £60 per sailor per weekend

Head Coach- George Barker
Assistant Coach - Sam Jenkins (ex MCS) and Phil Derry (Oxford Uni)
Administrator – Debbie Darling

To apply for a place please email debbie@doorstepski.com. Please include a CV of your sailing experience.

If you would like more information then please chat to George Barker on 07961 147524.

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