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Details of ISAF President and Vice-President candidates available

by ISAF on 29 Sep 2012
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Full details of the candidates for the elections of President and Vice-President of the International Sailing Federation, to be held in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland in November 2012, are now available on the ISAF website.

The election for President and the seven Vice-Presidents, will take place at the ISAF General Assembly on 10 November 2012.

The ISAF Officers are voted for by the Member National Authorities (MNAs), who represent their nation within ISAF. Officers are elected for a four-year term which will start on 11 November 2012 and end at the next General Assembly, to be held in November 2016.

In order to be eligible, a candidate must be nominated by five or more ISAF MNAs. At least two of the elected seven Vice-Presidents must be women. Full details of the rules governing the Election of ISAF Officers are covered in the ISAF Constitution – and the ISAF Regulations.

Full details of the eligible candidates, including biographies of each candidate, stated goals and nominating MNAs, are available to view here.


The eligible candidates for election at the 2012 ISAF General Assembly are:
Nominated as Presidential candidates
Carlo Croce (ITA)
David Kellett (AUS)
Eric Tulla (PUR)

Nominated as Vice-President candidates
George Andreadis (GRE)
Chris Atkins (GBR)
Marcelien Bos-De Koning (NED)
Adrienne Greenwood (NZL)
Nuno G Henriques (POR)
Oleg Ilyin (RUS)
Nazli Imre (TUR)
Gary Jobson (USA)
Jose Leandro (POR)
Quanhai Li (CHN)
W Scott Perry (URU)
Alberto Predieri (ITA)
Gerardo Seeliger (ESP)
Riccardo Simoneschi (ITA)

More information is available here.

Find out more about the Conference, including meeting papers, schedules and more here.

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