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ISAF official Olympic film

by Courtesy ISAF on 8 Sep 2004
400 sailors representing, 61 nations, 126 races over 15 days for 11 sailing events and 54 athletes receiving medals – relive the excitement from the 2004 Olympic Sailing Competition of the XXVIII Olympiad, Athens, Greece and order the ISAF Official Film.

Available on DVD in PAL or NTSC format, the ISAF Official Film will present the ‘Olympic Story’ of the eleven sailing events contested in Athens. It will bring you all the action from the race course, together with fascinating facts and figures and interviews with the Gold medallists, who recount their campaign for Olympic glory.

The film will look at the infrastructure behind the Olympic Sailing Competition, the different organisations involved and the background to competitors and personal sacrifices made in pursuit of the honour of representing their nation at the Olympic Games.

Compiled as an historic and educational film, in addition to the ‘Olympic Story’, the DVD will contain racing footage from each of the eleven events providing an excellent coaching tool on racing techniques and tactics.

The DVD will link back to the comprehensive information on the ISAF website, including results, mark by mark roundings, event reports and images.

The DVD available in PAL or NTSC format can be ordered direct from the ISAF Secretariat at a cost of £25 plus postage and packing. DVDs will be dispatched in the week commencing 11 October 2004.

Follow the link at the address below for the official order form.

Official Order Form: www.sailing.org/olympics2004/FilmOrderForm.pdf
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