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Two places at PSA Laser Clinic - Belmont 16 ft Skiffs THIS WEEKEND

by PSA Media Team on 19 Mar 2010
Diego Romero, Laser Olympic Bronze Medallist 2008 coaching Laura Baldwin to 11th place at the 2005 Radial World Championship in Brazil .. .
The current Australian Laser Radial Women’s Champion, Olympian & former ISAF World Ranked #2, Laura Baldwin will be running a PSA Laser Coaching Clinic at Belmont 16ft Skiff Club this weekend. There are two places left. All information and registration here

Meet on the club lawn at 9am on Saturday and experience an eye opening day learning all the go faster tips.

Testimonials from the first clinic at Dobroyd Aquatic Centre are very positive.

Bronwyn Mitchell said of the clinic, 'It was brilliant; I got heaps out of the day and really appreciated the positive approach to our training and the encouragement on the water.

I wish I had had this input years ago as I have spent all this time not even knowing how to de-power the rig properly. Now that I know, I am beating the boys and that is an awesome feeling!'

With increased demand, there are also more places at Middle Harbour on 27 March and Lane Cove on 18 April

The clinic at both Middle Harbour on Saturday 27th March and Lane Cove Sailing Club on Sunday April 18th (both 9am-5pm days) have over-subscribed from the set six sailors per coach ratio.

So former Australian and Asia Pacific Laser Champion, Ashley Brunning has joined the coaching team for this event which opens up four more places at each. Click here for information and registration
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