Upcoming dates for the Byte CII dinghy and Techno 293 windsurfer Continental Championships have been confirmed with qualification places for the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games up for grabs.
Of the 40 Country qualification places available in the Techno 293 - 20 boys and 20 girls – 34 spots across six Continental Championships and the 2013 World Championships will be available.
Sixty spots are available in the Byte CII – 30 boys and 30 girls – and 54 will be taken across their 2013 World Championships and six Continental Championships in 2014.
As hosts, China automatically qualifies for all events whilst the remaining spots will be distributed through IOC Universality places.
With charter boats and boards being made available by the Byte CII and Techno 293 ISAF Class Associations at all the continental qualification events the Youth Olympic Games will leave a lasting sailing legacy across the world.
World Championships, Sopot, Poland – 27 July – 3 August 2013
Africa Continental Championships, Port Yasmine, Tunisia – 2-7 September 2013
Asia Continental Championships, Singapore – 22-26 January 2014
Oceania Continental Championships, Auckland, New Zealand – 14-16 February
North America and Caribbean Continental Championships, Cancun, Mexico – 20-23 February 2013
Central and South American Continental Championships, Mendoza, Argentina – 25-29 March 2014
European Continental Championships, Garda, Italy – 20-27 April 2014
World Championships, Newport, USA – 24-28 August 2013
Asia Continental Championships, Langkawi, Malaysia – 9-14 February 2014
North American and Caribbean Continental Championships, Florida, USA – 27 February – 2 March 2014
Central and South American Continental Championships, Sap Paulo, Brazil – 1-4 March 2014
African Continental Championships, Riva, Italy – 21-27 April 2014
European Continental Championships, Riva, Italy – 21-27 April 2014
Oceania Continental Championships – Brisbane, Australia - Dates TBC
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