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Announcing the 2020 J/80 World Championship!

by J/Boats 12 Jan 2019 06:38 PST 28 September – 3 October 2020
J/80 World Championship - Day 5 © Pierrick Contin / www.pierrickcontin.com

The J/80 North American Class Association is pleased to announce that Sail Newport, Newport RI has been selected to host the J/80 2020 World Championships, September 28th to October 3rd, 2020.

The regatta will be the 10th year anniversary of the epic J/80 Worlds that was held in Newport 2010 and almost 20 years since the very first J/80 Worlds that were also hosted in Newport.

Mark your calendars now in what is once again expected to be yet another epic, open, J/80 World Championship! Anyone and everyone are welcome to participate in one of the world's greatest venues for sailing!

Stay tuned for further details announcements on the J/80 North American Class website.

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