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Adelaide Sailing Club to host ILCA World Championships in 2024

by Peter Royle 28 Jul 22:31 PDT January-February 2024
ILCAs launching at Adelaide Sailing Club © ASC

The Adelaide Sailing Club has been chosen to host the ILCA World Championships in January 2024, bringing one of sailing's most high-profile events to South Australia.

Commodore Peter Royle said "these highly contested and iconic events will have a lasting legacy on the future of sailing in South Australia, showcasing the Adelaide Sailing Club and SA's exceptional events capability to sailors from Australia and around the world. This is a massive vote of confidence in Adelaide as a host city and our club as a regatta venue".

The Adelaide Sailing Club together with the ILCA South Australia are excited to be hosting some of the world's best sailors here prior to competing at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

The regatta schedule is as follows for the International Laser class:

  • The Australian Open and Youth Championships plus the Oceania Championships
  • Then the Men's Open Class World Championship (Olympic Class)
  • Finishing with the Masters World Championships
The events begin in early January and finishes in early February 2024.

The Adelaide Sailing Club has hosted several World Championship regattas in its recent history and has been awarded Australian Sailing SA Club of the Year for the last two seasons.

For more information head to www.adelaidesailingclub.com.au

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