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Selection procedures announced for Para Classes at the 2023 Sailing World Championships

by US Sailing Team 27 Jan 2023 14:10 PST
US Sailing Team © Will Ricketson / US Sailing

US Sailing is excited to announce selection procedures for Para Classes at the 2023 Sailing World Championships.

In addition to the Olympic classes, the 2023 Sailing World Championship will also hold events in four Para Sailing classes for the first time ever:

  • Men's Hansa 303
  • Women's Hansa 303
  • 2.4mR OD
  • RS Venture Connect
Selection Procedures: 2023 Sailing World Championships - Para Classes available here.

For more information visit event website.

Notice of Race available here.

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