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RT @worldsailing 📰 The 2021-2024 edition of World Sailing's Racing Rules of #Sailing have been published and will come into effect on 1 January 2021.
The new Rules are available to download on our website:
➡️ https://t.co/w2CrV8itsP https://t.co/HPqVbcNtQx
RT @SailCanada Sometimes all you have to do is use the resources that are available! 🤓
This is what National Judge and Umpire, Katie Coleman has done in light of these difficult times. Learn more about this Helly Hansen Sailor of the Month: https://t.co/kLvIp50FLT https://t.co/NOrlC5re3u
Empowerment and recycling at its best. Cabarete Coffee Company in Cabarete, Dominican Republic (an area renowned for kite surfing) sells backpacks from recycled sails to keep them out of landfills. The Mariposa DR Foundation’s backpack project provides jobs for local women. #investinginherfuture #seewhatshecando
RT @SailCanada Sail Canada is proud to announce the members of the 2020-2021 Canadian Sailing Team and Canadian Sailing Development Squad! ⛵️
📸: World Sailing https://t.co/l09b3B3y2R
RT @WomenSportTrust 'Focus only on what you can control'
@deecaffari has been alone at sea for as long as six months. She gives her tips on how to cope with solitude during the coronavirus outbreak
A solo round-the-world sailor on isolation https://t.co/h9o30rWBx7
RT @womensport OMANI FEMALE SAILORS BREAKING NEW GROUND
The start of today’s first Laser Division race at the 2018 @SailCanada Youth Championships and hosted by @rcyctoronto. Sailors are working hard and hoping for good wind and weather to try to qualify for the 2019 Youth World #Sailing Championships. #seewhatshecando https://t.co/Hajo2rlGFV
Shots from the second day of this week’s 2018 Sail Canada Voile Canada Youth Championships happening this week at RCYC - The Royal Canadian Yacht Club in Toronto. Provincial teams made up of some of the country’s best 15-18 year old sailors are competing to represent Team Canada / Équipe Canada at the 2019 Youth World Sailing Championships. Lots of great sailing to follow all week long. #seewhatshecando #sailing
Happening all week long at @rcyctoronto - the 2018 @SailCanada Youth Championships which brings together all of the top sailors btwn 15-18 years to compete to earn a spot on @TeamCanada ‘s youth sailing team. Good luck to all the sailors. #seewhatshecando #sailing https://t.co/vc2qNkI3UF
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