Oceanbridge Sail Auckland Regatta
27 Feb 15
Day one of Oceanbridge Sail Auckland got off to a slow start due to a lack of wind - with all fleets forced to wait two hours with the postponement flag hoisted up the official flagpole.
|Alfredo Ricci (ITA) - Chairman||Peter Barclay (PER) - Vice-Chairman|
|Francisco Gil Vives (ESP)||John Derbyshire (GBR)||Stephen Wrigley (USA)|
18.104.22.168 The Team Racing Sub-committee shall:
(a) be responsible for the planning and approval for the conduct of the ISAF Team Racing World Championship;
(b) review and maintain the conditions and requirements for the selection of countries and venues to host the ISAF Team Racing World Championship;
(c) liaise with the Secretary General on matters regarding finance, sponsorship and the contractual arrangements with the host MNA, organizers and suppliers of equipment;
(d) be responsible for developing and implementing strategies concerning the equipment to be used in the ISAF Team Racing World Championship;
(e) be responsible for promoting the ISAF Team Racing World Championship as the premier Team Racing event in order to encourage as many worldwide countries as possible to participate;
(f) keep under constant review the Championship Guidelines and other relevant information to maintain and improve the quality and standards of the ISAF Team Racing World Championship;
(g) make recommendations to the Events Committee on the promotion and coordination of team race sailing throughout the world; and
(h) monitor and develop all technical aspects of team race sailing organization in conjunction with relevant ISAF Committees and make any necessary recommendations to the Events Committee.