ISAF Sailing World Cup Final
27 Nov 14
The opening day of racing at the inaugural ISAF Sailing World Cup Final has been described as spectacular, fantastic and perfect.
|Tom Rinda (USA) - Chairman|
The Sailor Classification Commission has been established and appointed by the Executive Committee in accordance with Regulation 8 to provide technical advice on Regulation 22, the ISAF Sailor Classification Code.
8.10.6 The Sailor Classification Commission shall be responsible to the Executive Committee.
8.10.7 The Sailor Classification Commission shall:
(a) inform and advise the ISAF Executive Committee in respect of the implications and implementation of the ISAF Sailor Classification Code, and all its provisions;
(b) shall present proposed changes to the ISAF Sailor Classification Code to the ISAF Executive Committee for approval;
(c) shall ensure approved changes to the ISAF Sailor Classification Code are published and made known to Member National Authorities, so that these may be disseminated to competitive sailors worldwide;
(d) liaise with events and classes that use the ISAF Sailor Classification Code;
(e) consider and process and manage, via the ISAF website, applications and appeals from competitors for Classification and to assign such Certifications of Classification Group;
(f) liaise with other ISAF Committees to ensure the correct application of the Classification Code;
(g) maintain a list of Sailors and their assigned Classification Group on the ISAF website;
(h) be convened annually, when necessary, in order to consider any issues or proposed changes to the ISAF Classification Code; and
(i) publish and maintain up to date on the ISAF website a set of Frquently Asked Questions (FAQs) to assist sailors in understanding the Code and its interpretations. It may be changed at any time.