You can now follow the best video action from the ISAF Sailing World Cup series on the new Sailing World Cup YouTube channel.
In December 2008, the inaugural ISAF Sailing World Cup launched into action, showcasing the world's top Olympic and Paralympic sailors in a new annual series. After five of seven events, the World Cup has already hosted numerous twists and turns, drama, a spot of controversy and most of all, plenty of spectacular action out on the water. You can now follow the World Cup story so far via our host of video clips on the new ISAF Sailing World Cup YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/SailingWorldCup
Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyeres and most recently Medemblik have all hosted World Cup events to date and over 30 video clips featuring racing footage and interviews from all of these venues are now available to view on YouTube.
The new YouTube channel is designed as a home for all video content on the World Cup, no matter how long or short, serious or frivolous! It will complement the existing Sail.TV player already available at the ISAF Sailing World Cup website www.sailing.org/isafsailingworldcup
(or click here to go straight to out Sail.TV player
If you have a World Cup related video you'd like to see published on the YouTube channel just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with the details.
ISAF Sailing World Cup
The ISAF Sailing World Cup 2008-2009 consists of the following events:
16-21 Dec 2008 - Sail Melbourne The Asia Pacific Regatta, Melbourne, Australia
25-31 Jan 2009 - US SAILING's Rolex Miami OCR, Miami, USA
4-10 April 2009 - Trofeo SAR Princess Sofia MAPFRE, Palma, Spain
18-24 April 2009 - Semaine Olympique Francaise, Hyeres, France
27-31 May 2009 - Delta Lloyd Regatta, Medemblik, Netherlands
20-28 June 2009 - Kieler Woche, Kiel, Germany
14-19 Sept 2009 - Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta, Weymouth, Great Britain
Find out more about the ISAF Sailing World Cup, including the World Cup Standings, more on the seven events, the scoring system and the Notice of Series at www.sailing.org/isafsailingworldcup