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29 November 2007, 12:24 pm
Star Worlds 2008 - Competition With A Capital "C"
2007 Star World Champions Robert SCHEIT and Bruno PRADA
2007 Star World Champions Robert SCHEIT and Bruno PRADA

Miami, Florida, USA

When over 200 Star sailors arrive at Miami's Coral Reef Yacht Club next April to sail in the ISAF Grade W Star Worlds 2008, they had better be ready.
The competition will be fierce on Biscayne Bay for this oldest of the Olympic sailing classes. There are still four slots open for nations to compete in the Olympic Games with six to eight nations trying to qualify at the 2008 Star Worlds. Germany and several other nations will be using the Worlds as their Olympic trials. This is in addition to the battle to win the Worlds in a very competitive fleet. It may even more exciting than the recent US Olympic Star Trials where, before the last race, the top three teams were only separated by five points. The Star World Championship 2008 - - is up and running and registration is open. Now all we need are sailors and wind…
Connie Bischoff (As Amended By ISAF)
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