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11 June 2007, 10:14 am
Council Minutes Published
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ISAF Mid-Year Meeting 2007
Paris, France

The ISAF Council Minutes from the 2007 ISAF Mid-Year Meeting have been published on the ISAF Meetings microsite - www.sailing.org/meetings. The Mid-Year Meeting took place in Paris, France from 4-6 May.
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The launch of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, the Olympic Sailing Competition, the Women's High Performance Dinghy Evaluation Event and the bid process for the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championship were amongst the topics discussed in Paris.

For a full report on the ISAF Mid-Year Meeting CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the ISAF Council meeting.

CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the ISAF Executive Committee meeting.

CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the ISAF Events Committee meeting.

About The ISAF Council

The ISAF Council is the final decision making body of ISAF. It is chaired by the ISAF President Göran PETERSSON (SWE), who was elected along with the seven Vice-Presidents for a four-year term in 2004. Along with the President and Vice-Presidents, the Council also includes the other members of the Executive Committee, Presidents of Honour HM King Harald V of Norway and HM King Constantine (both non-voting). There are also 28 appointed members (representing each of the regional groups of sailing nations), and representatives of the Offshore Committee, ISAF Classes Committee and a Women's Representative.

Meetings Microsite

The ISAF Meetings microsite - www.sailing.org - contains the Agendas, Supporting Papers and Submission from past meetings, 1997 to date. Via the online Minutes Archive you can access all past minutes of ISAF Committee Meetings from 1993 to date.

For all the news on the ISAF Annual Conference CLICK HERE.

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