The Athens 2004 Olympic Sailing Competition Measurement Regulations are now available online on the ISAF Athens 2004 Microsite.
All boats, including their spars, sails and equipment entered for the 2004 Olympic Sailing Competition may be measured in Athens in accordance with their class rules and any special rules contained in the Notice of Race, Sailing Instructions and the Measurement Regulations.
An Olympic Measurement Committee (OMC) has been appointed by ISAF and has the final responsibility of interpreting the class rules for the regatta and for determining whether equipment complies with the class rules. The OMC shall have the right to change the Measurement Regulations and any changes that are made during the 2004 Olympic Sailing Competition will be posted on the official notice board.
The OMC is headed up by Chief Measurer Jean-Pierre MARMIER (SUI) and includes Cliff NORBURY (GBR), George ANDREADIS (GRE) James SCHOONMAKER (USA), Simon FORBES (ISAF) and Sebastian EDMONDS (ISAF). There will also be a team of measurers in Athens responsible for each class - details are available in the Officials section of the ISAF Athens 2004 Microsite.
The Measurement Regulations include details of Pre-race Measurement, specific details for each class, measured boats and equipment requirements, details about measurement during the regatta and a diagram indicating the layout of Tornado gennakers.
Go to the Documentation section of the ISAF Athens 2004 Microsite via the link below to view the Measurement Regulations.