ISAF Invites Bids For 2016 Women’s Match Racing World Championship

Sailing, Sports, Yachting — By on September 26, 2014 at 12:27 PM

isafFriday 26 September 2014 – The International Sailing Federations is now inviting all Member National Authorities to bid for the 2016 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship.

The ISAF Women’s Match Racing Worlds has been held every year since 1999 with the most recent event in 2014 being hosted in Cork, Ireland as Sweden’s Anna Kjellberg claimed an emphatic victory over Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) to take her first world title.

Bids must be received by the ISAF Secretariat and must include confirmation of support for the bid from the relevant Member National Authority. All bids received will be reviewed by the Match Racing Committee and their recommendations will be submitted to the ISAF Council for the final decision.

Bids to host the 2016 ISAF Women’s Match Racing Worlds must be received by Friday 24 October 2014.

To receive the full bid process and for details of the information that must be included in the bid document please contact the ISAF Competitions Manager Jon Napier at the ISAF Secretariat.

ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship microsite – www.sailing.org/womensmatchworlds.php

Links
ISAF Event Microsite
http://www.sailing.org/events/womensmatchworlds/index.php
History
www.sailing.org/events/womensmatchworlds/18952.php
Past Results
www.sailing.org/events/womensmatchworlds/past_results.phpAboutThe ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship is an annual event that was first held in Genoa, Italy in 1999 after a successful event was held as part of the 1998 ISAF Sailing World Championship in Dubai, UAE. Skippers are invited to attend the Championship based on their ISAF World Match Racing Ranking position. Denmark’s Dorte O Jensen is the most successful sailor having amassed four World Championship titles.
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Find out more on the history of the event here.

ISAF Communications Department
Tel: + 44 2380 635 111
Fax: + 44 2380 635 789
Email: marketing@isaf.com

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