Today is the last day of competition at the PWA Water Ladies Slalom event in Hyeres
. The wind is building up and it is already blowing 15 knots, so it looks like finally today they could do some more races. To follow the event live, check the LIVE EVENT TICKER
from Spain and Piotr Myszka
from Poland became the 2010 RS:X World Champions
at the Kerteminde RS:X World Champioships
, in Denmark. Full Report here
“10 ripped sails, 9 broken masts and 3 destroyed boards”, tha’s the final equipment balance at the end of the Reunion Wave Classic. Check out Umi’s video from the best wipe outs.
If you are planning on a holiday in France and want to know all the spots you could sail at, check out this video
. It will take you to 20 spots in the North and West of France
Following, we include an important statement from the RYA that concerns those sailors who wish to be considered for RS:X Youth National Squad selection and all RS:X Senior sailors:
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances the RYA Volvo RS:X National Youth Squad Primary Indicator 1 has had to be changed in the upcoming 2010/11 RYA Volvo RS:X National Youth Squad selection process for the Main NYS entry point for 2010 (September/October) – Appendix A in selection policy.
The RS:X Primary Indicator 1 is now the RYA Olympic Classes National Ranker at WPNSA on 18th
September 2010 (instead of the UKWA Cup 5 at Christchurch on 18th
September). You can enter online via the RYA Racing Events website: www.ryaracingevents.org.uk
. Please note that the entry fee is cheaper if you enter online by Monday 13th
For further information please see the selection information on the RYA Website.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
RYA Senior Administrator, Youth Racing Programme
Photo Credit: Morane Demont trainin in Hyeres and Blanca Manchon winds the RS:X World Championships