ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami : It was a week of superlatives
lundi 2 février 2015 –
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This truly is the road to the Olympics.
Every aspiring Olympic sailor takes a shot at this ISAF series that travels to the far corners of the world, qualifying gold medal winners and top continent finishers to race at the finale that follows the five-race series. The next competition will take place at Hyères, France April 20-26. The finale will take place late in 2015 at Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. It’s a mini-Olympics for sailors only. You won’t see faces in Rio, 2016, that you didn’t see on the road to Rio, this road. You won’t see racing that is any more competitive. No, just sailors hardened in this crucible, playing for the highest stakes.
This is the proving ground. And as one winner put it, on to the next one.
ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami - Day 6 Highlights - Part 1
ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami - Day 6 Highlights - Part 2
Results are available here : www.sailing.org/worldcup/results/index.php
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