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RS:X LIVE Q&A Session

Wed 6 Oct 2010
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The LIVE Q&A Session with Christine Johnston [GBR] who is a qualified RYA Olympic Classes Coach who raced at the 2000 Olympic Regatta in Sydney, Australia and then went on to finish 14th at the 2006 RS:X World Championships so she knows a thing or two about racing at the top level.

It's all happening at 6.30am Wednesday 6th October NZDT sharp.

Here's what you'll learn

Planning Your Travel - Arrive in The Best Shape
Planning Your Race Day - Develop The Best Routine
Planning Your Pre-Race Routine - Getting Ready to Race


AND

Techno - Kendall Cup 2010-2011, Round 1 results

Results from the first round of the Kendall Cup held at Murrays Bay 1-3 October 2010

RS:X Youth World Championships: Training Camp

In association with the Cyprus Yachting Association, RSX Class Association are organising a training camp from October 13th - 20th. This is for individuals and teams with a coach and those without.

The CYA Youth Team will be training at the venue during this time so you are invited to join them and train together.

However, if you do not have a coach and would like to take part then the RS:X Class will provide a coach for you.

Techno Kendall Cup


The Techno Kendall Cup Regattas for 2010-11 season, the scoring system to be used, and the reporting of results, have been decided and announced by the NZ Techno Class Association Committee.

The seven Kendall Cup regattas are:
Winter Champs - Murrays Bay - 1-3 October
North Shore Champs - Takapuna - 13-14 November
Sir Peter Blake Memorial - Torbay - 4-5 December
Junior Sail Auckland - Kohimarama - 12-13 February
Auckland Centreboard Champs - Howick - 5-6 March
RS:X/Techno North Islands - Tauranga - 12-13 March
Supercity Youth Regatta - Torbay - 16-18 April

Reports from Yachting NZ

World Championships, Kerteminde, Denmark, Winter Champs at Murrays Bay, National Youth Clinics 2010 ...

Change Of Role Leaves Olympic Windsurfing Champion Worry-Free

Wearing her crop top, board shorts, sunglasses and sports cap, recently retired New Zealand windsurfing legend Barbara Kendall could still pass for a competitor, but in Singapore she is staying on shore as a Youth Olympic Games athlete role model. Kendall participated in five Olympic Games, picking up the full set of medals with a gold, silver and bronze.

The Kendall Cup 2010 - New youth windsurfing trophy announced

A new season championship for youth windsurfers, to be known as the Kendall Cup, was announced today by Dave Mackay of the NZ Techno class association. “Windsurfing is New Zealand’s top Olympic event of the last 25 years, with seven medals from six Games including three Golds” said Mr Mackay. “Yet we don’t always get the profile and participation we’d like. We want to get more kids into the sport, and see them spending more time on the water, to ensure that we have the talent to remain top performers in the world in years to come. That’s what the Kendall Cup is about, and we’re delighted that both Barbara and Bruce Kendall have got in behind this initiative.”

AU - Oceanic Championships (RSX, Raceboard, Bic Techno- not confirmed)

Mon 27 Dec 2010 - Wed 29 Dec 2010
Wollongong

more details to follow

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