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This is an open event and ISA coach Ross Killian will provide support on the water for all Irish sailors attending.
If anyone is interested in going to this event, please confirm your interest to John Elmes by Sunday night (22 Feb) at the latest.
The 420 Association have published an information sheet for Sailing 420s in Ireland.
(This is the same sheet that was given out at the "Try a 420" talk in Baltimore in Feb).
It can be found on the Sail420 "Links" page, together with other sources of useful info :
For those that have not already been in contact, please contact John Elmes by telephone or email to confirm attendance (details below)
ISA coach Ross Killian will be the lead coach. He will be assisted by David Harte (Fastnet Marine & Outdoor Education Centre), Tom Mapplebeck & Adam Hyland.
Welcome Briefing : Sat 18:00 at the FMOEC (all sailors and parents are invited)
The 420 Association will be hosting a talk on 420 Sailing at Baltimore Sailing Club on Monday February 16 at 7pm
This is the IODAI Oppie week at Baltimore.
The Irish 420 Association are holding 4 days open training in Schull from Sunday 15 to Wednesday 18 February (inclusive).
This coaching will be for all levels, both those new to the 420 and more experienced. The coaching will be run by ISA 420 Coach Ross Killian. The training will be based at the Schull Sailing Centre (FMOEC) Colla Road, Schull. Schull Sailing
The Irish 420 Association are holding open training in Howth Yacht Club on Sat 18th and Sunday 19th October and Sat 25th and Sunday 26th October.
The training is open to those new to the 420 as well as experienced sailors. Sailors may do one or both weekends.
ISA coach Ross Killian will be the head coach for both weekends. The cost is 100 euro per boat for each weekend.
The closing date for applications is 1200 on Friday 10th October.
Click the link below for the application form.
The Irish 420 National Championships takes place in the Royal St George YC on Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August.
The Notice of Race for the event has just been published. This is sure to be a great event in Dublin Bay, with 9 races planned. There is also lots of social planned with a BBQ in the Lyttle's house for all sailors after sailing on Friday.
After sailing on Saturday there is a BBQ in the Club followed by the AGM at 6pm.
We have lots of prizes including 1,2,3 in the Silver Fleet and top girls and we are hoping for a good turnout from those sailors.
The Selector Series results for international events have been published. The Youth Nationals in HYC was the final leg in the Selector Series. If you have any comments on the results please contact Theo Lyttle.
The Selector Series results for 2014 have been published to date. The results comprise the first 6 races in the series. A further 11 races are scheduled to be sailed at the Youth Nationals in HYC.
The overall selector series results will be published directly after the Youth Nationals.
Please note that there have been changes to the Selector Series document, with regard to team selection. Please read the revised Selector Series document.
Entries are now being accepted by HYC for the Youth Nationals. The event is also the second leg of the Selector Series for International Events. There is a 20 euro discount for entries received by the 11th April.
Entry can be made online here: https://www.hyc.ie/entryonline/youthNats14/entrylist.asp