The best sailing talent will be on show and as well as world titles being awarded across ten events 50% of Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition places will be won based on results in Santander.
Results will be available when racing commences on Friday 12 September here.
Live Tracking of gold fleet racing is scheduled to commence from 14 September through to 21 September.
2D Tracking will be available here.
3D Tracking will be available here.
Live Tracking via the Sailviewer-3D Tablet App will be available for devices with 7” or greater screens.
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Live Blog – A live blog will follow the ISAF Worlds from Thursday 11 September through to Sunday 21 September. The live blog is available here http://www.sailing.org/events/isafworlds/live-blog.php
Facebook – Like the International Sailing Federation on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/ISAFWorldSailing
Twitter – The @ISAFupdates Twitter account will be following the action throughout the week, follow the account here www.twitter.com/ISAFupdates.
Instagram – follow the newly launched ‘isafworldsailing’ account here http://instagram.com/isafworldsailing
Santander 2014 ISAF Worlds Event Website
Santander 2014 ISAF Microsite
Rio 2016 Olympic Qualification System
Notice of Race
About Santander 2014 ISAF Worlds
More than 1, 250 sailors in over 900 boats from 84 nations will compete at the Santander 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships from 8-21 September 2014. The best sailing talent will be on show and as well as world titles being awarded across ten events 50% of Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition places will be won based on results in Santander. The regatta format will feature an opening qualification series and a final series with the top ten in each event proceeding to the Medal Race where the final positions will be decided.
About The International Sailing Federation
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) is the world governing body for the sport of sailing.
ISAF is made up of 140 Member National Authorities (MNAs), who are its principal members, and responsible for the decision making process that governs the sailing world.
There are currently more than 100 ISAF Class Associations, ranging from the small dinghy classes for young people up to 60 foot ocean racers.
Sailing is a lifetime sport enjoyed right across the world.
The sport encompasses a massive range of disciplines and events including Olympic sailing, offshore sailing, windsurfing, match racing, team racing, fleet racing and disabled sailing.