As the dust settles on the ISAF Sailing World Cup Final that took place in Abu Dhabi from 26-30 November, attentions have turned to the 2015 series. Melbourne will kick start the proceedings before the sailors head to the USA, France, Great Britain and an Asian venue.
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Final Abu Dhabi places will be up for grabs along with the glory of gold and the sweet taste of victory in one of the ten Olympic events.
Rights free news feeds containing interviews and b-roll of sailing action will be available fromWednesday 10 December through to Sunday 14 December on the ISAF FTP. A log Sheet will be attached.
In addition, fully-produced highlight packages will be available from 10-14 December. These will contain interviews, action and results, including event graphics.
For FTP login details, specific requests and native language interviews please contact ISAF TV using the following address – email@example.com
High resolution, free for editorial use images will be available to download here. To download low resolution images for web use, please use the password – SWCMelb2014. For the high resolution password please contact the ISAF Communications Department below.
Results are available here – www.sailing.org/worldcup/
The racing will be available to watch in 2D and 3D via the live tracking.
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ISAF Sailing World Cup
The ISAF Sailing World Cup is a world-class annual series for Olympic sailing. It is open to the sailing events chosen for the 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition.
The ISAF Sailing World Cup brings together the major regattas on the Olympic sailing circuit. Over 2, 000 of the world’s leading sailors representing 75 nations competed in the sixth season of the World Cup, 2013-2014.
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.