IODA Optimist World Championship
31 Oct 14
Switzerland's Nicolas Rolaz has been crowned 2014 Optimist World Champion after a strong week of sail boat racing in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
|Start Date||14 August 2010|
|End Date||26 August 2010|
|Venue||National Sailing Centre, Singapore|
The first Summer Youth Olympic Games will gather approximately 3,600 athletes aged between 14 and 18 years. Amongst these there will be 100 sailors, aged 15-16 years, in four sailing events: one person dinghy boys; one person dinghy girls; windsurfing boys; and windsurfing girls.
The dinghy events will be contested in the Byte CII and the windsurfing events using the Techno 293.
|Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games||14 Aug 2010 - 26 Aug 2010|
Sitting on 2.4 hectares of land, the National Sailing Centre (NSC) was officially launched on 26 June 1999 by the former Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Goh Chok Tong.
It is located at the south eastern tip of the island. The centre is dedicated towards sailing excellence.
The strategic location of the NSC enables sailors to make full use of the South-Westand North east Monsoons for year round sailing, and has been the choice for regional and international competitions.
The facilities include a large berthing area for boats, a two-storey administration block, a multipurpose sports hall, canteen, dormitory and an auditorium.
|2010 Youth Olympic Games Notice of Race||2010 YOG Notice of Race|
|2010 Youth Olympic Games Protest Summary||2010 Youth Olympic Games Protest Summary.|
|2010 Youth Olympic Games Qualification System||The Qualification System for the sailing competition at the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games|
|2010 Youth Olympic Games Qualified Nations||A table showing the full list of nations qualified for the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games, including details of nations in reserve places|
|2010 Youth Olympic Games Sailing Instructions||2010 Youth Olympic Games Sailing Instructions|
Mr Johno Fullerton
Tel: +44 2380 635111
General media enquiries relating to the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games can be directed to:
Mr Harold Lim
Head, Media Publicity
Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee