World Sailing update


On Wednesday 30 October, the Para World Sailing Committee meeting took place at the World Sailing Annual Conference in Bermuda, with the 2020-2023 Strategic Plan revealed.

Over the past five years, World Sailing has increased the number of nations with Para sailors competing at international events by 30%. The Para World Sailing Strategy 2020-2023 builds on this success and sets out an ambitious plan. The strategy identifies four key goals:
#1 – Increase worldwide participation to 45 nations on six continents by the end of 2023
#2 – Expand competition
#3 – Effective marketing and communications
#4 – Governance and rules

Click here for the strategy document –…/202023ParaWorldSailingStrategicPl….

On the strategy, Massimo Dighe, Para World Sailing Manager commented, “World Sailing is committed to growing Para sailing and giving more opportunities to sailors. The strategy sets out what our key priorities are so we can consolidate and build on the success and growth we have delivered over the last five years.

“Through the strategy we will increase opportunities for all sailors with attractive new classes and an increase in cooperation with existing classes such as the Hansa 303, RS Venture Connect and the 2.4mR.

“Furthermore, we will work closely with our MNAs to increase the number of global events for Para sailors and deliver Para Development Programmes.”