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Caribbean Kids Meet at ISAF Youth Worlds in Denmark

About 240 teenage kids from 58 countries came from all over the world to sail the 38th edition of the ISAF, International Sailing Federation, Youth Worlds, which took place in Arhus, Denmark from July 10-19. The Caribbean was represented by …

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OPTINAM 2008 Curacao Results

How close can it get? Reigning champion Raul Rios of Puerto Rico retained his title by the narrowest of margins in the final race of the championship held June 28 to July 5.  If he had not won the race …

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van Aanholt and van den Berg YSCO Champions 2008

The first day of the seventh Youth Sailing Curacao Championships was blessed with exciting racing conditions and lots of sunshine. In total, 70 kids between the age of seven and 16 sailed at the Spanish Water or at sea for …

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Curacao Prepares for the OPTINAM

Cor van Aanholt, president of Youth Sailing Netherlands Antilles and Inga van Uchelen, event manager of the OPTINAM are getting ready for the biggest youth sports event ever to be held in Curaçao.  “There may have been more athletes involved …

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Mini Optimist Regatta at Jan Thiel Beach Curacao

During the fall break in October, Nicolás Fracchia from Argentina organized a clinic and a mini regatta at Jan Thiel beach for the top youth sailors from Youth Sailing Curacao. Fracchia has been invited to help to raise the level …

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Curacao Hosts Clinic for Optimist and Splash Sailors

Recently Diego Ravecca from Buenos Aires, Argentina visited Curacao to give a clinic to youth sailors who are traveling to international sailing events. This year, 18 Optimist and Splash sailors, all members of Youth Sailing Curacao, are going to represent …

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Curacao Youth Sailing Championship 2007

For the third time in a row Youth Sailing Netherlands Antilles (YSNA) created a successful youth sailing event at the end of January, this time with ENNIA and Banco di Caribe as main sponsors. The event has become more serious …

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