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New Website Promotes Mixed Sailing On Multihull

At the ISAF conference in Athens we got the clear signal that mixed sailing on multi-hulls can be a new Olympic sailing discipline for the Rio Olympics 2016.
With a new website we want to promote and support mixed sailing as best as we can. With your support! Please have a look at www.mixedsailing.org.
Trine and Paul Elvström. The World greatest sailing legens finished 4th at Olympics 1984
On the new Website you find information about our sport. It is the beginning of a new era in the Olympic Sailing and we wish to get your support to make it a great sport. Mixed Sailing on Multi- and Monohulls is a well established sport around the world. Also in Olympic sailing.

Here some facts from international mixed multihull sailing:
  • The current World champion in Open Tornado World championship is a mixed team
  • Many of the World champions in the Hobie 16 Class are mixed teams
  • Women Sailing Legends Ellen MacArthur and Shirley Robertson sailing on Extreme 40 multihulls with a mixed team
  • Vice-World champion in ISAF combined Worlds 2007 in Cascais was a mixed team
  • Vice European Champion 2010 in Hobie 16 is a mixed team
  • 20% of Top 10 in Tornado Worlds is mixed teams (Place 1 and 7)
  • 40% of Top 10 in German Tornado Crew Ranking list is Women (from 81 Crews)!
  • More women sail as a crew more than sail as a helm in Tornado. 3:7 ratio for helm/crew in mixed teams
  • Denmark send mixed teams to the Olympics in 1984, 1992 and 2000
  • The Tornado and 470 class had successful mixed teams in the past Olympics
  • Our ultimate sailing Legend Paul Elvstrom places 4. at the Olympics 1984 with his daughter Trine Mixed Sailing can color up the Olympic Sailing a lot.
Mixed sailing on the Formula-1 (Multi-hull) can attract the media and spectators too.

Nahid + Roland Gaebler

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