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Broadneck High School - Athletics - Unsanctioned - Sailing
... The Broadneck Sailing Team offers an opportunity for students to sail competitively against other schools in the county and state, and consists of a ... The team practices out of Severn Sailing Association (SSA) on the Severn River, right off of Annapolis ... locally in the Central League of the Middle Atlantic Scholastic Sailing Association (MASSA) and nationally under the authority of the Interscolastic ...
Regatta
... Yacht Club Regatta starter rifle A view from the Race Committee boat at the start of Vanderbilt Sailing Club's annual SAISA regatta in 2005.]] IACC-class Yacht at the Kiel Week 2005 A ... Sailing race events are typically held for a single class (a single model of boat, such as the Islander 36) and usually last more than one day ... Regattas may be hosted by a yacht club, sailing association, town or school as in the case of the UK's National School Sailing Association and Interscholastic Sailing Association (high ...
Team Racing Today
... secondary schools that field teams in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association and the Interscholastic Sailing Association ... There is also an annual British Universities Sailing Association Team Racing Championship, contested by 32 teams after several rounds of regional qualifiers ... also active with annual championships organised via the British Schools Dinghy Racing Association, which caters especially for private independent schools, and the National Schools Sailing Association ...
Organization of Dinghy Racing - A Scholastic Sport
... In the United States secondary school sailing is governed by the Interscholastic Sailing Association ... College sailing in the US is governed by the Intercollegiate Sailing Association ... College sailing in Canada is now governed by the Canadian Intercollegiate Sailing Association, founded in 2010 ...

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