Olympic Sailing event during London 2012 Olympics will take place from 28th July to 11 August 2012 in Weymouth and Portland. 380 athletes will compete for 10 medals. This Bank Holiday Monday will be the world's best sailors in the regatta with Skandia golden run for the past week: Weymouth and water until the Olympic and Paralympics Portland.
Borough residents and visitors to the five-day regatta, which is visiting Weymouth and Portland Sailing Academy, and show their support for members of the team's last chance of the public, should not interfere with sailors in London in 2012. It takes place before a big event for the safety of isolation. Olympic Manager Stephen Park, known as Sparky said to gold Skandia is a fantastic event this year will be 716 ships and 517 sailors. This almost certainly includes the applicant we can expect to see these games. It is not as great as the event last year, since most countries have large numbers of Olympic selection, but it is still twice as big as the Olympic regatta.
This is a great opportunity for us, and visiting teams will be less a test for the Olympic Games, he added the first day we had our entire Olympic team is selected from one place. Last members were recently selected to bring in some success in the World Cup for a number of international events, including world champion Ben and Hannah Finn called Saskia and compete as the first female world champion in the 470 to the Great Britain: The main difference with gold, and that the place at the Olympic Games and the regatta is open to the public for more than himself, though most games in this area during the gold closed, we hope to encourage more local people, local support and the home team is behind him, just as we the last 50 days before the opening ceremony of the Games.
It was marked the 25th Laser Radial Sailor, Ali Young and the team sang happy birthday and presented him with a birthday cake. Stevie Morrison, the high performance skiff with a crew of 49er Helms Ben Rhodes, paid tribute to his teammates, including Ben Ainslie, who is on a historic fourth gold medal this summer, will speak to people about the likes of Ben Ainslie 50 years.