Sailing World Cup

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Sailing World Cup
Current edition:
2018 Sailing World Cup
First held 2008
Organizer World Sailing
Class(es) 470, 49er, 49er FX, Finn, Laser, Laser Radial, Nacra 17, RS:X
Official website http://www.sailing.org/worldcup/

The World Sailing's Sailing World Cup is a series of sailing regattas. The World Cup came into existence during the 2008–09 Season. The series features boats which feature at the Olympics and Paralympics.

The world cup was from the beginning composed of the major regattas Sail Melbourne in Melbourne, US Sailings's Rolex Miami OCR in Miami, Trofeo SAR Princess Sofia in Palma de Majorca, Semaine Olympique Francaise in Hyeres and Delta Lloyd Regatta in Medemblik.[1]

Seasons[edit]

Season Regattas
2008–09 Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères, Medemblik, Weymouth
2009–10 Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères, Medemblik, Weymouth
2010–11 Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères, Medemblik, Weymouth
2011–12 Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères, Medemblik, Weymouth
2012–13 Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères
2013–14 Qingdao, Melbourne, Miami, Palma, Hyères
2014 Qingdao, Abu Dhabi (final)
2015 Melbourne, Miami, Hyères, Weymouth, Qingdao, Abu Dhabi (final)
2016 Melbourne, Miami, Hyères, Weymouth, Qingdao, Melbourne (final)
2017 Miami, Hyères, Santander (final)
2018 Gamagōri, Miami, Hyères, Marseille (final)
2019 Enoshima, Miami, Genoa, Marseille (final)

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