Talk:Sailing at the 1932 Summer Olympics – Snowbird

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Introduction[edit]

The Sailing at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Soling forms the basis/template of all Class pages of the "Sailing at the xxxx Summer Olympic games" articles.

This article is standardized to this standard!

Naming convention[edit]

The name of a Class page is as follows: Sailing at the xxxx Summer Olympics – classname.

Good examples of a Class page name are:

  • Sailing at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Soling
  • Sailing at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Woman's 470

NON-examples are:

  • Sailing at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Soling class
  • Sailing at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Three persons keelboat
  • Sailing at the 1988 Summer Olympics - 470 Female

Class page structure[edit]

A class page for the series of the Olympic regatta's of one special year have the following structure:

  1. Infobox Olympic event template
  2. Classes used for Sailing at the Summer Olympics|year = xxxx template
  3. General introduction
  4. Race schedule section (actual racing days)
  5. Course area's and course configurations section
  6. Weather conditions section
  7. Final results section (using the Sailing result block template). Most of the results will be from fleetracing. In case of matchracing a sub section must be added for the matchracing part.
  8. Daily standings section
  9. Notes section (for documented further information)
  10. Other information section (for "less" documented info)
  11. Further reading section (for pointers to other sources related to, but mostly besides this page relevance)
  12. Reference section (please use reflist|refs construction
  13. Categories and other Wikipedia metadata

In case a section does not have the suitable content yet the following template will be used as placeholder:

example use of placehoder template:[edit]

Example of Class page[edit]

Please check when in doubt the content of this article

Thanks in advance NED33 (talk) 23:15, 6 March 2014 (UTC)


In compliance with the standard[edit]

The following Class pages are in compliance with this standard: