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Cork Week 2012 to include Progressive ECHO

Amendment #1 to Notice of Race: In Amendment No 1 to the Notice of Race the race committee of Cork Week 2012 have announced that results will be provided on a dual scoring basis to include both IRC and the Progressive ECHO handicap system. Entrants in all handicap classes will be provided with results and prizes under both systems.…

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Cork Week 2012 announces SLAM UK as Official Clothing Partnership

Cork Week 2012  are pleased to announce their appointment of Slam UK as the official clothing partner. After a successful and enjoyable event in 2010, Cork Week are delighted to have SLAM UK return as a key sponsor. SLAM UK will be attending Cork Week with a fully stocked store, offering the OFFICIAL Cork Week 2012 Merchandise, and the latest season of SLAM technical and fashion clothing. The first glimpses of the Cork Week 2012 Official Merchandise range can be viewed on the SLAM UK Facebook page or visit SLAM UK website. We look forward to welcoming you to the SLAM store during Cork Week 2012, it’s going to be good craic!…

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Cork Week 2012 Launch

Peter Deasy, Admiral Royal Cork Yacht Club, Cllr Tim Lomboard, Mayor of the County of Cork & Pat Lyons, Chairman of Cork Week 2012 at the Launch in the Port of Cork

The Launch of Cork Week 2012, Europe’s biggest regatta organised by a single club, were announced yesterday [WEDNESDAY 28th MARCH] at an event in Cork Harbour Commissioners. Held on a biennial basis at the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven, Co. Cork, Cork Week is a Grand Prix sailing event and is renowned, worldwide, for exciting and challenging racing.

 

Cork Week 2012, which takes place from July 7th to 13th, primarily attracts sailors for the quality of its sailing. Boats from all over the world are expected, and this year, entries have already been received from as far away as South Africa and Hong Kong and it promises to be one of the most competitive events yet with the …

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Early Bird Entry Deadline Approaching

The early bird deadline for entries is the 31st of March and is fast approaching, be sure to get your entry in for Cork Week 2012. This year’s Cork Week is gearing up to be an exciting event with many international entries already in. There will as always be a variety of courses including windward-leeward, olympic, trapezoid, slalom and of course the harbour race. Race Chairman Anthony O’Leary comments “Listening to sailors’ feedback, one of the big attractions of Cork Week over the years is the variety of courses provided for competitors’ enjoyment.

I think the common trend at regattas all over the world or just racing windward/leeward courses has bored people enough at this stage.

I am proud to …

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