2017 World Championship: Final documents

“Dear IOM owners, you will find below final NOR, allocation of places and entry form for next World Championship, May 12th/20th in Pierrelatte, France.
You will notice that IOMICA part of entry fee is higher than usual, as we wanted to choose umpires ourselves, and book their flights as soon as possible to reduce costs.
We can say that result is positive so far, with good and experienced umpires, and important cost reduction after discussion on travel with them.
Don’t forget to send your entry form to your NCA officer, who will send it to organizers latest on Feb 13th. Pierre and his team are preparing a great event !”

Notice of Race
Allocation of places

2017 World Championship

WC 2017 will be organized in Pierrelatte (France) from May 13th to 20th 2017.
Congratulations to FRA NCA and Pierrelatte !
We thank Istanbul and Turkey NCA for their nice file and proposal.

2017 World Championship: Bids

IOMICA has received before deadline 2 bids for WC 2017 :
Istanbul from TUR NCA
Pierrelatte from FRA NCA
Decision will be taken and published within a few weeks.

2015 World Championship. Podium


Congratulations to Brad Gibson (GBR 42 World Champion),   Peter Stollery (GBR 39 , second )   and Zvonko Jelacic (CRO 35, third)

2015 World Championship Regatta Awarded to USA.

The IOM ICA Executive and the Events Sub-Committee are pleased to announce that the NCA for the USA has been granted the right to host the 2015 World Championship Regatta. The event will be held May 8 – 16, 2015 in Foster City, California, on Central Lake adjacent to the Community Center.

The IOM ICA acknowledges that two very strong proposals were received for this event from the USA and from ESP. We are confident that either proposal would have resulted in a strong entry, first class venues and well run events. In view of the last few World   Championships being held in and about Europe, the ICA decided that having the event return to North America was a deciding factor in making this selection.
Congratulations to the AMYA, the USA NCA and all their members who have been involved in submitting the successful bid for this event. We look forward to continuing a strong working relationship in the coming year as the dates draw closer.
We thank the NCA for ESP for the tremendous effort they expended to prepare their proposal and hope that they continue to be interested in hosting a future event.