IOMICA World Championship Statement

Following the recent review of travel restrictions in place on member NCAs a request was placed on the NCAs to state if the review of the travel restrictions in place were interpreted correctly by the IOMICA VC Events team. The date for stating an objection has now passed. IOMICA would like to thank all the

A statement from IOMICA

IOMICA has joined the International Olympic Committee and World Sailing in taking the decision to suspend the participation of Russian and Belarusian sailors and officials from taking part in any competitions sanctioned by IOMICA until further notice, and strongly urges our NCAs and all event organizers to take similar action.

New NCA: The Bahamas (BAH)

World Council Members: I, Fred Rocha, serving as Chairman of the Executive Committee am proud to announce the completion and approval of the application process allowing Bahamas to become the IOM ICA family’s newest National Class Association. I am hoping that you will extend your support and welcome to all their participating skippers at upcoming

2021 IOM ICA AGM Minuites

1. Call to Order 2. Confirm Quorum 3. Approve Agenda 4. Declare Voting Strength 5. Elected Officers 5.1. Chairman 5.1.1. Olivier Cohen (FRA) 5.2. Treasurer 5.2.1. Sean Wallis (AUS) 5.3. VC Technical 5.3.1. Robert Grubisa (CRO) 5.4. VC Communications 5.4.1. Josip Marasovic (CRO) 6. Changes to the IOM Class Rules – See Appendix A (a special resolution) 6.1. IOM Class Rules

2022 IOM World Championships – Postponed

Firstly on behalf of IOMICA I apologise for the delay in this posting. Due to the ever changing travel restrictions around the world it continues to be challenging to ensure that all NCA members are able to attend the proposed world championship in April 2022 at Rogoznica, Croatia. As a result of the continued travel

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