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IRSA - New Logo and website

IRSA - New Logo and website








Henning Faas
Publicity Officer

International Radio Sailing Association

Email
info@radiosailing.org

www.radiosailing.org



IRSA is the worldwide radio sailing organization as an Affiliated Member of ISAF, the International Sailing Federation. IRSA is dedicated to the enhance­ment of both current and emerging world radio sailing classes through the promotion and development of consistent class rules, measurement methods, radio yachting racing rules, and advice in running major racing events.

Contemporary design, simple structure, and user-friendly navigation – these are the features of the International Radio Sailing Associations new look website – www.radiosailing.org.

Content has been updated. For example, a focal point of the homepage is a sliding image to click on, giving more information on “What is radio sailing”. New pages give information about the IRSA International Classes and upcoming worldwide events. Along with new pages with detailed member information there is a comprehensive section with the detailed history of championships in all International classes. Why not give it a try? Just three clicks of the mouse – and you can access any of the pages.

By the end of 2014, IRSA founded new Technical and Racing Committees which have started their work on revising class rules and racing rules. With the new website they will inform you about the ongoing processes and the background discussion. Read the Chairmen’s blogs on the new website about their work and see the IRSA business list on the plans for the future.

About the International Radio Sailing Association

IRSA is the worldwide radio sailing organization as an Affiliated Member of ISAF. IRSA is dedicated to the enhancement of both current and emerging world radio sailing classes through the promotion and development of consistent class rules, measurement methods, radio yachting racing rules, and advice in running major racing events.

Comments (2)

Olivier

Try http://radiosailing.org/

3 years ago
Mike Eades

I tried the link www.radiosailing.org and was unable to access the site.

3 years ago


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