Posted : 3rd of February 2005


Japan, Gamagori, Aichi, 03-08 April '05
1.1 The 2005 Mistral Asian Championship (MAC) and the 2005 Formula Windsurfing Asian Championship (FWAC) will be held
from April 3rd, 2005 to April 9 th 2005 .
1.2 The MAC will count towards the ISAF World Sailing Ranking List and towards the Mistral Asian Ranking List.
1.3 The FWAC is a Qualification Regatta , in the Mens Division , for the 2005 Formula World Championships . A total
of 5 qualification places are allocated to Asian competitors in the Asian Championships . The Formula event is
also a Level 1 Formula World Ranking event .
2.1 The Championships will be organized by the Japan Sailing Federation (JSAF) together with the Local Organising Authority
2.2 Coordination and cooperation with the Japan Association for the 2005 World Exposition.
3.1 The event will be based on the Gamagori-city , Aichi-prefecture.
3.2 Air temperatures in April are expected to be 12 >20 deg.C , with wind speeds of 5-25 knots depending on the time of the day. Water temperatures are likely to be above 16 >18 deg.C.
4.1 This is an ISAF sanctioned event governed by:
4.1.1 The ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing 2005-2008 ("RRS") Including App. B-Windsurfing;
4.1.2 The current IFWC (Formula ) and IMCO (Mistral ) Class Rules and Championship Rules;
4.1.3 The Notice of Race (NoR) and the Sailing Instructions (SI's).
4.1.4 Where there is a conflict between Class Rules and the NoR, the NoR will take precedence;
4.2 IMCO & IFWC are category 'C' classes as set out in ISAF Regulation 20-Adverising Code .
5.1 All entries shall meet the requirements of ISAF Regulation 19 - Eligibility Code .
5.2 A minimum of 3 races is required for a valid championship in each fleet/division.
5.3 Competitors shall be members of the relevant national class association , which shall be paid up members of IWA ; or paid up
individual members of IWA .
5.4 Membership formalities can be completed on site.
5.5 Competitors shall possess valid third party liability insurance.
6.1 Mistral Asian Championship (MAC) & Formula Asian Championship (FWAC)
6.2 These Championship shall be a single discipline 'Open Entry' event for Divisions A and B .
7.1 Gender: Men (A); Women (B);
7.2 A minimum of 5 entries is required to constitute a 'fleet' or a division within a fleet.
8.1 All competitors may bring their own equipment.
9.1 It is the responsibility of each competitor to ensure that his/her sailboard and equipment conforms to Class Rules.
9.2Measurement and equipment checks may be made throughout the event.
9.3 Competitors shall be on site from 10.00hrs on April 3rd, 2005 for registration & measurement.
10.1 (MAC) National letters & sail numbers comply with Class Rule C.9.2.

11.1 If personal buoyancy is prescribed, each competitor & support boat crew member shall wear, above the waist, a jacket,
harness, or vest with a minimum buoyancy of 4kg. uninflated, in fresh water. The buoyancy shall be tested with a ferrous
metal weight of 4kg. which shall remain supported for a minimum of 5 minutes.
12.1 Competitors take part in all races at their own risk. The LOA, WFJ, JSAF, IMCO , IFWC or any of their officials or
representatives or the sponsors or their officials or representatives are not responsible, under any circumstances, for any
damage, loss or injury either ashore or on the water either to persons or equipment, which may result. Participation in this
event, supporting events and in each race in them is at the sole discretion of the sailor and at his/her own risk.
12.2 Notice is drawn to RRS 4.
13.1 Olympic trapezoidal courses shall be used.
14.1 The RRS low points scoring system will apply.
14.1.1 Three races in Mistral class and three races in Formula class: are required to be completed to constitute a series.
14.1.2 The scoring system is as follows for Mistral and Formula :
(a) When fewer than four races have been completed, a boat's series score will be the total of her race scores.
(b) When four to nine races races have been completed, a boat's series score will be the total of her race scores
excluding her worst score.
(c) When from ten to eleven races have been completed, a boat's series score will be the total of her race scores
excluding her two worst scores.
15.1 An International Jury will be appointed in accordance with the RRS 70.4. Their decisions will be final and cannot be
16.1 The 'Championship SI' will be available at registration as will the Event Programme scheduling social events.
17.1Coaches are required to register in advance .Coach boats may support competitors , please advise the organisers in
advance. .
17.2 Coaches are required to wear a buoyancy aid when the "Y" flag is flown.
Mistral class: (11 races will be scheduled) Formula class: (11 races will be scheduled)
April 2nd Arrival
April 3rd 1000 hrs -1600hrs Registration/Measurement
April 4th 1000 hrs-1200 hrs Registration/Measurement
1200 hrs Opening ceremony
Welcome Party
April 5th - April 7th 1000 hrs First Possible start/ Racing
April 8th 1000 hrs First Possible start/ Racing
1500 hrs Last possible start.
18.00 hrs Prize Giving &Closing Party
April 9th Departure
19.1 Medals may be awarded to the first three Men/Women in each Class/division depending on entry numbers.
20.1 In registering for the event, competitors automatically grant to the Organising Authority the right in perpetuity to make, use
and show from time to time at their discretion, any motion pictures, still pictures and live, taped or filmed television and other
reproduction of them, taken during the period of the event, for the said Championship as defined in the Notice of Race and
Sailing Instructions in which he/she participates without compensation.
22.1 During racing, competitors may be required by the organisers to wear bibs/vests carrying the event sponsors'
branding; and carry the event sponsor's advertising on their sails. The maximum area that the event sponsor's branding
may occupy is 600mmX1000mm immediately below batten #4 .The stickers may not be cut or trimmed .

22.1Smart casual clothes will be required for the Opening & Closing Ceremonies.
22.2 The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to any person to such events if in their opinion their standard of attire is not
commensurate with the occasion .
23.1 Competitors will be accommodated at a cost 5500~ 8000 per day including two meals.
24.1Take international flights to CENTRAL JAPAN Int.Airport ( ) and then
take the bus or Taxi to the border to GAMAGORI (40 Min. drive)( )where you will be met by a
representative of the LOA who will assist in your transfer to your hotel accommodation.
24.2 Please fax the LOA your flight details advising the number of people in your party and the amount of equipment/luggage to
be carried.
25.1 The registration office during the regatta only will be in the club house.
25.2 Competitors will be required to produce the following prior to completing registration formalities on site:
- Original Regatta Entry Form (Form 1)
- Evidence of valid third party insurance to the liability value of US $2,500,000
- Proof of age (Passport)
- Parental/legal Guardian Assent (Form 2) if needed
- Measurement Form signed by the Official Measurer
25.3 For more information, please contact:
2005 Mistral Formula Asian Championship Local Organising Authority
4-45-506 Yaguma-st Nakagawa-ku Nagoya-city JAPAN
Tel: +81-52-3626021 Fax: 81-52-3626021
26.1 Competitors shall fax +(81) 52 362 6021 or mail an official entry form (Form 1)
26.2 The Entry Forms may be sent by e-mail .or from on-line entry by event site(http//www.???????
26.3 Entry fees shall be paid at the time of registration by cash.
26.4 Entry fee is 15000 .
26.5 Entry shall be made before 20th of March 2005 .
Additional files :
NORAsians05.doc (67 KB)

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