Posted : 24th of May 2007

2007 Canadian Windsurfing Championships

Canada, Squamish, British Columbia,, 16-21 July '07
1. EVENT
You are invited to attend the 2007 CANADIAN WINDSURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS which will be held from Monday, July 16 through
Saturday, July 21 2007 in beautiful Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.
The event will crown the top Canadian Man and Woman sailors in Course Racing, Slalom Racing and Freestyle.
Results obtained at this event will count toward International Formula Windsurfing Class and IFCA ranking.

2. ORGANIZER
The Championships will be organized by the SQUAMISH WINDSPORTS SOCIETY and ONSHORE MARKETING INC. as the Local
Organizing Authority (LOA) for and on behalf of, and under specified conditions laid down by the International Formula Windsurfing
Class (IFWC), International Windsurfing Association (IWA), and Windsurfing Canada (WC).

3. VENUE
The main event site will be located at Nexan Beach in Squamish. Course racers will launch from this location. Slalom and Freestyle
competitors will launch from the recently renovated Squamish Spit. All competitions will take place in Howe sound.
The city of Squamish is part of the Vancouver Lower Mainland in Supernatural British Columbia. Squamish is located approximately
80 kilometres north of the Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
During the month of July the weather conditions are:
- Average Wind: 15-17 KNOTS;
- Water temp: 15ºC/60ºF;
- Average air temp: 20ºC/69ºF.
Wetsuits are required, usually a short arm 3/2 steamer, or a 4/3. For freestyle and slalom, a 4/3 may be preferred.

4. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE



5. ACCOMMODATION
Information related to hotels/motels/camping will be available on the event website. http://www.2007canadians.com/
Vehicles and camper vans may park free of charge at the event site.
Some hotels will be offering a discount to competitors; this information will be posted on the event website.

6. AIR TRAVEL/TRANSPORTATION/TRANSFERS
The closest airport to the event site is the Vancouver International Airport, code YVR. The next closest airport is the Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport (SEA) approximately 2 hours south of Vancouver.
A wide range of scheduled flights are available to both airports.

EQUIPMENT TRANSFER
Participants flying into Vancouver’s International Airport (YVR) can arrange transport to and from the airport for equipment at a cost
of CAD/USD $40. Please contact Brendan Hooper for more information or to book your equipment.
All other travel related information can be found on the event website: http://www.2007canadians.com/

7. REGISTRATION
Entry Forms and a complete notice of race may be found on the event website http://www.2007canadians.com. Competitor entry
can be made online or by mail.

WINDSURFING CANADA MEMBERSHIP
Competitors must be members of Windsurfing Canada or, if visitors to Canada, of their national authority. WC memberships will be
available at the registration desk. Registered W.C. sail numbers shall have preference if there is a conflict.

CUT-OFF DATES
Registrations sent by mail must be postmarked no later than July 3 2007. Online registration will close July 11 2007

ENTRY FEES
For each fleet, there is both a general registration fee + a fee per discipline entered.
Before June 15
Gold Fleet $110
Silver Fleet $70

June 15-July 11
Gold Fleet $120
Silver Fleet $80

July 16, 17
Gold Fleet $130
Silver Fleet $90

Fee Per Discipline
Gold Fleet $10
Silver Fleet $5

8. CONTACTS
For more information please check http://www.2007canadians.com or e-mail mailto:info@2007canadians.com
If you need any additional information or assistance, please contact:
- Brendan Hooper - Onshore Marketing, brendan@2007canadians.com, +1 (250) 344-1482
- Marcus Hooper - Onshore Marketing, marcus@2007canadians.com, +1 (604) 724-9463
- John Darling - Windsurfing Canada, fwdsail@idirect.com, +1 (416) 928-3086

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