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Round 3: Hosted by RB Sails

Date: *Pros: Oct 27 - 29th 2017
Ams, Masters, Ladies, Youths: Oct 28-29th 2017

Cornwall CLASSIC

Location: Gwithian/Marazion, near Penzance, Cornwall.
Directions:
Link to Google maps.

When: *Pros: Oct 27 - 29th 2017
Ams, Masters, Ladies, Youths: Oct 28-29th 2017.

*We are also including the facility to extend an additional ‘Pro Forecast Day’ of either 26th or 30th Oct for Pros only. This day will be added at the discretion of the organisers.

Who: Pros, Amateurs, Masters, Ladies, Youths

BWA Contact: nigel@britishwavesailingassociation.com

Event Contact: ian@rbsails.com

Entry Fee: Pro's £60.00; Ams, Masters £50.00 Ladies, Juniors and Students £35.00

Registration: ...

Head Judge: Ian Ross

Chief Photographer: Joe Cockle (JNP Event Photography)

Travel/Accom share info: TBC

Typical Conditions: Classic down-the-line but with some sneaky jumping at Marazion.

Weather forecast for Gwithian Cornwall

Entry form for the Cornwall Classic

To pre-enter Cornwall please fill out the form fields. After submitting this form you will be presented with a Paypal pay now button:

Disclaimer

I agree to be bound by the rules of ISAF/RYA prescriptions and UKWA Freewave instructions and Championship guidelines.

I declare that I am either;

a) A current member of BWA/UKWA and therefore hold 3rd Party Insurance cover.
b) A member of PWA or other international association recognised by UKWA and hold 3rd party insurance.

I have read the safety instructions as posted on the BWA website for this event and am aware of the hazards and risks.

I acknowledge that windsurfing on the sea presents hazards that can lead to personal injury or death and understand that the decision to compete is mine alone. I enter the event of my own volition knowing the risks. I declare that under no circumstances will the organisers of the event be held responsible for any loss, damage, death or personal injury, however caused, or any loss or damage to any equipment howsoever caused which does not result from their own negligence.

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