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Official Press Release for the all new STD Mark II Laser Sail

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Laser Class Announces New Sail Design

The all new Standard Mark II Laser sail available on 1 November

The International Laser Class Association (ILCA) is pleased to announce the release of a completely new class-legal design for the Laser standard rig sail. The release marks the first time in over 40 years that the Laser sail design has been substantially updated. Continue reading

Pre order the new RADIAL CUT STD LASER SAIL now !

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The new radial cut STD Laser sail is coming.
PSA and its dealers are taking pre order now for the all new radial cut STD Laser sail.
Officially launching on November 1st 2015, class legal for all AUS regattas except for Sail Melbourne World Cup.
Get in quick as initial stock will be limited with first delivery arriving in the coming weeks.
All new STD Laser packages will come with the new sail incLuded.
Contact your local dealer or click the link below to pre order now.


Final Day of Laser Radial Youth Worlds

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Congratulations Conor Nicholas, #1 for the regatta !


Day 6 of the Laser Radial Youth Worlds presents high winds, and racing is cancelled for the day.

In the female division Mária Érdi, Hungary, is 1st overall, after winning 6 of the 10 races at the regatta. Dolores Moreira, Uruguay finishes in 2nd, and also placed 1st in the under 17 category. Magdalena Kwasna, Poland, finishes in 3rd, with Francesca Bergamo, Italy, in 4th and Carolina Albano, Italy in 5th.

In the male division, Conor Nicholas, Australia, holds his lead throughout the regatta to place 1st overall. Italian Gianmarco Planchestainer, finishes in 2nd place. Nic Baird, United States, finishes in 3rd, with Paolo Giargia, Italy in 4th and Umberto José Varbaro, Italy, in 5th. Finnian Alexander, Australia, finishes 6th, and Jack Cookson, Great Britain, finishes in 7th. Bernie Chin Singapore, finishes 8th overall, and is the top finisher under 17 years of age. Henry Marshall United States and Jamie Calder, Great Britain, finish 9th and 10th respectively.