Approved No Appeal Events

Approved No-Appeal Events under Rule 70.5(a)

The following events have been granted permission by US Sailing to deny the right of appeal under rule 70.5(a):

2017 USODA Team Trials - May 6-14, 2017

Event: 2017 USODA Team Trials

Date: May 6-14, 2017

Venue: Brant Beach Yacht Club, Long Beach Twp., NJ

US Sailing contact: Tom Rinda – IJ, IU

2017 Triple Crown Series Qualifier #1 - June 3-4, 2017

Event: 2017 Triple Crown Series Qualifier #1

Date: June 3-4, 2017

Venue: Oakcliff Sailing Center, Oyster Bay, NY

US Sailing contact: Pat Healy – IJ

2017 Triple Crown Series Qualifier #2 - June 24-25, 2017

Event: 2017 Triple Crown Series Qualifier #1

Date:  June 24-25, 2017

Venue: Oakcliff Sailing Center, Oyster Bay, NY

US Sailing contact: Jim Capron – IJ

2017 Swan 42 National Championship - July 12-14, 2017

Event: 2017 Swan 42 National Championship

Date: July 12-14, 2017

Venue: New York Yacht Club, Newport, RI

US Sailing contact: Sandy Grosvenor – IJ, IU, IRO

2017 29er Class National Championship (Qualifying Series) - July 26-28, 2017

Event: 2017 29er Class National Championship (Qualifying Series)

Date: July 26-28, 2017

Venue: Alamitos Bay Yacht Club, Long Beach, CA

US Sailing contact: Don Becker – IJ

2017 US Team Racing Championship (Qualifying Series) - October 19-22, 2017

Event: 2017 US Team Racing Championship (Qualifying Series)

Date: October 19-22, 2017

Venue: Seawanhaka Yacht Club, Oyster Bay, NY

US Sailing contact: Kirk Brown – IJ, IU

Blanket Permission Events Under Rule 70.5

All events hosted by, and limited to members of, the following organizations are granted blanket permission to deny the right of appeal and a waiver of the requirements concerning composition of protest committees, provided that the denial of appeal is stated in the Notice of Race and clearly posted on the official notice board:

Inter-Scholastic Sailing Association (ISSA)
Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA)

Additionally, Area qualifying events for US Sailing Championships are granted blanket permission to deny the right of appeal under rule 70.5(a) and a waiver of the requirements concerning composition of protest committees as required by US Sailing’s No-Appeal process, provided that: 1) the denial of appeal is stated in the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions, and 2) the Area Re-Opening Procedure requirements are met, and 3) the requirements for appointment of race officials in US Sailing Regulation 10 are met. However, a decision resulting from a hearing under rule 69.2 may be appealed.



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