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Sailing Worldcup starts in France's Marseilles, 700 sailors from 59 countries taking part this year | 28 out of 30 Medal winners from the Rio Olympics, taking part in 700 cellars from 59 countries

               
The 12th Sailing World Cup Series Launched, It's the second largest event of Sailing after the Olympics
Sailing World Cup Series in France, in 2008, 35 countries were involved in the first season

Paris The 12th Sailing World Cup series has been started in Marseille, France. This is the world's second largest event after the Olympics. About 700 sellers from 59 countries are taking part in this year's World Cup series since 2008. Talking about all the 12 seasons, more than 2000 cellars in 75 countries have so far been in the World Cup. In the Rio Olympics -2016, 28 out of 30 Sailying was the same, who had earlier won medals in the World Series.

There are 8 types of events in the World Cup series – 470, 49-ER, 49-ER Fx, Finn, Laser, Laser Radical, Nakra-17, RSX. All these events are different depending on the design of the boat. The race for medal will be on April 20 and 21.

There are 4 different types of boat, this is the race from

Monohal: The boat, which has only one hull. It works well for the deep water.

Multihall: The boat that has more than one hull. Hull connects with each other.

Windsurfter: The name used for fast wind and downstream. Especially used in surfing

Kite Border: Like snowboarding, the Kite Border is used for boarding the water.

Titas and Pandit of Italy won the race last year
Last year, Italy's Seler Teeta and Bandit won the Sailing World Super Series title. After this he also won gold at the European Championships. However, he was defeated in the recently-held TROPHO Sailing Competition, after which his claim was weakened. New Zealand's team is moving forward in the race this year.
                
                
            

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