postheadericon 2, Youth From Oman Compete In Race For Impressing National Selectors

The 2018 youth sailing event brought 56 racers together from the four sailing schools of Oman Sail. All the sailors are determined to meet the criteria for a high-profile Mussanah Race Week, which is going to take place next year and meanwhile, they have impressed the selectors of the Oman national team.

The race was two days long and it was intense, but a friendly one. It was joined by schoolmates from sailing school Al Mouj Muscat, Sur and Marina Bandar Al Rowdha. At the event, the coaches present here tried to narrow down their best sailor selection who will qualify to compete in February at Mussanah Race Week (MRW).

After its 2011 first edition of Mussanah Race Week (WRW) the race is showing that the more numbers the best international racers of the world are participating and are attracted by the pleasant warm weather prospect sailing and finest coaching joint with the most excellent training facilities at the Mussanah Sports City (MSC).

The native sailors have got the benefit from this great opportunity doing the race opposite some of the best because the event is going to continue to its status just like the dinghy regattas, which is of the international level. Ahead of that, a regatta of Ranking Race will take place in the month of January to freeze the selection of the Mussanah Race Week (MRW). When both the event’s performances are considered, then the sailors will be chosen who will represent the youth teams to embody the Sultanate through 2019 at international events.

Mohsin Al Busaidi, he is the YPM of Oman Sail said “Sailors who are going to take and will demonstrate their talent and skills, as well as the progress each year, is outstanding and extraordinary.”

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