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Protest and Appeal: A Competitor's Guide
     

Protest and Appeal: A Competitor's Guide

by Bryan Willis
 

There's nothing sadder than winning on the water, then losing in the protest room through inexperience. This book de-mystifies the protest procedure, so you can sail with more confidence and stand up for your rights.

The Book...
Protests & Appeals gives clear and detailed guidance on protesting, defending a protest, requesting redress, reopening hearings, and

Overview

There's nothing sadder than winning on the water, then losing in the protest room through inexperience. This book de-mystifies the protest procedure, so you can sail with more confidence and stand up for your rights.

The Book...
Protests & Appeals gives clear and detailed guidance on protesting, defending a protest, requesting redress, reopening hearings, and appealing.

No-one likes protests, and the last place to learn is at a major championship. This guide shows you what to expect, details how to conduct yourself fairly but effectively, and gives you the best chance of winning if you are in the right. It should be in the kitbag of every racing sailor.

The Series...
The Sail to Win books cover every aspect of competitive sailing. Written by world-class sailors and coaches, they are designed to take a competent sailor through the 'club racer' barrier to compete successfully in international fleets.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781898660170
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/28/2007
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
7.13(w) x 9.37(h) x 0.31(d)

Meet the Author

Bryan Willis served on the International Yacht Racing Union's Racing Rules Committee for sixteen years, and as vice chairman of the Judges Committee since its inception. He was rules advisor to the Swedish, British, and Australian (Kookaburra) America's Cup syndicates between 1980 and 1987. He has chaired juries at a wide range of fleet and match racing world championships including Twelve Metres, Solings, Lasers, Mistrals, Optimists, and remote-controlled models, and the World championship of Match Race Sailing. He has also served on three Olympic Juries.

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