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The future is bright :)

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Created by IPKSA 2 months ago, 30 Jul 2018
IPKSA
177 posts
30 Jul 2018 12:51AM
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Looking Worldwide for National Associations to join FISLY on a new landsailing journey

Great News


www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1067968/international-land-and-sand-yachting-federation-granted-observer-status-by-gaisf


gaisf.sport/international-land-and-sandyachting-federation-joins-gaisf-observer-programme/


lachlan3556
VIC, 1052 posts
1 Aug 2018 9:50AM
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I've been following this on FB. Good to see FISLY have had success!

IPKSA
177 posts
5 Aug 2018 6:19PM
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Thanks Lachlan, any chance of Australia coming back into the fold and joining FISLY on our Olympic journey ?

lachlan3556
VIC, 1052 posts
9 Aug 2018 10:18AM
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I guess we would need a National Association for that.......which was/is a bit of a sticky topic. I have no doubt there are some of us thinking about it, however the numbers don't seem enough to get the idea off the ground. Maybe I'm wrong.

The other minor thing is a distinct lack of competitive FISLY spec yachts (due to a lack of appropriate building materials iirc).

IPKSA
177 posts
3 Sep 2018 7:56AM
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Give it a go. Who knows where we can go if we work together on this..

landyacht
WA, 5778 posts
3 Sep 2018 5:48PM
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AAIIEEEEE, gday matey, currently the whole national association is rather quiet, some of us are kind sitting back ,having a rest, waiting for all the problem makers to pass away or move into retirement villages. those of us who have the passion are still there waiting to train and advise the next jedis

aus230
WA, 1617 posts
30 Sep 2018 10:28AM
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Sandgropers and lake Lefroy clubs (class5 and 5.6) are still active in WA, not much going in the eastern states, Blokarts are still active in those states



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