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The number of Estonian RS Tera riders is    growing: Sailing towards new horizons in 2024

There will be significant growth in the Estonian RS Tera sailing arena, with an impressive 45 boats in 2024. This expansion reflects the interest and participation in sailing throughout Estonia and demonstrates the contribution of clubs in Tallinn, Hara, Miiduranna, Räpina, Narva-Jõesuu, Maardu, Kuressaare, Lake Võrtsjärve and Võru. The development of RS Tera is spearheaded by the esteemed former Olympic sailor Deniss Karpak. Karpak's experience and dedication enrich the sailing community, he is committed and actively coaches young sailors during training days, camps and regattas.

Estonia's 2024 sailing calendar is full of exciting events. There will be nine local regattas, the Estonian championships and prestigious world championships.
The season starts with the Lake Võrtsjärve regatta, which marks the start of a number of races. It is not only a race that challenges sailors, but also brings the sailing community together to celebrate the sport.
Important events ahead include the Hungerburg regatta, training camps and regattas in Hara, Toila and Räpina. The sailing events will culminate in the RS Tera World Championship in Copenhagen at Koge Bugt.
The season promises to showcase the skills of Estonia's young sailors on both the national and international stage, underlining our shared commitment to nurturing talent and promoting sailing as an inclusive and dynamic sport.

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