In this week, the 4-stop of World Cup Series of Hempel tour which will visit Biscayne Bay and Miami for a very crucial milestone on the way to the Regatta of Olympic in the year 2020 in the Enoshima of Japan. While that Olympic battle is just 18 months away, the fierce competition for the berths of Olympic has ultimately reached an apex.
The teams of Nations are in between of a very pitched battle for the limited berths of the country in all of the 10 classes, and also individual athletes are now sharpening their performance in practice for their Olympic qualification of their respective country. And the rule is that each of the nations can send at most 1 team/class or 1 athlete.
For almost 30 years, Miami and the Bay of Biscayne have been a very important halt on the circuit of Olympic class. And this year is also not very different. Among the total 650 athletes, from total 60 nations, are a lot of world champions and medal holders of Olympic. On Tuesday, 29th January, the starting series for each of the class will start.
This year will mark the thirteenth anniversary of the racing class of Olympic on the Bay of Biscayne. This annual event is the only regatta of the Olympic class of its big size and its huge importance in the continent of North America and also a very enduring fixture which will take place on the world circuit. All of the 10 sailing classes of Olympic will be given representation.
The top ten teams or athletes in each of the class will automatically advance towards the medal race of double points on February 2 or 3. And all these medal races will be live streamed in a Regatta park to a Jumbotron.