CLINIC 4.-7.6.2018 – REGATTA 8.-10.6.2018
Opti Ranking, Opti Kadett, Zoom8, O’Pen Bic, Laser Ranking (std, radial, 4.7), 29er
DOWNTOWN SAILING WEEK 2018 – The largest annual Baltic Sea junior sailing event
Helsingfors Segelsällskap (HSS) organizes for the 10th time Downtown Sailing week which brings together almost 200 dinghies in Liuskasaari, Helsinki. The largest annual Baltic Sea junior sailing event consists of a training clinic and a three-day regatta from Friday to Sunday in early June.
HSS Downtown Sailing Week 2018 participants are coached by established junior coaches in different classes. Suomen Purjehdus ja Veneilu (SPV) and different junior class associations in Finland join forces in providing top training in a magnificent setting right in the center of Helsinki.
During the latter part of the week young sailors compete in a three-day regatta. The participants are the top competitors in each dinghy class amongst whom are also the future Finland Olympic athletes.
LATEST UPDATES / NEWS
- Ronja Grönblom and Sara Ehrnrooth will join coaching team
- Optimist Cadet Race will be sailed on 9.-10.6.2018
- Tervetuloa järjestämään tapahtumaa! Vapaaehtoisia rekrytoidaan mukaan, ilmoittaudu kohdasta ”registration”
- Classes for DTSW Regatta confirmed: Opti Ranking, Opti kadett, Zoom8, O’Pen Bic, Laser Ranking (std, Radial, 4.7), 29er
- Vili Kaijansinkko and Thomas Hacklin will join the coaching team of the clinic
REGISTRATION / RESULTS
I have been a professional sailing coach since 2012.
Nowadays I’m head coach of Academy team of Finnish Sailing and Boating Federation.
”I’m looking forward to seeing happy and excited young athletes in the camp. I want to create a good atmosphere in the camp and help young sailors to understand what opportunities sports can give and what it requires if they want be in top level.”
Thomas Hacklin, Coaching Manager, Finnish Sailing and Boating Federation
International campaign in Laser Std, X-35 and Melges 24. Finnish champion in Laser, Finn, Melges24, Folkboat and ORCi.
Family: Wife and 1,5 year boy
”Looking forward to participate in the biggest youth clinic in Finland. Nice to get a glimpse of the youth sailors in the different classes and get a touch of the prospects. In addition, it is important to maintain good relations to clubs and club coaches. Besides the on-water-training we aim to run a development clinic for the coaches as well”.
Ronja Grönblom (optimist kadett class)
Sara Ehrnrooth (optimist kadett class)
Pinja Harjunpää (optimist ranking class)
Jyväskylän Yliopisto 2013 – arvioitu valmistuminen kesäkuussa 2018
Liikuntapedagogiikan maisteri tutkinto, Pääaine: Liikuntapedagogiikka, Sivuaineet: Urheiluvalmennuksen käyttäytymistieteet, liikuntapsykologia, terveystieteet
Purjehduksen tason 2 valmentajakoulutus, 2015
Ia Harjunpää (Open Bic class)
Tonis Kask (Techno293 class)
Leonardo Santos (Zoom class)
Elli Vainio-Mattila (Zoom class)
Matias Mikkola (Laser class)
”I have sailed in many classes during my career, but i would say that the main path started from optimist dinghy and continued to Laser (4.7 -> Radial -> Standard) and from there to 470.
My personal goal for this camp is to make you feel more comfortable in challenging your skills to the limit, and then help you to take the step to the next level.
I’m really looking forward to work with you guys and I hope that you are eager to develop yourselves as sailors! See you in June!”
Tom Lönnqvist (Laser class)
Coached since 2009
49er FX Rio Olympics 2016
Tuula Tenkanen, Laser Radial, 2013-2014
Heidi Tenkanen, Laser Radial, 2010-2013
Finnish National Youth Team, 2010-2012
NOTICE OF RACE / SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
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