CLINIC 4.-6.6.2019 – REGATTA 8.-9.6.2019

 Confirmed classes: Laser Ranking (std, radial, 4.7) and 29er

Waiting for confirmation: Zoom8, Europe dinghy, Finn dingly, Windsurfing

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Schedule

CLINIC 4.-6.6.2019 – REGATTA 8.-9.6.2019

Logistics to the island / club

2018 information

Ferry to the island every day 8am – 23pm Timetable


 

The logistic ferry will transport dinghies and equipment driving between Cafe Carusell (Merisatamanranta 10, 00150 Helsinki) and Liuskasaari by the following schedule:

Sunday 3th June 5-7 pm, Christer Lindström (040 750 18 06)

Monday 4th June 8-10 am, HSS ferry driver (050 576 05 65)

Thursday 7th June 12-20, HSS ferry driver (050 576 05 65) ONLY WHEN NEEDED! CALL 15min BEFORE!

Friday 8th June 12-20, HSS ferry driver (050 576 05 65) ONLY WHEN NEEDED! CALL 15min BEFORE!

Sunday 10th 3-8 pm – HSS ferry driver (050 576 05 65)

 

CLINIC

Schedule and program 2018

HSS DOWNTOWN SAILING WEEK 2018 – CLINIC 4.-7.6.2018

! Clinic entry closes on thursday 31.5 at 16.00 o’clock !

If you still want to sign up for the clinic, please, contact Rosa Lindqvist / HSS Manager Coaching and Sail Training: +358 50 324 66 57

 

Coaches and main focus areas:

Class / Day Mon 4.6 Tue 5.6 Wed 6.6 Thu 7.6
Optimist Cadett coaches: Vili

main focus: Jollan trimmit ja kryssikulma

coaches: Pinja

main focus: Start technique/starts, rules and situations that might occur during starts

coaches: Hacke and Matias coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Optimist Ranking coaches: Pinja

main focus: Start technique/starts, decision making

coaches: Vili (½ day) and Matias (1/2 day)

main focus: Mark roundings and boat speed, (+ starts duh)

coaches: Leo

main focus:

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Open Bic coaches: Ia

main focus: Upwinds/downwinds + tack/jibes

coaches: Ia

main focus: starts and mark roundings

coaches: Ia

main focus: mental strength and goals + races

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Techno 293 coaches: Tonis and Aamos

main focus: Depending on water and level on sailors – equipment, rigging, moving to the water, safety (self-rescue), safe position, standing/turning, move upwind/downwind, maneuvers

coaches: Tonis and Aamos

main focus: Starts (upwind and slalom), short course, tactics

coaches: Tonis and Aamos

main focus: Short races

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Zoom8 coaches: Elli and Hacke

main focus: starting + maneuvers

coaches: Elli and Hacke

main focus: trimming and speed

coaches: Pinja and Vili

main focus: long course + focus on tactics

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Laser 4.7 coaches: Tom

main focus:Start technique/starts, short course, maneuvers

coaches: Tom

main focus:Boat vs. Wind tactics, Boat vs. Boat tactics

coaches: Tom

main focus: Big and complete races

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

Laser Radial coaches: Matias

main focus: Start technique/starts, short course, maneuvers

coaches: Matias (1/2 day), Tom

main focus: Boat vs. Wind tactics, Boat vs. Boat tactics

coaches: Tom

main focus: Big and complete races

coaches: Pinja, Matias, Ia, Ronja, Sara, Martin, Markus, Emma and Belinda

main focus: Juniors can try Techno293, Elliot 6m or 29er/FX/49er. Have fun!

 

Daily Schedule:

Time / Day MON TUE WED THU
10-10.30 Welcome to DTSW 2018
10.30-11 Sailors briefing in groups by class and level Sailors briefing in groups by class and level Sailors briefing in groups by class and level

Open Bic: Theory session 10.30-11.30

11-12.30 Sailing Sailing Sailing

Open Bic: 12:00 Lunch at the harbour

Info for all participants,

Ronja and Sara telling of -9er sailing

about 12.30 Snack lunch on water Snack lunch on water Snack lunch on water

Open Bic: 12:40 1st water session

Lunch and changing clothes
14.30-15 Lunch Lunch Lunch

Open Bic: sailing till 15.00

Sailing with new boats/boards
15-16 Briefing Briefing Briefing
16-18 Junior Bryggfest starts (Party and barbeque for juniors and their parents)

 

Coaches 2018

Vili Kaijansinkko

Age: 28

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.”

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Thomas Hacklin

 

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.

Age: 39

Lives: Naantali

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”.

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Ronja Grönblom (optimist kadett class)

Age:18
49erFX sailor

”Super excited to be a part of DTSW. Lately I’ve been very busy with my own sailing in the FX-class, which has made it hard for me to find time for coaching. I’m looking forward to a great clinic and working with all of you at my home club.”

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Sara Ehrnrooth (optimist kadett class)

Age 17

”I’m a youth national team 49er FX sailor, and a member of HSS, which is the club I represent when competing. My coaching experience goes back to 2015, when I started helping out teaching the youngest sailors at HSS the basics of sailing. At the moment I sail full time, with high ambitions, leaving little time for coaching. But I do enjoy stepping in whenever it is possible.

My goal for the DTSW is to share my experience of competitive sailing, both in terms of knowledge, as well as simply enjoying the sport and having fun.”

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Pinja Harjunpää (optimist ranking class)

Age: 24

Sailing career: Opti, zoom8, europe, windsurfing

”I’m currently finishing my master’s studies in sport sciences at the University of Jyväskylä. During my studies I’ve also studied Sports coaching behavioural sciences and sport psychology as a minor at l’université de Montpellier.

Camp expectations: Come prepared. If you know what you want to improve in, you’ll have an easier time working towards your goals.
Greetings: Ambitious goals make for outstanding achievements.”

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Ia Harjunpää (Open Bic class)

”Hi my name is Ia Harjunpää, Im 19 years old. 


I’ve sailed optimist, zoom8, europe and now im windsurfing with a RS:X board. My goal in this camp is to help the sailors to improve as much as possible, while having fun.”

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Tonis Kask (Techno293 class)

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Leonardo Santos (Zoom class)

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Elli Vainio-Mattila (Zoom class)

 

Age: 20

”I have been working at HSS for four years now mainly with the younger opti sailors.

In the past I’ve sailed mainly zoom8 and at the moment I’m really into windsurfing.

I’m happy to be given the chance to participate in the clinic for a couple of days and I’m looking forward to seeing all the amazing sailors who will be joining us at HSS.”

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Matias Mikkola (Laser class)

Age: 23

”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!”

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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

Prices and entry 2018

The price for the clinic is 150€/sailor. Price includes warm meal every day. There will be about 10 sailors per one coach.

Should your team like to bring along your club coach, kindly contact HSS Manager Coaching and Sail Training / Rosa Lindqvist at sailingschool@helsinkisailing.com.

Sign up and pay here!

REGATTA

Race Committee

Head of event organization 2019: Tomi Latvala, +358 40 7202575, tomi.latvala@storaenso.com

REGISTRATION 2018

Sailors

Entries must be received no later than June 1, 2018 to qualify for the early entry fee. Late entries must be received by June 6, 2018 and will be charged the late entry fee. The entry fee is non-refundable.

FEES
Required fees for Optimist Ranking, Zoom8, Laser, O’Pen Bic and 29er classes are as follows:
Early entry fee until June 1, 2018 90 €
Late entry fee until June 6, 2018 110 €

Required fee for Optimist Kadett class is as follows:
Early entry fee until June 1, 2018 60 €
Late entry fee until June 6, 2018 90 €

Please, registrate and pay entry fee, buy lunch and/or t-shirt via Holvi webstore.

Entries / Ilmoittautuneet:

 

Tapahtumajärjestäjät

Ilmoittaudu mukaan järjestämään Suomen suurinta junioripurjehdus tapahtumaa. Ilmoittaudu mukaan vapaaehtoisiin täyttämällä lomake (linkki).

 

VENUE

Helsinki

 

Helsinki is the capital and largest city of Finland. Helsinki is the seat of the region of Uusimaa in southern Finland, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. Helsinki has a population of 642,045, an urban population of 1,231,595  and a metropolitan population of over 1,4 million, making it the most populous municipality and urban area in Finland. Helsinki is located 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of Tallinn, Estonia, 400 km (250 mi) east of Stockholm, Sweden, and 390 km (240 mi) west of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Helsinki has close historical connections with these three cities.

The Helsinki metropolitan area includes the urban core of Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Kauniainen, and surrounding commuter towns. It is the world’s northernmost metro area of over one million people, and the city is the northernmost capital of an EU member state. Helsinki is the third largest city in the Nordic countries, after Stockholm and Oslo. Helsinki is Finland’s major political, educational, financial, cultural, and research center. The neighboring city of Vantaa is the location of Helsinki Airport, with frequent service to various destinations in Europe and Asia.

Helsinki was the World Design Capital for 2012, the venue for the 1952 Summer Olympics, and the host of the 52nd Eurovision Song Contest.

Helsinki has some of the highest standards of living of a city in the world. In 2011, Monocle ranked Helsinki the world’s most liveable city in its Liveable Cities Index. In the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2016 Liveability Survey, Helsinki scored ninth place among 140 cities.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helsinki

Read more about Helsinki here

CONTACT

Head of DTSW organization Tomi Latvala, +358 40 7202575, tomi.latvala@storaenso.com