A nautical rush to Oman is expected as registration opens for the internationally popular Mussanah Race Week in February next year. The ninth edition of the Oman Sail organised youth regatta will again offer a mix of competitive but friendly racing and world-class coaching based at the Millennium Resort Mussanah, with 250 competitors expected. Mussanah
Final preparations are underway at Mussanah Sports City as the world-class Omani facility prepares to welcome some of the best young international sailors to Mussanah Race Week 2018. The Oman Sail organised regatta has gone from strength to strength since the first event in 2011, attracting a growing number of youthful yacht racers eager to
The race is on to book a place for Oman’s increasingly popular Mussanah Race Week as registration opens for the 2018 event in January. Now going into its eighth edition, the Oman Sail organised regatta has year-on-year since 2011 attracted a growing number of young international sailors to the world-class Mussanah Sports City venue. The
Oman’s best young sailors found themselves under pressure at the 2016 edition of Mussanah Race Week, organised by Oman Sail, but stepped up to the plate to confirm a strong all-round improvement against the best talents in the world. According to observers, performance levels in the Optimist class were markedly higher than
The world’s best young sailors have started to plot their year campaigns with Mussanah Race Week, a week-long regatta that aims to test their skills. After flying in to Oman from around the world, 150 young champions representing 20 countries are busy forging life long bonds before racing gets underway this Wednesday.
Some of the world's best young sailors are set to descend on Al Mussanah Sports City for Mussanah Race Week 2016, which for the first time will feature two new classes the Laser Radial and Laser 4.7. Around 160 athletes, including Optimist World Champion (Girls) Jodie Lai from Singapore and last year's