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In August 2016 the Olympic Games will be organised in Rio de Janeiro. Twenty Nacra17 teams (one per country) may participate. Which countries and teams already have been qualified (dd March 2016):

1) ARG – Santiago Lange & Cecilia Carranza Saroli
2) ARU – Nicole van der Velden & Thijs Visser
3) AUS – Jason Waterhouse & Lisa Darmanin
4) AUT – Thomas Zajac & Tanja Frank
5) BRA – Samuel Albrecht & Isabel Swan
6) CAN – Luke Ramsay & Nikola Girke
7) DEN – Allan Norregaard & Annette Viborg Andreasen
8) ESP – Fernando Echavarri & Tara Pacheco
9) FRA – Billy Besson & Marie Riou
10) GBR – Ben Saxton & Nicola Groves
11)  GER – Paul Kohloff & Carolina Werner
12) GRE  – Sofia Bekatorou & Michail Pateniotis
13) ITA – Vittorio Bissaro & Silvia Sicouri
14) NED – Mandy Mulder & Coen de Koning
15) NZL – Gemma Jones & Jason Saunders
16) SIN – Justin Liu & Denise Lim
17) SUI – Matías Bühler & Nathalie Brugger
18) TUN – Hedi Gharbi & Rihab Hammami
19) URU – Pablo Defazio & Mariana Foglia
20) USA – Bora Gulari & Louisa Chafee

For all information about Rio 2016 : http://www.sailing.org/olympics/rio2016/index.php

Rio de Janeiro
In October 2009, the IOC elected Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as host city for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad during its 121st Session in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Sailing Competition of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games will take place on Marina da Gloria in Guanabara Bay.

Brazil has a proud record in Olympic sailing, in fact sailing is one of the nation’s most successful Olympic sports. Torben Grael is the only sailor to have won five Olympic medals, whilst Robert Scheidt is only one behind with two golds and two silvers. At Beijing 2008 Fernanda Oliveira and Isabel Swan became the first female Brazilian sailors to win an Olympic medal. Brazil also showed its dedication to the future of the sport as it hosted the 2009 Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship with great success.

The venue is located near the city centre in Flamengo Park, with the picturesque backdrops of Sugar Loaf Mountain and Corcovado. An exciting feature is the incorporation of a temporary 10,000 seat stadium on Flamengo Beach, directly in front of the proposed gold medal course.


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