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The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta and US Para Sailing Championships

August 24 - 29, 2021

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PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Tuesday, August 24

1500 – 1800    Check-in at The Clagett Regatta Tent, Sail Newport

(Boats and trailers arriving before this date may incur storage and/or hoist fees, which are the responsibility of the competitor. Contact Sail Newport for additional information.)

Competitors are strongly encouraged to participate in the clinic for the benefit of all sailors. Boats are expected to be docked at Alofsin Pier near the regatta tent and ready to take part in the start of the clinic by 0900 on Wednesday, August 25.

All coaches debriefs, food, food service and social gatherings will be conducted according to state and local COVID-19 requirements.

Wednesday, August 25

       1000 – 1200          Welcome remarks followed by clinic

       1200 – 1300          Lunch afloat or ashore

       1300 – 1600          Clinic afloat or ashore (run by coaches)

       1600 – 1700          Coaches debrief (no organized competitor dinner social)

Thursday, August 26

       1000 – 1200          Clinic Day

       1200 – 1300          Lunch afloat or ashore

       1300 – 1600          Clinic afloat or ashore (run by coaches)

       1600 – 1700          Coaches debrief (no organized competitor dinner social)

Friday, August 27

       0830                        Competitors meeting followed by coaches briefing

       1000 – 1600          Racing

       1600 – 1700          Coaches debrief

       1800                        Dinner for competitors, officials and volunteers at regatta tent

Saturday, August 28

       0930                        Coaches briefing

       1100 – 1600          Racing

       1600 – 1700          Coaches debrief

       1800                        Dinner for competitors, officials and volunteers at regatta tent

Sunday, August 29

       0930                        Coaches briefing

       1100 – 1600        Racing – no warning signal after 1500

       After racing         Coaches debrief

       After racing         Awards and cookout at regatta tent

 
Entry includes one launch and one haul out, docking during the event, clinics and coaching, and post-race socials for competitors, as allowed by state and local COVID-19 requirements.

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RELEASE OF LIABILITY

Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See RRS 4, Decision to Race. The Organizing Authority, US Sailing and The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta and its officers, directors and employees, the event volunteers and officials, the event sponsors, and any other member of the regatta will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta. A waiver of liability shall be signed by all competitors and shall be considered one of the documents governing the regatta. 




Competitors acknowledge that The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta and US Sailing, at their sole discretion, may adjust the clinic and regatta dates and location, including canceling the clinic and regatta, or change the hours of the clinic or regatta, including the times when participants or volunteers may be present at the event, in order to protect the safety or welfare of persons, or in response to any governmental order, regulation or request.


Competitors grant, at no cost and in perpetuity, The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta the absolute right and permission to use their name, voice, image, likeness, and biographical material, as well as representations of the boats in any media world-wide (including television, print and internet media), including video footage, for the sole purposes of advertising, promoting, reporting and disseminating information regarding The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta and the competitor’s participation in the event.
 


US SAILING CODE OF CONDUCT

US Sailing Championships      

Code of Conduct United States Sailing Association NATIONAL GOVERNING BODY FOR THE SPORT OF SAILING C:\Users\BetsyAlison\Desktop\Safe Sport\For the BOD for March 20 -2017\Final__ Championships_Code_of_Conduct_forBoardapproval.docx Introduction Each competitor in a US Sailing event hereby pledges that he or she agrees to uphold the spirit of this US Sailing Code of Conduct (Code).   This Code is not intended to establish a set of rules that will, by inclusion or exclusion, prescribe the appropriate behavior for competitors in every aspect of their participation in a Championship or Qualifier. Rather, the Code offers general principles to guide the conduct of competitors in situations that have ethical implications. The competitor commits to familiarization with this Code and understands that acceptance of its provisions is a condition of participation in a US Sailing event. Competitors who do not conform to this Code will be subject to the consequences of their actions, as specified below. The competitor has a right to a hearing if charged with a violation of this Code. Elements of the Code Each competitor in a US Sailing event pledges they agree to abide by the Regulations and Bylaws of US Sailing with regard to alleged incidences of misconduct, and by the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook. The event is defined as running from on‐site registration to departure from the venue at the conclusion of the event. Participation > Will abide by The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook, the US Sailing Regulations and Bylaws, all rules related to the Championship selection procedures as specified by US Sailing, the Championship Conditions, the Notice of Race and the Sailing Instructions for the Championship or Qualifier. > Are eligible to compete under all US Sailing rules. Fair Play and Conduct >Will abide by RRS 2 and 69, and the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook. Drugs & Alcohol > Will abide by the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook. > Will abide by US Sailing Regulation 10.03 for Prohibited Substances as defined below: > For Adult US Sailing championship events, no competitor shall use or possess, either on or off the water: marijuana or any other substance if possession is illegal under state or federal law > For Junior and Youth events or for junior or youth competitors in any US Sailing championship, no competitor shall use or possess, either on or off the water:   1. marijuana or any other substance if possession is illegal under state or federal law; or   2. any alcoholic beverages. Sexual Abuse & Harassment >Will abide by the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook and US Sailing Regulation 13.04 for Sexual Abuse & Harassment. Physical Abuse & Assault >Will abide by the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook and US Sailing Regulation 13.05 for Physical Abuse & Assault. Bullying & Hazing >Will abide by the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook and US Sailing Regulation 13.06 for Bullying & Hazing. Enforcement of the Code > Compliance with this Code depends primarily upon understanding the Code and voluntary compliance, secondarily upon reinforcement by peers, and, when necessary, upon enforcement through disciplinary action as outlined by the RRS, the US Sailing SafeSport Handbook, and the US Sailing Regulations and Bylaws. > If an incident is brought to the attention of the Organizing Authority, Host and/or the Protest Committee for the event alleging that a competitor has violated this Code, the Protest Committee shall protest the competitor and conduct a hearing that meets the requirements of Part 5, Section B of the RRS. The competitor has the right and option to voluntarily withdraw from the event rather than proceeding with a hearing. If the Protest Committee decides that the competitor has violated the Code and is not exonerated, it may   (a) remove some or all of the competitor’s event privileges or benefits,   (b) disqualify the competitor’s boat from the race or races sailed nearest in time to that of the incident, or   (c) disqualify the competitor’s boat from all races in the event and exclude the competitor from the event or venue.    Further action may be determined by the Protest Committee if warranted including considering calling a hearing under RRS 69.2(b) or remanding it to the US Sailing Review Board. Scoring When a competitor withdraws from part of an event pursuant to the Code, the scores of all completed races shall stand for the purposes of determining the seeding of subsequent rounds or stages in the event. However, that competitor’s boat/team will no longer be eligible to compete in the event, shall be removed from the final event scores, and each boat/team with a worse finishing place in the event shall be moved up one place. The same scoring applies if a boat is disqualified from the remaining races in an event.    I have read the above Code and agree to abide by it as a condition of my (or if under 18, my child’s) participation. 


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