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Forward into 2005/2008
We pass from one Olympic quadrennial period into the next. The responsibility for managing the Olympic class has passed from IWA to the ISAF.

Whilst the IWA will do its utmost to support Olympic windsurfing, remaining willing and able to assist in the administration of the class, our priority, and focus, for 2005 /2008 lies in the management and development of competitive windsurfing – in all disciplines.

The IWA is forging ahead with new initiatives to meet fresh challenges.

Short and long term objectives will continue to be set, to ensure we deliver the best service to the current membership – the national windsurfing associations and their sailors.

IWA is not an ‘exclusive’ club – we want everybody interested in the sport to join us and play a part in this next 4 year term.

Forward into 2005/2008.

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