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The International Sailing Federation

ISAF Sharpens Its Image with Relaunched Web Site

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OpenText Web Site Management Provides a Valuable Showcase for Sailing Worldwide

We had to restructure the site, not only to update its technology, but to make sure we had a fresh, modern look that reflected sailing today and enhanced our image. I think we have managed to achieve that.

Claire Frost, Head of Media and Marketing at ISAF


Integrating information electronically was becoming a major challenge and a new platform was required to give ISAF the right tool for the future.



ISAF now has the ability to store a massive amount of data more easily. The restructured site, with up-to-date technology, now has a fresh, modern look that enhances the ISAF image.

About The International Sailing Federation

The International Sailing Federation is the governing authority for sailing worldwide and is officially recognised by the International Olympic Committee. The Federation began in 1907 as the International Yacht Racing Union, which was formed to ensure sailors participating in races had consistent rules and boat measurements. Its name was changed to ISAF in 1996, and today its broad remit covers the promotion and development of sailing, as well as managing the sport at the Olympic Games. It also oversees all the rules and regulations covering competitive sailing; it trains judges; and it administers sailors’ world rankings.