The National Sailing Centre is on Laucula Bay Road. It was initially called the International Yacht Racing Union before the name was changed to the International Sailing Federation on 5 August 1996 – and later to World Sailing in 2015. The world governing body for the sport of sailing was created in Paris in October 1907. The International Yacht Racing Union evolved from the need for racing sailors to have a uniform set of rules and measurement standards. Before 1870 individual yacht clubs developed their own set of racing rules of which each was the sole arbiter in interpreting and applying them. While the popularity of racing against other clubs grew, so did the confusion and frustration on the racecourse.
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