I love Sailing Competition
If you love sailing then this is the competition for you! Make the very best video that captures how brilliant this sport is in just 2 minutes, share it with your friends and you could be in with a chance to win a fantastic prize package worth £2,000
CHECK OUT I LOVE SAILINGS FIRST WINNING VIDEO OF THE MONTH
I Love Sailing’s very firstwinning video of the month is I love sailing for the thrills by Ned Aufenast.
Ned describes his entry as a compilation of the ‘bits of sailing that make it a loveable sport.’ With fast pace footage and his message ‘why stop sailing because it’s cold?’ it is a fantastic video which will really inspire people to get out on the water.
Click herecheck out Ned’s winning entry for April.
Think you can do better? Well, there is still plenty of time to enter! The competition runs until August 2011. Each month the most popular films will be shortlisted for ‘video of the month’ with the winner receiving a Go Pro HD camera and automatic entry to the grand final where the overall winner will be announced winning the grand prize package worth almost £2,000.
If you want to enter, simply make a video which captures just what it is that you love about the sport in two minutes or less, get your friends to like it on Facebook, and you could be the owner of a MacBook Pro equipped with the latest Final Cut editing software plus £200 of vouchers to spend on an RYA Training Course.
When entering please remember to use copyright free music and when you upload your video to Facebook, please make sure your video is on public view in your privacy settings.
Find out more about I love Sailing and to submit your entry visit: www.ilovesailing.co.uk/win
I Love Sailing is brought to you by the RYA.
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Notes to Editors:
- The RYA is the national body for all forms of recreational, competitive and professional boating. It represents dinghy and yacht racing, motor and sail cruising, RIBs and sportsboats, powerboat racing, windsurfing, inland cruising and personal watercraft.
The RYA is recognised by all government offices as being the negotiating body for the activities it represents. It continually fights for the rights and freedoms of its 102,000 personal members, the majority of whom choose to go afloat for purely recreational non-competitive pleasure on coastal and inland waters. There are an estimated further 500,000 boat owners nationally who are members of RYA affiliated clubs and class associations.
The RYA also sets and maintains a recognised standard for recreational boat training through a network of 2,340 RYA Recognised Training Centres in over 43 countries. On average 155,000 people per year complete RYA training courses.
The RYA is committed to promoting all forms of boating and making them accessible to everyone. For more information please refer to our web site www.rya.org.uk
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