Nominate now if you know a female sailor who you think should be recognised as a worthy winner of the Ladies Day Trophy at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week.
To mark the sixth anniversary of Ladies Day on Thursday, 16 August, Cowes Week Limited is keen to expand the number of nominations received for the Ladies Day Trophy by drawing on the success of the last five years.
Ladies Day was first introduced in 2006 as a platform to celebrate women in sailing. Now, with women comprising at least a third of the 8,500 competitors at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week, organisers are keen to further embrace the day by recognising the outstanding contribution, commitment or achievement of women in sailing, which includes those who have undertaken remarkable challenges and who will be racing during the Week.
Ladies Day has also become firmly established as one of the highlights of the Week with a distinct female tone to the day, helping to make it special.
If you have someone in mind to be nominated for the Ladies Day Trophy, all you need to do is click here and complete the online form, which includes a box to explain, in no more than 250 words, the reasons for the nomination.
Read more about Ladies Day on the Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week website.
Photo: Ladies Day at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week. Credit Rick Tomlinson.
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