Links to historical documents & records from the inception of PHRF-LO.

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We have several videos available of our “Spring Training Seminars”

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(A brief synopsis of the future direction of PHRF-LO)

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What is the "Traditional PHRF Racer/Cruiser?

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A quick overview of what PHRF is.

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Used for applying for a PHRF-LO Certificate

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Used for appealing your class handicap.

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Used for supplying sail dimensions to PHRF-LO

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Complete Handicappers Manual for 2017

Includes links for:

Articles
Handicappers Manual
Forms

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Part I - Procedures:

Revised: Jan 2019

Definitions and Philosophy
Member Dues
Application for Handicap, Certificates and Non Member Certificates
Boat Handicaps (ASP) and Standard Class Handicaps (SP)
Race Results

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Part II - Handicapping Guidance:

Revised: April 2018

Definitions
Terms for Measuring Sails
Calculations, Adjustments and tables for sails, rig and propulsion

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Bylaws - Bylaws of the Organization:

Members, Officers, Central Council and Districts
Appeal procedures 

BY-LAWS

ENACTED AT THE AGM  15 DECEMBER 1984

Modified January 19, 2019

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 Other sections including:

Policy Statements
Appendix
ODR List
Fees

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Terms and Guidelines for Measuring Sails

As defined and described in the Equipment Rules of Sailing (ERS)

2017 - 2020

We are often asked....How does the analysis work?

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A complete list of all classes presently up for review by Central Council can be obtained via our Class Query (filtered to Status = A).

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All Race Analysis Reports

Covering the years
2015 to 2019

 

 

 

 

 

  

THE REVIEW PROCESS

In all cases, a significant amount of time and effort is put into the decision process. Many resources are used including:

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Handicap Analysis

PHRF Handicap Analysis on Lake Ontario – A Perspective
By Steve Corona (author of present Race Analysis Program)

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Every year Central Council must review boat classes for various reasons, this generally occurs during the meeting following the Annual General Meeting.

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