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CFA Sports to Deliver 2017 M32 Series Scandinavia

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Prior to the start of the fifth season, the M32 Series Scandinavia will have Charlotte Bergman and Fredrik Alstierna from CFA Sports leading the operation of the sailing series in 2017.” The popular and super fast M32 catamaran class continues to grow and we are ready to take this spectacular event to the next level”, said Charlotte Bergman.  


“World class sailors in fast boats competing close to the shore is turning this event into something truly unique and spectacular”, continues Charlotte who will lead the M32 Series Scandinavia 2017 together with Fredrik Alstierna and Swedish event specialist CFA Sports. “Anyone who gets to experience this walks away with a big smile on their face. This is F1 on the water. It is a true honour to be part of the team and be given the opportunity to evolve this spectacular event.”

“M32 Series Scandinavian is one of our big initiatives in 2017. Based on a good understanding of sailing as a sport, its target audience and the media potential of the M32 boats, the M32 crews, and the entertainment aspect in this very competitive sport, makes us believe in an economically balanced first season”, commented Fredrik Alstierna, CFA Sports.

M32 Series Scandinavia will take place in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland in 2017. The Series is owned by Aston Harald Sports and CFA Sports will lease the rights for the 2017 season.  

“We look forward to watching the Series mature and grow and from now on will concentrate our focus on the race management side of the event, which we have considerable experience in,” said Robert Magnusson, CEO of Aston Harald Sports. “Handing over the responsibility for the land activity is a natural part of our development as we see this cooperation can create something bigger and hopefully improve the product to all partners and sponsors and guests of the event. We look forward to the summer sailing activities with lots of sun and wind.” 

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