From: Alek Tziortzis <email@example.com>
>I would like to see the following rule:
>If you win an L1, L2, or Solo II national championship in a ladies
>then you must compete in the open class at all future national level
>pros, tours, finale, championships.
IMHO, this is absurd. Either you have a Ladies' class or you don't.
If you want to have a novice class, make one. Don't base it on sex.
Personally, I do not think the idea of a novice class at Nationals makes a
heck of a lot of sense.
The basic thing that rankles some people about the existence of Ladies'
classes is that they do not offer equal opportunities to both sexes. We
junked them in the Twin Cities about thirty years ago.
Obviously, SCCA can do whatever they want with Nationals, and my opinion
does not mean a thing.
Phil Ethier Saint Paul Minnesota USA
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