OPA fans can watch their favorite teams vie for National and World titles live online in November. Photo courtesy/copyright Tim Sharkey/Sharkey Images.
As it has throughout the season, the Offshore Powerboat Association will stream its National and World Championships live online via its YouTube channel. The event is set for Nov. 19-20 in Englewood Beach, Fla.
Originally planned for last weekend, OPA’s National Championships in Ocean City, Md., were cancelled in advance of Hurricane Matthew. Competition for national titles across OPA classes has been rescheduled for Saturday at the Englewood Beach venue, while the organization’s world finals are set for the following day. Links for the live online broadcasts are below:
According to an OPA press release, Sunday’s races also we be broadcasted on WWSB TV, a Sarasota, Fla.-based ABC television affiliate station.
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