com/GBRYouthChallenge The America's Cup trophy was originally awarded in 1851 by the Royal Yacht Squadron regatta around the Isle of Wight.
What does RYS stand for?
RYS stands for Royal Yacht Squadron
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- Military and Government
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We have 16 other meanings of RYS in our Acronym Attic
- Recreational Youth Referee Instructor
- Remembering You Remembering Me
- Racine Youth Sports (Wisconsin)
- Rate Your Students (blog)
- Rate-Your-Solicitor (Irish website)
- Raynham Youth Soccer (Raynham, MA)
- Read Ya/You Soon
- Read Your Screen (shorthand)
- Registered Yoga School (Yoga Alliance)
- Religious Youth Service
- Rural Youth Services (New York)
- Responsible Young Security Agent (Belgium)
- Revelstoke Youth Soccer Association (Canada)
- Richmond Youth Service Agency (est. 1974; British Columbia, Canada)
- Richmond Youth Soccer Association (various locations)
- Rochester Youth Soccer Accociation (New York)
- Rockdale Youth Soccer Association (Georgia)
- Royal Ypres Swimming Club (West-Vlaanderen, Belgium)
- Realizing Your Sublime Energy
- Refugee Youth Summer Enrichment (Boston, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The King's sailing master, Sir Philip Hunloke, on behalf of the Royal Yacht Squadron, invited Harold Nossiter and his sons to use the Squadron Castle at Cowes and to join, as they wished, the racing fleet in the famous Cowes Week regatta.
1851: The Royal Yacht Squadron of Great Britain put up the One Hundred Guinea Cup as the prize for a race around the Isle of Wight between the American yacht America and the British contestant Aurora, which the Americans won.
A total of 1,754 entries entered the 2010 event and crossed the famous Royal Yacht Squadron start line in Cowes last Saturday.