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Rio 2016- Silver That Feels Like a Gold - Jo Aleh & Polly Powrie Rio 2016- Silver That Feels Like a Gold - Jo Aleh & Polly Powrie Team Jolly review their four year Olympic campaign leading to the Rio Olympics Team Jolly - Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie, 2012 Womens 470 Gold Medalists and now 2016 Olympic Silver Medalists review their four year Olympic campaign leading to the Rio Olympics Strange to be sitting here, writing this, these last few weeks being the culmination of a huge four years, eight years together as a team and twelve years of Olympic campaigning for Jo. by Team Jolly Posted today at 12:34 pm Volvo Ocean Race - Enright and Towill ready to go again in 2017/18 Volvo Ocean Race - Enright and Towill ready to go again in 2017/18 Team Alvimedica skipper Charlie Enright and his long-time buddy Mark Towill are eager to put their experience to use. Team Alvimedica were the youngest team in the race last edition, and now skipper Charlie Enright and his long-time buddy Mark Towill are eager to put that experience to use. Volvo Ocean race's Jonno Turner caught up with Mark and Charlie to chat about everything from the transition back into 'real life', their reflections on the 2014-15 campaign - and the future. by Volvo Ocean Race/Sail-World.com Posted today at 9:57 am Auckland On the Water Boat Show - Check out the Sea Blade with Lancer Auckland On the Water Boat Show - Check out the Sea Blade with Lancer Sea Blade and Lancer Inflatables will be exhibiting at stand OS26 for the Auckland On Water Boat Show. Sea Blade and Lancer Inflatables will be exhibiting at stand OS26 for the Auckland On Water Boat Show. They look forward to seeing you there and come and say hi to the friendly team. Take the chance to see how both Sea Blade and Lancer Inflatables are lifting the bar on NZ made quality and performance. by Sail-World.com NZL Posted today at 12:12 pm Collinson FX Market Commentary - Aug 28 - The Folly of Jackson Hole Collinson FX Market Commentary - Aug 28 - The Folly of Jackson Hole Commodity currencies were impacted by the rising reserve, with the AUD falling below 0.7600, while the NZD crashed to 0. Record liquidity through Monetary Policy has done nothing to stimulate growth but created massive asset bubbles. Fiscal ineptitude is camouflaged by Monetary expansionism. Whomever believes the rhetoric is naive. Jackson Hole is a gathering of Central Bankers where they publicly talk the market up but quietly confirm the propaganda they must recite to markets to hide the problem. by Collinson FX Posted today at 8:02 am The Green Blue supports call on UK Government to ban microbeads The Green Blue supports call on UK Government to ban microbeads Microbeads can be used in medicine for a range of treatments, but do we really need in face wash and other body scrubs? Microbeads can be used in medicine for a range of treatments, but do we really need them in face wash and other body scrubs? by RYA Posted today at 12:01 am The door’s been flung open – again The door’s been flung open – again Now whether it was the Champagne or something far more ethereal, there is the chance that sailing gets sexier for Tokyo Now whether it was the Champagne or something far more ethereal, there is the chance that sailing may get sexier for Tokyo 2020. Yes, the proverbial door has been cast ajar before, often to much fanfare, and not that much has been achieved. by John Curnow Posted on 28 Aug Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - The Week in Video Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - The Week in Video Catch all the action from Audi Hamilton Island Race Week, Bob Killick and the 18ft Skiff video and commentary team If you missed the action from Audi Hamilton Island Race Week, Bob Killick and the 18ft Skiff video and commentary team were on hand to record the on the water action from the Week by Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 28 Aug Frankly spectacular at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week Frankly spectacular at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week GC32 catamaran Frank Racing has won the Racing Multihulls division of the Australian Yachting Championship “I can’t tell you the buzz you get out of sailing the GC32. I’ve spent years and years on the likes of TP52s and other keel boats eking out a tenth of a knot here and there, and with these things you just jump 10 knots, it’s a quantum leap!” So says Simon Hull, Kiwi skipper of the foiling GC32 catamaran Frank Racing which is presently leading the Racing Multihulls division of the Australian Yac by Crosbie Lorimer Posted on 28 Aug Regatta finishes on a high at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week Regatta finishes on a high at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week A fresh and cool SSE breeze under clear skies powered the record number of yachts in AHIRW’s 14 divisions 2016 Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - A fresh and cool SSE breeze under clear skies powered the record number of yachts in Audi Hamilton Island Race Week’s 14 divisions from the start line in Dent Passage northward yesterday, with most divisions charging off on the 15 nautical mile Molles Islands race. by Crosbie Lorimer Posted on 28 Aug America's Cup - Oracle Team USA's AC50 well underway in Warkworth America's Cup - Oracle Team USA's AC50 well underway in Warkworth Oracle Team USA’s new America’s Cup Class boat is taking shape at the team’s build facility in New Zealand Oracle Team USA’s new America’s Cup Class boat is taking shape at the team’s build facility in New Zealand, Core Builders Composites, Warkworth, 40 minutes north of Auckland. The major components for the 15-meter platform, including the hulls and cross beams, have now been built. by Sail-World.com/NZL Posted on 28 Aug America's Cup - Oracle Team USA play catch up with Softbank Team Japan America's Cup - Oracle Team USA play catch up with Softbank Team Japan Back in April 2017, Softbank Team Japan mastered the foiling tack in their AC45 Surrogate boats Back in April 2017, Softbank Team Japan mastered the foiling tack in their AC45 Surrogate boats, claiming to be the first AC team to have achieved the move. Two days later Oracle Team USA claimed to have done the same. by Sail-World.com/NZL Posted on 28 Aug VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA - Day 1 VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA - Day 1 73 boats have signed on for the 2016 VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA in Weymouth. Seventy-three boats have signed on for the 2016 VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA in Weymouth. With the odd lightning strike off Chesil Beach and a huge storm over Dorchester, the fleet were released to leave the shore once it was deemed safe enough to sail in Portland Harbour, with racing getting underway just 20 minutes after the scheduled 1pm start time. by Mark Jardine Posted on 27 Aug Audi Hamilton Island RW - Beau Geste takes title with a day to spare Audi Hamilton Island RW - Beau Geste takes title with a day to spare The new format Australian Yachting Championship title concluded on the final windy day of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week The new format Australian Yachting Championship title concluded on the final windy day of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week, Saturday August 27, and two winners from the 2015 series returned to glory after five days of racing in the Whitsunday islands playground. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted on 27 Aug Hönö hosts double header for World Match Racing Tour events Hönö hosts double header for World Match Racing Tour events Over two consecutive weekends, the Swedish west coast island of Hönö will host two WMRT events at the World Tour level. The island which is home to the M32 boat building company, Aston Harald Composite, will offer a great sailing arena just outside the harbor of the Cape Crow Yacht Club (the host club). by World Match Racing Tour Posted on 26 Aug Vendée Globe – Yann Eliès and his team relaunch 60-ft IMOCA in Lorient Vendée Globe – Yann Eliès and his team relaunch 60-ft IMOCA in Lorient Yann is now on the final stretch before the event and will be taking part in the three training courses. Yann is now on the final stretch before the event and will be taking part in the three training courses organised at the Finistère Ocean Racing Centre in Port-la-Forêt (Brittany). He will also take part in the Azimut Trophy. Yann Eliès tells us about the work that has been done and what lies ahead in the final part of his preparation. by Groupe Quéguiner-Leucémie Espoir Press Service Posted on 26 Aug Audi Hamilton Island RW - Images and video from the supermaxi racing Audi Hamilton Island RW - Images and video from the supermaxi racing Michael Chittenden and Bob Killick were on the water at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week and provided these images Michael Chittenden and Bob Killick were on the water at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week and provided these images of the supermaxi battle between Wild Oats XI and Scallywag from Races 3, 4 and 5 Scallywag won the third and final race for the day (Race5). She should also have won Race 3 also but had a problem with their furler after leading by about a minute at the top mark. by Michael Chittenden Posted on 26 Aug Vendée Globe – A long trip between France and Iceland for Heerema Vendée Globe – A long trip between France and Iceland for Heerema After completing two solo transatlantic crossings in the spring, Pieter Heerema is currently on his third major trip. After completing two solo transatlantic crossings in the spring, Pieter Heerema is currently on his third major trip. Thanks to this voyage from France to Iceland and back, the Dutch skipper is finding out more about No Way Back, the new generation IMOCA on which he will line up on 6th November by Olivier Bourbon / M&M Posted on 26 Aug Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - Offshore teams lead two divisions Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - Offshore teams lead two divisions The penultimate day played out in 12 – 15 knots SSE wind, gusting up to 19. All Audi Hamilton Island Race Week fleets contested passage races of varying lengths around the islands and this afternoon two of the championship divisions are being controlled by New Zealand sailing teams - Karl Kwok’s Team Beau Geste at the head of Rating division A and Simon Hull’s Frank Racing, which is running away with the first-ever Multihull Racing top prize. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted on 26 Aug Dateline Rio - Sailing Olympics review - as good as it gets? Dateline Rio - Sailing Olympics review - as good as it gets? The Rio Sailing Olympics was widely judged to have been the best of recent times. The Rio Sailing Olympics was widely judged to have been the best of recent times. The weather was better than Weymouth and Qingdao, the courses more varied, but from a working media perspective, it was the people running the Rio regatta who really made the difference. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 26 Aug SoftBank Team Japan achieve first foiling tack SoftBank Team Japan achieve first foiling tack SoftBank Team Japan announced today that they cracked foiling tack earlier this year while training with their AC45 boat SoftBank Team Japan announced today that they cracked the foiling tack earlier this year while training with their AC45 Sport test boat in Bermuda. by America's Cup Posted on 26 Aug
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