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 12 Dec 2013
 

Outteridge and Jensen stay with Artemis and 49'er program

Artemis on the foils, heading to the first mark. - America's Cup  Chuck Lantz ©
As expected Nath & Goobs are staying with the Swedish syndicate, we have all the news.

Goobs was definite when I talked to him on Saturday last about their ability to run a 49er for Rio program as part of the AC 35 package. We will have more from Nathan on foiling and the AC.

Iain Jensen and Nathan Outteridge have joined Artemis Racing for America's Cup 35  Artemis Racing


Interesting outtakes from Gothenburg, where the World Yacht Racing Forum focused on the commercial aspects of the sport, in both offshore or in-port sailing, Olympic classes or the America's Cup has been running in Sweden and there have been some interesting speakers and a very revealing survey... which industry companies need to ponder.

'Sailing as we know it is officially over', commented keynote speaker and North Sails Group President Ken Read. Whether people like it or not, the sport is moving fast, in terms of technology but also promotion, communication tools, territories visited, classes...

'Just look at how much sailing has evolved this year and compare it with soccer', observed Volvo Ocean Race CEO Knut Frostad. 'It ‘s simply amazing, although I think the sport should have evolved even faster. Sailing has been much too slow at adapting some of the new technologies available.'

World Yacht Racing Forum, Gothenburg  © Dino Soldin



Some live surveys conducted amongst the WYRF audience led to interesting conclusions: 80% of the assistance believes that online media is be the best way to reach sailing's audience, when TV seemed to be the only way to go until recently.
According to them, most sponsors (31%) are mainly interested in hospitality programs, compared to visibility on TV (26%) and social media (18%), whilst print is down to 3%...

Team Australia (Sean Langman) - Start of Coastal Classic 2013, Waitemata Harbour, October 25, 2013  © Richard Gladwell



interesting listening to Sean Langman as he expains just what the Noakes Group is up to these days and his Boxing Day plans ... 'I really want to be involved in AC35, in whatever capacity, and have been receiving and reviewing options. In the more immediate future, my son Pete and I are going to join Grant Wharington on his Wild Thing for my 24th run South, in this 69th iteration of the Rolex Sydney Hobart race.'

Grant Wharington was thrilled with Wild Thing's performance - Port Hacking-Bird Island Race  Andrea Francolini



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Quantum Australasia - Winners and prizes in our Summer Savings Event
Quantum Sails Australasia,
Quantum Australasia Summer sales event continues with more prizes to be awarded.For a limited time, Quantum Australasia is offering the best pricing of the year on all cruising, racing and one design sails, partnering with top marine prize partners: Barz Optics, Epirb Hire, Gill, Harken, Musto, Spinlock, Sturrocks, Sydney By Sail, Vacuwash, Zhik... [more]
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America's Cup: Outteridge and Jensen go again with Artemis Racing
Sail-World,
Artemis Racing has announced that 2012 Olympic Gold medalists Nathan Outteridge and Iain 'Goobs' Jensen are continuing with the team, which is currently preparing its bid for the 35th America's Cup. Nathan and Goobs will be once again joining forces with existing sailing team members triple Olympic medalist Iain Percy and legendary grinder Chris Brittle.... [more]
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Molto Forte - Play the tape with OneSails
John Curnow,
You see it on sheet music. Words such as Allegro, Adagio, Energico or Vivace are there to tell you how the composer wishes you to play the very notes before your eyes. They set the tone, mood, flavour and ambience for the entire piece or movement.... [more]
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America's Cup: Team Australia to stay out of talent bidding war
Sail-World,
In an interview published in a leading Australian newspaper, the CEO of of the Hamilton Island Yacht Club challenge, which is operating under the name of Team Australia, has said they will stay out of the bidding war for the leading Australian proponents of the most recent foreign Cup campaigns and will build a new young team from scratch... [more]
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'Sailing as we know it is officially over,' says Ken Read
Bernard Schopfer,
An America's Cup on foiling catamarans, a one-design class for the Volvo Ocean Race and key elements of the traditionally liberal IMOCA Class standardised: those are only some of the radical changes sailing has gone through in 2013, and that have been debated with passion over the last two days by the delegates of the World Yacht Racing Forum in Gothenburg, Sweden.... [more]
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Mini Transat - A journey of discovery
Solene Rennuit,
In the Mini Transat, with the successive arrivals on the pontoons of Pointe-à-Pitre, one thing is clear. Although all competitors have crossed the same ocean, each of them has experienced a unique Mini Transat.... [more]
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Volvo Ocean Race - Images of the construction timeline of the new 65s
Volvo Ocean Race,
The Volvo Ocean Race picture desk has prepared a series of images to illustrate the construction timeline of the new boat to compete in the next two editions of the Race.... [more]
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America's Cup: Team France presented at Nautic Paris Boat Show
Vincent Borde,
On Wednesday, December 11th, at the Nautic Paris Boat Show, Franck Cammas, Michel Desjoyeaux and Olivier de Kersauson presented Team France, which is dedicated to the next America's Cup as well as the training up of young engineers and racers.... [more]
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NB Sailsports acquires Sydney Sailing Academy
NB Media,
NB Sailsports is pleased to announce that it has acquired the business Sydney Sailing Academy (SSA). 'SSA has built an great reputation in a short space of time and we felt that acquiring the business had enormous merit. It is our intention to continue to operate the SAA website and Facebook channels and to build out the product range via the SSA site.... [more]
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Kiteracing Oceanic Championships - Fierce competition on Day 1
Janine Pittaway,
The Kiteracing Oceanic Championships 2013 are currently underway at Leighton Beach, Fremantle. German Florian Gruber showed why he holds the World Champion Course Racing crown today, winning all of his heats on the first day of the competition.... [more]
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Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Teams continue to battle it out
Clipper Ventures,
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race 2013-14 is on day 8 of Race 5. It's set to be one of the closest finishes we've seen so far in the Race, with less than 200 miles left to Sydney, Australia the teams continue to battle it out for those coveted podium positions and those all important points.... [more]
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America's Cup: Dalton to be part of Team NZ's 'positive' future
Greg Pearson, TV3 News,
Grant Dalton says Emirates Team New Zealand's future is looking positive and, importantly, he will be a part of it. Dalton has been busy. He's just returned home from Europe where he met with sponsors and launched a recruitment drive.... [more]
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ISAF Match Race Rankings for 11th December 2013
ISAF,
In the ISAF Match Race Rankings for Wednesday 11 December 2013 Taylor Canfield (ISV) holds top spot in the Open Rankings for the fourth consecutive release whilst Lucy Macgregor (GBR) holds World number one in the Women's Rankings.... [more]
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Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race full of offshore talent
Peter Campbell,
For the Derwent Sailing Squadron's seventh annual National Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race 2013 a quality fleet, full of offshore sailing talent, will line up later this month.... [more]
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Rolex Sydney Hobart - Tassies embody Corinthian spirit of ocean racing
Bruce Montgomery,
The number of Tasmanian entries may be down in this year's Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race (there are four if the NSW-chartered Helsal 3 is included), but they embody both the Corinthian spirit of ocean racing and the original culture of the race.... [more]
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SOLAS Big Boat Challenge; Wild Oats Line Honours Winner - VIDEO
Dale Lorimer,
The SOLAS Big Boat Challenge was contested under a picture perfect Sydney day with heavier than predicted winds. Black Jack led the fleet around the first mark to be overtaken by Perpetual Loyal, but by the time the fleet had rounded Fort Denison for the first time, Wild Oats XI had taken the lead and went on to take out line honours. Dale Lorimer was on the harbour and captured these images.... [more]
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Festival of Sails to umbrella four Australian championships
Lisa Ratcliff,
The broad Festival of Sails fleet has flown past 200 entries and organisers at the Royal Geelong Yacht Club predict another bumper line-up. One design classes and production boats are robust and the Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet is up, buoyant signs for Victoria's oldest sporting trophy.... [more]
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SOLAS Big Boat Challenge - Wild Oats XI and Loyal battle it out
Jim Gale,
SOLAS Big Boat Challenge, hosted by the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia was held on Sydney Harbour. It has been a long time coming - but at last we have seen Bob Oatley's six time Rolex Sydney Hobart line honours winner, Wild Oats XI, go head to head against Perpetual LOYAL, widely tipped as the boat most likely to rain on Bob Oatley's parade in 2013.... [more]
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ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne - Australian Sailing Team Video
Cora Zillich,
Day 7 at ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne was the final day of the event. Nacra 17, RSX Men and Womens, 49er FX and 49er classes sailed their medal races. We caught up with Nina Curtis, Darren Bundock, Lucinda Whitty, Euan McNicol, WDSailing, Joanna Sterling, Olivia Price, Eliza Solly, Haylee Outteridge, Ella Clark and Nathan Outteridge.... [more]
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Big birds, clouds, records, sharks and fast boats from Noakes (Pt.II)
John Curnow,
Iconic names, records and boats going quickly. We saw a lot of that in Part One. Part Two is to be no different, whether we're talking about Team Australia or a new service that is available for customers on Sydney Harbour. Read on and you'll also see that NSW is not the only place where you can get some Noakes service, either...... [more]
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Sailing World Cup Melbourne: Outteridge and Jensen come back flying
ISAF Media,
Five Medal Races wrapped up the action at ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne with two nations dominating proceedings. Australia dominated the multihull and skiff fleets whilst China locked out the opposition to take all six podium places in the RS:X.... [more]
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