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Lots of sun and wind on tap for Alamitos Bay YC Memorial Day Regatta Lots of sun and wind on tap for Alamitos Bay YC Memorial Day Regatta Berkeley Green, the local dealer, sailed a five and was happy with his choice when the breeze piped up. Berkeley Green, the local dealer, sailed a five and was happy with his choice when the breeze piped up. by Marc Jacobi Posted today at 11:47 am America's Cup - Contentious Calls on final day of Round Robin 1 America's Cup - Contentious Calls on final day of Round Robin 1 Day 3 of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers was a day of drama with Artemis Racing seeing victory in the second Day 3 of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers was a day of drama with Artemis Racing seeing victory in the second race of the day, against Emirates Team New Zealand disappear with an Umpire call and in which the five challenging teams; Land Rover BAR, Artemis Racing, SoftBank Team Japan, Groupama Team France and Emirates Team New Zealand, had their chance to enhance their positions on the le by America's Cup.com Posted on 29 May Myth of Malham Race – Epic win for INO XXX Myth of Malham Race – Epic win for INO XXX Powerful thunderstorms, driving rain and wind speeds ranging from 30 knots to complete shutdowns provided epic condition James Neville's FAST40+ Ino XXX won the gruelling marathon, correcting out under IRC to take the overall win in the 140 boat fleet. Artur Skrzyszowski's Polish Reichel Pugh 48 Selma Racing was second and Windward Sailing's CM 60 Venomous, skippered by Derek Saunders was third. by Louay Habib Posted today at 3:25 pm Riva Cup and International 14’ European Championships overall Riva Cup and International 14’ European Championships overall An extraordinary edition of the Riva Cup reserved to the classes 505, Korsar, Dyas has just concluded in Riva del Garda Beautiful sunny days with 20-knot wind made the 2017 Riva Cup unforgettable, which was already remarkable thanks to the participation of 115 boats from the classes 505, Korsar, Dyas and International 14’. by Fraglia Vela Riva Posted today at 2:46 pm IKA KiteFoil GoldCup and KTA TTR Open in Korea IKA KiteFoil GoldCup and KTA TTR Open in Korea While Nocher’s forte is undoubtedly in light wind, the champion needed every bit of his skill to clinch the Korea stop To watch reigning International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) GoldCup champion, Monaco’s Maxime Nocher and team-mate Theo Lhostis from France, limbering up just metres off Boryeong’s talcum powder Daecheon Beach was a thing of wonder. by Ian MacKinnon Posted today at 2:30 pm 14 nationalities to be represented at the Mini Transat 14 nationalities to be represented at the Mini Transat For the fortieth anniversary, there are no fewer than fourteen nationalities set to be represented at the start. Is it down to its profoundly accessible character or the lingering legacy of its British descent? The fact remains that the Mini Transat, far from being a French preserve, has always attracted overseas applicants, far beyond the usual frontiers of solo offshore racing. by Mini Transat Posted today at 2:22 pm J/70 Open European Championship – Preview J/70 Open European Championship – Preview Since the J70 was introduced in 2012, over 1300 J70s have now been launched, making it the fastest growing sailing class Principle Race Officer, Stuart Childerley, is scheduling 11 races, and in early June, medium gradient breeze of about 12 knots is likely, and possibly enhanced by sea breeze later in the day, to provide high octane surfing conditions. by Louay Habib Posted today at 2:06 pm OK Dinghy World Championship– Craig extends again on Day 3 in Barbados OK Dinghy World Championship– Craig extends again on Day 3 in Barbados Nick Craig built an eight lead after another solid day while Jim Hunt moves up to second and Paul Rhodes climbs to third Leading round the top mark in race five was Poland’s Tomasz Gaj, from Craig and Australia’s Roger Blasse. Defending world champion, Hunt, took the lead on the reaches and maintained it to the finish to win his first race of the week. Starting under the black flag one of the casualties was second overall Luke O’Connell from New Zealand. by Robert Deaves Posted today at 1:43 pm Delapierre takes it to the wire at Croatia Match Cup Delapierre takes it to the wire at Croatia Match Cup With incredible boat handling throughout the regatta this team have taken the M32 in their stride with impressive form. Topping the qualifying session, Delapierre chose to sail locals Croatia Match Race Team. This decision looked like a bad move as the Croatians dominated the prestart and led off the line and took the win to a roar of applause from Croatians watching from the race village. by WMRT Posted today at 1:30 pm America's Cup - Qualifiers Race Day 3 action-shots by Ricardo Pinto America's Cup - Qualifiers Race Day 3 action-shots by Ricardo Pinto Ricardo Pinto was in air at 2017 America's Cup and provided this gallery of images from Qualifiers Race Day 3. Photographer Ricardo Pinto was in air at 2017 America's Cup and provided this gallery of images from Qualifiers Race Day 3. by America's Cup Posted today at 6:30 am America's Cup - QRR 1 images by Studio Borlenghi-Gattini America's Cup - QRR 1 images by Studio Borlenghi-Gattini Studio Borlenghi-Gattini provided this gallery of images from Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers Round Robin 1. Studio Borlenghi-Gattini provided this gallery of images from Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers Round Robin 1. by Studio Borlenghi Posted today at 5:45 am America's Cup - Day 3 - Paul Cayard reports from Bermuda America's Cup - Day 3 - Paul Cayard reports from Bermuda Final three races of Round Robin 1 held today on Great Sound. The conditions were a bit windier than the first two days The final three races of Round Robin 1 were held today on Great Sound. The conditions were a bit windier than the first two days and the surprises kept coming. by Paul Cayard Posted today at 5:28 am America's Cup - Day 3 - Nic Douglass reports from Bermuda America's Cup - Day 3 - Nic Douglass reports from Bermuda Artemis Racing penalty in R14 vs Emirates Team New Zealand given in error but result stands... Artemis Racing penalty in R14 vs Emirates Team New Zealand given in error but result stands... Today with Nathan Outteridge of Artemis Racing on the epic race between Sweden and Emirates Team New Zealand plus talking right through the penalty. by Nic Douglass Posted today at 3:43 am America's Cup - Iain Murray on today - 29 May 2017 America's Cup - Iain Murray on today - 29 May 2017 Iain Murray, Regatta Director provides a review on what we can expect as the teams move into their higher wind range Iain Murray, Regatta Director provides a review on what we can expect as the teams move into their higher wind range today, and on what speeds we can expect the boats to reach. by Nic Douglass Posted today at 3:35 am America's Cup - Umpire error makes Cup history on Day 3 America's Cup - Umpire error makes Cup history on Day 3 Today was a signal moment in America's Cup history. Today was a signal moment in America's Cup history. For the first time in 166 years, an official voluntarily admitted making a mistake! Chief Umpire Richard Slater made the historic admission a couple of hours after racing had concluded by Richard Gladwell Posted today at 2:23 am America's Cup - Images from a controversial Day 3 in Bermuda America's Cup - Images from a controversial Day 3 in Bermuda Three races were sailed in the third day of Round Robin racing in Bermuda. Three races were sailed in the third day of Round Robin racing in Bermuda. There were many surprises and the day ended in a major controversy. Here's Sail-World's on the water view of the day's action. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 29 May America's Cup - Umpires admit error in controversial win for Kiwis America's Cup - Umpires admit error in controversial win for Kiwis The Chief Umpire for the America's Cup says that on review a wrong call was made to penalise the Swedish Challenger The Chief Umpire for the America's Cup says that on review a wrong call was made to penalise the Swedish Challenger America’s Cup Race Management (ACRM), the independent organization that oversees the sporting and competitive rules of the America’s Cup, has announced its perspective on the contentious penalty given to Artemis Racing in race 14 of the first Round Robin stage of the Louis Vuitton A by America's Cup Race Management/Sail-World.com Posted on 29 May America's Cup - Dramatic race decided by penalties America's Cup - Dramatic race decided by penalties Emirates Team New Zealand lined up against Sweden’s Artemis Racing in a most dramatic race on Day 3 of the Qualifiers Emirates Team New Zealand lined up against Sweden’s Artemis Racing in the most dramatic race of the first Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers. The race was always going to be a close one, pitting old 49er adversaries Peter Burling and Blair Tuke up against Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen. by Hamish Hooper Posted on 29 May Olympic sailing returns to Santander for World Cup Series finale Olympic sailing returns to Santander for World Cup Series finale Rio gold medallists Giles Scott and Peter Burling will be in Bermuda for the America's Cup so will miss out on Santander Across two weeks of competition in 2014, 400,000 spectators were treated to an elite competition and cultural festivities. Fast forward to 2017 and anticipation is rising once again as the city combines sport and entertainment for the World Cup Final. by Daniel Smith - World Sailing Posted on 29 May AkzoNobel named as official supplier to the Volvo Ocean Race Boatyard AkzoNobel named as official supplier to the Volvo Ocean Race Boatyard The competing boats– including team AkzoNobel’s brand new Volvo Ocean 65– have already been coated with Awlgrip products AkzoNobel will be the official coatings supplier to the Volvo Ocean Race Boatyard in 2017-18, after signing a deal to ensure that the fleet of Volvo Ocean 65 racing yachts will be coated with the company’s International and Awlgrip range of products by Volvo Ocean Race Posted on 29 May
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