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Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Day 35 – Winds frustrate Nasdaq Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Day 35 – Winds frustrate Nasdaq The fans and supporters in Punta del Este are now just waiting on one final arrival, with Nasdaq in the final stages According the Clipper Race Meteorologist Simon Rowell, the small high- pressure cell in Nasdaq’s location is going offshore, meaning the winds should gradually build as the team approaches the Finish Line. by The Clipper Race Posted today at 3:12 pm RS:X World Championships – Thrilling final day RS:X World Championships – Thrilling final day In both the Women’s and Men’s race, there was a little clarity at the start of the day as to whom would take medals away 2017 has seen a year of experimentation with regards to final day format of racing – with the RS:X Class trying out a wide range of different formats over its events this year. by Bas Edmonds / RS:X Class Posted today at 6:05 pm The IWT ready for the Matanzas Wave Classic The IWT ready for the Matanzas Wave Classic Riders came out yesterday morning to the Hotel Surazo on beautiful Matanzas Beach to check in, pick up Dakine lycras Riders including Alex Vargas, Matias Vargas, Alessio Botteri, Maxime Fevrier chipped in during registration to build an impressive judges tower directly in front of Hotel Surazo in anticipation of starting the first heat at noon today. Peruvian rider, Bettina Gonzalez joined team IWT, helping Sam Bittner and Dawn Pooley registering the riders from all over the world. by IWT Posted today at 4:26 pm HYS One Ton Cup – Premier Composite Technologies race day HYS One Ton Cup – Premier Composite Technologies race day Dutch Carkeek Mk3 Hitchhiker won race six, just two seconds ahead of Stewart Whitehead's British Carkeek Mk3 Rebellion. Bright sunshine and a shifting southerly breeze produced a highly strategic finale, before Peter Morton's CF40+ Girls on Film, retained the HYS One Ton Cup, the first team to do so since 1993. by Louay Habib Posted today at 3:53 pm Champions crowned at first Twin-Tip Slalom Racing Worlds Champions crowned at first Twin-Tip Slalom Racing Worlds In clinching victory on the final day of competition in Pingtan, Gruber made it back-to-back TT:R world titles In the hotly-contested women’s division, 17-year-old local favourite, Jingle Chen (CHN), secured the World Championship title after a series of races that saw the overall lead change hands constantly as the breeze freshened to a punchy 17kts. by Ian MacKinnon Posted today at 2:50 pm Unbeatable Mazella scoops back-to-back IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Victories Unbeatable Mazella scoops back-to-back IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Victories The win built on his equally emphatic—if not quite so dominant—performance a week earlier when he clinched victory Yet even the modest Mazella seemed slightly taken aback, though nonetheless delighted, by his incredible record. He was quick to acknowledge that some of the world’s best riders, like compatriot Nico Parlier and Britain’s Olly Bridge, were missing, an absence he hopes will be filled in Sardinia. by Ian MacKinnon Posted today at 2:28 pm America's Cup - Slingsby optimistic about Australian Challenger America's Cup - Slingsby optimistic about Australian Challenger Oracle Team USA's tactician Tom Slingsby is keen on a Australian team rising to the challenge in Auckland Oracle Team USA's tactician Tom Slingsby is keen on a Australian team rising to the challenge of competing at the next America's Cup in Auckland. 'If there's an Australian team, I'd love to be part of it, I've always said that,' Slingsby said by Reece Labuschagne - RadioLive, New Zealand Posted today at 11:38 am America's Cup - Switch to monohulls is a step back – Jimmy Spithill America's Cup - Switch to monohulls is a step back – Jimmy Spithill An America's Cup shift back to monohulls could be a step in the wrong direction says Oracel Team USA's Jimmy Spithill An America's Cup shift back to monohulls could be a step in the wrong direction, at least that's what two-time winning skipper Jimmy Spithill thinks. The 38-year-old, currently promoting his book Chasing the Cup: My America's Cup Journey in New Zealand, famously broke Kiwi hearts by leading Oracle Team USA to a comeback victory over Emirates Team NZ in 2013 off San Francisco. by Newshub, New Zealand Posted today at 11:11 am Narrow margins define leaderboard at Day 1 of M32 North America Champs Narrow margins define leaderboard at Day 1 of M32 North America Champs First day of racing in Chicago at M32 North America Champs saw multiple storylines unfold as battle lines were drawn The first day of racing in Chicago at the M32 North America Championship saw multiple storylines unfold as battle lines were drawn throughout the leaderboard with four sets of teams separated by only two points. by Aston Harald Posted today at 7:28 am Azzurra are 2017 52 Super Series Champions Azzurra are 2017 52 Super Series Champions Azzurra which represents the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda are the new 52 Super Series champions. Winning the final regatta of the year to become the only crew to win two events in 2017, the Roemmers family’s Azzurra which represents the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda are the new 52 Super Series champions. by 52 Super Series Posted today at 2:49 am Azzurra wins both the 52 Super Series and the Menorca event Azzurra wins both the 52 Super Series and the Menorca event Azzurra, boat that flies the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda’s burgee, edged out Platoon and Quantum in the toughest circuit Azzurra, the boat that flies the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda’s burgee, edged out Platoon and Quantum in the toughest circuit in professional sailing. Her triumph is dedicated to Jimmy Kerkoc. Azzurra also won the Menorca 52 Super Series. She was tied for points with Gladiator who placed second. by Azzurra Posted today at 1:54 am Best ever World Championship finish for British windsurfer Martin Best ever World Championship finish for British windsurfer Martin British Sailing Team’s Kieran Holmes Martin returned to action in style following a five-month break from competition British Sailing Team’s Kieran Holmes Martin returned to action in style following a five-month break from competition as he took fifth place at the RS:X World Championships (18-23 September) in Enoshima, Japan, his best ever finish at a senior Worlds. by Anisha Walkerley Posted on 23 Sep RS:X Worlds - Day 5 - Consistent application of the basics RS:X Worlds - Day 5 - Consistent application of the basics Start well, pick the shifts up the first beat, work hard and extend. A simplistic view of sailboard racing Start well, pick the shifts up the first beat, work hard and extend. A simplistic view of sailboard racing but the reality is that if you do the basics right then you are in with a shot of doing well and potentially winning. Jim Rohn, an American entrepreneur said, “Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals”. by Bas Edmonds Posted on 23 Sep The Clipper Race - Race 1 - Day 34 - Greenings push for victory The Clipper Race - Race 1 - Day 34 - Greenings push for victory Only Greenings and Nasdaq remains at sea following arrival of Visit Seattle late on Friday night, Punta del Este time. Only Greenings and Nasdaq remains at sea following the arrival of Visit Seattle late on Friday night, Punta del Este time. by The Clipper Race Posted on 23 Sep Star-studded lineup arrives in Chicago for M32 North American Champs Star-studded lineup arrives in Chicago for M32 North American Champs The iconic skyline of Chicago will set the stage for the 2017 M32 North American Championship The iconic skyline of Chicago will set the stage for the 2017 M32 North American Championship as 11 teams descend upon the Lake Michigan lakefront to battle it out this Saturday and Sunday. by Laura Muma Posted on 23 Sep North Sails Gulf Coast to sponsor debriefings during 5O5 Worlds North Sails Gulf Coast to sponsor debriefings during 5O5 Worlds Grant “Fuzz” Spanhake is one of the most respected coaches in the world of sailboat racing. Grant “Fuzz” Spanhake is one of the most respected coaches in the world of sailboat racing. The Annapolis-based professional has worked with the highest level professionals competing on the TP52 circuit and with the Olympic teams of several countries. Now participants in the 2017 SAP 5O5World Championship will benefit from Spanhake’s expertise. by Bill Wagner Posted on 23 Sep 2017 SAP 5O5 World Championship - Preview 2017 SAP 5O5 World Championship - Preview Severn Sailing Association was a flurry of activity on Wednesday evening as competitors prepared for 2017 SAP 5O5 Worlds Severn Sailing Association was a flurry of activity on Wednesday evening as competitors prepared for the 2017 SAP 5O5 World Championship. Skippers and crews were busy performing last-minute adjustments to their boats, tuning the rig and working on other gear. by Bill Wagner Posted on 23 Sep 52 Super Series - The day of reckoning 52 Super Series - The day of reckoning Azzurra carry a seven point lead into the final day of the 2017 52 Super Series Season. After a thrilling two race day at the Menorca 52 Super Series Sailing Week when none of the top three title challengers could maintain a decisive high level of consistency, Azzurra carry a seven point lead into the final day of the 2017 52 Super Series Season. by 52 Super Series Posted on 23 Sep Azzurra consolidates her leadership in the 52 Super Series Azzurra consolidates her leadership in the 52 Super Series Azzurra has lengthened her lead to seven points with just one day of racing left in the Menorca 52 Super Series Azzurra has lengthened her lead to seven points with just one day of racing left in the Menorca 52 Super Series, the final of six events in 52 Super Series 2017 that began in January in Key West, Florida. Tomorrow, September 23rd will be decisive for the season’s outcome. by Azzurra Posted on 23 Sep Take control of your race Take control of your race The goal on any leg of the course is to develop a game plan for how you can get to the next mark as quickly as possible It’s a common refrain in the parking lot after almost every race: A sailor wanted to go to the favored side of the course but couldn’t get there because another boat was ‘in the way.’ As a result, he or she had a bad result and blamed this, at least partially, on the other boat. by David Dellenbaugh Posted on 22 Sep
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