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Winner of the doldrums strategy finish third in Transat Jacques Vabre Winner of the doldrums strategy finish third in Transat Jacques Vabre The duo crossed the finish line in the Bay of All Saints in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil on Thursday 23rd of November Over the theoretical 4,357nm distance, Imerys Clean Energy sailed an actual distance of 4,539 nm, averaging 10.70 knots, finishing 05 hours, 14 minutes and 26 seconds behind the eventual winner, V&B. by Phil Sharp Racing Posted today at 9:50 am Imerys Clean Energy finishes third in Transat Jacques Vabre Class40 Imerys Clean Energy finishes third in Transat Jacques Vabre Class40 Imerys Clean Energy covered the theoretical course of 4,350 nautical miles at an average speed of 10.27 knots It finished five hours, 14 minutes and 26 seconds behind the winner, V and B (Maxime Sorel and Antoine Carpentier), which had been chased all the way to the line by Aïna Enfance et Avenir (Aymeric Chappellier and Arthur Le Vaillant). by TJV Posted today at 9:06 am Sailing applies for inclusion in Paralympic Games Sports Programme Sailing applies for inclusion in Paralympic Games Sports Programme World Sailing has expressed an interest to the IPC to be included in the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games Sports Programme. World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, has officially expressed an interest to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to be included in the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games Sports Programme. by World Sailing Posted today at 7:10 am French boat smashes record to win Transat Jacques Vabre Class40 French boat smashes record to win Transat Jacques Vabre Class40 Maxime Sorel and Antoine Carpentier on V and B, have won the Class40 of the 13th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Maxime Sorel and Antoine Carpentier on V and B, have won the Class40 of the 13th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre, after crossing the finish line in the Bay of All Saints in Salvador de Bahia on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 23:19:15 (UTC), 17 days 10 hours 44 minutes and 15 seconds after leaving Le Havre, Normandy France. by Transat Jacques Vabre Posted today at 3:57 am RORC Transatlantic Race – Diverse fleet, one goal RORC Transatlantic Race – Diverse fleet, one goal Aragon, Dutch-flagged Marten 72, will be defending win in last year's race and will be skippered by Jochen Bovenkamp In IRC Zero, front runners for the overall win include Jens Kellinghusen's German Ker 56 Varuna, and Eric de Turckheim's French Nivelt-Muratet 54 Teasing Machine. Both yachts are new evolutionary designs to the IRC Rule, crewed by top class professionals. Tilmar Hansen's canting keel Elliott 52 Outsider, skippered by Bo Teichmann is extremely well prepared and could well challenge the favourites. by Louay Habib Posted on 22 Nov Transat Jacques Vabre – French and Physics defy Anglo-Spanish duo Transat Jacques Vabre – French and Physics defy Anglo-Spanish duo Imerys Clean Energy was first across the start line in Le Havre, led the race for 12 and was first out of the Doldrums. Meanwhile, in Salvador de Bahia, the final three 60ft monohull Imoca boats crossed the line in the Bay of All Saints today in more relaxed fashion. Thirteen Imoca left Le Havre and thirteen made it to Salvador de Bahia. by TJV Posted on 22 Nov RC44 Calero Marinas Cup – Foursome gunning for RC44 gold RC44 Calero Marinas Cup – Foursome gunning for RC44 gold Igor Lah is leading the championship on six points, his Team CEEREF fitted with the RC44 series leader's 'golden wheels' The RC44 teams are returning to the Canary Islands for the first time since 2013. Over 2010-2013, four RC44 regattas and three World Championships were held in Lanzarote at Puerto Calero. Owners of that marina, the Calero family, were also regular participants on the RC44 circuit at that time. by RC44 Class Association Posted on 22 Nov Team Extreme México to make waves at Extreme Sailing Series Los Cabos Team Extreme México to make waves at Extreme Sailing Series Los Cabos Erik Brockmann, a national champion in the 49er and 420, will sail alongside Armando Noriega Negrete and Danel Fierro. Brockmann is thrilled to be representing his country on home waters in the ultimate Stadium Racing championship, in what he views as an ideal opportunity to grow the sport of sailing in Mexico. by Extreme Sailing Series Posted on 22 Nov Nico Parlier asserts dominance at Formula Kite World Championships Nico Parlier asserts dominance at Formula Kite World Championships France’s Nico Parlier dominated in breezes that freshened and hovered between nine and 11 knots for much of the day On smooth waters, Parlier was pushed all the way by his friend and countryman Axel Mazella – who managed to overhaul his rival in race one – and Britain’s Olly Bridge. Often with just metres between them, the three had thrillingly-close finishes after high speed sub-eight minute laps of the race track. by Oman Sail Posted on 22 Nov Volvo Ocean Race – Holding the line Volvo Ocean Race – Holding the line 48 hours on that advantage has been reduced: second-placed Dongfeng Race Team have pushed to within 23 miles of MAPFRE. Two days ago Xabi Fernández's outfit had a buffer of 35 miles over their nearest rival after their position as the most southerly boat allowed them to hook into the better breeze of an easterly-moving front first. by Volvo Ocean Race Posted on 22 Nov America's Cup - Dan Bernasconi explains the foiling AC75 - Part 1 America's Cup - Dan Bernasconi explains the foiling AC75 - Part 1 Emirates Team NZ design team leader, Dan Bernasconi, is confident that the AC75 foiling concept will work in practice. Despite admitting that the foiling AC75 monohull is a first for the sailing world, Emirates Team New Zealand design team leader, Dan Bernasconi, is confident that the concept will work in practice. The style of the foiling AC75 has never been seen before in sailing. Under the AC75 concept, the whole hull will lift clear of the water, supported by two or three of the foils. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 22 Nov 2018 Golden Globe Race – Press conference 2018 Golden Globe Race – Press conference Meet the skippers from 15 nations preparing for Golden Globe solo Round the World Race starting from Les Sables d’Olonn. Meet the skippers from 15 nations preparing for the 2018 Golden Globe solo Round the World Race starting from Les Sables d’Olonn by Golden Globe Race Posted on 22 Nov Clipper Yacht Race – Elliot Brown Ocean Sprint results announced Clipper Yacht Race – Elliot Brown Ocean Sprint results announced Skipper Conall Morrison and team have picked up three crucial bonus points already in Race 3. Visit Seattle had the second quickest time claiming two points with 27 hours and 4 minutes, and PSP Logistics picked up the final point with the third quickest time of 29 hours and 39 minutes. by Clipper Ventures Posted on 22 Nov Team Hong Kong at Sail Melbourne – The Asia-Pacific Regatta Team Hong Kong at Sail Melbourne – The Asia-Pacific Regatta International teams have started to arrive in Melbourne with only one week to go to Sail Melbourne International 2017 International teams have started to arrive in Melbourne with only one week to go to Sail Melbourne International 2017 to be held out of Royal Brighton Yacht Club from 29 November to 3 December 2017. Racing is scheduled to kick-off on Wednesday, 29 November with the Olympic classes racing from Wednesday through to Saturday, 2nd December and the majority of the Invited classes to race from Thursday by New Tack Events Posted on 22 Nov International recognition for supermaxi yacht, Wild Oats XI International recognition for supermaxi yacht, Wild Oats XI The most successful yacht in 72-year history of RSHYR, Wild Oats XI, has received another international accolade The most successful yacht in the 72-year history of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, the Oatley family’s supermaxi Wild Oats XI, has received another international accolade, this time from the world’s oldest “Royal” yacht club, the Royal Thames, in London. by Rob Mundle Posted on 22 Nov Transat Jacques Vabre - Anglo-Spanish pair fights French and Physics Transat Jacques Vabre - Anglo-Spanish pair fights French and Physics We may be about to witness the closest finish in Transat Jacques Vabre history We may be about to witness the closest finish in Transat Jacques Vabre history as the Anglo-Spanish duo of Phil Sharp and Pablo Santurde (Imerys Clean Energy) attempt to catch the two newer French boats in a three-horse race down the coast of Brazil. by Transat Jacques Vabre Posted on 22 Nov Fast boats just got faster Fast boats just got faster North Sails CEO, Dan Neri, explains what’s so unique about the Volvo Ocean 65 A3 gennaker. What are those yellow sails on the Volvo Ocean Race boats? North Sails CEO, Dan Neri, explains what’s so unique about the Volvo Ocean 65 A3 gennaker. by North Sails Posted on 22 Nov Solo Round the World - MACIF soon to take off again! Solo Round the World - MACIF soon to take off again! After a little over 17 days, François Gabart is still in lead by about 1 and a half days in relation to Coville’s time After a little over 17 days at sea, François Gabart is still in the lead by about 1 and a half days in relation to the Thomas Coville’s time, the current holder of the single-handed round the world record. The MACIF skipper hopes to pick up speed again this Tuesday evening, after being forced to sail south to reposition himself in front of a low-pressure area by MACIF Posted on 22 Nov America's Cup - The other half of the AC75 design team America's Cup - The other half of the AC75 design team Newsroom's Suzanne McFadden, a long time America's Cup correspondent talks with Elise Beavis Newsroom's Suzanne McFadden, a long time America's Cup correspondent talks with Elise Beavis, the engineering graduate who joined Emirates Team New Zealand straight from University and spent three years working on the Cyclor development project among others. by Suzanne McFadden, Newsroom Posted on 21 Nov Leaders tighten grip on top spots at Formula Kite World Championships Leaders tighten grip on top spots at Formula Kite World Championships Olly Bridge preserved his overnight lead with another all-star performance in breeze that quickly built to over 20knots After an uncharacteristically faltering start to his day that saw him finish third in race one after mistakenly heading towards the wrong mark, the Brit barely skipped a beat winning the next five of the day’s six races. by Oman Sail Posted on 21 Nov
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