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A Q&A with US Sailing’s Malcolm Page about the Sailing World Cup Miami A Q&A with US Sailing’s Malcolm Page about the Sailing World Cup Miami I spoke with Malcolm Page, US Sailing’s Olympic chief, about the team’s performance at the 2017 Sailing World Cup Miami I talked with Malcolm Page (AUS), a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the Men’s 470 class and the chief of Olympic sailing at US Sailing, to get his pulse on the team’s performance at the 2017 Sailing World Cup Miami and discuss some recent coaching changes within the Olympic-sailing program. by David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor Posted on 20 Feb America's Cup - Artemis Racing launches their AC50 in Bermuda America's Cup - Artemis Racing launches their AC50 in Bermuda Artemis Racing's new race yacht, “Magic Blue”, was christened today by Torbjörn Törnqvist's wife, Natalia, at a special Artemis Racing's new race yacht, “Magic Blue”, was christened today by Torbjörn Törnqvist's wife, Natalia, at a special celebration in Bermuda. The launch sees the culmination of more than three years of intense design and development work, which began almost immediately after the finish of the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco. by Artemis Racing and Sail-World Posted today at 9:28 pm Vendee Globe - Colman progressing in right direction - speaks to BBC Vendee Globe - Colman progressing in right direction - speaks to BBC Conrad Colman's pace has not increased substantially in the last 12 hours, his direction has become more direct. Although Kiwi solo sailor Conrad Colman's pace has not increased substantially in the last 12 hours, his direction has become much more direct. After a frustrating passage through an area of light winds, Colman is now heading for a weather system which should allow him to hook in a wind system that will take him to the finish. He spoke to BBC's Radio 4 today: by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted today at 7:58 pm Vendée Globe – Costa to cross Thursday morning for 14th Vendée Globe – Costa to cross Thursday morning for 14th Progress has remained painfully slow for Kiwi skipper Conrad Colman today as he sails into a wide high pressure ridge Progress has remained painfully slow for Kiwi skipper Conrad Colman today as he sails into a wide high pressure ridge which stands between him and the favourable westerly breezes which should finally allow the jury rigged Foresight Natural Energy to sail more directly towards the French coast and the finish line by Vendée Globe Posted today at 5:22 pm Sanya awarded Youth Sailing World Championships Sanya awarded Youth Sailing World Championships World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport is pleased to announce that Sanya, China will host the 2017 edition The 2017 selection process opened in November 2016 after the Israeli Sailing Association exercised the right to withdraw from hosting the 2017 edition as a final contract had not been concluded. by Daniel Smith - World Sailing Posted today at 4:05 pm RORC Caribbean 600 – Day 3 – Phaedo3 takes multihull line honours RORC Caribbean 600 – Day 3 – Phaedo3 takes multihull line honours While the multihull race record was not broken this year Phaedo3 and Maserati had an incredible 600 mile high-speed duel Phaedo3 held on to win the battle of the trimarans, just 12 minutes ahead of Giovanni Soldini's Italian MOD70, Maserati. The high-speed battle saw the lead change hands at least four times during the race. by Louay Habib Posted today at 3:18 pm Volvo Ocean Race – Pablo Arrarte joins MAPFRE as watch captain Volvo Ocean Race – Pablo Arrarte joins MAPFRE as watch captain With just 242 days to go until the start of the 2017-18 edition on October 22, preparations are already well underway. Arrarte, who raced onboard Brunel in 2014-15, will also assume the role of deputy to Olympic gold medallist Xabi Fernández, who was named as skipper on Friday. by Volvo Ocean Race Posted today at 1:39 pm Maserati Multi70 finishes a close second in RORC Caribbean 600 Maserati Multi70 finishes a close second in RORC Caribbean 600 Soldini and his seven-man crew brought Maserati Multi70 across the finish line off Charlotte Point in Antigua. Soldini and his seven-man international crew brought Maserati Multi70 across the finish line off Charlotte Point in Antigua. by studio-imagina.it Posted today at 1:09 pm Red Bull Sailing Team returns to the Extreme Sailing Series Red Bull Sailing Team returns to the Extreme Sailing Series The team will have eight Acts to out-sail the world's best in what looks to be the most competitive season yet. The team will have eight Acts to out-sail the world's best in what looks to be the most competitive season yet. by Extreme Sailing Series Posted today at 12:29 pm New Zealand's influence at JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship New Zealand's influence at JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship Can the Yamaha 18ft Skiff team become the first NZers to win the JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour? Can the Yamaha 18ft Skiff team of David McDiarmid, Matt Steven and Brad Collins become the first New Zealand team in the 79-year history to win the JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour? The team came within one point of the 2016 winner, Smeg, and are determined to go that one better this year. by Frank Quealey Posted today at 9:18 am International Viper 640 Class becomes the newest World Sailing Class International Viper 640 Class becomes the newest World Sailing Class In November 2016, World Sailing approved Intl Viper 640 Class’s application to become a recognized World Sailing class. In November 2016, World Sailing approved the International Viper 640 Class’s application to become a recognized World Sailing class. The International Viper 640 Class Association, at the same time, adopted an international constitution and signed a contract with World Sailing confirming the Class’s international status. by Edward R. Padin Posted today at 6:38 am RORC Caribbean 600 - Maserati Multi70 in a fight for lead with Phaedo3 RORC Caribbean 600 - Maserati Multi70 in a fight for lead with Phaedo3 After 24-hours of racing in RORC Caribbean 600 Race Maserati Multi70 trimaran is locked in a fierce struggle for lead After 24-hours of racing in the RORC Caribbean 600 Race the Maserati Multi70 trimaran skippered by Italian ocean racer Giovanni Soldini is locked in a fierce struggle for the lead with the race record holder Phaedo3. by Studio Imagina Posted today at 5:09 am 3rd line honours in a row for Phaedo^3 in the RORC Caribbean 600 3rd line honours in a row for Phaedo^3 in the RORC Caribbean 600 After an epic battle with their MOD70 sistership Maserati, Phaedo^3 took multihull line honours in RORC Caribbean 600. After an epic battle with their MOD70 sistership Maserati, Phaedo^3 took multihull line honours in the RORC Caribbean 600. by Rachel Fallon-Langdon Posted today at 4:04 am Phaedo^3 side by side with Maserati South of Guadeloupe Phaedo^3 side by side with Maserati South of Guadeloupe It was a Gybe for Gybe competition for the two MOD70’s in a Monsoon like storm South of Guadeloupe. It was a Gybe for Gybe competition for the two MOD70’s in a Monsoon like storm South of Guadeloupe. Phaedo^3 has now managed to pull away on the leg up to next mark off Barbuda. by Rachel Fallon-Langdon Posted today at 4:01 am Gladwell's Line - AC50 Roll Call shows several late or absent Gladwell's Line - AC50 Roll Call shows several late or absent The AC50 unveiling/launch/sailing call-sheet has had a few additions since Land Rover BAR were the first to launch The AC50 unveiling/launch/sailing call-sheet has had a few additions since Land Rover BAR were the first to launch on February 6 - the earliest day permitted under the 28-day voluntary Blackout amendment to the Protocol governing the current event. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com Posted on 21 Feb Vendee Globe - Conrad Colman talks about a finish on Friday night Vendee Globe - Conrad Colman talks about a finish on Friday night The dismasted, now jury rigged entry in the Vendee Globe, Foresight Natural Energy, skippered by Conrad Colman (NZL/USA/ The dismasted, now jury rigged entry in the Vendee Globe, Foresight Natural Energy, skippered by Conrad Colman (NZL/USA/FRA) is making slow progress towards the finish line at Les Sables dÓlonne on the west coast of France. Although he is showing modest speed on the water his progress is still painful by Conrad Colman and Sail-World NZ Posted on 21 Feb Newport Shipyard prepares for busy season, announces major events Newport Shipyard prepares for busy season, announces major events Newport Shipyard will once again prove its prowess as New England’s “yachting hub” when a rush of superyachts head north Newport Shipyard will once again prove its prowess as New England’s “yachting hub” when a rush of superyachts head north to the famous “City by the Sea” after the America’s Cup in Bermuda this June. by Barby MacGowan Posted on 21 Feb 50th anniversary year for the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda 50th anniversary year for the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Founded in 1967, the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) this year celebrates its first 50 years of existence. Founded in 1967, the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) this year celebrates its first 50 years of existence. This morning during a press conference held in Milan at the Riccardo Catella Foundation, an association dedicated to the research and promotion of sustainable local development since 2007, the YCCS presented a programme of social and sporting events to mark the occasion. by Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Posted on 21 Feb New gunboat class to join race and festivities at BVI Spring Regatta New gunboat class to join race and festivities at BVI Spring Regatta With six Gunboats confirmed to race, the competition dial has been notched up for one of the best Caribbean racing With six Gunboats confirmed to race, the competition dial has been seriously notched up for one of the best Caribbean racing events under the sun. by Michelle Slade Posted on 21 Feb RORC Caribbean 600 – Day 2 – More Argyll than Antigua RORC Caribbean 600 – Day 2 – More Argyll than Antigua After a champagne start to the race there was a huge change in weather conditions by the end of the first day. After a champagne start to the race there was a huge change in weather conditions by the end of the first day. The low pressure system emanating from the north arrived earlier than anticipated, extinguishing the trade winds to provide a windless night for many competitors. by Louay Habib Posted on 21 Feb
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