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PredictWind.com 2014
Zaleski and Weaver win U.S. Singlehanded Championships in Tahoe Zaleski and Weaver win U.S. Singlehanded Championships in Tahoe The fleets were comprised of proven singlehanded sailors and an influx of new talented young men and women. The fleets were comprised of experienced and proven singlehanded sailors and an influx of new talented young men and women. by US Sailing Posted today at 1:05 pm America's Cup - Top 10 Moments in Bermuda - Artemis Racing + Video America's Cup - Top 10 Moments in Bermuda - Artemis Racing + Video Nathan Outteridge takes us through the Swedish Team's top ten moments in the 35th America's Cup Artemis Racing skipper, Nathan Outteridge takes us through the Swedish Team's top ten moments in the 35th America's Cup sailed on the Great Sound, Bermuda. Must see for all Cup fans by Artemis Racing Posted today at 11:18 am 2017 Rolex Middle Sea Race Fleet building nicely 2017 Rolex Middle Sea Race Fleet building nicely The record fleet is 122 set in 2014, and recent years have seen the number of participants regularly top 100 boats. The record fleet for the event is 122 set in 2014, and recent years have seen the number of participants regularly top 100 boats. by Royal Malta Yacht Club Posted today at 3:55 pm Hobie 14 and Hobie Dragoon World Championships wrap up Hobie 14 and Hobie Dragoon World Championships wrap up 57 boats entered the classic Hobie 14 Championships sailing the original design of the much loved Hobie Alter. 57 boats entered the classic Hobie 14 Championships sailing the original design of the much loved Hobie Alter. by David Brookes Posted today at 2:35 pm Rooster RS Aero World Championships – Day 1 Rooster RS Aero World Championships – Day 1 Sundays practice race saw the first attempt was abandoned on the first lap as the wind died. Sundays practice race saw the first attempt was abandoned on the first lap as the wind died. by RS Aero International Class Association Posted today at 2:19 pm America's Cup - Russell Coutts takes charge at Manly Sailing Club America's Cup - Russell Coutts takes charge at Manly Sailing Club Sir Russell Coutts has gone from running the America's Cup to running a small yacht club on Auckland's Hibiscus Coast, 'He can be commodore as long as he wants the job,' Bennett said. 'We don't have set terms here. 'He's said he's done with the America's Cup so has time and he's also said he needs something else to get his teeth into. All of a sudden, he's like a big dog with a bone.' by Yachting NZ Posted today at 2:13 pm PSP Logistics to feature once again in Clipper Yacht Race PSP Logistics to feature once again in Clipper Yacht Race More than 700 non-professional sailors, representing over 40 nationalities, will compete for eleven months. More than 700 non-professional sailors, representing over 40 nationalities, will compete for eleven months on a fleet of twelve identical 70-foot ocean racing yachts, each led by a professional skipper. by Morgan Kasmarik / Clipper Ventures Posted today at 1:34 pm Owner-driver GC32s in the majority at 36 Copa del Rey MAPFRE Owner-driver GC32s in the majority at 36 Copa del Rey MAPFRE Maris comes with a strong multihull background having previously competed in the Extreme Sailing Series. Maris comes with a strong multihull background having previously competed in the Extreme Sailing Series and the D35 catamaran circuit on Lake Geneva. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted today at 12:41 pm Yacht Racing Forum extends partnership with Zhik for two more years Yacht Racing Forum extends partnership with Zhik for two more years Top sailors choose Zhik gear to win world championships, and demand it for their OIympic campaigns. The company sells its products into an international network covering more than 40 countries, in Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific. by Yacht Racing Forum Posted today at 12:10 pm America's Cup - Doing the testing hard yards at home America's Cup - Doing the testing hard yards at home Here is a look back at the America's Cup winners going through their routines. Long before being in the spot light of the America's Cup in Bermuda, the most important testing and development that would set the foundation for Emirates Team New Zealand victory was done in long hours on the water of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf. Here is a look back at the America's Cup winners going through their routines. by Emirates Team NZ Posted today at 10:52 am Moth Worlds – Moth speed uncovered Moth Worlds – Moth speed uncovered C-Tech’s Tim Willetts takes time to reflect on changes in Moth class rig design and development over the past six years With the 2017 Moth world championship starting Tuesday, C-Tech’s Tim Willetts takes time to reflect on changes in Moth class rig design and development over the past six years. A lot has happened behind the scenes that is giving the top sailors the edge by staying ahead. by Chris Kitchen Posted today at 9:25 am Newport Trophy Regatta for 12 Metres - A window onto the 2019 Worlds Newport Trophy Regatta for 12 Metres - A window onto the 2019 Worlds The waters off Newport, R.I., were alive with 12 Metres when the Newport Trophy Regatta took place over July 21-23. The waters off Newport, R.I., were alive with 12 Metres when the Newport Trophy Regatta took place over July 21-23. The event, hosted by Ida Lewis Yacht Club, reflected the excitement growing for the 12 Metre World Championship set to take place here in 2019 as part of the New York Yacht Club’s 175th Anniversary Regatta. The historic fleet numbered ten boats by Barby MacGowan Posted today at 7:29 am Rolex Fastnet Race - Raw challenge, compelling beauty Rolex Fastnet Race - Raw challenge, compelling beauty Near 400 yachts registered for the 47th running of the legendary 605-nm race represent a record number of participants. The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC), race founder and organizer of the Rolex Fastnet Race, has said that the fleet that will contest the 2017 edition looks set to be the largest and most diverse in offshore racing history. The facts unanimously back up the statement. The near 400 yachts registered for the 47th running of the legendary 605-nm race represent a record number of participants. by Quinag Posted today at 6:05 am Techno 293 Plus World Championships - Overall reprot Techno 293 Plus World Championships - Overall reprot 167 sailors from 31 countries participated in the Techno 293 Plus World Championships in Quiberon France 167 sailors from 31 countries participated in the Techno 293 Plus World Championships in Quiberon France – the first of qualification events for the Youth Olympic Games. Although getting off to a slow start with tricky conditions, including everything from 40 degrees wind shifts to thunderstorms, race committee managed to complete 11 races for Youth Women and Open fleets and 12 for Youth Men. by Anna Dollery Posted today at 5:29 am 52 Super Series – Rán Racing win Portals opener 52 Super Series – Rán Racing win Portals opener On the second beat, Alegre closed slightly, but Ado Stead and Adam Beashel defended down the run to keep their win safe. On the second beat, Alegre closed slightly, but Rán Racing’s Ado Stead and Adam Beashel defended down the run to keep their win safe. by 52 Super Series Posted on 24 Jul 52 Super Series – Azzurra is third in the first day at Puerto Portals 52 Super Series – Azzurra is third in the first day at Puerto Portals The first day of racing was characterized by unstable winds, unusual conditions in the bay of Palma. The first day of racing at the Puerto Portals 52 Super Series Sailing Week was characterized by unstable winds, unusual conditions in the bay of Palma. by Azzurra Posted on 24 Jul Tour de France à la Voile – Super Final shakes Tahiti from top spot Tour de France à la Voile – Super Final shakes Tahiti from top spot This was one of the most physically demanding race days the 29 already-fatigued crews have experienced so far. This was one of the most physically demanding race days the 29 already-fatigued crews have experienced so far over seven acts of the Tour. by A.S.O./Tour de France à la voile Posted on 24 Jul The Gertrude Cup – Classic Solent racing conditions on Day 3 The Gertrude Cup – Classic Solent racing conditions on Day 3 Three races were held in medium to heavy airs for the third day of the Etchells invitational regatta. In a shifty northerly breeze, a significant tide built during the day, and by mid-afternoon the wind speed had piped up to 20 knots. by Louay Habib Posted on 24 Jul GKA Kite-Surf World Tour – Cape Verdeans clean up on final day + Video GKA Kite-Surf World Tour – Cape Verdeans clean up on final day + Video In the first heat, Mitu was once again the stand out rider drawing the biggest cheers from the shore. In the final heat an all-star cast took to the water and the handle-passes came out with Airton leading from the front. by Matt Pearce Posted on 24 Jul McDougall McConaghy Moth Worlds - Top contenders guide McDougall McConaghy Moth Worlds - Top contenders guide A record 240 Moths are entered from 25 countries, making this world championship one of the sailing events of the year. A record 240 Moths are entered from 25 countries from all over the globe, making this world championship one of the sailing events of the year. by Jonny Fullerton Posted on 24 Jul
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