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Olympic Gold medalist and Volvo Ocean Race winner up for WS Board Olympic Gold medalist and Volvo Ocean Race winner up for WS Board Torben Grael (BRA) is amongst the 15 nominations for one of seven places on the Board of Directors of World Sailing Torben Grael (BRA) is amongst the 15 nominations for one of seven places on the Board of Directors of World Sailing in November. The five times Olympic medalist, Volvo Ocean Race winner and several times America's Cup competitor will bring a much needed sailing edge to the Board of World Sailing if he can navigate the politics of the controlling body of the sport. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 6:03 pm Norauto foils to victory at the GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup Norauto foils to victory at the GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup Racing in a light wind Minoprio’s desire to win the leeward position on the start line put Norauto in front in all races Racing in a light westerly Levante wind, Adam Minoprio’s desire to win the leeward position on the start line put Norauto in front in all three races, and he went on to win two of them. by GC32 Racing Posted today at 5:58 pm Team Tilt finish second at the GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup Team Tilt finish second at the GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup Team Tilt added a second place to scoreboard this weekend at the penultimate event of what has been a successful season The seven crew members on board the 32-foot flying catamaran posted three outright wins from 15 races to finish second overall after Adam Minoprio on Norauto. Team Engie, skippered by Sebastien Rogues finished in third place. by Team Tilt Sailing Posted today at 4:47 pm Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup– Dieter Van der Eyken secures tow-in victory Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup– Dieter Van der Eyken secures tow-in victory Unfortunately, the conditions failed to materialise on final day meaning it was not possible to gain an official result. Head judge, Duncan Coombs, had set a 6.45am skippers meeting in the hope of some early action, but light offshore winds and small waves were below the standard required to start the competition. by Cold Hawaii Posted today at 4:35 pm Medal Race movement closes Sailing World Cup Qingdao Medal Race movement closes Sailing World Cup Qingdao Medals slipped away and medals were snatched on final day as racing came to a close confirming the seven fleet podiums. There was some last minute drama as the double point Medal Races shook up some of the fleets and left a few thinking of what might have been in the waters of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Sailing Competition. by Richard Aspland - World Sailing Posted today at 3:53 pm RS Aerocup - Another magic day at Lake Garda - Day 2 RS Aerocup - Another magic day at Lake Garda - Day 2 Per Christian continued his domination with a string of firsts showing magical downwind speed through the waves. Per Christian of Norway continued his domination with a string of firsts showing magical downwind speed through the waves. by RS Aero International Class Association Posted today at 11:19 am Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge - Images from Régates Royales Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge - Images from Régates Royales The final round of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge is underway at Cannes in the 38th Régates Royales. The final round of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge is underway at Cannes in the 38th Régates Royales with classic yachts and Dragons. Eugenia Bakunova of mainsail.ru was on the water at Cannes and provided this gallery of images from the penultimate day of the regatta. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 11:12 am Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge - More images from Régates Royales Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge - More images from Régates Royales Second gallery from the final round of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge at Cannes The 38th Régates Royales, the final round of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge is underway at Cannes. Eugenia Bakunova of mainsail.ru was on the water at Cannes and provided this second gallery of images from the penultimate day. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 10:56 am World Sailing - Henderson sets out foundations of his President bid World Sailing - Henderson sets out foundations of his President bid Paul Henderson is standing for another term as President to get some significant and vital issues facing Sailing address Paul Henderson is standing for another term as President to get some significant and vital issues facing Sailing addressed by sailors with their input both individually and via their International Class Associations. Henderson sets out below what he believes will be the foundations of his next Presidency. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 10:55 am World Sailing President nominated by 45 Member National Associations World Sailing President nominated by 45 Member National Associations Incumbent World Sailing President, Carlo Croce (ITA) has welcomed nominations from 45 Member National Associations Incumbent World Sailing President, Carlo Croce (ITA) has nominations from 45 Member National Associations [MNAs] for his re-election as the President of Sailing’s International Federation. Nominations for the position of President have been formally published by World Sailing and show widespread support for Croce. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 10:35 am 2016 IKA Kiteboarding World Championships Pingtan - Day 4 2016 IKA Kiteboarding World Championships Pingtan - Day 4 Magaji had an amazing first race of the day as she finally managed to push ahead of local Chinese rider Jingle. A five rider tangle ensued second race of the day (yellow heat four), a dangerous situation that the well trained safety crew did amazing job of cleaning up. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted today at 10:24 am Day 5 - Medal Race day at the Sailing World Cup Qingdao Day 5 - Medal Race day at the Sailing World Cup Qingdao It's Medal Race day at the Sailing World Cup Qingdao as the five day regatta reaches crunch time for the podium hopefuls It's Medal Race day at the Sailing World Cup Qingdao as the five day regatta reaches crunch time for the podium hopefuls. It's business as usual on the forecast as strong currents, light winds and a hot and humid day welcomes the sailors to the Qingdao waters to fight it out for medals. by Richard Aspland - World Sailing Posted today at 7:29 am First in at the end of Road to Rio series – AST Paralympic medallists First in at the end of Road to Rio series – AST Paralympic medallists Behind every Olympic/Paralympic medal is an amazing adventure this is first in a series of videos with AST medallists Behind every Olympic and Paralympic medal is an amazing adventure and journey, this is the first in a series of videos looking at the #RoadToRio with the Australian Sailing Team medallists, celebrating their homecoming and looking back on their journey. by Nic Douglass Posted today at 5:46 am 2016 netIP Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup - Qualification complete 2016 netIP Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup - Qualification complete After five days on hold, penultimate day of Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup provided a small window of compatible conditions After five days on hold, the penultimate day of the 2016 netIP Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup finally provided a small window of compatible conditions, which allowed the qualifying round to be completed during the afternoon. by Cold Hawaii Posted today at 4:56 am 2016 Blind Match Racing World Championship – Day 2 2016 Blind Match Racing World Championship – Day 2 At the end of an abbreviated, jam-packed two-day regatta, Great Britain took gold in the 2016 Blind Match Racing Worlds At the end of an abbreviated, jam-packed two-day regatta, Great Britain took the gold in the 2016 Blind Match Racing World Championship. by Janet Weyandt Posted today at 4:24 am WIM Series - Roble, Groeneveld, Östling and Le Berre to semis WIM Series - Roble, Groeneveld, Östling and Le Berre to semis Stephanie Roble and her Epic Racing kept their firm grip of Buddy Melges Challenge, the third event of 2016 WIM Series Stephanie Roble and her Epic Racing kept their firm grip of the Buddy Melges Challenge, the third event of the 2016 WIM Series and also the Women’s World Match Racing Championship, through Saturday’s racing. by WIM Series Posted today at 4:05 am WMRT - Shifts, change but all the same on Day 2 of Cape Crow Cup WMRT - Shifts, change but all the same on Day 2 of Cape Crow Cup Day number two of Cape Crow Cup could easily carry the headline of challenging when it comes to the racing conditions. Day number two of the Cape Crow Cup could easily carry the headline of challenging when it comes to the racing conditions. The wind started from the northwest and shifted slowly and inconsistently to the southwest. by Aston Harald Posted today at 3:37 am Swiss stars Alinghi lose mast in collision in action-packed day Swiss stars Alinghi lose mast in collision in action-packed day The Extreme Sailing Series™ lived up to its name on the penultimate day of Act 6 in Madeira The Extreme Sailing Series™ lived up to its name on the penultimate day of Act 6 in Madeira as a collision between rivals Alinghi and Red Bull Sailing Team resulted in the Swiss crew losing their mast. by Extreme Sailing Series Posted today at 3:23 am Oman Air in peak form going into final day at Extreme Sailing Series Oman Air in peak form going into final day at Extreme Sailing Series A fresher breeze on the third day gave the GC32 fleet a chance to give the spectators an invigorating show of action A fresher breeze on the third day gave the GC32 fleet a chance to give the spectators lining the shores on the south coast of the island an invigorating show of speed and action and it was Oman Air that led the way with seven podium places – including two outright wins – in seven races. by Oman Sail Posted on 24 Sep Perfect birthday for Sébastien at GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup Perfect birthday for Sébastien at GC32 La Reserva de Sotogrande Cup The westerly Levante breeze was expected to blow at about 10 to 11 knots for day three of the regatta The westerly Levante breeze was expected to blow at about 10 to 11 knots for day three of the regatta, but the long white cloud hanging over the Rock of Gibraltar signified that there might be less. Even with just five or six knots the GC32s were still able to get on the foils as they launched off the start line of the first race. by GC32 Racing Posted on 24 Sep
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