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Hydrofoil ProTour San Francisco – On progress... Hydrofoil ProTour San Francisco – On progress... Progress, it doesn't come easy or fast but when you least expect it. Sometimes it doesn't seem to come at all. Progress, it doesn't come easy or fast but when you least expect it. Sometimes it doesn't seem to come at all despite everything you'd hoped for. The important thing, is to keep moving forward. by Steve Bodner Posted today at 3:07 pm Rio 2016 - Plain speaking by triple-medalist on Olympic sailing moves Rio 2016 - Plain speaking by triple-medalist on Olympic sailing moves Triple Olympic medalist, Santiago Lange has been on the sharp end of changes made to Olympic classes and formats Santiago Lange, a six-time Olympian and Bronze medallist in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, won his third medal – Gold sailing in the Nacra 17 class. With that length of experience at an Olympic level, having sailed the Laser, Tornado and now Nacra 17 classes his comments on the future shape of the Olympic regatta was one of the highlights of the Medallists Media Conferences. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL Posted today at 5:58 am Best pictures of the first 4 Acts of the Extreme Sailing Series™ Best pictures of the first 4 Acts of the Extreme Sailing Series™ An influx of fresh talent have all added to the hype, but the greatest evolution is the replacement of the Extreme 40. An influx of fresh talent, new venues and a revised race format have all added to the hype, but the greatest evolution is the replacement of the Extreme 40 by a smaller, faster catamaran: the flying GC32. by Extreme Sailing Series™ Posted today at 1:34 pm Return to Russia for the Extreme Sailing Series™ Return to Russia for the Extreme Sailing Series™ Joining the fleet as the season heads into its second half is Gazprom Team Russia, led by WMRT champion, Phil Robertson. With one week to go, the fleet returns to St Petersburg for the fifth Act of the season, presented by SAP, 35 of the world’s best sailors are getting their heads in the game and preparing for the one of the trickiest venues of the season so far. by Extreme Sailing Series™ Posted today at 12:58 pm J22 World Championship - More Day 3 action-shots by Christopher Howell J22 World Championship - More Day 3 action-shots by Christopher Howell Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 3 action. Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 3 action. by J/22 International Class Association Posted today at 7:18 am 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 3 action-shots by Christopher Howell 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 3 action-shots by Christopher Howell Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 3 action. Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 3 action. by J/22 International Class Association Posted today at 7:16 am Marshall and Doyle tied on points at J/22 World Championship Marshall and Doyle tied on points at J/22 World Championship By way of a victory in Wednesday’s third race, Mike Marshall, Todd Hiller and Luke Lawrence are tied at 30 points By way of a victory in Wednesday’s third race, Mike Marshall, Todd Hiller and Luke Lawrence are tied at 30 points with Chris Doyle, Will Harris and Adam Burns. Jeff Todd is still in the hunt in third place with 35 points. by Christopher Howell Posted on 24 Aug Rio 2016 - Unless you're continuously improving, you're falling behind Rio 2016 - Unless you're continuously improving, you're falling behind The Olympics displayed the reality of elite sport - that unless you are continuously improving, you are falling behind. Mark Orams, World champion sailor and now a Professor of sport and recreation looks at some lessons from the 2016 Olympics, he says you need to be improving faster than the opposition to succeed at the Olympics. Britain did just that with a staggering haul of eleven medals in track cycling, six of them gold, bettering their performance at their home Olympics four years earlier. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted on 24 Aug Rio 2016 - Images from the NZL Sailing Team return home Rio 2016 - Images from the NZL Sailing Team return home On Wednesday morning, the NZL Sailing Team returned to New Zealand from the Rio Olympics. On Wednesday morning, the NZL Sailing Team returned to New Zealand from the Rio Olympics. First up was a reception for the whole Olympic Team in The Cloud. A second function was held at the NZ Maritime Museum, under the hull of NZL-32, the 1995 America's Cup winner, with just the Sailing Team members and some of the coaches. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 24 Aug J22 World Championship - More Day 2 action-shots by Christopher Howell J22 World Championship - More Day 2 action-shots by Christopher Howell Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. by J/22 International Class Association Posted on 24 Aug 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 2 action-shots by Christopher Howell 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 2 action-shots by Christopher Howell Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. by J/22 International Class Association Posted on 24 Aug Michael Marshall excels in wind and waves on J/22 Worlds Day 2 Michael Marshall excels in wind and waves on J/22 Worlds Day 2 The day before J/22 Worlds began Mike Marshall led a panel discussion focused on techniques for heavy breeze and waves. 2016 J/22 World Championship - The day before the J/22 World Championship began at Cork/Sail Kingston in Ontario Canada, Mike Marshall led a panel discussion focused on techniques for heavy breeze and waves. by Julie and Christopher Howell Posted on 24 Aug Spring into summer with NCYC’s Inner Spring Regatta Spring into summer with NCYC’s Inner Spring Regatta Entry is open 2016 NCYC Inner Spring Regatta to be held over the 10th and 11th of September. Entry is open 2016 NCYC Inner Spring Regatta to be held over the 10th and 11th of September. With six on the entry list in the first 24 hours this will be a regatta not to miss. by NCYC Media Posted on 24 Aug Rio says goodbye to its Olympic Games 2016 Rio says goodbye to its Olympic Games 2016 The Olympic Games will leave Rio de Janeiro a much better place, International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach says. The Olympic Games will leave Rio de Janeiro a much better place, International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach says. by AAP Posted on 23 Aug 2016 Sail Canada Senior Championships - Day 4 2016 Sail Canada Senior Championships - Day 4 After not sailing on Sunday due to heavy winds, sailors returned to the water today at Sail Canada Senior Championships 2016 Sail Canada Senior Championships - After not sailing on Sunday due to heavy winds, sailors returned to the water today at the Sail Canada Senior Championships at Cork OCR. Today’s conditions were ideal, with a breeze of 18-19 knots from the southwest, and sunny skies. by Sail Canada Posted on 23 Aug 2016 U.S. Team Racing Championship – Final report 2016 U.S. Team Racing Championship – Final report Team Trouble saved their best for Sunday’s knockout rounds and rallied to win the historic George R. Hinman Trophy 2016 U.S. Team Racing Championship - Team Trouble, comprised of Charles Higgins (Norfold, Va.), Johnny Norfleet (New York, NY), Isabel Strachan (Annapolis, Md.), Matt Allen (Hamilton, Mass.). Gabriel Smith (Annapolis, Md.) and Arielle Darrow, saved their best for Sunday’s knockout rounds and rallied to win the historic George R. Hinman Trophy at the 2016 U.S. Team Racing Championship, hosted by Sa by Jake Fish Posted on 23 Aug The Clipper Race turns 20! The Clipper Race turns 20! Throughout the race, tales of crew celebrating birthdays on board filter back and they are always a special occasion Throughout the race, tales of Clipper Race crew celebrating their birthdays on board filter back and they are always a special occasion, likely to remain a completely unique event in their lifetime. by Clipper Round the World Posted on 23 Aug America's Cup - Architect of NZ Qualifier withdrawal steps down America's Cup - Architect of NZ Qualifier withdrawal steps down The Commissioner for the America's Cup General Dr. Harvey Schiller has stepped down from the role The Commissioner for the America's Cup General Dr. Harvey Schiller has stepped down from the role and will finish at the end of the month. The move was confirmed today by America's Cup correspondent Bernie Wilson of the Associated Press. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 23 Aug Consistency is key for Chris Doyle on Day 1 of J/22 World Championship Consistency is key for Chris Doyle on Day 1 of J/22 World Championship Chris Doyle of New York showed why he’s reigning J/22 World Champion on the opening day of the 2016 J/22 World Champs 2016 J/22 World Championship - Chris Doyle of New York showed why he’s the reigning J/22 World Champion on the opening day of the 2016 J/22 World Championship. Three races were completed in gorgeous Lake Ontario conditions at the event hosted by CORK/Sail Kingston in Ontario Canada. by Julie and Christopher Howell Posted on 23 Aug 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 1 action-shots by Christopher Howell 2016 J22 World Championship - Day 1 action-shots by Christopher Howell Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at 2016 J22 World Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 1 action. by Christopher Howell Posted on 23 Aug
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