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A Few Rays - When you think of sunscreen as a filter.... A Few Rays - When you think of sunscreen as a filter.... If a sunscreen is a filter of UV rays, how much is enough? If a sunscreen is a filter of UV rays, how much is enough? Where the skin is exposed and a sunscreen is working for you, it is filtering UV rays. Some of those rays always get through. The percentage of the high energy UVB rays (said to cause sunburn) that get through to cells in the skin can be determined by the claimed SPF of the product you are using. by Indepthskincare Posted on 25 Apr Sailors strive to continue Australia’s Olympic successes Sailors strive to continue Australia’s Olympic successes Australia sailors have been very successful in last two Olympic Games, winning four gold medals and four silver medals. Australia sailors have been very successful in the last two Olympic Games, winning four Olympic gold medals and four silver medals. Now its sailors have started on the competition journey towards the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and are looking for more heavy metal results over the next three years. by Australian Sailing Team Posted on 24 Apr Famous five provide record Welsh Olympic Sailing Challenge Famous five provide record Welsh Olympic Sailing Challenge Wales have a record five sailors involved in the RYA British Sailing Team preparing for future Olympics Wales have a record five sailors involved in the RYA British Sailing Team preparing for future Olympics, with the 2020 and 2024 Games firmly in their sights. by RYA Posted on 1 Apr Olympic sailing team return to form 2017 NZL Sailing Team Olympic sailing team return to form 2017 NZL Sailing Team The majority of one of the most successful sailing teams in NZ Olympic history have been named in the NZL Sailing Team. The majority of one of the most successful sailing teams in New Zealand Olympic history have been named in the 2017 NZL Sailing Team. Eleven of the 12 who competed last year in Rio have been named in the high performance squad, including Olympic 49er champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke by Yachting NZ/Sail-World.com NZ Posted on 25 Mar Winds of change at the Princesa Sofia IBEROSTAR Winds of change at the Princesa Sofia IBEROSTAR 634 boats, 842 sailors from 53 nations will participate in the different Olympic classes, according to confirmed entries Around 700 boats will participate in this edition of the Majorcan regatta, which kicks off on Friday 24 for ORC, J80 and Dragon (with three racing days until Sunday) and on Monday 27 for Olympic Classes. by Trofeo Princesa Sofía Posted on 20 Mar Paving the Way for Paralympic Sailing Paving the Way for Paralympic Sailing The second Paralympic Development Program wrapped up in Hong Kong this week 'Some day I will retire, but I will have a fleet of sailors behind me who will carry on the work!' Philippines sailor Cherrie Pinpin is a determined woman! As one of nine sailors and five coaches to have just completed World Sailing's first ever Asian Paralympic Development Program (PDP) clinic, Pinpin is even more resolute about spreading the word on sailing both at home and across Asia. by Lindsey Lovegrove, World Sailing Posted on 15 Mar 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 The Water Shed - Hobie Specials - New Lasers for the Masters Games The Water Shed - Hobie Specials - New Lasers for the Masters Games Check out the Hobie Specials this week only at The Water Shed, or get a new Laser and Carbon topsection This week's specials at The Water Shed - Hobie bargains on stock for this week only. For Masters Games competitors The Water Shed have a new batch of Lasers on their way with new Carbon Top sections. Or, if you are going to do the Master Games in your existing Laser then The Water Shed can help you get the best from your boat by The Water Shed Posted on 10 Feb Gold Medalists Burling and Tuke named NZ Team of the Year Gold Medalists Burling and Tuke named NZ Team of the Year Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have won the Team of the Year Award at the 54th Halberg Awards Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have won the Team of the Year Award at the 54th Halberg Awards, held at Vector Arena in Auckland last night. Named after Olympic champion Sir Murray Halberg (ONZ) the Halberg Awards is the country's pre-eminent event to honour and celebrate New Zealand sporting excellence. by Yachting NZ|Sail-World.com NZ Posted on 10 Feb Spring Series gets underway in Weymouth and Portland Spring Series gets underway in Weymouth and Portland 2017 RYA Olympic Classes Spring Series got underway this weekend as 58 boats took to the waters of Weymouth and Portland The 2017 RYA Olympic Classes Spring Series got underway this weekend (4-5 February) as 58 boats took to the waters of Weymouth and Portland. British Sailing Team’s Podium Potential crews and up-and-coming Podium Potential Pathway talents shared the weekend’s titles across eight Olympic Classes and one Paralympic Class. by RYA Posted on 9 Feb Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - close racing in light winds - Day 3 Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - close racing in light winds - Day 3 The tussle for medals came down to the wire on the final day of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta The tussle for medals came down to the wire on the final day of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta as the inaugural event wrapped up in Auckland today. The last three days have seen some 140 Olympic and youth class sailors across 10 fleets competing side-by-side off Murrays Bay Sailing Club by Yachting NZ Posted on 6 Feb The price of legacy The price of legacy Malcolm Page OAM, two-time Olympic Gold Medallist, became the Chief of Olympic Sailing for the USA on January 1 Malcolm Page OAM, two-time Olympic Gold Medallist (470) with Nathan Wilmot in 2008 and Mat Belcher in 2012, became the Chief of Olympic Sailing for the USA on January 1 this year. In and of itself it is hardly the freshest news, and well and truly yesterday’s fish wrapper. It was also a wise choice on behalf of Team USA, for he has succeeded in both the physical and commercial arms of our sport. by John Curnow Posted on 5 Feb Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Youth step up into Olympic classes Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Youth step up into Olympic classes Transitioning from youth sailing classes to Olympic classes is a big focus for youth sailors this weekend Transitioning from youth sailing classes to Olympic classes is a big focus for youngsters competing in the inaugural Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta hosted by Murrays Bay Sailing Club this weekend. Young sailors are using the three-day event to trial new crew combinations and move into Olympic classes in an environment which puts sailors of all levels together on the race track. by Yachting NZ Posted on 5 Feb Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Images from day 1 Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Images from day 1 Sail-World was on the water for the opening day of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta Sail-World was on the water for the opening day of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta, staged at Murray's Bay on Auckland's North Shore. Over 100 boats are competing in the regatta along with crews from Korea and China. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZ Posted on 4 Feb Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Rio sailors to the fore on Day 1 Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Rio sailors to the fore on Day 1 Sailors from NZ and overseas had an excellent start for the inaugural Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta Sailors of all ages from across New Zealand and overseas took to the water for the start of the inaugural Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta which kicked off on Auckland’s North Shore today. Whilst it may have been a sweltering day onshore, a refreshing southerly breeze greeted some 140 competitors at Murrays Bay Sailing Club by Yachting NZ Posted on 4 Feb Rio Olympic medal winners to participate in Delta Lloyd Regatta Rio Olympic medal winners to participate in Delta Lloyd Regatta Based on the world ranking dated 13 March, we will be inviting the top five of every class. Based on the world ranking dated 13 March, we will be inviting the top five of every class. by Delta Lloyd Regatta Posted on 2 Feb Meech and Maloney begin quest for Olympic gold Meech and Maloney begin quest for Olympic gold Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have collected mementos from around the world over the last decade Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have collected mementos from around the world over the last decade and have their eyes on obtaining something golden from Tokyo in 2020. The pair were thrilled to collect silver in the 49erFX at last year’s Rio Olympics but feel there is “unfinished business” as a combination, meaning they will put together a campaign they hope ends with a gold medal in Tokyo. by Yachting NZ Posted on 1 Feb Olympic and Paralympic Gold medalists in Australia Day Honours List Olympic and Paralympic Gold medalists in Australia Day Honours List Rio 2016 Sailing Gold Medallist, Tom Burton has been recognised with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) Rio 2016 Sailing Gold Medallist, Tom Burton has been recognised with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in this year’s Australia Day Honours List. Burton, who won Gold in the Laser Class in Rio, sailed the race of his life to pull off a stunning victory on the final day of racing. by Australian Sailing Posted on 30 Jan World Cup Series - McNay and Hughes (USA) claim third Miami Gold World Cup Series - McNay and Hughes (USA) claim third Miami Gold The final five medal races were held at World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella on Sunday The final five medal races were held at World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017) on Sunday, capping off a successful 28th year of North America’s premier Olympic classes regatta. U.S. Olympians Stu McNay (Providence, R.I.) and Dave Hughes (Miami, Fla.) won their fourth Miami medal in the last five years, with three of those medals being gold. by Will Ricketson Posted on 30 Jan Six Miami medals as first 2017 World Cup concludes Six Miami medals as first 2017 World Cup concludes Britain’s sailors concluded their first World Cup regatta of the 2020 cycle with a six-medal haul Britain’s sailors concluded their first World Cup regatta of the 2020 cycle with a six-medal haul as the Sailing World Cup Miami drew to a close on Biscayne Bay on Sunday (29 January). by Lindsey Bell Posted on 30 Jan World Series Cup - Hitting the right notes in Miami World Series Cup - Hitting the right notes in Miami Zegers and teammate Annaloes van Veen displayed incredible poise to grab the Women's 470 title. A classically trained concert pianist, Afrodite Zegers (NED) is no stranger to the big stage. So when the pressure was at fever pitch in the final race of the 2017 World Series Cup Miami presented by Sunbrella, and the proverbial lights of a live worldwide broadcast at its brightest, Zegers and teammate Annaloes van Veen displayed incredible poise to grab the Women's 470 title. by Stuart Streuli Posted on 30 Jan Sailing World Cup Miami - Finals Day 1 and 2 - LIVE Video Coverage Sailing World Cup Miami - Finals Day 1 and 2 - LIVE Video Coverage The deciding races at Sailing World Cup Miami will be streamed live on World Sailing TV on YouTube. Medal Races on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January will draw the 2017 World Cup Series Miami to a close. The deciding races will be streamed live on World Sailing's Facebook page and World Sailing TV on YouTube. Video links and racing schedule for both Saturday and Sunday are available below: by Sail-World.com Posted on 29 Jan American sailors ready to challenge for Medals on Sunday in Miami American sailors ready to challenge for Medals on Sunday in Miami Five of the ten scheduled medal races took place on Saturday at World Cup Series Miami 2017 Five of the ten scheduled medal races took place on Saturday at World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017), with US Sailing Team boats competing in the Men’s 49er and Nacra 17 classes as online audiences watched from around the world. On Sunday, multiple American boats will have a shot at the podium as the regatta comes to a close. by Will Ricketson Posted on 29 Jan World Cup Series - Shifty conditions make Medal Races a test of nerve World Cup Series - Shifty conditions make Medal Races a test of nerve With World Cup Series secure going into Medal Race, 49er sailors sailed a clean race and largely stayed out of the fray. With the World Cup Series secure going into the Medal Race, 49er sailors Dylan Fletcher-Scott and Stuart Bithell (GBR) sailed a clean race and largely stayed out of the fray. They finished fifth, capping off an impressive start to the Tokyo 2020 quad for this new team. by Stuart Streuli Posted on 29 Jan World Cup Series Miami - Back in the Brazilian Laser World Cup Series Miami - Back in the Brazilian Laser Brazilian sailing has had superstars grabbing the headlines since the 1980s with Torben Grael and Robert Scheidt. Brazilian sailing has had superstars grabbing the headlines since the 1980s with Torben Grael and Robert Scheidt. Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze thrust themselves on to the world stage at Rio 2016 taking a thrilling gold in an epic final Medal Race. The skiff girls represent a younger generation and after Scheidt bowed out of the Laser there is a gap to fill. by ISAF Posted on 28 Jan World Cup Series Miami - U.S. Boats qualify for Medal Races World Cup Series Miami - U.S. Boats qualify for Medal Races On day four, competition was intense as the final berths in each ten-boat, double-points medal race were decided. World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017) will see the first medal races of the regatta take place on Saturday. On day four, competition was intense as the final berths in each ten-boat, double-points medal race were decided. The United States will be represented in two medal races on Saturday, in the Men’s 49er and Nacra 17 classes. by Will Ricketson Posted on 28 Jan World Cup Series Miami - Grael and Kunze show their mettle on Day 4 World Cup Series Miami - Grael and Kunze show their mettle on Day 4 For Brazil's fourth day of 2017 World Cup Series Miami started on a sour note, with a 14th in a 16-boat 49erFX fleet. For Brazil's Martine Soffiati Grael and Kahena Kunze, the fourth day of the 2017 World Cup Series Miami presented by Sunbrella started on a sour note, with a 14th in a 16-boat 49erFX fleet. by Stuart Streuli Posted on 28 Jan Both experienced and untested U.S. boats excel in unpredictable Miami Both experienced and untested U.S. boats excel in unpredictable Miami Americans are battling inside top ten overall in seven of ten Olympic classes, with one more day of full-fleet action World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017) saw shifty conditions return to Biscayne Bay, but the world-renowned sailing venue nevertheless yielded up a full day of exciting racing. Americans are battling inside the top ten overall in seven of ten Olympic classes, with one more day of full-fleet action on Friday before the medal races take place on Saturday and Sunday by Will Ricketson Posted on 27 Jan Day 3 - Minimizing risk key to success on 'crazy' Biscayne Bay Day 3 - Minimizing risk key to success on 'crazy' Biscayne Bay For Swiss RS:X sailor Mateo Sanz Lanz, success on the third day of racing at the 2017 World Series Cup Miami For Swiss RS:X sailor Mateo Sanz Lanz, success on the third day of racing at the 2017 World Series Cup Miami presented by Sunbrella was as much about what he didn't do as what he did do. In a gusty and shifty northeasterly breeze that moved about like an over-caffeinated flyweight boxer, Lanz finished first, third and fourth in three races. by Stuart Streuli Posted on 27 Jan Yachting cartoonist Mike Peyton dies at 96 Yachting cartoonist Mike Peyton dies at 96 “The World’s Greatest Yachting Cartoonist” died on January 25, 2017 just five days after his 96th birthday. Mike Peyton, dubbed “The World’s Greatest Yachting Cartoonist”, died on January 25, 2017 just five days after his 96th birthday. A modest, shy man, he eschewed the spotlight and seemed unaware of the esteem which in sailors all around the world held him. by Paul Gelder Posted on 27 Jan World Cup Series - USA jumps upward in Radial, Laser and Men's 470 World Cup Series - USA jumps upward in Radial, Laser and Men's 470 American sailors are in the top ten in seven of ten classes at North America’s premier Olympic-class regatta. With the second of six days of racing completed at World Cup Series Miami 2017, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017) American sailors are in the top ten in seven of ten classes at North America’s premier Olympic-class regatta. by Will Ricketson Posted on 26 Jan Knocking off the rust on Day 2 of the World Series Cup Knocking off the rust on Day 2 of the World Series Cup Even sailors who committed in advance to another campaign traditionally take some time away from sport after Olympics Even sailors who have committed in advance to another campaign traditionally take some time away from the sport after the Olympics. The question is usually how much time is needed to refresh the batteries without getting too stale. Decades ago these hiatuses were usually measured in years. Now it’s more likely to be weeks or months. by Stuart Streuli Posted on 26 Jan World Cup Series - US sailors begin racing on home waters in Miami World Cup Series - US sailors begin racing on home waters in Miami Sailing can often be as much of a battle against the weather as it is a contest between athletes Sailing can often be as much of a battle against the weather as it is a contest between athletes, and the 450 top sailors assembled on Miami’s Biscayne Bay for World Cup Series Miami, Presented by Sunbrella (January 22-29, 2017) were quickly reminded of this on the first day of racing. With the wind direction often fluctuating across 25 degrees during races by Will Ricketson Posted on 25 Jan Sailing World Cup Miami - Rookies prove productive on Day 1 Sailing World Cup Miami - Rookies prove productive on Day 1 The French duo of Lucas Rual and Emile Amoros started the day with a pair of seconds before slipping to 16th The French duo of Lucas Rual and Emile Amoros started the day with a pair of seconds before slipping to 16th in the third race. With every team discarding its worst finish, Rual and Amoros have a one-point advantage in the overall standings over Dylan Fletcher-Scott and Stuart Bithell (GBR) and two points over Fred Strammer and Trevor Burd (USA) and the Lange brothers, Yago and Klaus (ARG). by Stuart Streuli Posted on 24 Jan To get to Tokyo, start in Miami- US Sailing Team begins 2020 mission To get to Tokyo, start in Miami- US Sailing Team begins 2020 mission US Sailing Team athletes joined over 400 competitors from 43 other nations for 28th running of Sailing World Cup Miami US Sailing Team athletes have joined over 400 competitors from 43 other nations for the 28th running of Sailing World Cup Miami (January 22-29, 2017), North America’s premier Olympic-level sailing competition. by Will Ricketson Posted on 24 Jan Evolving World Cup Series Miami Evolving World Cup Series Miami The first stage of 2017 World Cup Series sees over 400 sailors from 44 nations competing out of Regatta Park in Miami The first stage of the 2017 World Cup Series sees over 400 sailors from 44 nations competing out of Regatta Park in Coconut Grove, Miami, USA from 24-29 January with some exciting developments to further the experiences of not only the athletes, but for visiting spectators. by Richard Aspland Posted on 24 Jan World Sailing News - February 2017 and December 2016 World Sailing News - February 2017 and December 2016 Catch the latest World Sailing month video magazine - February 2017 edition Catch the latest World Sailing month video magazine - February 2017 edition is just out featuring a wrap-up of the main sailing events of the December-January period including Thomas Coville’s new world record; the 2016 AON Youth Worlds; Rolex Sydney Hobart, Vendee Globe updates and a spectacular 49er crash while training in 27kts plus and big seas. by Sail-World NZ Posted on 23 Jan NZ Bayleys Laser Nationals Day 4 - Nationwide storm seals results NZ Bayleys Laser Nationals Day 4 - Nationwide storm seals results The final day of the 2017 Laser Nationals at Lake Taupo dawned with strong Northerly winds and heavy rain The final day of the 2017 Laser Nationals at Lake Taupo dawned with strong Northerly winds and heavy rain from the weather system that affected most of NZ Sunday. China performed well taking five of the top nine paces overall in the Open Standard Rig fleet. by Nick Page Posted on 22 Jan Bayleys NZ Laser Nationals - McKenzie wins after blown out final day Bayleys NZ Laser Nationals - McKenzie wins after blown out final day The final day of the 2017 Bayleys Laser Nationals at Lake Taupo dawned with strong Northerly winds and heavy rain The final day of the 2017 Bayleys Laser Nationals at Lake Taupo dawned with strong Northerly winds and heavy rain from the weather system that affected most of NZ on Sunday. Contrary to the forecast the wind moderated a bit and the skies cleared as the morning progressed and the PRO and his team were out on the course looking to get the races started on time by Nick Page Posted on 22 Jan Bayleys Laser Nationals - Day 3 - Down to the wire on penultimate day Bayleys Laser Nationals - Day 3 - Down to the wire on penultimate day Day 3 of the Bayleys Laser Nationals started as forecast with a light , and much warmer, northerly breeze Day 3 of the Bayleys Laser Nationals started as forecast with a light , and much warmer, northerly breeze but this quickly freshened through the day providing a challenging gusty ands shifty offshore breeze for the later races. The race committee, led by PRO Gerald Martin from Napier, again did a fantastic job in testing conditions to set fair but challenging courses. by Nick Page Posted on 21 Jan
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