sail-world.com -- News - 2004 Olympic Star Double Handed KeelboatFri, 20 Aug 2004
Olympics:Star Final Results
2:25 AM Sun 29 Aug 2004
Brazilian Torben Grael won Gold from Canada and France. Australian's Colin Beashel and David Giles were 15th overall. ...
Grael wins Olympic Stars with a day to spare
By Bob Ross,
4:31 AM Fri 27 Aug 2004
Brazilians Torben Grael and Marcelo Ferreira, who showed an uncanny ability throughout the regatta to pick the wind shifts, with an 11th in race nine and fourth in race 10, today won the Star class without having to start in race 11 on Saturday. ...
Olympic Star Results with a race to go
3:12 AM Fri 27 Aug 2004
Brazilian Torben Grael has won Gold, second with a race to go is France, Canada third. Australian's Beashel and Giles are 12th. ...
Olympics:Bad day for Australian Stars
By Bob Ross,
2:17 AM Thu 26 Aug 2004
Australians Colin Beashel and David Giles had a bad day in the Star class, finishing 11th in race seven and 17th (second last) in race eight. ...
Olympic Star Results after six races
3:17 AM Wed 25 Aug 2004
Torben Grael from Brazil continues to hold the lead from Canada,with American Paul Cayard now third. Australian's Colin Beashel and David Giles are nineth. ...
Olympics Star: Australians improving
By Bob Ross,
4:38 AM Tue 24 Aug 2004
The Australians Colin Beashel and David Giles had their best race so far, finishing fourth after leading at the end of the first run and holding second place around the next three marks. ...
Olympic Star Results after four races
4:36 AM Mon 23 Aug 2004
Brazilian Torben Grael leads from Denmark and Switzerland. Australian's Beashel and Giles had a DSQ today and are 10th. Bromby is 16th and Loof last. ...
Olympics Star Day One Results
3:18 AM Sun 22 Aug 2004
American Paul Cayard started best on Day One, ahead of the Brazilian Torben Grael. A reasonable start for Australian's Beashel and Giles, with Loof and Bromby behind them. Results here. ...
Star Olympic preview
By Courtesy ISAF,
8:00 AM Tue 10 Aug 2004
The Star Class keelboat is the longest included of all the Olympic Equipment, being first used in the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. ...
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