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Lysekil Women’s Match 2013 - Main sponsor announced
By Joakim Lund,
4:12 PM Sat 20 Apr 2013
Every summer Lysekil Women’s Match attracts the leading women match racing sailors in the world, coming to the beautiful and picturesque Swedish west coast. From now on, Thun Tankers is joining Preem as main sponsor for this successful event. ...
ISAF World Match Race Rankings May 2011
By International Sailing Federation,
12:13 AM Thu 19 May 2011
No change at the top of the Open Match Race Rankings but Lucy MacGregor (GBR) returns to the number one position of the Women's rankings. ...
For Team Tunnicliffe an even day on day 1 in Calpe, Spain
By Team Tunnicliffe,
11:28 AM Thu 6 May 2010
Anna Tunnicliffe reports on her team's progress at the XII International Women's Match Race Criterium. 'We won all of our pre-starts today, but one silly mistake per race cost us a lot. The disappointing part of the day was that they were big mistakes, but we learned from them, and hopefully will take the lessons learned forward. We had good races though, and we are learning the boats.' ...
Aust Women’s Match Racing Championship - Another perfect scorecard
By Jennifer Crooks,
8:41 PM Tue 1 Sep 2009
Australian Women’s Match Racing Championship - Souter and crew finish the day with another perfect scorecard.
The breeze swung quickly through to the south east at the end of Flight four, allowing four boats to put their spinnakers up shortly after their matches started. This change prompted the PRO to abandon those matches, relay the course and re-sail matches four and five of the flight ...
Match Racing Championship - Souter leads
By Jennifer Crooks,
8:11 PM Mon 31 Aug 2009
compasscard Australian Women’s Match Racing Championship day one report.
Racing commenced on time at 1015hrs with a course being set just west of Clarke Island. Breezes were consistent westerlies of 15 -18 knots throughout the morning and swung around to WNW after flight six. ...
Wot Chicks third at Annapolis following sudden death sail-off
By Lisa Ratcliff,
11:01 PM Tue 2 Jun 2009
Wot Chicks, finished third overall at the grade 1 BoatU.S Santa Maria Cup sailed in Annapolis after being forced into a sudden death situation.
At the outset the breeze made false promises with the practice day cancelled for the ten teams representing six countries as gusts above 24 knots whipped up the Severn River off the Eastport Yacht Club. ...
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