sail-world.com -- News - 2010 Audi Hamilton Race Week
Whitsundays Fri, 20 Aug 2010 to Sat, 28 Aug 2010
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - Just seconds the difference
By Lisa Ratcliff,
2:23 AM Mon 30 Aug 2010
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - The closest divisional battle was within IRC Passage 2 where Harvey Milne’s Archambault 31 Aroona from Sydney and the Matthew Owen skippered BH36 Local Hero, racing with a majority ACT crew, fought tooth and nail for seven days over nine races to finish a point apart. ...
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - The final cruising encounter
By Lisa Ratclff,
2:13 AM Mon 30 Aug 2010
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - The large contingent of cruising boats once again provided the colour and spectacle, particularly in today’s Lindeman Island Race when 200 strong fleet split into their respective divisions and set off from the same extended starting line off Hamilton Island’s Catseye Bay. ...
Loki crowned the new Audi IRC Australian champion
By Di Pearson,
6:17 PM Sat 28 Aug 2010
In the closest ever finish in the four year history of the Audi IRC Australian Championship, Stephen Ainsworth’s Reichel Pugh 63 Loki and Harvey Milne’s Archambault 32 Aroona went-blow-for-blow in the fourth and final event at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week to decide the winner, and this afternoon, Ainsworth received Australia’s richest prize in sailing. ...
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - Saving the best for last
By Lisa Ratcliff,
3:55 PM Sat 28 Aug 2010
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week saved the best for last with the sun lighting up the turquoise waters and the breezy trade winds bringing the fleet home from the Lindeman Island Race in super quick time to close the curtain on the 27th edition that attracted a strong fleet of 200 boats. ...
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2010 - Clear Air wins again
By Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team,
1:50 PM Sat 28 Aug 2010
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2010 – The Grand Prix handicap fleet winners at Hamilton Island tend to be the very well raced boat that happens to have a size/speed gap that gives it the cleanest air. ...
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