sail-world.com -- News - 2001 One Ton Cup Mon, 3 Sep 2001 at 09:00 to Sat, 8 Sep 2001
One Ton Cup Day 4 & Overall Results
By Joseph Monnier, Pwllheli, Wales ,
7:55 AM Mon 10 Sep 2001
There were only half the number of boats that challenged the One Ton Cup one year ago, but what a competition! ...
One Ton Cup Update after 11 races
By Joseph Monnier, Pwllheli ,
6:40 AM Sun 9 Sep 2001
All six boats tended
to cross the finishing line within ten seconds, and each of the crews could easily win most of one design inshore sailing races ...
Nothing can be done against Atalanti X - One Ton Cup
By Joseph Monnier, South Africa ,
5:42 AM Sat 8 Sep 2001
This morning’s changing sky turned to sun, Gavin Brady’s (Atalanti X) superiority was already clear and went stronger throughout the four races of the day without being
disturbed by the moves in middle-ranking. ...
One Ton Cup
By J. MONNIER, France ,
4:34 AM Fri 24 Aug 2001
Created in 1899 by the Cercle de la Voile de Paris, the One Ton Cup is the oldest and the most prestigious French trophy in yachting sport. Although Sweden leads the
score with 13 victories, the One Ton Cup is initially a matter of rivalry between British and French yachtsmen ...
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