sail-world.com -- News - 2005 OK Dinghy WorldsSat, 23 Jul 2005 to Sat, 30 Jul 2005
OK Worlds Day 5: No Racing
By Robert Deaves, Denmark ,
8:17 AM Sat 30 Jul 2005
We all know that sailors love to talk about the weather, but today in Skælskør, Denmark at the OK Dinghy World Championships, that was all they could do. ...
Britain leads OK Worlds
By Robert Deaves, Skæskør, DEN ,
4:27 AM Tue 26 Jul 2005
Overnight leader Nick Craig (GBR) described the day as ‘very,very tricky’ with a strong current flowing up the course causing a large number of general recalls and the many wind shifts causing postponements while the course was reset. ...
OK Worlds head to Denmark
By Robert Deaves,
7:51 AM Wed 20 Jul 2005
The venue for the 43rd OK Dinghy World Championships, which starts this Saturday and runs until 30th July, is Skælskør, about 110 km west of Copenhagen on Sjælland, Denmark’s largest island. ...
Kiwi Optimist sailors meet the America's Cup
By Hamish Willcox + Richard Gladwell, Spain+ New Zealand ,
7:21 PM Tue 19 Jul 2005
The New Zealand Optimist team has spent the past few weeks in training for the 2005 World Championships. ...
Day 3 Danish OK Nationals - Top Kiwi is fourth
By Richard Gladwell, Devonport, NZL ,
6:13 PM Mon 18 Jul 2005
Kiwi OK sailor, Mark Perrow from Wakatere Boating Club has won the final race and finished in fourth place in the Danish OK Nationals, sailed in Bisserup, Denmark. ...
British sailor takes over lead in Danish OK Titles
By Mark Perrow + Richard Gladwell, Denmark + Devonport NZL ,
8:38 PM Sun 17 Jul 2005
The lead has been taken by GBR's Nick Craig, runner up in the 2004 World Championships with the first day leader, Jorgen Lindhardtsen now lying second overall. ...
Kiwi OK sailor second in Germany
By Robert Deaves (GBR) + Richard Gladwell, Germany and Auckland ,
7:27 PM Tue 12 Jul 2005
New Zealand OK sailor Greg Wilcox has finished second in Warnemünder Woche sailed in Germany. ...
Large Kiwi team for OK Worlds
By Richard Gladwell, Devonport NZL ,
8:33 PM Wed 29 Jun 2005
Ten Kiwi OK Dinghy sailors are headed for Europe to compete in the 2005 OK Worlds ...
Victorian brothers battle for OK title
By Bob Chapman/Sail-World,
7:41 AM Mon 11 Apr 2005
The 43rd Australian Championship for the International OK Dinghy Class was sailed on Lake Macquarie and hosted by Belmont 16ft Sailing Club over the Easter weekend. ...
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