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It is all about the racing at the Club Marine Series.
By John Curnow, ,
7:31 AM Sun 21 Sep 2014 GMT
The arrival of the Notices of Race and online entry means Melbourne’s best and most competitive yacht racing is not far off. Round One of the seven-event day regatta is on October 11, 2014 to be precise. The season will end with the Round Seven finale on April 11, 2015, immediately after which there will be the presentations.
CYC Flinders Islet Race - Revised results
By Di Pearson, ,
5:56 AM Sun 21 Sep 2014 GMT
Tony Kirby’s Patrice has provisionally won the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s Flinders Islet Race, but due to an error in her rating certificate, it is believed a revised certificate, due from the UK on Tuesday, will leave her outside the top placings, paving the way for Victorian yacht, Shogun V.
2014 Pipe Opener - Huon yachts star on home waters
By Peter Campbell, ,
4:10 AM Sun 21 Sep 2014 GMT
2014 Pipe Opener - Huon Yacht Club boat Obsession, Stan Pickering’s Doven 30, became the 46th winner of the iconic Cock of the Huon on its home waters yesterday, heading a good day’s racing by local entrants.
2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships - Santander - Day 9 highlights
By ISAF, ,
3:47 AM Sun 21 Sep 2014 GMT
2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships - Santander - Austria's Lara Vadlau and Jolanta Ogar and Australia's Mat Belcher and Will Ryan stormed to gold in the Men's and Women's 470 as a capacity crowd watched the action unfold at the Santander 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships.
2014 Etchells North American Championship – Day 2
By Susan Kantor, ,
3:06 AM Sun 21 Sep 2014 GMT
2014 Etchells North American Championship - It could be anyone’s regatta in the third and final day of the International Etchells Class North American Championship on Sunday. With two races to go, the top eight teams just nine points apart and four teams tied for second place, tomorrow’s races will decide who is the top Etchells team in North America.
ISAF Sailing Worlds - Belcher writes sailing history in Santander
By Cora Zillich, ,
9:13 PM Sat 20 Sep 2014 GMT
Olympic champion Mat Belcher and Will Ryan have won the ISAF Sailing World Championship in the Men’s 470 -- the Men’s Two Person Dinghy on the penultimate day of the regatta (Saturday, 20 September). This is Australia’s second medal at these World Championships after Tom Burton (NSW) claimed Australia’s first medal of the ISAF Sailing World Championships – a silver in the Laser class on Thursday.
470 Men and Women Worlds - Champions decided in Santander
By International 470 Class Association, ,
8:49 PM Sat 20 Sep 2014 GMT
At the 470 Men and Women World Championships, the air was thick with expectation as the teams prepared in the boat park under the eyes of hordes of spectators gathered and watching from the elevated Duna grandstand. A unique sight to witness as the 470 Medal Races took prime time today here in Santander as they got underway in a light 7-8 knot breeze.
ISAF Sailing Worlds, Santander: 49er and Nacra 17 world titles claimed
By ISAF, ,
8:31 PM Sat 20 Sep 2014 GMT
The 49er and Nacra 17 world titles were snapped up with a day to spare at the Santander 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships as the final Medal Race spots were decided in the remaining four classes competing. Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (NZL), in the 49er, and Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA), in the Nacra 17, both took their second consecutive world title after dominant displays in Santander.
ISAF Sailing Worlds, Santander: Scott all set to lift Finn world title
By Robert Deaves, ,
7:28 PM Sat 20 Sep 2014 GMT
The 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships in Santander came full circle on Saturday with the last of the fleet racing series abandoned in almost identical conditions that led to the abandonment of Monday's racing, six days ago. Since then one man has dominated the fleet and has built a 20 point lead, never scoring worse than fourth in any of the eight races sailed.