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Predictwind: Tracking Cyclone Lusi Update 2: Storm due late Friday By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 10:34 PM Fri 14 Mar 2014
Tropical Cyclone Lusi is predicted to hit New Zealand, on Friday and is expected to bring strong winds and much needed rain to the top of the North Island. In these four sets of images we show the path of the storm and how you can check its progress and strength using Predictwind's functions on your mobile or laptop ...[more]


Predictwind: Tracking Cyclone Lusi as she hits New Zealand By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 6:39 AM Fri 14 Mar 2014
Tropical Cyclone Lusi is predicted to hit New Zealand, on Friday and is expected to bring strong winds and much needed rain to the top of the North Island. In these four sets of images we show the path of the storm and how you can check its progress and strength ...[more]


Fast foils-a conversation with Paul Bieker, part two By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 7:16 AM Sat 8 Mar 2014
Paul Bieker is one of the core designers credited with 'super-charging' Oracle Team USA’s 'USA 17' last September during the 34th America's Cup. I recently caught up with Bieker at a local Seattle pub for part two of this two-part interview to get his thoughts on how AC34 was won, his design role for AC35, as well as his thoughts on the future of America’s Cup Racing. ...[more]


America's Cup- Fast foils-a conversation with Paul Bieker, part I By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 6:35 AM Mon 3 Mar 2014
Paul Bieker is one of the core designers credited with 'super-charging' Oracle Team USA’s 'USA 17' last September during the 34th America's Cup. I recently caught up with Bieker at a local Seattle pub for part one of this two-part interview to get his thoughts on how AC34 was won, his design role for AC35, as well as his thoughts on the future of America’s Cup Racing. ...[more]


America's Cup: CNN Mainsail Down Under on the state of the Cup By CNN Mainsail, , 4:04 PM Sun 19 Jan 2014
Shirley Robertson and the CNN Mainsail team have been Down Under in December and filed these three video reports on the state of the America's Cup programs in New Zealand and Australia. Hear from Emirates Team NZ's Grant Dalton and Dean Barker, plus top international commentator, Peter Montgomery. She also visits Team Australia principal , Sandy Oatley, and the CEO, Iain Murray ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson goes one on one with Jimmy Spithill (Part 5) By ISAF Media, , 8:36 AM Thu 16 Jan 2014
Jobson Meets Spithill - From an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. Part 5 of a five part intreview ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson goes one on one with Jimmy Spithill (Part 4) By ISAF Media, , 10:58 AM Wed 15 Jan 2014
Jobson Meets Spithill - From an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. Part 4 of a five part intreview ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson goes one on one with Jimmy Spithill (Part 3) By ISAF Media, , 12:44 AM Tue 14 Jan 2014
Jobson Meets Spithill - From an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson One on One with Spithill (Part 2) By ISAF, , 3:51 AM Sun 12 Jan 2014
Insight from an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. Offering a fascinating look into the 2013 America's Cup, Jobson and Spithill analyse what went down in San Francisco, USA. ...[more]


America's Cup:Gary Jobson goes One on One with Jimmy Spithill By ISAF, Southampton, England , 7:49 PM Sat 11 Jan 2014
ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson, won the America's Cup in 1977 as tactician for Ted Turner and has turned his hand to become a leading America's Cup commentator, including for the 34th America's Cup. In this five part series, Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. The five part series will be published on the ISAF website during January 2014 ...[more]


America's Cup: Rod Davis - still looking for answers after Cup defeat By Richard Gladwell, , 10:51 AM Mon 6 Jan 2014
Emirates Team NZ coach, Rod Davis, admits he is still a bit stunned, three months after the conclusion of the 34th America’s Cup, and the shock loss by the Challenger, after being on Match Point. Part of the post-Cup frustration-relief therapy is to go sailboat racing every chance he can - and by is own admission, that is a lot of sailing at present. ...[more]


America's Cup: Russell Coutts on the 34th and 35th America's Cups By Sail-World, , 1:02 PM Wed 1 Jan 2014
After their win in the 34th America's Cup, Oracle Team USA CEO, Russell Coutts was interviewed by leading NZ sports broadcaster, Murray Deaker. Deaker's career was punctuated with many incidents. One of those was his founding of the Black Heart campaign. Ten years later the two adversaries met by accident, and this interview broadcast, first broadcast in his weekly TV show, was the result. ...[more]


Rolex Sydney Hobart: Southerly change expected to hit at midnight By Richard Gladwell, , 10:32 AM Sat 28 Dec 2013
The long predicted southerly change for the 2013 Rolex Sydney Hobart race is expected to hit all areas around 11.00pm Saturday night. Until then the fleet will experience hard running conditions of 20-30kts from the north, slowly switching to the NW, before quickly clocking around to a south westerly direction. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne: Lighter breezes for Day 2 By Richard Gladwell, 10:12 AM Tue 3 Dec 2013
Melbourne looks set to turn on a smorgasbord of breezes for the second day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne. In the three locations monitored by Predictwind.com the forecasts are shown as being significantly different. That story is repeated in the general forecasting issued for the City. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup, Melbourne: Fresh breeze, flat water for Day 1 By Richard Gladwell, 10:36 AM Mon 2 Dec 2013
The first day of racing in the ISAF Sailing World Cup, Melbourne looks set to get underway in very testing conditions. First starts of the day are the Mens and Womens 470, along with the Mens Laser and Laser 4.7 classes. They are scheduled to get underway at noon. The other fleets start at 3.00pm with the Finn, Paralympic classes, and Laser competing. ...[more]


America's Cup: Where to now, for Artemis? Iain Percy gives the answers By Pierre Orphanidis, 6:21 AM Thu 21 Nov 2013
Iain Percy, the three-time British Olympic medalist is in Puerto Calero, calling tactics for Torbjörn Törnqvist oboard Artemis Racing at the RC44 World Championship. European sailing website vsail.info's Pierre Orphanidis caught up with Percy and talked about his new role as Team Manager and the present and future of the team and the America’s Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: The Comeback - Video By Sail-World, 12:43 PM Tue 19 Nov 2013
Oracle Team USA, winners of the 34th America's Cup present a video compilation of the team's comeback to win one of the closest regattas in America's Cup regatta. Duration over 9 minutes. Enjoy! ...[more]


America’s Cup 35 - Slingsby re-signs with Oracle Team USA By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World team, 6:49 PM Thu 14 Nov 2013
Australian 2012 Olympic Laser Gold Medallist, 2010 World Sailor of the year and highly regard America’s Cup strategist Tom Slingsby has confirmed today to Sail-World that he had re-signed with the Oracle Team USA for the 35th America’s Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: Martin Tasker shaves it off for Movember By Sail-World, 8:14 PM Thu 31 Oct 2013
One of the icon's of TV sailing and sports news, Martin Tasker, is doing his bit for Movember. That's when all sorts of normal males take leave of their senses and sprout facial hair for charity. Martin's making a clean start after the 34th's America's Cup and is shaving off his 'moustache' for a good cause. Or, should he not grow it back? ...[more]


America's Cup: Dutch take no further action against de Ridder By Richard Gladwell, 6:27 AM Sat 26 Oct 2013
No further action will be taken against Dirk de Ridder (NED) after his suspension from the 34th America's Cup) following an adverse report by the International Jury during the 34th America's Cup. Dirk de Ridder (wing trimmer on Oracle Team USA) was excluded from the Americas's Cup Regatta. A shore crew member was also suspended fro the whole regatta, and another sailing crew member was suspended ...[more]


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