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Another Challenging Day in Palma for Canadian Sailing Team By Canadian Yachting Association, Kingston, ON , 12:23 AM Fri 8 Apr 2011
The conditions for the third day of racing here in Palma were much the same as day 2, only with a few more variables thrown in, a little less wind velocity on average, and the odd sad face as the Gold Fleet splits came into play for classes sailing in split fleets. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia day 3 update from Andrew Campbell By Andrew Campbell, 5:40 PM Thu 7 Apr 2011
After a short postponement on shore today we were rushed out to the racecourse to try and get one race off in a fading northeasterly. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia - Nailbiting Day 3 for Team Tunnicliffe By Anna Tunnicliffe, 9:27 AM Thu 7 Apr 2011
Today was another great day of racing in Palma for Team Tunnicliffe. We won our three races to make our gold round score 3-0. We are tied with France’s Claire Leroy who also won all three of her matches today. Tomorrow we will sail the last two races of the round, thus sorting out the seeding, before starting the quarterfinals later in the afternoon. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Finn class - Ainslie clings to lead By Robert Deaves, 8:31 AM Thu 7 Apr 2011
Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Mapfre day three featured unstable winds and large shifts. Day three brought another postponement for the Finn class as the land breeze died, but today the postponement stretched into the afternoon before the sea breeze built enough to allow racing to start. The fleet finally got away in 8 to 11 knots just after 14.00 after a very long wait on the water. ...[more]


Princess Sofia Trophy day 3 US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics overview By Dana Paxton, 6:00 AM Thu 7 Apr 2011
At the mid-way point for Princess Sofia Trophy, US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics continued to solidify results despite some challenging conditions in Palma de Mallorca. ...[more]


Trofeo S.A.R. Princess Sofia Mapfre - Tight at the top after third day By ISAF, 5:45 AM Thu 7 Apr 2011
Trofeo S.A.R. Princess Sofia Mapfre - It was another enthralling day's racing at the 42nd Trofeo S.A.R. Princess Sofia Mapfre, the third of seven regattas on the ISAF Sailing World Cup series, in Palma, Spain. ...[more]


Princess Sofia Trophy - GBR's Olympic champions hit back By Lindsey Bell, 5:37 AM Thu 7 Apr 2011
The ISAF Sailing World Cup series event in Palma sees Britain’s Beijing gold medal-winning sailors Ben Ainslie, Paul Goodison and Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson lead their respective classes at the halfway stage today. ...[more]


Australian sailors continue excel at the Sailing World Cup in Spain By Craig Heydon, 11:28 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
Australian sailors have continued their strong run at the third round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Spain with Tom Slingsby, Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page, and Brendan Casey the stand out performers on day two. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa - Team Tunnicliffe update By Anna Tunnicliffe, 10:25 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
42nd Trofeo SAR Princesa - It was a successful day of racing for us as we wrapped up the first round of racing with a 7-0 record. This means that we qualified for the gold fleet. Tomorrow we will sail a seeding round for the quarterfinals. The gold fleet is initially made up of the top two teams from groups A, B, and C and then included will be the top two teams from the repecharge fleet. ...[more]


Princess Sophia - 2 Races, 2 Different Breeze Conditions for Canada By Canadian Yachting Association, Kingston, ON , 8:54 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
The day started off promising with 8-12 knots from the NE, but the forecasters were saying all sorts of things about dying breeze, building sea-breeze and a mirage of other potential scenarios. As it all turned out we had two distinctive days. Day one saw us race in 12 to 6 knots, yes slowly diminishing towards the finish. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia day two fight back for Ainslie By Robert Deaves, 8:08 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
Day two of the Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia brought an early postponement and some tricky races. Day two in Palma started with the calm after the storm - lots of sore legs and tired arms after Monday’s strong winds and waiting around in the sunshine as all classes were postponed ashore waiting for the wind to arrive. ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Women's Match Racing stage one completed By WIMRA, 6:43 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
42nd Trofeo SAR Princesa - After a long day on the water stage one was completed for the Women's Match Racing in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Advancing to the Gold Group are the three undefeated teams (Silja Lehtinen-FIN, Sally Barkow-USA and Anna Tunnicliffe-USA) and the three second place teams in each group (Claire Leroy-FRA, Silke Hahlbrock-GER, and Lucy Macgregor-GBR). ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia day two tricky conditions By Corinne Rolland-McKenzie, 6:23 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
42nd Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia - The second day of racing in Palma offered the 1000 sailors racing in the 10 Olympic classes and the 2.4 Paralympic events, tricky conditions with moderate and shifty winds ...[more]


Trofero SAR Princesa Sofia - GBR’s Olympic Champions hit back By Lindsey Bell, 4:48 AM Wed 6 Apr 2011
A change of conditions on Tuesday’s second day of the Princess Sofia Trophy in Palma brought mixed fortunes for Britain’s sailors. ...[more]


42 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Mapfre Finn class early lead to Scott By Robert Deaves, 7:30 AM Tue 5 Apr 2011
After winning both races Giles Scott (GBR) took the early lead. Other race wins went to Tapio Nirkko (FIN) and Pieter-Jan Postma (NED). The large entry meant that the fleet was split into two groups – yellow and blue. Top Russian sailor Eduard Skornyakov (RUS) had problems with halyard lock on his mast and had to stop just after start. ...[more]


42nd SAR Princess Sofia - Skandia Team GBR crews find pace By Lindsey Bell, 4:48 AM Tue 5 Apr 2011
At the SAR Princesa Sofia, Skandia Team GBR members set their pace on a windy first day. ...[more]


42nd Princesa Sofia Trofeo - Team Tunnicliffe update By Anna Tunnicliffe, 9:27 AM Mon 4 Apr 2011
Team Tunnicliffe update - Racing starts tomorrow at the third stop on the ISAF World Cup Circuit, the Princess Sofia Trophy Regatta here in Palma, Spain. ...[more]


42nd Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mapfre regatta starts in Palma 4th April By Corinne Rolland-McKenzie, 7:57 AM Mon 4 Apr 2011
The 42nd Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mapfre regatta is set to get underway tomorrow, Monday 4th April, in Palma. 10 Olympic events and the paralympic 2.4 are all included. ...[more]


World Champions Percy and Simpson start 2012 preparations By Lindsey Bell, 2:43 AM Mon 4 Apr 2011
British sailing’s Olympic and World Champions Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson prepare to race at the next leg of the ISAF Sailing World Cup series starting in Palma, Majorca, on Monday 4th April ...[more]


Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Mapfre - Women's Match Racing preview By WIMRA, 5:41 AM Sat 2 Apr 2011
Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Mapfre - The Women's Match Racing title brings twenty-four teams from eighteen countries to Palma de Mallorca, Spain to compete. In addition to the individual event title, the teams are competing for the overall ISAF Sailing World Cup 2010-2011 (SWC) title. ...[more]


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