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ISAF Sailing World Cup: Kiwis chase 49er medal at DeltaLloyd Regatta By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ and Sail-World, 6:29 AM Sun 30 May 2010
New Zealand is in the medal race line up in the 49er and the Men’s RS:X for the final day of 2010 Delta Lloyd Regatta in the Netherlands – round five of the ISAF Sailing World Cup. A medal for Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in the 49er will be secured if the pair have a solid final race. ...[more]


Semaine Olympique Francaise - Sara Winther's final report By Sara Winther, Portsmouth , 10:52 AM Wed 5 May 2010
Since last update we have had some drama in the radial fleet! The day after my last update we were scheduled to go out and do one race, to finish qualifying, come back ashore and be split into gold and silver then go back out and do some more races. ...[more]


French Olympic Sailing Week concludes - two top six for NZL By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, , 5:29 AM Sat 1 May 2010
Sara Winther has finished fifth, and Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie have finished sixth at 2010 French Olympic Sailing Week which wrapped up overnight after six days of competition in Hyeres, France. The final day of the regatta, like the previous five, tested sailors with light and shifty winds. Only the top ten medal races were sailed, and the remaining New Zealand sailors’ final positions were d ...[more]


Two Kiwis crack top seven on penultimate day at SOF, Hyeres By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 9:03 AM Fri 30 Apr 2010
With just one day of racing to go at 2010 French Olympic Sailing Week, New Zealand crews are in the top seven in both the Laser Radial and the Women’s 470 events. Sara Winther retains fifth in the Radial fleet, while Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie have shot up the board into seventh in the double-hander. ...[more]


Women's Match Racing to see its busiest year yet By WIMRA Media, 3:52 PM Wed 28 Apr 2010
With nearly 80 events on the WIMRA calendar, the organization is increasing events at an astonishing rate with less than a dozen events at its inception in 1996, to its current calendar of almost 80 events worldwide. Events are continually added to the WIMRA calendar and 2010 is shaping up to be the best racing year yet. ...[more]


Semaine Olympique Francais -More lights airs and mixed results By Jodie Bakewell-White, , 6:13 AM Wed 28 Apr 2010
Sailors waited for wind on day three of 2010 French Olympic Sailing Week on now in Hyeres, France. Racing got underway around 2pm local time and all the kiwis competing completed at least one race, while the women’s match racers completed their round robin. ...[more]


French Olympic Sailing Week – Aleh and Powrie open well By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 8:36 AM Tue 27 Apr 2010
After a second day of light winds in Hyeres, France all fleets with kiwi representatives now have racing underway at 2010 French Olympic Sailing Week. The best placed of the twelve New Zealand entries are currently Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie in the Women’s 470 event. In their opening race of the series the pair crossed the finish in second place ...[more]


Silver Sails reports from Chicago By Silver Sails Media, 8:03 PM Tue 20 Apr 2010
One of the New Zealand Women’s Match-Racing crews report: We've finished a four day training clinic (E6m) with three American female teams at the Chicago Match Race Centre. We were able to train each of the four days. The locals told us that we couldn't be luckier with the weather however, we thought that if it got any colder the snow would definitely fall ...[more]


America's Cup racers take out Harken Young 88 National Champs By Zoe Hawkins, 8:05 PM Sun 18 Apr 2010
What do professional America’s Cup sailors do on a weekend off? They go yacht racing, of course, in the eleventh Harken Young 88 National Championships. A contingent of sailors from Emirates Team New Zealand, helmed by Jeremy Lomas, won the Young 88 National Championships organised by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and sailed off Auckland this weekend. ...[more]


Twenty crews face off in the Harken Young 88 Nationals, this weekend By Zoe Hawkins, 8:51 AM Fri 16 Apr 2010
When the Young 88 fleet gathers for its annual national championship event, you can guarantee a fleet packed with sailors who are not only amongst the best in the country, but the very best in the world. Twenty boats will contest the Harken Young 88 National Championships taking place this weekend, 17-18 April in Auckland. The winning skipper and crew will be considered one of the very best sail ...[more]


Overseas competitors dominate first four days of NZ Optimist Nationals By Richard Gladwell, 5:38 AM Mon 5 Apr 2010
Eight countries are represented by 196 sailors competing in the Toyota Optimist Nationals, being staged at Mercury Bay, Whitianga on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsular, New Zealand, 50nm east of Auckland in straight line. After seven races have been sailed in the regatta which is being dominated by Jayvee Buchanan (Charteris Bay, Christchurch and Murrays Bay, Auckland) who has won five ...[more]


Images from Palma: Final day by Richard Langdon By Richard Langdon, 6:45 AM Sat 3 Apr 2010
Top international photographer, Richard Langdon (GBR) was at the Princess Sofia Regatta, Palma and provided this gallery of images from the final day in which Britain and France won five medals each. ...[more]


Princess Sofia: France and Great Britain win five medals each in Palma By Neus Jordi - Prensa Sofía, 6:28 AM Sat 3 Apr 2010
France and Great Britain led the new edition of the Sofia Mapfre with five medals for each country. Besides, the French returned home with two golds, one in 470 men and the other in 49er. Spain and The Netherlands also won four medals. ...[more]


Excitement guaranteed for the Medal Races at the Sofia Mapfre By Neus Jordi - Prensa Sofía, Palma, ESP , 7:32 AM Fri 2 Apr 2010
Another day of changing winds in the bay of Palma decided the top 10 sailors that will sail the medal race. Sailors were faced again with difficult weather conditions in the bay of Palma. NW conditions, 8 to 12 knots, and many wind shifts put all competitors to the test. ...[more]


Optimist Nationals start Friday at Mercury Bay By Richard Gladwell, 7:14 AM Fri 2 Apr 2010
Racing gets underway in the 2010 Toyota Optimist Championships on Friday 2 April. The event is being staged at Mercury Bay Boating Club, Whitianga There is a Twitter feed running on the regatta website ...[more]


Princess Sofia Trophy: Four kiwis in medal contention – one race to go By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 5:47 AM Fri 2 Apr 2010
Four NZL Sailing Team representatives have made the top ten cut and will sail in tomorrow’s medal races at Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia MAPFRE 2010 Regattanow reaching it’s conclusion in Palma de Majorca, Spain. All four who have qualified for the double points medal race sail off are lying in the top five of their fleet. ...[more]


NZers steady in the changing breezes of Princess Sofia Trophy at Palma By Neus Jordi and Richard Gladwell, 5:40 AM Thu 1 Apr 2010
The weather conditions divided the day in two halves. The morning began with NW wind, 15 knots and at around 2 pm, the wind dropped and all classes were postponed. The fleet could race again in the afternoon with W wind, 8 knots. An outstanding day in Laser Mens for Javier Hernández who has climbed up to the top of the class standings. The New Zealand Olympic squad had a reasonably good day. ...[more]


Images from Day 3 of the Princess Sofia Trophy Regatta By Nico Martinez, 6:46 AM Wed 31 Mar 2010
Top international photographer, Nico Martinez provides this gallery of images from the third day of racing in the big breeze (30kts plus) at the princess Sofia Regatta, in Palma Mallorjca, ESP ...[more]


Extreme conditions dominate Day 3 at Princess Sofia Trophy By Neus Jordi, 6:40 AM Wed 31 Mar 2010
Finally, after a morning with up to 30 knots of wind and big waves, only the Women's Match Race and the RS:X Men and Women sailed in the afternoon. The remaining classes participating at the 41 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofía Mapfre, event of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, could not sail after being postponed ashore. ...[more]


Ashley moves to share lead after Day 3 of Princess Sofia Trophy By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 6:23 AM Wed 31 Mar 2010
After two days of light winds the bay of Palma turned on winds gusting up to 30 knots on day three of Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia MAPFRE 2010 Regatta in Palma de Majorca, Spain. Racing was postponed for all fleets until a start was possible mid afternoon for the RS:X Men and Women, while the single-handed and double-handed dinghies didn’t race at all today. ...[more]


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