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ISAF Sailing World Cup-Sail Melbourne - Enter Now By ISAF Sailing World Cup - Melbourne, , 5:35 PM Sun 10 Nov 2013
The 2013 ISAF Sailing World Cup - Melbourne Olympic and Invited Classes Notice of Race is online and entries are still being accepted for the Sail Melbourne Invited Classes and as well as the Sailing World Cup fleet. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne - Entry deadline looming By Rob Kothe, , 7:02 PM Tue 29 Oct 2013
From first to 8th December 2013 the ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne returns to Sandringham Yacht Club on Port Phillip, bringing together some of the world's top Olympic and Paralympic class competitors along with a host of Invited class sailors. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne - Strong fields and more to come By Elisha Keating, 5:55 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
News this week that the entire Australian Sailing Team and development squad, with five Olympic Gold Medallists and three silver medallists in their ranks, will be contesting classes at ISAF Sailing World Cup - Melbourne. The Melbourne event forms the second leg of the global ISAF Sailing World Cup Series and is run in conjunction with the iconic Sail Melbourne regatta, from December 1st to ei ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup-Sail Melbourne - Entries open. By ISAF Sailing World Cup - Melbourne, 2:12 PM Mon 12 Aug 2013
Following last week’s launch of the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Melbourne Olympic class entries, the Notice of Race is now online and entries are now being accepted for the Sail Melbourne Invited Classes. ...[more]


2013 ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne - Notice of Race published By Elisha Keating, 6:11 AM Thu 1 Aug 2013
The Notice of Race is now online and entries are now being accepted for ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne, which is the second regatta of the 2013-2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup series. The regatta will run out of the world acclaimed Sandringham Yacht Club in Melbourne Australia, from the 1st-8th December 2013. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sailors unhappy with new racing format By SailCoach, 12:38 PM Mon 6 May 2013
ISAF Sailing World Cup new racing format has been tested over the last three events. The sailors are not happy. Robert Scheidt, Marit Bouwmeester, Giles Scott, Pieter-jan Postma and Vasilij Zbogar talk about the new format. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne 2012 – Road to Rio 2016 begins at Sandringham YC By Lauren Garnet, Australia , 12:25 PM Tue 18 Dec 2012
The successful hosting of the Sail Melbourne 2012, Australia’s premier sailing event, officially kick-started a long and grueling journey towards the 2016 Rio Olympics. The first leg of ISAF Sailing World Cup drew more than 400 sailors from 27 countries as they engaged in a weeklong battle for a spot on the podium from December 2 to 8 at Sandringham Yacht Club. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne: A big day for the Invited classes By John Curnow, 7:38 PM Sun 9 Dec 2012
There was lots of racing for the invited classes and big winds to match the big day on Saturday for the final session of Sail Melbourne. The Men’s Gold fleet of top ten Kiteboarders had a repecharge system to work through in the morning. Ultimately, Canada’s Adam Vance and Turkey’s Salih Cakir met the top pair of Florian Gruber and Torrin Bright in the final. ...[more]


ISAF World Cup: Winds blow strong for Medal Races at Sail Melbourne By John Curnow, 8:15 PM Sat 8 Dec 2012
It had been blowing from the South at various angles and strengths all week, so it seemed only appropriate that for the Gold Medal race day, Melbourne should turn on the hot Northerlies. For the afternoon it would be between 18 to 26 knots with the occasional gust hitting about 30. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Light and variable day 5 on Port Phillip Bay By John Curnow, , 1:05 AM Sat 8 Dec 2012
At the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne, given that it was classic light and variable conditions with 5-10 knots from the Nor’east before racing began, through to the Sou’east, Race Management did well to get as much racing in on Friday on Port Phillip Bay. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Aussies have major medal haul in their crosshairs By Craig Heydon, , 12:55 AM Sat 8 Dec 2012
At the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne, Aussie sailors will seek to bring home a major medal haul following a number of good performances on the penultimate day of racing on Port Phillip Bay. Belcher and Ryan continued their great run on Friday with another three wins making it nine from nine, with the pair opening up a 19 point lead over second place heading into the final. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Invited classes finally in full-blast on day 5 By John Curnow, 2:31 PM Fri 7 Dec 2012
Sail Melbourne 2012 finally saw full-throttle action in the invited classes as contenders in International Cadets, Optimist, and OK Dinghies took the spotlight in the fourth day of sailing competition in the first leg of ISAF Sailing World Cup on Port Philip. The International Cadets sailors are looking to get some morale-booster before their National Championship kicks off on Dec. 22 and the Worl ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Crews greeted by light conditions on day 4 + Video By Craig Heydon, , 1:58 AM Fri 7 Dec 2012
At the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne, following days of strong winds, crews were greeted by light conditions on day four. The 49erFX and 49er fleets were first in action on Thursday after missing two days due to the strong winds. ...[more]


ISAF World Cup: Images from Sail Melbourne By Jeff Crow, 6:51 AM Thu 6 Dec 2012
Top photographer, Jeff Crow, was on hand to capture these images from Day 3 of Sail Melbourne - opening round in the ISAF World Cup for 2013. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Aussies unstoppable on Day 3 By Craig Heydon, 2:40 AM Thu 6 Dec 2012
On day three of the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne, crews were tested by strong breeze and big swell with a number of Australians finishing with a perfect three wins from three starts. After racing was abandoned on Tuesday due to strong winds, competitors at Sail Melbourne were again greeted by strong winds, consistently between 20 and 25 knots on Port Phillip Bay. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne - Olympic Classes return to action By John Curnow, , 2:07 AM Thu 6 Dec 2012
From the outset, ISAF Sailing World Cup and Sail Melbourne IRO, Ross Wilson was clear about his intention to get the Olympic classes sailing once more. He said, 'The Kiteboarding will get away at noon, as is already scheduled. We're keen to see the remainder of the classes sail today, possibly from 1400hrs on and definitely try to get three races in for them.' ...[more]


Olympic Classes return to the track at Sail Melbourne By John Curnow, 7:55 PM Wed 5 Dec 2012
From the outset, ISAF Sailing World Cup and Sail Melbourne IRO, Ross Wilson was clear about his intention to get the Olympic classes sailing again today. He said, 'The Kiteboarding will get away at noon, as is already scheduled. We're keen to see the remainder of the classes sail today, possibly from 1400hrs on and definitely try to get three races in for them.' ...[more]


Sail Melbourne 2012 - Gruber, Imbert still lead kiteboarding battle By John Curnow, Melbourne, Australia , 4:36 PM Wed 5 Dec 2012
Kiteboarders head into the third day of competition with Florian Gruber of Germany and Ariane Imbert of France still lording on top of the leaderboard. After experiencing rough racing condition on a breezy and cloudy Tuesday afternoon, Kiteboarders head into the third day of competition with Florian Gruber of Germany and Ariane Imbert of France still at the top of the leaderboard. ...[more]


11th International Sailing Summit - Creation of Steering Group urged By Lauren Garnet, Melbourne, Australia , 3:45 PM Wed 5 Dec 2012
The creation of a ‘steering group’ tasked to encourage participation in competitive and recreational sailing has been raised during the 11th International Sailing Summit (ISS) at Sail Melbourne on Monday. High profile personalities in the sailing industry attended the event, which aims to strengthen relationship among stakeholders and further improve the sport of sailing. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne Day 2 - Kiteboarding action resumes + Video By John Curnow, 5:31 PM Tue 4 Dec 2012
Sail Melbourne Racing Committee ordered Tuesday morning for the postponement of all sailboat events due to extremely strong winds recorded on Melbourne’s bay area. However, Kiteboarding kicked off its second day of action as Florian Gruber of Germany and Ariane Imbert of France tries to take advantage of 25knots winds to further build their leads over the rest of competing field in the first leg o ...[more]


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