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Lovell/Ogletree lead Tornados-US Olympic Trials By Rich Roberts, San Diego , 4:17 PM Sat 14 Oct 2006
Olympic hopefuls Robbie Daniel and crew Hunter Stunzi of Florida suffered a setback Friday on the first day of Tornado catamaran competition in US Olympic Trials West as the favorites, 2004 Athens silver medalists John Lovell, New Orleans, and Charlie Ogletree, Kemah, Tex., led the way with two first places and a second in three races. ...[more]


Tunnicliffe leads Railey - Laser Radial Pre-Trials By Anna Tunnicliffe, Newport , 4:30 PM Fri 13 Oct 2006
Report from Anna Tunnicliffe, on Day One of the US Sailing Olympic Pre-Trials Regatta for Laser Radials, in Newport. ...[more]


Cy Gillette dies in his 93rd year By Sail-World NZL, Auckland, NZL , 10:14 AM Fri 15 Sep 2006
Long time US and international Judge and Umpire, Cy Gillette has passed away in his 93rd year ...[more]


Prince Alfred wins nine in Governor's Cup By Nancy Mellon, Newport Beach, USA , 11:43 AM Thu 20 Jul 2006
Four more sets of match races were completed by the twelve teams on Day 2 of The Governor's Cup Challenge in Newport Beach. ...[more]


Lee holds lead in Optimist North Americans By Event Media, Ponce, Puerto Rico , 6:23 PM Tue 11 Jul 2006
A record 22 countries are represented at the 2006 Optimist North American Championships, sailed out of the Ponce Yacht & Fishing Club, in Ponce, Puerto Rico. In addition to the North American countries, there is a strong contingent of teams from South America, with the addition of a team each from Germany, New Zealand and Singapore. Sean Lee from Singapore is leading after three days of individual competition. ...[more]


Orange II crew reflect on their new speed record By Event Media, 8:48 PM Sat 8 Jul 2006
At 14h30 GMT this afternoon, Bruno Peyron’s crew received a friendly welcome from the harbour side in La Baule-Le Pouliguen. The new Atlantic record-holders, the boss of the Orange II maxi catamaran and his crew of eleven shared their feelings after crossing the North Atlantic in 4 days, 8 hours, 23 minutes and 54 seconds, averaging an incredible 28.02 knots via the direct route. Above all, Bruno Peyron paid homage to his crew. ...[more]


Transatlantic record may go tomorrow By Orange II Media, 9:29 AM Thu 6 Jul 2006
Bruno Peyron and his crew aboard Orange II left New York on Sunday and are on course to beat Steve Fossett's transatlantic record. The maxi catamaran has smashed the 24-hour record twice in this journey, reaching an average speed of almost 32 knots and clocking 766 miles in one day. Today, Peyron's crew had a lead of 280 nautical miles over Steve Fossett's PlayStation, the record holder with a time of 4 days, 17 hours, 28 minutes and six seconds. ...[more]


Bella Mente shines in light-air Bermuda Race marathon By Laurie Fullerton, Hamilton, Bermuda , 7:16 AM Tue 20 Jun 2006
In what is proving to be one of the most frustrating light-air races in the 100 year history of the Bermuda classic, the leaders within this year’s 263-strong fleet are finally converging on the final leg towards the St David’s Lighthouse finish line. At 10:30am EDT today (Monday) Hap Fauth’s JV 66 Bella Mente was 126nm from the finish, 33 miles ahead of the Charles St Clair Brown's 98-foot New Zealand super maxi Maximus. ...[more]


Bella Mente leads Maximus in Newport Bermuda By Laurie Fullerton, USA , 7:20 AM Mon 19 Jun 2006
According to the iboat tracking system, Bella Mente was not only leading her class and the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Division, but was 50 miles ahead of Charles St Clair Brown's 98ft super maxi Maximus. It would appear that Hap Fauth and his crew made their gain overnight by staying well west of the rhumb line course through the Gulf Stream while Maximus ran out of wind to the east, early on. A potential elapsed time win by Bella Mente over Maximus would be a momentous victory. ...[more]


Maximus leads into Gulf Stream By Laurie Fullerton, 11:54 AM Sun 18 Jun 2006
As Charles St Clair Brown’s New Zealand super maxi ‘Maximus’ led the fleet into the Gulf Stream yesterday (Saturday), the challenge facing all 263 crews was to pick the most advantageous point of entry into the Stream and ride the favourable back-eddies. Crossing the Stream is what makes this ocean classic a true navigator’s race. ...[more]


Centennial Bermuda Race Underway By Laurie Fullerton, 7:28 AM Sun 18 Jun 2006
A record-breaking fleet of 264 yachts set off for Bermuda today with one less boat after 'Pindar Artemas' skippered by Nicholas Black suffered damage after hitting a rock just prior to their starting gun. With one fewer member of the historic fleet, 16 divisions quickly set the pace for the duration of this 635-mile centennial race. ...[more]


US Sailing Team win two golds at Hyères By Marlieke de Lange Eaton, 7:04 AM Tue 2 May 2006
US Sailing Team-members wrapped up another successful event in Europe last Friday by winning two Gold medals at the French Olympic Sailing Week in Hyères, France. ...[more]


NYYC Commodore Robert G. Stone Jr.- obituary By Michael Levitt, communications@nyyc.org , 8:49 AM Fri 21 Apr 2006
Commodore Stone, age 83, was the 48th commodore of the NYYC who served in this capacity from 1981-83. ...[more]


U.S. Multihull Championship for Hobie Alter Cup By Marblehead Reporter, www.townonline.com , 8:15 AM Fri 7 Apr 2006
Robbie Daniel (Clearwater, Fla.) and Hunter Stunzi (Marblehead, Mass.) won the 2006 U.S. Multihull Championship for US Sailing's Hobie Alter Cup. ...[more]


Peck Joins Railey on U.S. Finn Team for China By Rich Roberts, LONG BEACH, Calif , 11:50 AM Mon 3 Apr 2006
Zach Railey, the top-ranked U.S. sailor in the single-handed Finn class, won five of seven races in a fleet of 20 boats in Alamitos Bay Yacht Club’s 46th Olympic Classes Regatta Saturday and Sunday, while Peck’s close second place jumped him from fifth to second ranking. ...[more]


Pensacola Beach YC hosts US Multihull Championship By Jason Thompson, Gulf Breeze News , 8:00 AM Thu 30 Mar 2006
What started out as a conversation between John Williams and some of his friends at the Pensacola Beach Yacht Club a couple of years ago came to pass last week as the PBYC hosted the U.S. Mulithull Championships. ...[more]


U.S. Youth Sailing titles to Michigan By Marlieke de Lange Eaton, Portsmouth, R.I. , 5:27 AM Sat 17 Dec 2005
The 2006 U.S. Youth Sailing Championship, the country's top event for young sailors organized by US SAILING, will be held June 22-29, 2006 and hosted by Grosse Point Yacht Club in Grosse Point, Mich. ...[more]


Tough victory for Taugher By Rich Roberts, Long Beach, California , 12:56 PM Mon 22 Aug 2005
It may have looked like Kevin Taugher had his Laser on cruise control Sunday with a big lead before the last two races of the 2005 U.S. Singlehanded Championship for the George O'Day Trophy, but he’s been sailing long enough to know that no lead is too big to lose. ...[more]


Gold and Silver for US at Summer World University Games By Marlieke de Lange Eaton, Izmir, Turkey , 2:00 AM Mon 22 Aug 2005
Andrew Campbell and Anna Tunnicliffe sailed in with the gold and silver medal respectively on Saturday, the final day of the Sailing competition at the 2005 Summer World University Games. ...[more]


Big breeze blows Taugher into big lead By Rich Roberts, Long Beach, California , 1:32 PM Sun 21 Aug 2005
The men and boys of the U.S. Singlehanded Championship for the George O'Day Trophy ventured outside the breakwater on their little Lasers into the full force of the wind and waves Saturday, and Kevin Taugher loved it. ...[more]


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