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CII training camps in Italy By Byte Class Association, Australia , 1:03 AM Thu 1 Oct 2009
Leading up to the Youth Olympic Games Qualifiers, Nautivela has announced a list of the training camps taking place in Italy and France in the next two months. ...[more]

Byte Class membership 2009-2010 By Byte Class Association, Australia , 12:01 AM Tue 1 Sep 2009
The Byte Class will be extending memberships for all athletes who joined the Class after October 1, 2009. Anyone who joined between October 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009 will be a 2010 Byte Class Member. ...[more]

Byte CII World Championships day 4 By Byte Class Association, 4:51 AM Fri 28 Aug 2009
On day four of the 2009 Byte CII World Championship, Jon Emmett started where he left off yesterday by making it five firsts in a row. He also won the 14th race but that still left him a point out of third. The two firsts were pulled off in the most difficult conditions Kingston has to offer - a north west wind behind a cold front that passed through in the morning. ...[more]

2009 Byte CII World Championships By Byte Class Association, Australia , 1:20 AM Fri 28 Aug 2009
At the recently completed CII World Championship in Kingston, Ontario, Singapore sailors took the top three positions with Darren Choy the new 2009 World Champion. He sailed an incredibly consistent series in tremendously varying conditions without winning any of the 14 races. ...[more]

Byte CII Worlds day 3 By Byte Class Association, , 3:30 AM Wed 26 Aug 2009
On day three of the 2009 Byte CII Worlds, the Kingston thermal arrived but it did not wait for its usual 1:00 pm appearance. By the start of Race 7, winds were in the 14 -16 knot range and the RC set a double sausage for the race. The fleet got away on the first start with Ian Barrows ISV again down at the pin. ...[more]

Byte CII World Championship day 2 By Byte Class Association, , 11:58 PM Mon 24 Aug 2009
The forecast on day two of the Byte CII World Championships was calling for the Kingston thermal to arrive late in the afternoon but, prior to its arrival, there was enough air to start racing and the Committee did not want to waste it - and it does not always arrive! As a result the race was sailed in about 6-7 knots and flat water. ...[more]

Byte CII Worlds - Light airs on opening day By Byte Class Association, , 8:05 AM Mon 24 Aug 2009
The opening race on day one of the 2009 Byte CII World Championships got underway after a postponement, as the wind clocked and faded and then finally started in very light air. The wind slowly died throughout the race but the wind was not the real story! It was a day of 'firsts' for a young US Virgin Islands sailor, Ian Barrows. Sailing a Byte for the first time, in his first race, in the first ...[more]

PredictWind sponsors 2009 CII Worlds By Byte Class Association, Australia , 1:31 AM Fri 21 Aug 2009
We are pleased to announce that PredictWind, a leading provider of high resolution wind forecasts, will be a sponsor of the 2009 CII Worlds at CORK. They will provide professional forecasts to all competitors for the duration and build-up to Worlds. Used by the winner of the last two America’s Cups, PredictWind is proven technology. ...[more]

Official NOR posted for 2009 CII Worlds By Byte Class Association, Australia , 2:02 AM Thu 20 Aug 2009
The Official Notice of Race is on the Byte Championship website and registration is now open. First to register has been Alex Davis of Bermuda seen below already training in the hopes of qualifying Bermuda for the first Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore, 2010. The North American Qualifier (NAQ) will be held in Cayman in March of 2010 but Alex sees the 2009 World ...[more]

CII Spring Break Clinic By Byte Class Association, Australia , 2:34 AM Thu 12 Mar 2009
Current CII World Champion and GBR sailing coach Jon Emmett will be running a CII clinic in the Cayman Islands from March 14-18, 2009. We welcome all CII sailors to join us in the hot and sunny Caribbean. ...[more]

Cayman Islands CII Clinic By Byte Class Association, Australia , 1:39 AM Mon 2 Mar 2009
The Cayman Islands Sailing Club and National Sailing Centre held its first CII Clinic March 14-18 as part of the annual Cayman Sailing Clinic. Seven CII sailors participated from Canada, Barbados, Jamaica, Singapore, and the Cayman Islands. The clinic was run by Jon Emmett, British sailing coach and 2008 CII World Champion. ...[more]

2008 Byte CII World Championship day 2 and 3 By Byte Class Association, 5:47 AM Wed 3 Sep 2008
Jon Emmett (GBR) sailed the last two races of the 2008 Byte CII World Championship even though he did not need to do so - a very nice touch from a classy competitor. He won race 14, 15 was thrown out and he ended up with 12 first place finishes after dropping a first and a third. Hard to beat! ...[more]

Byte CII World Championship days 3 and 4 By Byte Class Association, , 3:05 AM Wed 3 Sep 2008
On the third day of competition at the 2008 Byte CII World Championship, winds continued to drop and, on Thursday, they were just below planing for all but the very lightest who did manage some spurts. Again, Jon Emmett (GBR) demonstrated his huge talent in all conditions by winning all four races. ...[more]

Jon Emmett (GBR) 2008 Byte CII World Champion By Byte Class Association, Australia , 2:53 AM Tue 2 Sep 2008
Jon Emmett, a well-known GBR Professional sailing Coach, won the 2008 World’s hands down with 12 first place finishes, dropping a third and a first. He won it in all conditions starting with the 25-knot opening day and ending with a real creepy-crawly on the last day. The only sailor to best him was Fengyi Lei of Singapore who won one of the Pre-Worlds races and also the ninth race. ...[more]

Byte CII World Championship day 2 By Byte Class Association, , 2:06 AM Fri 29 Aug 2008
Byte CII World Championship 2008 Day 2 - Although the championship is now Jon Emmett’s to lose, the Singapore sailors did finally get to him on the last race of the day. However, he is dropping that third and is counting a string of eight firsts. ...[more]

Byte CII World Championship day 1 - GBR Emmett dominates By Byte Class Association, , 7:20 AM Wed 27 Aug 2008
On the first day of competition at the 2008 Byte CII World Championship, Jon Emmett (GBR) continued where he left off in the Pre-Worlds yesterday, sailing to four first place finishes. Race one of the Series is the finishing position in the Pre-Race Series so he now has only five points -4 with the first drop -8 points and 11 points clear of Fengyi Lei of Singapore ...[more]

2008 Byte CII Worlds By Byte Class Association, Australia , 3:23 AM Sat 23 Aug 2008
The 2008 CII World Championships will take place Aug. 25-29 on the south coast of England on the waters of Weymouth Bay, hosted by the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) in Dorset, UK. ...[more]

Byte CII is the Youth Olympic Class for Singapore 2010 By Byte Class Association, Australia , 2:18 AM Sat 23 Aug 2008
In the early summer of 2008, ISAF announced the selection of the Byte CII as the singlehanded boat for the boy’s and girl’s sailing events at the first Youth Olympic Games (YOG) to be held in Singapore in August 2010. ISAF has announced the details of the qualifying procedure for Countries seeking to qualify their sailors for the Games. ...[more]

It's a CII summer in North America! By Byte Class Association, Australia , 3:34 AM Wed 4 Jun 2008
The Byte Class is sponsoring a series of regattas in the CII this summer to showcase the CII rig. There are large numbers of Byte sailors who own the rig but who still only sail the Standard rig, either because their Provincial Associations do not recognize the CII or there are not CII starts planned in various events. That will change this summer. ...[more]

Byte CII World Championship overall By Byte Class Association, , 3:09 AM Mon 9 Apr 2007
Byte CII World Championship 2007 was captured by young Thai sailor Keerati Bualung, a 14 year old sailing with the maturity of someone twice his age, Championship with an eight-race score of 22 points, Seven points better than his Singaporean competitor, Herman Nurfendi, in second place with 29 points. ...[more]

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