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America’s Cup: Luna Rossa Challenge shows some legs By America's Cup, , 12:32 PM Wed 17 Jul 2013
In the America's Cup Challenger Series, sailing in the lightest winds, Italy’s Luna Rossa Challenge showed some legs in scoring its second point of the Louis Vuitton Cup. The southwesterly wind peaked at only 13 knots, and skipper Max Sirena’s crew completed the five-leg, 9.21-nautical-mile course in 43 minutes, 6 seconds at an average speed of 17.66 knots. ...[more]


French 420 Nationals: Day 1 - Kiwis wait for the fog to lift By Rob Burn, France , 10:33 AM Wed 17 Jul 2013
Rob Burn Reports from Day 1 of the French 420 National Championships: ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Light airs give Italians a useful workout By Luna Rossa Challenge 2013, San Francisco, USA , 9:48 AM Wed 17 Jul 2013
Today Luna Rossa Challenge raced alone for the second time in the Louis Vuitton Cup Round Robin; its scheduled opponent, Artemis Racing, is still preparing its AC72, expected to be ready by the end of July. Due to the extremely light wind conditions, the Italian team sailed the 5-legs race course in 43 minutes, 6 seconds, at an average speed of 17 knots, reaching a maximum speed of 26.37 knots. ...[more]


ISAF Youth Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team all in top six By Jodie Bakewell-White, 8:34 AM Wed 17 Jul 2013
The 2013 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team have returned more solid results from Day 2 of the Sail First ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships on now in Limassol, Cyprus. The New Zealand crews are now all within the top six of their respective fleets with Isaac McHardie (Hamilton Yacht Club) and Micah Wilkinson (Ngaroto Sailing Club) still leading the SL16 event ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Softly, softly catchee monkey . . . By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 8:00 AM Wed 17 Jul 2013
It was nothing more (nor less) than an exercise in sailing an AC-72 in light airs when the Luna Rossa crew graced San Francisco Bay with their elegant silver and red boat for an hour on a grey Tuesday afternoon. There was no excitement, but none had been expected, although the mandatory body armour seemed superfluous to requirement and more restrictive to movement than the sailors might have pref ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis Racing completes stress testing By Sail-World, 11:43 PM Tue 16 Jul 2013
Over the weekend the Artemis Racing Team completed comprehensive structural testing of its second AC72. This significant milestone represents the culmination of around the clock work of two months by the team's designers, engineers and shore team. ...[more]


Queensland yachting photographer Mike Kenyon - a slice of history By Sail-World.com, , 3:42 PM Tue 16 Jul 2013
Images of Dennis and Jim Kavla at the America's cup plus other images of Mike Kenyon back in the 80s. ...[more]


ISAF Youth Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team off to a flying start By Jodie Bakewell-White, 10:03 AM Tue 16 Jul 2013
Racing is underway for the 2013 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team at the Sail First ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Limassol, Cyprus with day one (of five) just wrapped up. New Zealand has representative in five of the eight classes racing, and after day one all the kiwis are laying inside the top nine with Isaac McHardie and Micah Wilkinson leading the SL16 multihull fleet. ...[more]


America's Cup: AC72 sailing explained - all you ever need to know By John Navas, 7:48 AM Tue 16 Jul 2013
Program for Australian TV to promote America's Cup participation, featuring John Bertrand, skipper of Australia II, wing keel winner of the America's Cup in 1983, and narrated clips of AC72 catamarans in 2013 by John Navas. For those who want to understand the basics of AC72 sailing, this is an excellent primer on both the basic and finer points of AC72 sailing. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: July 14 - Emirates Team NZ wins another solo race By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 11:09 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
On Sunday, July 14, with less fog and haze on the LVC/AC race course, ETNZ took another point in a solo run. Photos by Chuck Lantz in San Francisco, shooting from the shore ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Am-Cam Video of Emirates Team NZ's sail over By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 10:52 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
Am-Cam Video from the sail over of Round Robin 2, Race 2 in which Emirates Team New Zealand sailed another uncontested race against Artemis Racing (Sweden) Winds were lighter than previously, but the points table leader was still able to hit some very impressive speeds on the five leg course. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Another point on the board - Emirates Team NZ By www.etnzblog.com, 10:06 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand earned another point today in round robin 2 of the Louis Vuitton Cup challengers series. As expected, today’s opponents Artemis did not make it to the start line and Emirates Team New Zealand sailed alone around the shortened course. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ has fourth win in third sail-over By Sail-World and America's Cup Media, 9:01 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand today scored its fourth point in four races of the Louis Vuitton Cup, the America’s Cup Challenger Series. Skipper Dean Barker and the Kiwi crew sailed the course unopposed because its scheduled opponent, Artemis Racing, is still assembling its AC72. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ wins another sail-over By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 6:48 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand tore around the 9.09 nautical mile course without the attendance of her opponent, Artemis, in 16 – 18 knots of south-westerly breeze in an impressive manner. She completed the course in 25:56 and recorded a top speed of 40.62 knots. Bob Fisher reports she is estimated to gain 100 metres on each foiling gybe ...[more]


America's Cup: Louis Vuitton's Images of the Day - July 13, 2013 By Paul Todd, San Francisco, USA , 12:21 AM Mon 15 Jul 2013
Top international photographers Paul Todd and Bob Greiser are shooting for series sponsor Louis Vuitton, at the Louis Vuitton Cup which had its first contested race today, July 13. Today was their first race day on the water, here's Paul Todd's view of the day. ...[more]


America's Cup: Dean Barker reflects on Race 4, Louis Vuitton Cup By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 11:23 PM Sun 14 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand have lined up for their first real race of the Louis Vuitton Cup. Writing on his blog at Kiwi Yachting Consultants' websites, of which he is a substantial shareholder and director, skipper Dean Barker gives his views of the fourth day of racing in the Louis Vuitton Cup. ...[more]


2103 Optimist Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust team arrive at Lake Garda By Angus Haslett, Lake Garda, Italy , 8:55 PM Sun 14 Jul 2013
The first few days has seen an unsettled weather pattern with the true Peler and Ora pattern not establishing itself until yesterday which was the first day of a pre-regatta event which has around 120 entries. A good 20 knot breeze and reasonable waves settled in for the afternoon ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Am-Cam Video of Luna Rossa and Emirates Team NZ By John Navas, 8:30 PM Sun 14 Jul 2013
Videographer, John Naras, was shoreside on San Francisco Bay to capture most of the first true race of the Louis Vuitton Cup between Emirates Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa. For those who are unable to get past the video blocks, see the race here. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Chuck Lantz's view of Day 4 in San Francisco By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 4:56 PM Sun 14 Jul 2013
One of Sail-World's photographers, Chuck Lantz, was shoreside on San Francisco Bay, and filed this impression of the day, along with an image gallery. Haze, some leftover fog and long lens shots from the windward mark were the order of the day as ETNZ pounced on Luna Rossa from the start. They never let-up, winning decisively on Day 4 of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis claim ongoing uncertainty despite Jury decision By Richard Gladwell, 2:03 PM Sun 14 Jul 2013
After the end of the day's racing in the Louis Vuitton Cup, Artemis Racing issued a media statement updating on their state of progress towards competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup. At this stage their most likely option appears to be to start in the Semi-Finals of the Louis Vuitton Cup, and on the basis of the forfeited races and today's results would be competing against Luna Rossa. ...[more]


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