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2010 OK Dinghy Worlds Day 2 images from photographer Adrian Rumney By Adrian Rumney, 7:35 PM Sun 7 Feb 2010
2010 OK Dinghy Worlds Day 2 action images from photographer Adrian Rumney. ...[more]


OK Dinghy World Championships Invitation Race By Mandy Burt, 4:51 PM Fri 5 Feb 2010
Wellington turned on more champagne sailing today for the Invitation Race of the OK Dinghy World Championships. 46 sailors left the shore in an 8 knot breeze, which built to 15 knots during the course of the race – perfect sailing conditions. ...[more]


29erXX Superbowl - Day 2, Nattrass (AUS) and Biehl (USA) hold lead By Jerelyn Biehl, 4:45 PM Wed 3 Feb 2010
3 different teams were able to record wins in the days racing but the first day winners Hannah Nattrass (AUS) /Graham Biehl (USA) continue to lead the fleet winning four of the six races to date ...[more]


RO 'Bagdad Bob' fires his last shot concluding the 2010 F11 Nationals By David Price, Tamar YC, Beauty Pt, Tasmania , 4:33 AM Tue 19 Jan 2010
There were too many re-starts to count, RO Hugh 'Bagdad Bob' Leicester using a total of 216 shotgun cartridges to get eight races off, making the gunfire from the water seem more like a Bagdad wedding ceremony than a sailing regatta. It came down to a sensational conclusion in the last race of the regatta, making calculations and forecasting something Nostradamus would be proud to pull off. ...[more]


Cadet National Championship - Up and down for Cadet crews in Adelaide By Peter Campbell, 7:30 AM Thu 14 Jan 2010
Victorians Isabella Say and Benjamin Brill, sailing Insayne from Sandringham Yacht Club continued to dominate the International Cadet Dinghy class national championship. ...[more]


International 14 Class World Championship 2010 presentation By Neil Patchett, 8:27 AM Tue 12 Jan 2010
Britain's Archie Massey and his crew Dan Wilsdon were presented tonight (11 January) with the CST Composites International 14 Class World Championship 2010 trophy. ...[more]


29er Worlds: France's Fisher and Gouron consolidate to win title By Jerelyn Biehl, 2:43 PM Sun 10 Jan 2010
On the World Championship 29er course, French sailors Kevin Fisher and Glenn Gouron consolidated and won the Worlds by 28 points. ...[more]


Spain's Martinez and Fernandez new 49er World Champions By Jerelyn Biehl, 2:29 PM Sun 10 Jan 2010
Iker Martinez and Xabier Fernandez of Spain have won their third 49er World Championship (’02, ’04, ’10) adding to their Olympic Gold medal from Athens in 2004 and Silver medal from Beijing in 2008. ...[more]


Interdominion 12' Skiff Championships - Dimension Polyant first up win By Twelve Foot Skiff Association and Sail-World.com, New Zealand , 7:36 AM Sun 10 Jan 2010
The 2010 Interdominions 12' Skiff Championships are being held at the Auckland Sailing Club, Okahu Bay, Auckland from 9 - 17 January 2010. On Day one Dimension Polyant (Nick Press) took out race 1. ...[more]


Australian 470 Championship 2010 - Four in a row for Page and Belcher By BaldWIN Media, Sorrento , 11:13 AM Sat 9 Jan 2010
Australian 470 Championship 2010. Limited action on day 2 with just one light wind race completed. Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page won their fourth consecutive race of the series. ...[more]


International 14 World Championship - Greenhalgh goes for a swim By Neil Patchett, 11:30 PM Fri 8 Jan 2010
Former World Champion Rob Greenhalgh swims to his boat after its foiled rudder broke loose while jostling with current World Champion Archie Massey in race one of the Gold Fleet on Thursday 8 January in the CST Composites International 14 World Championship on Sydney Harbour. ...[more]


49er World Championship - Spanish team dominates By Jerelyn Biehl, 11:47 AM Fri 8 Jan 2010
49er World Championship - Five to eight knots of wind was all that could muster to keep the first day of the finals for the Gold fleet alive. ...[more]


International 14 World Championship Final Series - Brits lead By Neil Patchett, 8:39 AM Fri 8 Jan 2010
CST Composites International 14 Class World Championship Final Series – Day One. Archie Massey and crew Dan Wilsdon won race one of the Final Series in the Gold fleet today in a 5-10knot sou’easter sailed out of North Harbour, Sydney. ...[more]


13ft Skiffs - Northside Sailing School continues to dominate By Annette Brennan, Belmont NSW , 7:31 PM Thu 7 Jan 2010
Middle Harbour skiff Northside Sailing School skippered by Scott Cotton from Middle Harbour 16ft Skiff Club continues to dominate the series with their fourth heat win today but only winning by 21 seconds. ...[more]


29er World Championship - Haumann and Holtug continue to lead By Jerelyn Biehl, 6:37 PM Thu 7 Jan 2010
On the World Championships 29er course, Danish duo Oscar Haumann and Taus Holtug continue to dominate. Four races were held on the 29er course with only a few teams able to keep all scores in the single digits. ...[more]


49er World Championships - Spain leads the way By Jerelyn Biehl, 4:52 PM Thu 7 Jan 2010
49er World CHampionships - Iker Martinez and Xabier Fernandez of Spain jumped into the lead. Although the mercury was low, the winds were up averaging 16-18 knots on the race course. ...[more]


Outteridge and Jensen head into 49er Gold fleet in good position By Craig Heydon, 4:18 PM Thu 7 Jan 2010
Reigning 49er World Champions Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have had a strong run on day three of the 2010 49er World Championship, consolidating their fifth position to be just eight points off the lead at the completion of the qualification races ...[more]


International 14 World Championships - Brits win Day 5 By Neil Patchett, 4:17 AM Thu 7 Jan 2010
British sailors took first place in both qualifying races today in Day 5 of the CST Composites International 14 World Championship. ...[more]


Australian 16ft Skiff Championships By Michael McMahon, Sydney , 8:51 PM Wed 6 Jan 2010
Australian 16ft Skiff Championships Heat 4. In the hours leading up to Heat 4 the wind had settled in to a 12-17 knot south-easterly. As a result, some skippers elected to take their smaller rigs. However, as the skiffs arrived in the start area the breeze lightened to around 8-13 knots. ...[more]


Australian 13ft Skiff Championships - Sydney Skiffs dominate By Mark Graham, Sydney , 8:49 PM Wed 6 Jan 2010
The 5th Australian Championships for the 13ft Skiffs are being held on Lake Macquarie at Belmont, NSW from the Belmont 16ft Skiff Club this year again in conjunction with the 16ft Skiff Australian Championships. ...[more]


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