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Editorial: Clash of the Titans coming up. By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 8:20 PM Mon 4 Sep 2006
Welcome to the Monday edition of Sail-World.com ...[more]


Editorial: By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 9:33 PM Sat 2 Sep 2006
Welcome to the weekend edition of Sail-World ...[more]


Editorial: Shenanigans at Qingdao By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 11:25 AM Thu 31 Aug 2006
This issue is dominated by the finish of the pre-Pre Olympics in Qingdao (pronounced 'Shin – Dow') the venue of the 2008 Olympics. As we commented previously the venue is a total contrast, with superb sailing facilities ashore contrasted with some very challenging conditions on the water. ...[more]


Editorial: Alarm bells sound in Qingdao By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 8:59 AM Tue 29 Aug 2006
The Pre-Pre Olympics in Qingdao are proving to be a real wake up call for many. The facilities would appear to be outstanding in terms of their standard, functionality and state of readiness. The fact that they are completed two years before the start of the Sailing Olympics is without precedent in Olympic sailing history. ...[more]


Editorial: Looking ahead By nzeditor@rowing-world.com, 11:57 AM Mon 28 Aug 2006
Welcome to the final newsletter from the World Rowing Championships at Dorney Lake, Eton, UK ...[more]


Editorial: Two Years, Five Events, Nine Medals! By editor@rowing-world.com, 8:16 AM Sun 27 Aug 2006
New Zealand Rowing enjoyed another magic hour at Dorney Lake, Eton winning five medals from five A Finals, which is an outstanding effort. ...[more]


Editorial: On target? By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 10:38 PM Fri 25 Aug 2006
Welcome to the week-end edition of Sail-World ...[more]


Editorial: Six of the Best! By editor@rowing-world.com, 2:44 PM Fri 25 Aug 2006
Welcome to the Semi-Final edition of Rowing-World.com ...[more]


Editorial: Wriggle, Wriggle By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 10:02 PM Wed 23 Aug 2006
Last night we attended the AGM of the Westhaven Marina Users Association ...[more]


Editorial: Starting to hit the high notes! By editor@rowing-world.com, 8:45 AM Wed 23 Aug 2006
Welcome to the second edition of Rowing-World.com’s newsletter from the 2006 World Championships ...[more]


Editorial: Twin Wins! By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 10:16 PM Mon 21 Aug 2006
Welcome to the Monday edition of Sail-World. ...[more]


Rowing-World at the World Championships - Day 1 By editor@rowing-world.com, 12:35 PM Mon 21 Aug 2006
The World Rowing Championships started last night (NZT) on Dorney Lake , Eton, UK. ...[more]


Editorial: The end of a Week! By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 12:32 PM Sat 19 Aug 2006
The 420 Junior Europeans and Splash Worlds are winding to a conclusion. ...[more]


Editorial: The making of legends By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 5:43 AM Thu 17 Aug 2006
Welcome to what should have been the Wednesday edition of Sail-World which we have held back ...[more]


Editorial: Stars in their Eyes! By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 2:15 PM Mon 14 Aug 2006
Mid last week we wrote of Hamish Pepper and Carl Williams sailing as the Harken Star Team ...[more]


Editorial: Consistently Inconsistent By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 10:19 PM Fri 11 Aug 2006
OK, so I’ll admit to having a black belt in train spotting, but this meddling with points systems ...[more]


Editorial: Stargazing By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 10:19 PM Wed 9 Aug 2006
Welcome to the (late) Wednesday issue of Sail-World. ...[more]


Editorial: Winners are Grinners By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 8:40 AM Mon 7 Aug 2006
Great news this morning from the 420 World Championships in Gran Canaria, ESP, that New Zealand has won the Open World title and also picked up the Silver medal in the same event. At the time of writing we do not know whether NZL have won the Team’s Prize as well. ...[more]


Editorial: Another Day, Another Medal or Two! By nzeditor@rowing-world.com, 10:31 PM Sun 6 Aug 2006
New Zealand Rowing has done it again, rounding out what has been a fantastic 12 months, starting with four Gold medals from the World Championships in Gifu in 2005, and finishing with the Gold Medal from the Junior Men’s Eight, and silver medal from the Junior Womens Quad in 2006. ...[more]


Editorial: The Flying Maximus By nzeditor@sail-world.com, 11:14 PM Fri 4 Aug 2006
Charles St Clair Brown’s supermaxi, ICAP Maximus has set a new record for the Round the Island course ...[more]


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