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2010 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team named By Yachting New Zealand media, 8:28 AM Wed 26 May 2010
Yachting New Zealand has today announced twelve sailors selected for the 2010 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team to compete at the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championships. The annual regatta, commonly referred to as the Youth Worlds, will this year take place in Istanbul, Turkey from eighth to 17th July. ...[more]


Images of the new Virbac sailing on the Waitemata harbour + video By Richard Gladwell, 2:35 PM Sat 22 May 2010
Images of the new Virbac out sailing on the Waitemata harbour today, along with a righting test video ...[more]


BlackMatch Racing sign new sponsors for 2010 racing seasson By BlackMatch Racing, 8:09 AM Thu 20 May 2010
Current World Match Racing Champions, BlackMatch Racing, report on their latest sponsor signings for the 2010 Match Racing season: Its official, BlackMatch Racing has signed a sponsorship contract with Fedex Express who has agreed to stay aboard for our 2010 Campaign. We have also managed to gain the backing of two iconic Kiwi companies, ...[more]


Laser Freshwater Champs Regatta - Carnage round the bottom mark By Linda Tushingham, Tauranga , 2:02 AM Thu 20 May 2010
There was a bit of carnage round the bottom mark with the 4.7s but they recovered quickly considering many of these competitors have never sailed in a Laser regatta before. Well done to you guys. We were proud to have Ryan Amlehn sailing 4.7 who is the New Zealand World Champion ...[more]


Etchells racing heats up this winter By Sonya Swinburne, 9:13 PM Wed 19 May 2010
After moving the Etchells fleet from Gulf Harbour to Westhaven prior to summer last year, the New Zealand Etchells fleet in the midst of a resurgence with a steady fleet racing every Tuesday over the summer months. In order to build on that momentum, the fleet will be running racing every second Sunday over the winter. ...[more]


Bouncy castle makes record crossing of Lake Garda + Video By Metro.com, , 8:54 PM Wed 19 May 2010
A dream trip for some might be kayaking down the Amazon or hot air ballooning across Africa – but for one trio of young men it was paddling across Lake Garda in a bouncy castle, during the recent Olympic Garda 2010 regatta. ...[more]


Sail-World Mailbag: Olympic Commission and America's Cup By Sail-World Readers, 8:02 PM Wed 19 May 2010
Have a read of what other readers have to say about stories and issues that have appeared in Sail-World over the few weeks. ...[more]


Jessica Watson’s voyage provides some sailing sponsorship insights By David Fuller, 5:38 AM Tue 18 May 2010
On Saturday, Australian teenager Jessica Watson sailed into Sydney Harbour to complete an amazing journey. The 16 year old has spent 7 months sailing around the world, on her own, without stopping. The voyage will have a huge impact on the way sailing is regarded and also has big implications for the sponsorship of sailing activities. Jessica’s story is not about sailing, not really. ...[more]


Winter Finn Flash By Alan Dawson, 9:49 PM Mon 17 May 2010
Alan Dawson reports on the Finn Winter Series: Wow what a great turn out for the start of the Club winter series. 8 Finns and 14 boats all up. We had 10-15 knots out of the north with perfect water conditions. We laid a short start line and sailed 3 races with plenty of water. The first 2 races where sailed over the triangle, windward leeward course and the last, 2 windward leeward’s. ...[more]


New Trans-Med record to Banque Populaire + Video By Sail-World, , 8:19 PM Mon 17 May 2010
The maxi-trimaran Banque Populaire V hahas set a new TransMed record from Marseille to Carthage, Tunisia taking 2 hours 47 minutes and 47 seconds off Groupama 3's previous record. The new record time is now 14 hours 20 minutes and 34 seconds, subject to confirmation by the WSSRC. ...[more]


Multiple Olympian extends perfect record thanks to lucky coin toss By 2Bsailing, 7:54 PM Mon 17 May 2010
Multiple sailing Olympian Carolijn Brouwer won her first battle on land when a coin toss secured her the skippers position on her new Viper and claimed her second triumph soon after when she and partner Darren Bundock raced to victory in the Belgian open multihull championships in Knokke on the weekend. ...[more]


SLAM Kiwi Match – BBYC Match Race 1 By Logan Fraser, Auckland , 7:19 PM Mon 17 May 2010
SLAM Kiwi Match were keeping it local this weekend racing down at the Bucklands Beach Yacht Club in the first of the clubs match race regattas of the year. ...[more]


Gladwell's Line: Olympic Commission report a thunderbolt for the sport By Richard Gladwell, 8:50 AM Thu 13 May 2010
The report of the International Sailing Federation's Olympic Commission, presented last weekend to the ISAF Events Committee and Council, is a thunderbolt that should not be ignored by the sport. ...[more]


Plenty of reward from practice day in Cascais for Emirates Team NZ By Warren Douglas, 8:03 AM Wed 12 May 2010
Emirates Team New Zealand got a good feel for the testing conditions and strong opposition in the practice race of the Cascais regatta, the first event of the 2010 Audi MedCup circuit. The defending TP52 series champions, Emirates Team New Zealand led for most of the race, eventually finishing second to British boat Cristabella in the tricky shifting breezes, which fluctuated between 11 and 14 ...[more]


Barbara Kendall retires from Olympic competition By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 8:02 AM Mon 10 May 2010
Barbara Kendall is retiring from Olympic competition after a wind surfing career spanning close to a quarter century and encompassing multiple Olympic and World Championship medals. Now 42 years of age, Barbara is one of New Zealand’s most accomplished athletes and a recognised role model. ...[more]


ISAF Mid Year Meeting considers America's Cup, Olympics and Tracking By Richard Gladwell, 7:06 PM Sun 9 May 2010
The Council of the International Sailing Federation has been meeting for the past two days in Budapest, Hungary. The key topics under consideration at this Mid-Year Meeting include future Olympic strategy, America's Cup and Tracking systems. Olympic Commission Chairman, Phil Jones (AUS) has made a presentation to the Council on the changes the new Commission believe should be made ...[more]


Bennett to relive the 33rd America's Cup at RNZYS luncheon By RNZYS Media and Sail-World, 9:58 PM Mon 3 May 2010
After many months of back and forth court action, BMW Oracle Racing, the American challenger, won the 33rd America’s Cup Match back in February in Valencia, sweeping past the Swiss defender, Alinghi, to a 2-0 victory. This was an historic race for the oldest trophy in international sport, featuring two of the most innovative boats on the planet. ...[more]


FMJ Racing report from Spain - Day 1 By FMJ Racing, 10:32 PM Thu 29 Apr 2010
FMJ Racing report from Spain - Day 1: Day one started early this morning with a run, followed by chocolate biscuits for breakfast. With a scheduled start at 11 the wind did not play ball, racing eventually got underway at around 1. With the breeze around 10-12kts our first match saw us up against Damien Iehl world number 5. ...[more]


French Olympic Sailing Week – Two races for all, Winther up into fifth By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 8:15 AM Thu 29 Apr 2010
Sailors were on the water well into the evening to catch up on racing lost over previous days at day four of French Olympic Sailing Week in Hyeres, France. 'The racing committees in Hyères have been hard at work today trying to maximise racing in all classes. The wind has been capricious again, light and shifty, dying then starting again,' states today’s event report. All the kiwis sailed a ...[more]


French Olympic Sailing Week - Josh Junior starts with a Laser bullet By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 6:54 AM Mon 26 Apr 2010
Only limited racing took place on day one at French Olympic Sailing Week which started overnight in Hyeres, France. Of the New Zealand entries, only the Laser sailors and women’s match racers sailed, with the RS:X, Radial, 470 and Finn fleets either kept ashore or unable to complete any races. Winds were light and fluky with racing getting underway an hour and a half past the scheduled time of 110 ...[more]


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