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Volvo ISAF Youth Worlds: Kiwis in top three in two events after Day 1 By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ and Sail-World, 5:36 AM Mon 12 Jul 2010
Racing is underway at the 40th Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championships with at least two races sailed in each of the eighth classes being contested in Istanbul, Turkey. 'The opening days racing provided a light breeze of 5 – 7 knots from the north-west and warm dry conditions once the early clouds had dispersed,’ describes the official report. ...[more]

Volvo Youth ISAF Sailing World Championship Schedule By ISAF Media, 8:27 PM Tue 6 Jul 2010
The world’s top youth sailors are putting the final touches to their preparation for the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship which takes place from 8 – 17 July in Istanbul, Turkey. There will be a record attendance at the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship 2010, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year in Istanbul. ...[more]

Charlie Barr's Atlantic record holder to sail later this week By Compiled by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com, 6:47 PM Mon 5 Jul 2010
Pierre Alain Varreon presents some images of Atlantic schooner, the three masted replica of the 1905 Atlantic record holder with Charlie Barr. The record lasted for 75 years until 1980 when Eric Tabarly crushed it with Paul Ricard the foiled trimaran. ...[more]

First Short Handed Series race off to a slow start By Richard Gladwell, 11:52 AM Sat 3 Jul 2010
Competitors in the first of the Simrad Shorthanded Series, looked to be in for a long slow day as winds deserted the 50nm race course. The forecast from PredictWind was for winds to gust to three maybe four knots around 1800hrs tonight, otherwise there would be light winds - mostly an onshore breeze for the whole of Saturday and through until mid Sunday morning when winds were expected to build ...[more]

Foiling Moth lessons at Lake Pupuke this weekend, 3 July By Andrew Brown, Force Racing, 9:43 PM Fri 2 Jul 2010
Force Racing's Andrew Brown brings us up to date with the latest in the foiling Moth scene: I have been sailing the Moth as much as possible, but this has not been so much approx three times a week, just getting comfy in the boat and getting my feelings for the boat, before testing some more equipment. ...[more]

Sail and Ski in Wanaka's winter Paradise - Enter now! By Ken Urquhart, Wanaka , 6:41 AM Thu 1 Jul 2010
The Wanaka Yacht and Power Boat Club in association with treble Cone Ski Area is once again hosting its popular Sail-Ski Regatta from 17th to 19th September this year. Sail-Ski Wanaka 2010 is a unique event combining Ski/snowboarding and Yacht racing and is an excellent way to enjoy some spring skiing and kick start the sailing season in Wanaka's magical winter environment. ...[more]

Young Kiwis build up for 470 Worlds in mid-July By Finn Drummond and Frankie Lardies, 8:48 PM Tue 29 Jun 2010
New Zealand 470 sailors, Finn Drummond and Frankie Lardies report on their buildup for the 470 World Championships in Netherlands, next month: Since the end of the season we have been training hard with the rest of the NZ team preparing for the Worlds starting on the 12th of July in The Hague, The Netherlands. The NZ fleet has grown considerably over the last six months with seven boats out traini ...[more]

Your vote can help the NZ Optimist Team – 'Optimist Worlds 2010' By Sail-World, 7:35 PM Mon 28 Jun 2010
The NZ World's Optimist Team are finalists for the Toyota Believe Scholarship. To win the scholarship, they need as much support as possible - that's where you come it. It won't cost you anything - just the click of a button to VOTE, no strings attached! ...[more]

Yachting NZ Briefings for 23 June 2010 By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 8:07 PM Wed 23 Jun 2010
In this issue of Yachting NZ's Briefings: High Performance & International; Youth Sailing; Local Sailing; Admin, Safety & Training; What's On; Of Interest ...[more]

Audi MedCup: Mistral stalls Emirates Team NZ's bid for win By Warren Douglas and Sail-World, 7:50 AM Sun 20 Jun 2010
Emirates Team New Zealand reports that racing in the Marseille Trophy, the second round of the Audi MedCup, was cancelled on Saturday and prospects do not look promising for Sunday. Three days racing has been held so far in the scheduled five day regatta With a mistral wind averaging 30 knots ripping across the race course area, the teams stayed ashore but ready to leave the dock at a moment ...[more]

Audi MedCup fires up again for Emirates Team NZ By Chris Cameron and Warren Douglas, 9:21 PM Tue 15 Jun 2010
The Marseille regatta of the Audi MedCup circuit starts tomorrow. A practice race will be held overnight (New Zealand time) and racing for real starts overnight on Wednesday. Marseille is where Emirates Team New Zealand started its unbeaten winning run last season. Since then the boys have built some momentum and leads the 2010 series by 20 points after the regatta in Portugal. However, the ...[more]

Details of New Zealand National Ocean Water Sports Centre announced By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com, Takapuna Beach, NZL , 7:29 PM Mon 14 Jun 2010
Takapuna beach was today confirmed as the venue for the National Ocean Water Sports Centre (NOWSC) by the Minister of Sport and Recreation the Hon. Murray McCully and North Shore City Mayor, Andrew Williams. Speaking at the nearby Takapuna Boating Club, the Minister confirmed that the $8million facility would cater for Sailing, Triathlon and Ocean Kayaking. The area is also used for a myriad of ...[more]

Sports Minister to outline detail on NZ National Sailing Centre By Richard Gladwell, 3:54 PM Fri 11 Jun 2010
The NZ Minister of Sport and Recreation, Murray McCully will outline the details on a National Ocean Sports Centre on Monday afternoon. Today the NZ Prime Minister, John Key, announced a raft of Government spending initiatives on High Performance Sport, this morning at the Millennium Centre, on Auckland's North Shore. ...[more]

Laser Europeans: Qualifications have been sailed at Tallinn By Laser European Media, 7:41 AM Thu 10 Jun 2010
Wednesday morning started off slow in Pirita, on the fourth day of the European Championships for the Laser Standard and Radial classes. The sky was cloudy and the wind was just 3 knots and shifty, causing to postpone the starts. But the ost-wind quickly started collecting speed, and just 50 minutes after the originally scheduled time, the last two qualification races could begin. ...[more]

Two Sailing Honours announced in New Zealand By Sail-World, 9:02 AM Mon 7 Jun 2010
There have been two honours made to sailors in the Queens Birthday Honours list, with Louis Vuitton's Yves Carcelle, of Paris, France, was made an Honorary member of the New Zealand Order of Merit. Devonport Yacht Club's Martin Foster was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit. Both receive their awards for Services to Yachting. ...[more]

Images from Yachting NZ Sailing Team Launch By .., 7:05 AM Sat 5 Jun 2010
Yachting New Zealand launched the two new Olympic Elliott 6m yachts and announced the NZ Sailing Team for 2010 at a function at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron on Thursday. After the off the water phase concluded, the sailors too to the water in their new sailing uniform ...[more]

Kiwi Star team looks towards European Championships By Southern Star Racing, 9:00 AM Wed 2 Jun 2010
The Southern Star Racing team of Hamish Pepper and Craig Monk are back on the road again, ready to start their 2010 racing season with the European championships in Viareggio, Italy. The 2009 world silver medallists have a new training regime, a refurbished boat and a new website, created by Kiwi company Frontend Design, to let friends and supporters around the globe know of their plans and ac ...[more]

Silver Medal for Burling and Tuke in 49er in World Cup By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 6:40 AM Mon 31 May 2010
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have won the silver medal at 2010 Delta Lloyd Regatta in the Netherlands. Also recording a top ten result was Jon-Paul Tobin in the Men’s RS:X. The regatta, which is the fifth in the ISAF Sailing World Cup Series, concluded overnight. ...[more]

DeltaLloyd World Cup regatta: - Silver for NZ's Burling and Tuke By Richard Burling, 6:30 AM Mon 31 May 2010
The Delta Lloyd Holland regatta has been competed for over the last 5 days ... it the fifth event of 7 on the sailing World Cup circuit for Olympic class boats. 72 boats (144 sailors) from 26 countries around the world competed in the 49er class in Medemblik, Holland– including 18 of the 20 top boats in the World rankings plus 12 boats from the Beijing Olympics. ...[more]

Delta Lloyd Regatta: Burling and Tuke climb into top five 49ers By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, 7:54 AM Sat 29 May 2010
Day three of 2010 Delta Lloyd Regatta has seen Peter Burling and Blair Tuke move into the top five of the 49er fleet, and JP Tobin improve to seventh in the Men’s RS:X. Two days of competition remain at round five of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Regatta in the Netherlands. ...[more]

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