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Perth 2011 Lasers – all Bent out of Shape By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 9:40 AM Sat 19 Nov 2011
Its just two weeks to Perth 2011, the largest fleet (in combination), the Laser Radial and Laser Standard will be sailing their 2011 World Championships and there is significant equipment issue looming. ...[more]


Perth 2011 – the big hurdle ahead of Weymouth 2012 By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 6:56 AM Thu 17 Nov 2011
Welcome to the first of Sail-World’s 2012 Olympic newsletters, sent to you 255 days ahead of the London Olympic regatta. ...[more]


Perth 2011 - The Largest High Performance Regatta in the World By Rob Kothe & Sail-World.com Team, 2:09 PM Wed 16 Nov 2011
In less than three weeks time the largest high performance sailing event conducted will take place in the one of the remotest cities on the planet. In Fremantle, Western Australia around 1,200 sailors from approximately 80 nations will compete in 800 plus boats, sailing across six courses. ...[more]


Perth 2011 - And now to land the fish!! By Rob Kothe & Sail-World.com Team, 8:45 AM Wed 16 Nov 2011
In less than three weeks time the largest high performance sailing event conducted will take place in the one of the remotest cities on the planet. In Fremantle, Western Australia around 1,200 sailors from approximately 80 nations will compete in 800 plus boats, sailing across six courses. ...[more]


Perth 2011 - the training scene By www.sail-world.com, 6:54 AM Wed 16 Nov 2011
sailors from around 50 of the approximately 80 countries expected to participated in the 2011 ISAF World Championships have now arrived in Fremantle. Here are some of the action.more]


London Olympic Games - Peter Bromby withdraws from 2012 qualifiers By Colin Thompson, 6:30 AM Wed 16 Nov 2011
London Olympic Games - Peter Bromby, the second highest placing Olympian in Bermuda’s history, has pulled the plug on his 2012 Olympic qualifying campaign. The veteran sailor has decided not to pursue a fifth Olympic appearance any further, citing the conditions at the 2012 Olympic sailing venue in Weymouth, England among the primary reasons behind his decision. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne success for Belcher and Page By Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page, 12:11 PM Tue 15 Nov 2011
Aussie sailors Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page have wrapped up their Sail Melbourne experience with success after claiming the Silver Medal at the ISAF Sailing World Cup event. They now share their journey at the event and how they are looking on to Perth 2011. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne medal haul for the Aussies By Lauren Garnet, 12:35 PM Sun 13 Nov 2011
At Sail Melbourne, the opening round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, the medal races were run and won with Australia’s home team coming out on top. The 49er class was the first race contested with the Gold medal coming down to any of the top three crews. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne final day action video By Craig Heydon, 8:40 AM Sun 13 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne has now reached the final day of competition. The event, which is part of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, witnessed medal races on Saturday that featured numerous thrilling finishes with many of the podiums not actually decided until the final boat sailed across the finish line. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Aussie sailors dominate at Sail Melbourne By Craig Heydon, 8:13 PM Sat 12 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - Australian sailors have dominated the final day of the ISAF Sailing World in Melbourne with the home team claiming 16 medals across the eight Olympic and two Paralympic classes. The final day of Sail Melbourne featured close racing across the fleets with the top 10 boats in each class hitting Port Phillip Bay for the medal races. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne Day 5 highlights By Craig Heydon, 10:13 AM Sat 12 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne, part of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, has now reached the penultimate fifth day of competition. We bring you up to date on all of the action via this series of video highlights. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup – Tight racing at Sail Melbourne By Roger McMillan, , 5:57 AM Sat 12 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - With just the medal races to go tomorrow most of the eight Olympic events being contested are still wide open. A day of light winds saw some champions make decisive moves, but others will have a nervous night. Only one class has already been decided. Triple world Laser champion, Tom Slingsby, has a 19 point lead and can therefore finish last in the Medal Race and still win. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup 2013 - Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mapfre selected By Neus Jordi, , 4:59 AM Sat 12 Nov 2011
The organisation of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mapfre celebrated this afternoon at the Barcelona International Boat Show the announcement of its inclusion in the new Olympic classes world sailing circuit to start in 2013. Only two European events have been selected and the Sofia is one of them with its 43rd edition to be held in the bay of Palma in April 2012. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup – Light winds test crews at Sail Melbourne By Lauren Garnet, , 8:40 PM Fri 11 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne - The final day of racing tomorrow, Saturday, is set for an exciting finish with the final positions in the majority of classes still to be decided. Light winds tested all of the crews on Port Phillip Bay with tight racing the highlight of day five. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup – Slingsby guaranteed Gold at Sail Melbourne By Craig Heydon, 8:04 PM Fri 11 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - Australia’s Tom Slingsby has wrapped up the Laser class title with a day to spare at the opening round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup. Slingsby heads into the final 10 boat double point medal race with a 19 point lead over Great Britain’s Nick Thompson with Australian Ashley Brunning third. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup – Outstanding win for Matt Bugg in Melbourne By Peter Campbell, 7:47 PM Fri 11 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup - Tasmanian sailor Matt Bugg today won the International 2.4mR class at Sail Melbourne on Port Phillip, with an extraordinary score of eight wins and a second. The World Cup regatta, at Sandringham Yacht Club, marks the start of Bugg’s concerted international campaign to secure a place in Australia’s sailing team for the 2012 London Paralympic Games. ...[more]


Perth 2011 - Not always happy families on Olympic class sailing scene By Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team, 7:12 PM Fri 11 Nov 2011
For the last five years a not very secret project has been aiming to deliver a better more durable Laser sail. The final prototypes have been tested for more than 18 months, they’ve passed with flying colours, its reported that the World Council unanimously voted for a routine equipment change a long time ago but the project is now very much stalled. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne 2011 - Day 4 Images from Teri Dodds By Teri Dodds, Melbourne , 10:45 AM Fri 11 Nov 2011
Geelong photographer Teri Dodds brings you some images from Day Four of the ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne 2011, being hosted by Sandringham Yacht Club, in Melbourne. ...[more]


Sail Melbourne Day 4 - Intense racing By Lauren Garnet, , 10:09 PM Thu 10 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - More manageable conditions on the fourth day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup opening round allowed for a full compliment of racing. The 49ers, who didn’t complete a race on day three, got four in today, with New Zealander’s Peter Burling and Blair Tuke beginning the day in the lead ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup – Australian sailors lead the way in Melbourne By Craig Heydon, 8:45 PM Thu 10 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - After four days of racing at the opening round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, Australian sailors lead the way in four classes. Crews were greeted by steady winds and choppy seas on Thursday, allowing for a full schedule of racing on Port Phillip Bay. Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen went into the day second overall, behind New Zealand’s Peter Burling and Blair Tuke ...[more]


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