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Tornado Speedsailing at Kieler Woche + Video By Roland Gaebler, 7:33 PM Tue 26 Jun 2012
During Keiler Woche 2012 it was great emotional racing in the Audi Sailing Arena. The Tornado Speedsailing was held in the habour channel of Kiel Sailing City. The weather was wild and crazy. Sun, rain, calm, strong gusts and thunderstorm were packed in all the days of racing. ...[more]


Kiel Week - Polgar and Koy on course for success By Kieler Woche, 2:08 AM Sat 23 Jun 2012
Kieler Woche 2012 - Sunshine, wind and one race after the other, all to be finished before the big thunderstorm in Kiel Schilksee. It was the second day in a row with almost perfect conditions for the international classes at the Kiel Week. Having managed again three races, the sailors are looking at a promising last weekend. ...[more]


Kiel Week - Kiteboarding makes it's Sailing World Cup debut By Markus Schwendtner, Kiel , 4:14 AM Fri 22 Jun 2012
Kieler-Woche hosted two Kiteboarding demonstrations in Kiel, Germany yesterday, Wednesday 20th June 2012. After Kiteboarding has been chosen as an event for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro at the ISAF mid-year meeting in Stresa, Italy, earlier this year, the new sailing discipline made it's first appearance during this final event of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Kiel. ...[more]


Kiel Week final day glory By Kieler Woche, 8:03 AM Thu 21 Jun 2012
The Kiel Week medal race was once again the crowning highlight at the close of racing for the Olympic classes and again the final of the Lasers, with a live broadcast in front of the Audi Lounge, attracted the audience. Philipp Buhl (Sonthofen) took revenge for the previous year, finishing first in the last race and thus managed to slip in front of Simon Grotelueschen (Kiel) overall. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup Standings announced By ISAF, 1:30 AM Thu 21 Jun 2012
Kieler-Woche, the final ISAF Sailing World Cup Regatta 2011-12, was held in Germany at the Kieler Yacht Club. After the conclusion of the regatta in Kiel today the World Cup Standings have been decided. The Finn title was up for grabs in Kiel with Caleb Paine (USA) and Brendan Casey (AUS) fighting it out to claim the honours. ...[more]


Kiel Week - On shore at German Sailing World Cup round By Craig Heydon, 12:50 PM Wed 20 Jun 2012
A lack of breeze has brought the penultimate day of racing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup round in Germany to an early end. Brendan Casey heads into the Finn class medal race second overall, just three points behind leader Deniss Karpak of Estonia after seven races. ...[more]


Kiel Week - Lack of wind on penultimate day By Kieler Woche, 5:12 AM Wed 20 Jun 2012
On the penultimate day of Kiel Week, a touch of summer with a thermal sea breeze was supposed to dominate the sailing conditions in Kiel, but not much wind kicked in. Race director Jobst Richter had already announced an early start the previous day to be able to use each opportunity for some wind. But most participants got up early just to rest again and wait. ...[more]


Casey closes in on lead at Kiel Week By Brendan Casey, 1:33 PM Tue 19 Jun 2012
Australian sailor Brendan Casey has had a great day on the water at the ISAF Sailing World Cup round in Kiel, Germany. Casey will make his Olympic debut this year with the ISAF Sailing World Cup event his final hit out before London 2012. ...[more]


Australians in top ten in three classes at Kiel Week By Craig Heydon, 11:39 AM Mon 18 Jun 2012
At Kiel Week Brendan Casey is second overall in the Finn class, with Ryan Palk sixth in the Laser class and Ashley Stoddart sixth in the Laser Radials. ...[more]


Aussies in top 10 in three classes at German Sailing World Cup round By Craig Heydon, 5:54 AM Mon 18 Jun 2012
Australian sailors sit inside the top 10 in three classes after the opening two days of racing at the final round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Kiel, Germany. ...[more]


Kiel Week now in full swing By Kieler Woche, 8:45 AM Sun 17 Jun 2012
Kiel Week 2012 is now underway. The event started with good wind conditions, a bit of sunshine and some heavy showers during the day with the races for the dinghies and big boats officially commencing. The traditional first race of the event was for the seagoing boats in front of the party mile and shoreline in Kiel. ...[more]


London 2012 Olympics - Irish sailors are 'Genuine Prospects' By Irish Sailing Association, , 7:09 PM Fri 15 Jun 2012
London 2012 Olympics - Irish Olympic sailors were in Dublin on 14 June 2012 in advance of their final training camps. The sailors are currently in a rest period following a very successful ISAF World Cup regatta in Weymouth last week at which Gold and Bronze medals were won. ...[more]


ISAF World Cup: Team Jolly on winning the Gold Medal at Weymouth By Jo Aleh, Auckland , 7:42 PM Wed 13 Jun 2012
For the last week, we have been racing in the Sail for Gold Regatta - the last World Cup event for us of the year, and pretty much the last big regatta we will do until the games. Nicely for us, it went rather well.... The 470 course for the regatta was out in the back paddock, a good 25-45 minute tow from the launching ramp (the tow being the coldest part of the day) ...[more]


Sail for Gold Regatta - Team Sperry bring home host of medals By Louise Bennett, 9:46 PM Tue 12 Jun 2012
Skandia Sail for Gold regatta proved to be testing all week for athletes sailing at the Weymouth venue, with big winds and strong competition. Team Sperry Top-Sider athletes fought the conditions well to bring home a host of medals. ...[more]


Sail for Gold - Giles Scott emerges victorious By Robert Deaves, 7:51 AM Sun 10 Jun 2012
In the 2012 Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta, Giles Scott (GBR) has been a man on a mission all week and today was no different. After winning five out of the seven opening series races, he wrapped up his most dominant week ever with a medal race win to take the victory by a sizeable 30 points. Ben Ainslie (GBR) finished the week in second despite capsizing and finishing last in the medal race ...[more]


ISAF World Cup: NZ crews win Gold and Bronze medals at Olympic venue By Sail-World, 7:19 AM Sun 10 Jun 2012
Jo Aleh and Olivia (Polly) Powrie won the Gold medal in the Womens Two-handed (470) event at the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta sailed at the 2012 Olympic regatta venue. The New Zealand crew in the Mens Two-Hander (470), Paul Snow-Hansen with crew, Jason Saunders, won the Bronze medal, after earlier leading the regatta. ...[more]


Sail for Gold - Aussies claim four gold medals By Craig Heydon, 7:18 AM Sun 10 Jun 2012
On the closing day of Sail for Gold, the last event in Weymouth ahead of next month’s London 2012 Olympic Games, Australian sailors won four gold medals and a silver medal. The final day haul included gold medals for Laser sailor Tom Slingsby, 470 pair Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page, 49er crew Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen, and Women's Match Racers Olivia Price, Nina Curtis and Lucinda Whitty ...[more]


Sail for Gold Regatta – Medal race day overall + Video By Jo Grindley, 4:10 AM Sun 10 Jun 2012
Skandia Sail for Gold - One storm had passed, but another was brewing and the drama was just beginning on medal race day. There were ten classes and thirty medals to decide, and not one of them was a certainty. After a week of tumultuous weather, the sun finally came out and the wind moderated to a perfect 15 knots for the opening races, building to a fresh 20-22 knots for the final medals. ...[more]


ISAF Sailing World Cup - Women’s Match Racing title winner announced By ISAF, 3:48 AM Sun 10 Jun 2012
Skandia Sail for Gold, the sixth of seven ISAF Sailing World Cup Regattas, is currently underway in Weymouth, Great Britain. Today, Saturday 9th June, Anna Tunnicliffe, Molly Vandemoer and Debbie Capozzi (USA) have taken the Women’s Match Racing ISAF Sailing World Cup title. ...[more]


Sail for Gold Regatta - Great Britain tops leaderboard By Jo Grindley / Sail-World.com, 9:39 PM Sat 9 Jun 2012
Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta 2012 medal race day was held in Weymouth, Great Britain, today, Saturday 9th June on two courses, one inside the harbour and the other under the Olympic spectator site on the Nothe. After a tumultuous day Great Britain topped the leaderboard with four golds, three silvers and four bronze medals.. ...[more]


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