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Bay of Islands Race Week: Freshening breeze - Predictwind - Day 2 By Richard Gladwell, , 7:25 AM Thu 22 Jan 2015
Competitors on the 2015 Bay of Islands Sailing Week can expect light to moderate moderate SE winds for the second day of racing. Predictwind shows that the breeze will be under 10kts for the morning, before swinging east or NE late in the morning/early afternoon. ...[more]


Bay of Islands Race Week: Moderate breezes - Predictwind - Day 1 By Richard Gladwell, , 7:35 AM Wed 21 Jan 2015
Competitors on the 2015 Bay of Islands Sailing Week can expect moderate SE winds for the first day of racing. Predictwind shows that the breeze will be gusting to 20kts in the morning, before easing and swinging east later in the day. ...[more]


McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds: Great sailing - Predictwind - Day 6 By Richard Gladwell, , 11:21 AM Fri 16 Jan 2015
The 158 strong fleet at the McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds can expect champagne sailing conditions for the final day of the regatta. The latest weather data, analysed by Predictwind shows a the breeze coming out of the West initially and then swinging SW at a strength of 10-15 kts for Day 6 of the regatta. ...[more]


McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds: Same big breeze - Predictwind - Day 5 By Richard Gladwell, , 11:40 AM Thu 15 Jan 2015
The 158 strong fleet at the McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds can expect the same strong winds, but from a new direction for day 5 and probably Day 6 of the event. The latest weather data, analysed by Predictwind shows a the breeze coming out of the SW at a strength of 20 kts and gusting to 25kts for Day 5 of the regatta. ...[more]


McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds: Testing time - Predictwind - Day 4 By Richard Gladwell, , 8:50 AM Tue 13 Jan 2015
The 158 strong fleet at the McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds can expect a confused breeze on Port Phillip for the second day of racing in the Finals. The latest weather data, analysed by Predictwind shows a fresh northerly breeze early in the morning, but according to one of the data feeds analysed by Predictwind, it will swing east during the day and will ease a little. ...[more]


McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds: Softer breeze for Day 3 - Predictwind By Richard Gladwell, , 10:41 AM Mon 12 Jan 2015
The 158 strong fleet at the McDougall+McConaghy Moth Worlds can expect an easing breeze on Port Phillip for the third day of racing. The latest weather data, analysed by Predictwind shows a softening E breeze which will be averaging 10kts and gusting to over 18kts during the racing ...[more]


McDougall + McConaghy Moth Worlds: Big breeze for Day 2 - Predictwind By Richard Gladwell, , 12:28 PM Sun 11 Jan 2015
The 165 strong fleet at the McDougall + McConaghy Moth Worlds can expect a much fresher breeze on Port Phillip for the second day of racing. The latest weather data, analysed by Predictwind shows a building SE breeze which will be averaging 15kts and gusting to over 25kts during the racing. ...[more]


Debut for new lost cost tracker in Auckland Tauranga Race By Richard Gladwell, 10:44 PM Thu 28 Mar 2013
A new race tracker has made its debut in the Auckland Tauranga race. The fleet can be tracked using a new Tracker facility from Predictwind which can be accessed from a PC or Mac Most of the boats are displayed except for the some of the race leaders, including Kia Kaha ...[more]


JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiffs: Live coverage - start 3.00pm Sydney time By Richard Gladwell, 8:05 AM Sun 17 Feb 2013
Organisers of the JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Trophy are running a great website which features live tracking. Click on the links below to follow the live race tracking (all things willing). A video of the Invitation race is available for viewing, other races will be posted on the Video channel www.jj18footerstv.com as they are uploaded. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Official Video of latest edtion By Volvo Ocean Race, 10:15 PM Tue 21 Aug 2012
The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 started in Alicante, Spain in October 2011 and concluded in Galway, Ireland during early July 2012. This documentary tracks the fleet during their amazing around the world journey. Catch all the drama and action as the teams sail a 39,000 nautical miles through the world's most treacherous seas via Cape Town, Abu Dhabi, Sanya, Auckland, around Cape Horn to Itajaí, M ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: All-Women crew announced for the 2014-15 edition By Sail-World, 9:10 PM Tue 21 Aug 2012
The Volvo Ocean Race will feature an all-female team for the first time since 2001-02 after global hygiene and forest company SCA announced they would enter a women’s crew for the next edition in 2014-15. 'The lack of women in the last few editions of the race has meant we haven't been representing half the population of the human race' - Knut Frostad, Volvo Ocean Race, CEO ...[more]


B&G helps Volvo Ocean Race winner to victory By Navico, , 1:31 PM Tue 31 Jul 2012
After 39,000 gruelling nautical miles of this year’s Volvo Ocean Race, it’s not just the victorious crew of Groupama who have performed amazing feats. All equipment on-board the 70ft race boat has been tested to the limit, and has contributed to the amazing win, which was the culmination of the closest race in 39 years of racing history. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: And when the race is over.... + Video By Camper Media and Daryl Wislang, 7:47 PM Wed 18 Jul 2012
Camper, the second placed boat in the Volvo Ocean Race, has returned to her Spanish home. She will visit the Copa del Rey in Palma de Mallorca. Sponsored by the Mallorcan footwear company Camper, the return of the joint Spanish and New Zealand flagged boat, marks the end of a round the world adventure that started with the yacht’s baptism at the RCNP in September 2011 and the race start from A ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Calling up the Reinforcements By Volvo Ocean Race, 6:57 PM Wed 18 Jul 2012
They say one man's misfortune is another man's opportunity, and that certainly was the case for reserve sailors in the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race, who were given the chance to prove they could step up to challenges as big as the Southern Ocean, often with barely any notice. Be it an email with a subject line 'get your boots ready' or a hurried face-to-face with the skipper just minutes before the st ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race - Newsletter: Leg 9 and the Finish - 18 July 2012 By ., 9:46 PM Tue 17 Jul 2012
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The most successful Volvo Ocean Race yet By Volvo Ocean Race, 9:53 PM Mon 16 Jul 2012
The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 was not only the closest race in the 39-year history of the event but also the most successful, CEO Knut Frostad said on Thursday, with hundreds of thousands of fans visiting Galway in Ireland for a buoyant finale and outstanding growth across media platforms set to be confirmed once final data is in. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Sanderson wants to go again By Volvo Ocean Race, 9:32 PM Mon 16 Jul 2012
Sanya skipper Mike Sanderson will be back racing as early as this weekend but the big date circled in his diary is in late 2014 when he expects to return for another campaign in the Volvo Ocean Race. Sanderson skippered ABN AMRO ONE to victory in 2005-06 and while his race this time with Sanya was not the same glittering success he is determined it will not be his final appearance in the Volvo ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Reluctant hero Marsh takes seamanship honour By Volvo Ocean race, 8:20 PM Mon 16 Jul 2012
The title ‘hero’ does not rest easy on the shoulders of Groupama bowman Brad Marsh, but most agree that it is the best way to describe the Kiwi who repaired a sinking yacht, saved a broken rig and scaled a 31-metre mast in a storm front. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean race: How the closest ever race was won By Volvo Ocean Race, 8:12 PM Mon 16 Jul 2012
The 11th edition of the Volvo Ocean Race was tipped to be the closest ever, and it did not disappoint. To coincide with the Leg 9 documentary, we take a look back at all the action. For the first time in the race’s 39-year-history four boats were still in with a realistic chance of winning with a matter of days remaining. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race - Perfection never enough for Franck Cammas By Volvo Ocean Race, , 6:01 PM Tue 10 Jul 2012
Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 skipper Franck Cammas, at the age of just 39, is already assured of his place in sailing history thanks to Groupama's debut victory in the Volvo Ocean Race. Here we profile the charismatic French sailor for whom perfection is never good enough. ...[more]


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