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Lijia Xu ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year 2012 - THAT Speech By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 2:13 AM Sun 3 Nov 2013
Lijia Xu (CHN) was crowned ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year 2012 at an awards night in Dublin, Ireland. The acceptance speech from the China sailor was one of the most eloquent ever heard. The acceptance speech from the China sailor was one of the most eloquent ever heard. If you have not heard it, you can catch it now. ...[more]


Mat Belcher – 17 in a row - 'The harder I work, the luckier I get' By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 8:56 AM Tue 20 Aug 2013
The harder I work the luckier I get, is a quotation attributed variously to Thomas Jefferson and Mark Twain but perhaps of Amish origin, but regardless the sentiment is well understood. And it’s something that one of Australia´s most successful Olympic class regatta sailors and his coach understands very well. ...[more]


2012 Olympic Games - Stevie Morrison one year on By Lindsey Bell, 8:01 AM Mon 22 Jul 2013
This week, as we approach the anniversary of the 2012 Olympic Games on 27 July, we’ll hear from members of the 2012 British Sailing Team who reflect on their own Games experiences ...[more]


2012 Olympic Games - Lucy Macgregor one year on By Lindsey Bell, 8:01 AM Mon 22 Jul 2013
All this week, as we approach the anniversary of the 2012 Olympic Games on 27 July, we’ll hear from members of the 2012 British Sailing Team who reflect on their own Games experiences ...[more]


Ainslie: Close to quitting sailing after Andrew 'Bart' Simpson's death By Sail-world.com, 5:27 PM Mon 3 Jun 2013
British sailing great, Sir Ben Ainslie writes in The Daily Telegraph on after the funeral service for his close friend, Andrew Simpson, killed in San Francisco as a result of an AC72 break up, during a training session. ...[more]


A Tribute to Bart By America's Cup Media, 7:07 PM Fri 31 May 2013
Andrew 'Bart' Simpson died in the capsize of the Artemis Racing AC72 on May 9, 2013. His service will be held on Friday May 31 in Sherborne Abbey, UK, followed by a celebration of his life at Sherborne Castle. This video pays tribute to Bart's many sailing achievements ...[more]


Fisher's View: Super Sunday - America's Cup WS - Race Day 4 By Bob Fisher, Naples, Italy , 6:30 AM Mon 22 Apr 2013
Race Day 4 America's Cup World Series, Naples: 'Super Sunday' – the very term is destined to be inspirational, but it can also induce fear to a team that has dutifully logged a series of good results to appear at or near the top of the scoreboard. The reason is the heavily skewed points available for the one race on the final day. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Birthday - in Naples - America's Cup WS - Race Day 3 By Bob Fisher, Naples, Italy , 7:03 AM Sun 21 Apr 2013
Race Day 3 America's Cup World Series, Naples: As if by magic, as the time for the racing approached, the clouds rolled away and there was 13 knots of seabreeze – almost perfect. The first match was between Tom Slingsby with Oracle and Ben Ainslie in BAR swith another crew from that stable. The pre-start was quiet but Slingsby started to windward of Ainslie and took the advantage to lead at the ...[more]


Fisher's View: Poets in Naples - America's Cup WS - Race Day 2 By Bob Fisher, Naples, Italy , 8:46 AM Sat 20 Apr 2013
Race Day 2 America's Cup World Series, Naples: First up was the quarter-final match for Luna Rossa – Swordfish in the hands of Francesco Bruni and Dean Barker in ETNZ. It promised much, and delivered. Barker forced Bruni over early and after the Italian had taken his penalty, ETNZ led by five seconds at the first mark and held that to the leeward gate. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Watching the breeze die.' - America's Cup WS - Day 3 By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:32 AM Fri 19 Apr 2013
Day 3 America's Cup World Series, Naples: Winds in Naples Bay have a reputation for being notoriously fickle. One old salt once expressed this graphically by altering an age-old instruction to 'See Naples and watch the breeze die.' And it did, during the races with patches of no more than four knots and huge shifts of up to 40 degrees. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Wished for a Lay Day - America's Cup WS, Naples - Day 2 By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:04 AM Thu 18 Apr 2013
Day 2 America's Cup World Series, Naples: There was a time, back when Olympic classes regattas were week-long affairs with one race a day, that Wednesdays were always lay days. Some of the sailors in the ACWS final regatta might have wished it were still the case, but all nine boats were out all afternoon for practice racing, just as they had been the previous day. ...[more]


Fisher's View: A gift horse in need - America's Cup WS, Naples - Day 1 By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 11:42 PM Tue 16 Apr 2013
Day 1 America's Cup World Series, Naples: Today’s media 'conference', for want of a better word, was a shining example of a gift horse in need. It was held in a building with bare walls and more echoes than enough – and the behavior of the 'media' not actually involved was appalling – they talked loudly and the photographers were among the worst. Interviewing a skipper was a painful operation. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series Naples - Austrians among nine crews entered By Irene Corosu, , 7:15 AM Fri 22 Mar 2013
The America’s Cup World Series Naples is coming up, set to take place 16th-21st April and it has been announced that Austrians Roman Hagara and Hans-Peter Steinacher, double Olympic Gold medalists in the Tornado catamaran, have entered. The duo will sail under the banner HS Racing and race under the US flag in partnership with Oracle Team USA. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series - Charlie Ekberg joins Artemis Racing By Jennifer McHugh, , 5:11 AM Sat 9 Mar 2013
Artemis Racing has now announced that Charlie Ekberg will join Artemis Racing White during the America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) April 16-21 in Naples, Italy. The move marks Artemis Racing’s investment in the next generation of America’s Cup sailors and Swedish youth sailing. Charlie is one of Sweden’s leading 49er helmsman. ...[more]


Ainslie knighted in New Year Honours, five others recognised By Lindsay Bell, United Kingdom , 7:31 PM Sat 29 Dec 2012
British sailor and four-time Olympic gold medalist Ben Ainslie has capped a triumphant year of sailing with a Knighthood in the New Year Honours list. British Sailing has more cause for celebration, with honours also going to Paralympic gold medallist Helena Lucas, and to Ainslie’s coach David Howlett, who were both named as Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE). ...[more]


A look back at the extraordinary 2012 Extreme Sailing Series By Extreme Sailing Series, , 1:37 AM Thu 20 Dec 2012
The sixth year on the international sailing calendar for the Extreme Sailing Series global circuit has seen eight world-class teams – plus three ‘wildcard’ home teams in Cardiff, Qingdao and Rio - compete in seven Acts, spanning three continents in what has been another extraordinary year of competition. ...[more]


Edmond de Rothschild Group third in 2012 Extreme Sailing Series By Kate Jennings, , 3:04 AM Sun 16 Dec 2012
The final Grand Prix of the Extreme Sailing Series 2012 definitely lived up to expectations! Over four days, the nine competing crews sailed on an exceptional site, at the foot of the famous Sugarloaf Mountain, beneath the gaze of the no less famous Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado. ...[more]


America’s Cup 2013 – VIP tickets available for U.S Sailing members By Jake Fish, San Francisco, California , 2:42 PM Thu 13 Dec 2012
The America’s Cup, the most coveted sailing event in the world, will be sharing its prestige with U.S Sailing members by providing them with exclusive access to avail of VIP hospitality tickets to a number of America’s Cup events, including the Louis Vuitton Cup, Red Bull Youth America’s Cup, America’s Cup Challenger, and the 2013 America’s Cup finals. ...[more]


Extreme Sailing Series - Exhilarating double win for The Wave, Muscat By Extreme Sailing Series, , 9:58 AM Mon 10 Dec 2012
At the Extreme Sailing Series Act 8 in Rio de Janeiro, it has been the most closely contested finish ever in the six-year history of the Series, today saw The Wave, Muscat clinch the final Act victory by the smallest of margins – just 0.2 points ahead of the French Groupe Edmond de Rothschild. ...[more]


Extreme Sailing Series - Podium places up for grabs + Video By Extreme Sailing Series, , 9:34 AM Sun 9 Dec 2012
In the Extreme Sailing Series, on a day that saw the strongest winds so far here in Rio de Janeiro – a city that will have the world’s eyes on it for the next four years in the build up to the 2016 Olympic Games – the pressure turned up a tempo on the water. ...[more]


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