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i>Welcome Sail-World.Com's USA newsletter for 17 September 2009
More on the America's Cup and Louis Vuitton World Series scene, with the announcement that Team Origin (GBR) will be joining the Louis Vuitton World Series and will also be competing on the Audi MedCup Series next year (as will Emirates Team New Zealand). Other announcements are expected to bring the LVWS/World Sailing Teams Association group up to ten or more teams.
There has been no announcement from the International Sailing Federation, following its Executive Committee Meeting in the weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark on the new event, or indeed whether an application has in fact been made to the world body. Neither is there any mention of the new event on the ISAF website news, although every other online sailing news service in the world has covered the new creation in some detail.
The controversial agreement between the International Sailing Federation and Societe Nautique de Geneve burst unexpectedly into the daylight with the ISAF and SNG deciding to release the hitherto 'secret' document just before telephone conference was due to be convened between the parties. Co-incidentally the release came just a day after Sailing Scuttlebutt's America's Cup correspondent, Cory Friedman, claimed to have obtained a copy via publicly available sources and had advised the New York Supreme Court, of its existence before he re-published the document himself. We have a look at some of the issues in this edition and Golden Gate YC have provided their laundry list.
The Skandia Go for Gold regatta has run into very fresh breezes costing one race day. We have several reports in this issue as competitors get their first taste of the 2012 Olympic venue.
After losing two days of racing in the Audi MedCup in Cartagena, Spain, the breeze came back with a vengeance along with some tricky seas - providing some great opportunities for the photographers. Catch the galleries in this issue.
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Andrew Campbell - Poised for a comeback... still Andrew Campbell, Andrew Campbell reports from Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta in Weymouth, UK. 'If it were easy, everybody would be doing it.' That's what my coach Bill Ward used to say about racing on the international circuit.... [more] Onsend this story
Chicago Match Race Center's September A regatta - Hardesty undefeated CMRC Media, Day One of the Chicago Match Race Center's September A regatta. 'It was tricky in the waves and light wind especially in the pre-starts,' said Hardesty. 'We were lucky to have lots of experience in these boats and able to come from behind with boatspeed.'... [more] Onsend this story
Images of Cartagena: Spectacular racing in the big breeze Ian Roman, Top international photographer, Ian Roman was in the air for the second day of racing in the Audi MedCup at Cartagena and provides this spectacular gallery of images.... [more] Onsend this story
Star North American Championship - Horton cracks the code Lynn Fitzpatrick Worldregattas.com, Star North American Championship report. Horton/Erickson (USA) cracked the code of Long Island Sound's wind shifts and flushing current and walked away from Thursday's two races of the 2009 Star North American Championship with two horizon jobs.... [more] Onsend this story
Rolex Farr 40 North American Championship preview Dana Paxton, Rolex Farr 40 North American Championship preview. Scheduled for September 24-27, the regatta will be preceded by the Windy City Match Race, September 22-23. As the premier owner/driver one-design class, Farr 40 owners annually determine the group's racing schedule, and it was unanimous that the North Americans take place in Chicago.... [more] Onsend this story
2009 Soling Worlds, light winds at the second day of racing Matias Collins, 2009 Soling Worlds - it was a Brazilian day; BRA 73 had a bullet in the first race and a third in the second, bringing them up to the second place overall. In race one, the right outside part of the lake paid as there seemed to be a bit more wind.... [more] Onsend this story
Anna Tunnicliffe - Sail for Gold - Three wins to advance Anna Tunnicliffe, Anna Tunnicliffe reports from the Sail for Gold regatta at Weymouth. The day started with group A finishing up their four races to complete their round robin, and then we went out to sail.... [more] Onsend this story
iShares Cup Cup teams prepare for Extreme sailing on a tricky course iShares Cup media, iShares Cup Cup teams prepare for Extreme sailing. The six-event European series sees the iShares Cup return to the Dutch capital for the third consecutive year, with nine teams again racing the 40ft long catamarans on Amsterdam's narrow waterways in the IJ-haven.... [more] Onsend this story
Golden Gate not happy with ISAF 'secret' agreement on America's Cup Golen Gate YC Media, Following yesterday's unexpected release of the so=called 'secret agreement' between the International Sailing Federation and Societe Nautique de Geneve, the Challenger of Record have issued a statement commenting on the agreement and the advantage they believe it confers on the Defender (SNG/Team Alinghi).... [more] Onsend this story
New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup: 'Game on' as NYYC leads Barby MacGowan, New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup. Lotz gave credit to his team and tactician Ken Read (Newport, R.I.), known as one of the best sailors in the world, for a remarkable comeback in the second race that took them from sorry-at the-start to phenomenal-at-the-finish. Having jumped the start gun with three others, the team was called back to clear itself and begin again.... [more] Onsend this story
Skandia Sail for Gold - European Champion leads the Finns Robert Deaves IFA, Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta - Finn Class report. After the disappointment of a day lost Wednesday because of high winds, the Finns were keen to get going but had to wait until mid afternoon before they could start. By then an early morning 20 knots plus had given way to an easterly 10-12 knots.... [more] Onsend this story
Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta approaches its climax Event media, The Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta approaches its climax. Skandia Team GBR sailor Paul Goodison, the Beijing 2008 Laser gold medallist, brought to an end Tom Slingsby's (AUS) impressive record of five wins from five races in the final Laser class race of the day.... [more] Onsend this story
MedCup Circuit: TeamOrigin onboard for 2010 Sabina Mollart-Rogerson, Britain's TeamOrigin, following an announcement yesterday, will be stepping up their sailing activities again, there has been confirmation that the team plan to compete on next year's Audi MedCup Circuit.... [more] Onsend this story
MedCup Circuit Caja Mediterraneo Region of Murcia Trophy underway Sabina Mollart-Rogerson, Audi MedCup Circuit Caja Mediterraneo Region of Murcia Trophy: As if to display exactly why they are the champions-in-waiting of the 2009 Audi MedCup Circuit TP52 Series, Emirates Team New Zealand produced a flawless display across two very challenging big breeze races today to set themselves off on the perfect footing as the Caja Mediterraneo Region of Murcia Trophy finally got under way.... [more] Onsend this story
Star North Americans - Clarke and Bjorn and the P Star surf ahead Lynn Fitzpatrick - Worldregattas.com, Star North American Championships report from day two of competition. Richard Clarke and Tyler Bjorn (CAN) surfed their way to two bullets in an easterly that swept swells and saturated rain clouds down Long Island Sound.... [more] Onsend this story
2009 Soling World Championship day one- Lake Ontario, Toronto, Canada Event media, Day One for the 2009 Soling World Championship being sailed on Lake Ontario in Toronto, Canada. The wind built up from northeast and then went more to the east. Initially winds were around 10 knots but conditions built, there was some short chop and the wind kept increasing with gusts reaching 20 knots.... [more] Onsend this story
New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup images from Leighton O'Connor Leighton O'Connor, New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup day one. Photographer Leighton O'Connor took these images from race one of the event.... [more] Onsend this story
NYYC Invitational Cup - day 1 is 'a ripper' NYYC Media, The opening race, sailed in lumpy seas and an 18-knot easterly on Rhode Island Sound, started the regatta off with lots of action, as the Canadian boat, helmed by Terry McLaughlin, battled most closely with the New York Yacht Club, Royal Cork Yacht Club (IRL) and Japan Sailing Federation for best position between the start and the first mark two miles to windward.... [more] Onsend this story
Anna Tunnicliffe Day 2 and 3 reports from Sail for Gold Regatta Anna Tunnicliffe, Anna Tunnicliffe reports from the Sail for Gold Regatta at Weymouth, UK. Today was blown out for most classes here at the Sail for Gold Regatta in Weymouth, England... [more] Onsend this story
Clipper 09-10 Race 1 Line honours to Team Finland Heather Ewing, Line honours in the first race of Clipper 09-10 go to Team Finland as a drama-filled Race 1 draws to a conclusion. Arriving in the Bassin des Chalutiers, La Rochelle, a jubilant Eero said, 'It was a good warm up. It hasn't quite sunk in yet that we've actually started the race and that it's actually happening.'... [more] Onsend this story
Gladwell's Line: ISAF releases confidential document ahead of Hearing Richard Gladwell, The International Sailing Federation have released the hitherto confidential America's Cup agreement ahead of a telephone hearing the New York Supreme Court. Yesterday permission was sought from the New York Supreme Court by Sailing Scuttlebutt's America's Cup correspondent Cory Friedman, who had filed papers with the Court, to have the agreement made public.... [more] Onsend this story
America's Cup - ISAF requests permission to file Amicus Curiae Brief ISAF, The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) today asked the New York Supreme Court for permission to file an Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) brief in the litigation between the Golden Gate Yacht Club (GGYC) and the Société Nautique de Genève (SNG) regarding the 33rd America's Cup.... [more] Onsend this story
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