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Collinson FX - Dec 12 - NZD regains some ground Collinson FX - Dec 12 - NZD regains some groundCollinson FX Market Commentary - December 12 - NZD regains some groundThe NZD regained some recent lost ground, jumping back to 0.6900, while the AUD pushed above 0.7500.by Collinson FX Posted 13 Dec 01:55 NZDT Maloney and Meech continue their dominance Maloney and Meech continue their dominanceAlex Maloney and Molly Meech continue their dominance in the 49erFX at Sail SydneyAlex Maloney and Molly Meech continued their dominance in the 49erFX at Sail Sydney, with seemingly their biggest worry keeping out of the way of ferries chugging up and down Sydney harbour.by Yachting NZ Posted 12 Dec 23:03 NZDT Nosediving at speed is not restricted to the AC50 Nosediving at speed is not restricted to the AC50SuperFoiler nosediving at speed and then launches crew memberThe SuperFoiler sailors are finding out that nosediving at speed is not restricted to the AC50'sby Sail-World.com/nz Posted 12 Dec 18:03 NZDT 2017 Spring Twilight Series final day 2017 Spring Twilight Series final dayFinal race to determine who would take the seriesIt came down to the final race to determine who would take the series win in division one of the Marlborough Sounds Marinas Spring Twilight Series raced on Tuesday.by Brad Goode Posted 12 Dec 17:15 NZDT Laser Radial sailors in the mix at Sanya Laser Radial sailors in the mix at SanyaLaser Radial sailors in the mix at SanyaThe Laser Radial sailors led the way for the New Zealand team at the Youth Sailing World Championships in China, with both inside the top four after the first day of racing. Josh Armit opened his account in perfect fashion by winning the first raceby Yachting NZ Posted 12 Dec 10:05 NZDT A game of risk and reward A game of risk and rewardAhead of huge Southern Ocean depression in Volvo Ocean Race Leg 3A trade-off between speed and safety was playing out among the Volvo Ocean Race fleet on Tuesday as the teams gear up for their first real taste of Southern Ocean brutality.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 13 Dec 04:40 NZDT Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 2 Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 2Young Belgian team hold firmClaeyssens is one of the youngest competitors at the Youth Worlds, an event open to sailors under 19 or born after 31 December 1998, and is showing experience beyond his years, both on the water and when faced with a deluge of cameras and media requests.by Daniel Smith / World Sailing Posted 13 Dec 00:52 NZDT Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 10 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 10Qingdao leads the fleet for the third consecutive dayQingdao leads the fleet for the third consecutive day and also picked up three extra points after being first across the Scoring Gate. The battle for the lead continues with Visit Seattle, which crossed the gate second to claim two pointsby The Clipper Race Posted 13 Dec 00:43 NZDT Women sailors shining at Sail Sydney Women sailors shining at Sail SydneyDarmanin is the only woman on the 12-person Australian Sailing TeamSquad members Amelia Stabback and Ella Clark are pursuing New Zealand's 49erFX Rio silver medallists Alex Maloney and Molly Meech, while Australian Sailing Squad Rio Olympians Carrie Smith and Jaime Ryan lead the women crews in the 470.by David Sygall Posted 12 Dec 22:42 NZDT Black Jack wins thrilling Harbour match up Black Jack wins thrilling Harbour match upJust 43 seconds separated leaders in SOLAS Big Boat ChallengeJust 43 seconds separated near-sister ships Black Jack and Wild Oats XI (the Oatley family) in the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's SOLAS Big Boat Challenge on Sydney Harbour today, when the black Queensland boat swooped across the finish line firstby Jim Gale Posted 12 Dec 20:12 NZDT SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Replay coverage SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Replay coverageSOLAS Big Boat Challenge Replay coverage of Sydney ThrillerSOLAS Big Boat Challenge replay from Sydney Harbour with Wild Oats XI, Beau Geste, Black Jack and the 60ft Wild Oats.by Richard Gladwell Posted 12 Dec 16:03 NZDT 2017 Youth Sailing World Championship day 2 2017 Youth Sailing World Championship day 2Early contenders emerged after a full complement of racingEarly contenders emerged after Monday's action at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya, China after a full complement of racing in the nine events.by World Sailing Posted 12 Dec 15:12 NZDT First VOR Apprentice Mustafa leads the charge First VOR Apprentice Mustafa leads the chargeThe goal is to gain the necessary qualifications and experienceIn joining Turn the Tide on Plastic, one of the seven teams in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18, as a Volvo Ocean Race Academy Apprentice, Ingham has the opportunity to pursue professional sailing with the most elite offshore sailors in the world.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 12 Dec 07:24 NZDT Respite after a furious start Respite after a furious startIn Volvo Ocean Race Leg 3A spectacular start to the 6,500 nautical mile leg from Cape Town in South Africa to Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday saw the city's famed 'Cape Doctor' breeze send the fleet on its way yesterday with 20 to 25 knots and huge seas.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 12 Dec 04:31 NZDT Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 1 Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 1Signals of intent put down in SanyaRacing in the 40-boat fleet, Rose won both races, sending out a message to the defending champion Dolores Moreira Fraschini (URU) and 2017 Youth Radial World Champion, Hannah Anderssohn (GER).by Daniel Smith / World Sailing Posted 12 Dec 04:26 NZDT Volvo OR - Punishing night for team AkzoNobel Volvo OR - Punishing night for team AkzoNobelVolvo OR - Punishing first night for team AkzoNobelAs predicted the first night of Leg 3 was a punishing one for team AkzoNobel and the rest of the seven-boat fleet as they pounded into 45-knot headwinds and huge breaking waves kicked up by the Agulhas Currentby team AkzoNobel Posted 12 Dec 01:51 NZDT Barton's new block range Barton's new block rangeWe speak to Suzanne Blaustone and Simon ReynoldsWe spoke to Suzanne Blaustone and Simon Reynolds of Barton Marine about their new block range and also the Victory block range.by Mark Jardine Posted 12 Dec 01:00 NZDT Sail Sydney Day 1 Sail Sydney Day 1Belcher and Ryan keen to add another title after Sail Melbourne winBelcher and Ryan were one of the standouts for Australia on a day which ended with New Zealand crews leading in three of the seven Olympic classes. The pair closed out both 470 races to assert their dominance over the 12-boat fleet.by David Sygall Posted 11 Dec 23:58 NZDT Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 9 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 9Light airs ahead of Scoring GateIt has been a day of contrasts for the fleet. After surfing down waves at 20 knots in the Southern Ocean, and rounding Waypoint Mitchell to head north, the fleet now faces a patch of light winds which is hindering progress.by The Clipper Race Posted 11 Dec 23:24 NZDT Kiwi crews take early lead at Sail Sydney Kiwi crews take early lead at Sail SydneyKiwi crews take early lead at Sail SydneyKiwi crews claimed bragging rights after the first day of Sail Sydney, with New Zealanders sitting on top of the leaderboard in all three classes they are competing in. Alex Maloney and Molly Meech started off in perfect fashion, winning all three raceby Yachting NZ Posted 11 Dec 22:21 NZDT
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