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Rio 2016 - Video replays of the Medal Races - Nacra, Finn, RS:X M+W Rio 2016 - Video replays of the Medal Races - Nacra, Finn, RS:X M+W Edited video replays of the Finals of the 2016 Olympic Sailing Regatta from Rio de Janeiro on the inshore stadium course Edited video replays of the Finals of the 2016 Olympic Sailing Regatta from Rio de Janeiro on the inshore stadium course off Flemenco Beach. Replays for the Medal races of the RS:X men, RS:X Women, Nacra 17 and Finn classes - all from the IOC's Olympic Channel by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com Posted today at 1:02 am RORC Cherbourg Race preview RORC Cherbourg Race preview About seven hundred sailors will be making the dash to France, in a variety of yachts racing under the IRC Rating system The penultimate race of the RORC Season's Points Championship often has a party atmosphere, it is the last race of the RORC season in English and French waters. About seven hundred sailors will be making the dash to France, in a variety of yachts racing under the IRC Rating system, and under the Class40 Rule. by Louay Habib Posted on 31 Aug Sailors battle for Centra RS200 and RS400 Irish Nationals titles Sailors battle for Centra RS200 and RS400 Irish Nationals titles The event saw 10 races completed for each class across two race courses with sailors experiencing the perfect conditions The event, kindly sponsored by Centra, saw 10 races completed for each class across two race courses with sailors experiencing the perfect mix of conditions. IRO Alan Crosbie and team took charge of the RS400 fleet South of Long Island and NRO David Harte and team took charge of the RS200 fleet outside Schull Harbour near Castle Island. by Alex Barry Posted on 31 Aug Rio 2016 Paralympics - Making the best of a bad situation Rio 2016 Paralympics - Making the best of a bad situation Already boasting a gold and two silver Paralympic medals, Germany's Jens Kroker has seen it and done it all in the Sonar Already boasting a gold and two silver Paralympic medals, Germany's Jens Kroker has seen it and done it all in the Sonar. However, heading in to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games he was faced with a challenge he hadn't ever thought of or wished for. by World Sailing Posted on 31 Aug 2015 -16 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - This day last year… 2015 -16 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - This day last year… Around St Katharine Docks, air was full of nervous energy and a sense of anticipation as Clipper Race crew said goodbye 2015 -16 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Around St Katharine Docks, the air was full of nervous energy and a sense of anticipation as the Clipper 2015-16 Race crew said goodbye to the thousands of well-wishers that gathered to bid them farewell on their round the world adventure. by Clipper Round the World Posted on 31 Aug Big breeze baptism of fire for 2016 Cascais 2016 World Championship Big breeze baptism of fire for 2016 Cascais 2016 World Championship The Cascais SB20 World Championships got off to a strong start today, Tuesday August 30 with three races The Cascais SB20 World Championships got off to a strong start today, Tuesday August 30 with three races held in testing but hugely enjoyable conditions with Portuguese sun and strong breezes. by True Angle Posted on 31 Aug 2016 RS Vareo Volvo Noble Marine National Championship – Day 2 and 3 2016 RS Vareo Volvo Noble Marine National Championship – Day 2 and 3 With just a minor readjustment in the afternoon the course set was good for the two races before lunch and two after. 2016 RS Vareo Volvo Noble Marine National Championship – The forecast was light for day two at Llandegfedd SC but on the day a little more wind showed up than expected blowing pretty much straight down the lake from the South/South West so the course was reversed from day one. With just a minor readjustment in the afternoon the course set was good for the two races before lunch and two after. by Paul North Posted on 31 Aug New Zealand team wins Etchells Open Europeans ahead of Worlds New Zealand team wins Etchells Open Europeans ahead of Worlds The team from Auckland scored no worse than a seventh, in the four race series, to win the first regatta of the event. After two days of tricky shifting breeze in the Solent, the New Zealand Team racing Feng Shui of Andrew Wills, Anatole Masfen and Matthew Kelway, has won the 2016 Etchells Open European Championship, sailed off Cowes on the Isle of Wight, UK. The regatta is a preliminary to the World Championships which start on Monday. by Louay Habib Posted on 30 Aug Francis Chichester 50th anniversary of solo circumnavigation Francis Chichester 50th anniversary of solo circumnavigation UK remembered one of its pioneering sea heroes last weekend by marking the 50th anniversary of Sir Francis Chichester The UK remembered one of its pioneering sea heroes last weekend by marking the 50th anniversary of Sir Francis Chichester's departure from Plymouth at the start of his solo one-stop circumnavigation to Australia and back. by PPL Posted on 30 Aug Full focus on board Oman Air for Extreme Sailing Series St Petersburg Full focus on board Oman Air for Extreme Sailing Series St Petersburg With a lead on the overall scoreboard following their last gasp win in Hamburg the pressure is on to maintain 100% focus With a five-point lead on the overall scoreboard, following their last gasp win in Hamburg, the pressure is on to maintain 100% focus to make sure they perform to their maximum capabilities right up until the final race in Sydney in December. by Oman Sail Posted on 30 Aug America's Cup - Advice for young Sailors America's Cup - Advice for young Sailors Hear the America's Cup skippers' advice for young sailors looking to follow in their footsteps. Hear the America's Cup skippers' advice for young sailors looking to follow in their footsteps. Interviewers talk with Dean Barker, Jimmy Spithill, Glenn Ashby, Iain Percy and Ben Ainslie and get their advice, plus how and when they started sailing. by Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 30 Aug Opening blast at Burnham Week 2016 Opening blast at Burnham Week 2016 Winds gusting 23kts, wind-against-tide conditions made for a thrilling start during the opening weekend of Burnham Week 2016 Burnham Week - Winds gusting 23kts and choppy, wind-against-tide conditions made for a thrilling start during the opening weekend of Burnham Week 2016 (27 August-3 September). by Burnham Week Posted on 30 Aug 2016 Volvo Marine RS400 National Championships - Overall report 2016 Volvo Marine RS400 National Championships - Overall report The RS400 fleet has new National Champions, Paul and Mark Oakey (1441) from Portchester SC. 2016 Volvo Marine RS400 National Championships - The RS400 fleet has new National Champions, Paul and Mark Oakey (1441) from Portchester SC. Throughout a taxing week, where the weather danced around the fleet and provided more snakes than ladders on the open sea courses off Hayling Island, the father and son team were never out of the top ten. by Matt Sheahan Posted on 30 Aug 2016 VR Sport.TV International 14 World Championships – Day 4 2016 VR Sport.TV International 14 World Championships – Day 4 Day four at the VRsport.tv International 14 Championships was a world away from the carnage of day three. Day four at the VRsport.tv International 14 Championships was a world away from the carnage of day three. The sun was high in the sky, there was a fresh breeze out in the bay, and the atmosphere at Carnac Yacht Club reflected the conditions. by Ellie Meopham Posted on 30 Aug VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA - Day 3 VRsport.tv International Moth UK Nationals at the WPNSA - Day 3 Monday saw another delay in the morning, but this time due to a lack of wind. Monday saw another delay in the morning, but this time due to a lack of wind. Signs were promising though with a clear sky out to sea, the wind switching to the South West, and clouds building over the land. by Mark Jardine Posted on 30 Aug Zhik sailors win 17 sailing medals at 2016 Olympic Regatta Zhik sailors win 17 sailing medals at 2016 Olympic Regatta The 2016 Olympic games are over and what a Games they have been - Zhik sailors dominated Zhik sailors won almost 60% of the medals contested at Rio de Janeiro. It was a regatta which tested sailors and gear - with one day being the most severe conditions ever experienced at an Olympic regatta. For the Zhik team riders on the waters of Rio, four years and more of hard work and dedication have paid off for many. by Sail-World.com NZL Posted on 29 Aug Etchells Europeans - Kiwis on top after Day 1 after long day in Cowes Etchells Europeans - Kiwis on top after Day 1 after long day in Cowes For the first day of the 2016 Etchells Open Europeans, PRO Phil Lawrence, prophesied that it might be a long day The top Etchells team today was Feng Shui, from the Royal Akarana Yacht Club, Auckland, NZ. Helmed by Andrew Wills and owned by Anatole Masfen, Matthew Kelway completes the line up. The team has won several New Zealand National Titles and Wills was on Jud Smith's winning team for the 2006 Etchells Worlds. by Louay Habib Posted on 29 Aug Impressive line-up of 121 yachts preparing to grace the Rolex Swan Cup Impressive line-up of 121 yachts preparing to grace the Rolex Swan Cup The fleet will be divided into six classes and contest five days of racing in most challenging sailing environments. Memorable because 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of the very first Swan yacht; an opportune moment to celebrate both the heritage and the continued evolution of one of the leading - and most distinctive - marques in the sailing world. by Sail-World Posted on 29 Aug Rio 2016- Silver That Feels Like a Gold - Jo Aleh & Polly Powrie Rio 2016- Silver That Feels Like a Gold - Jo Aleh & Polly Powrie Team Jolly review their four year Olympic campaign leading to the Rio Olympics Team Jolly - Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie, 2012 Womens 470 Gold Medalists and now 2016 Olympic Silver Medalists review their four year Olympic campaign leading to the Rio Olympics Strange to be sitting here, writing this, these last few weeks being the culmination of a huge four years, eight years together as a team and twelve years of Olympic campaigning for Jo. by Team Jolly Posted on 29 Aug Volvo Ocean Race - Enright and Towill ready to go again in 2017/18 Volvo Ocean Race - Enright and Towill ready to go again in 2017/18 Team Alvimedica skipper Charlie Enright and his long-time buddy Mark Towill are eager to put their experience to use. Team Alvimedica were the youngest team in the race last edition, and now skipper Charlie Enright and his long-time buddy Mark Towill are eager to put that experience to use. Volvo Ocean race's Jonno Turner caught up with Mark and Charlie to chat about everything from the transition back into 'real life', their reflections on the 2014-15 campaign - and the future. by Volvo Ocean Race/Sail-World.com Posted on 29 Aug
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