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America's Cup - Kiwis still have a job to do on the Great Sound America's Cup - Kiwis still have a job to do on the Great Sound Day 4 of the Match for the 35th America's Cup followed a familiar script. Day 4 of the Match for the 35th America's Cup followed a familiar script. Emirates Team New Zealand won both starts, led Oracle Team USA around every mark, took two points, and has now won seven races. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup Match – Chat with Iain Murray and OTUSA's asymmetry America's Cup Match – Chat with Iain Murray and OTUSA's asymmetry In my live commentary of the racing I surmised that Oracle Team USA are using asymmetric foils as one of their changes I asked Big Fella about the asymmetric concept again this morning, and we covered some of the other US changes, and then we went over the reaction times involved with all of the dial downs yesterday. by Nic Douglass Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup Match – More action shots from Day 3 by Studio Borlenghi America's Cup Match – More action shots from Day 3 by Studio Borlenghi Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three by Studio Borlenghi Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup Match – Day 3 images by Studio Borlenghi America's Cup Match – Day 3 images by Studio Borlenghi Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three by Studio Borlenghi Posted on 25 Jun Queen Mary 2 takes on trimarans as Centennial Transat begins Queen Mary 2 takes on trimarans as Centennial Transat begins Many thousands lined the harbor and shore to welcome the Queen Mary 2 into the Brittany harbor where she was built. This time the cannon shots were sounds of fraternity to begin the race between the Queen Mary 2 and four of the largest and fastest trimarans in the world. The start to ocean races are always emotive affairs but rarely are they so loaded. by The Bridge Posted on 25 Jun Ran Racing wins at the Audi Sailing Week - 52 Super Series Ran Racing wins at the Audi Sailing Week - 52 Super Series First across the finish line in the first race was Bronenosec, who got their first first place finish at this event A final day that saw Niklas Zennstrom's Ran Racing on the top step of the podium followed at just one point by Vladimir Liubomirov's Bronenosec. Doug DeVos' Quantum Racing finished in third place. by YCCS Posted on 25 Jun 52 Super Series Audi Sailing Week – Rán Racing rise to win 52 Super Series Audi Sailing Week – Rán Racing rise to win Without question this fourth regatta of the 52 Super Series has been an emotional roller coaster for many teams. While there was elation for the ice cool Swedish owner-driver and his hard working crew there was huge disappointment for Quantum Racing and for Provezza who both within minutes of each other had one hand on the top prize, before gear failures successively dropped them from contention. by 52 Super Series Posted on 25 Jun Marrai tiebreaks his way to Laser gold at Kiel Week Marrai tiebreaks his way to Laser gold at Kiel Week Francesco Marrai charged past his rivals to clinch Laser gold by the smallest of margins on the final day Marrai’s fourth place in the Medal Race was sufficient to put him on equal points with Karl Martin Rammo, but it was the Italian’s better placing in the Medal Race that clinched victory ahead of the Estonian who had to settle for silver. by SVG Verlag Posted on 25 Jun 1977 Finn Gold Cup Regatta ends in Palamos with everyone a winner 1977 Finn Gold Cup Regatta ends in Palamos with everyone a winner Many sailors old and new came to Palamos this weekend to sail a great boat and renew old friendships. The event was held to commemorate the 1977 Finn Gold Cup which was plagued by political problems and caused the Finn Gold Cup to be withdrawn from the competition, and the event being renamed the Finn World Week. by Robert Deaves Posted on 25 Jun German, Polish and Spanish racers claim Para World Sailing titles German, Polish and Spanish racers claim Para World Sailing titles Home nation favourite Kröger claimed the title in the 2.4 Norlin OD, Poland's Piotr Cichocki clinically snapped up gold Heading into the final 2.4 Norlin OD races, there was just two points of separation between Kröger, Matt Bugg (AUS) and Damien Seguin (FRA). The title was up for grabs and the top performer on the day would take the title. by Daniel Smith - World Sailing Posted on 25 Jun Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 5 images by Max Ranchi Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 5 images by Max Ranchi Photographer Max Ranchi has provided this gallery of images from races seven and eight Photographer Max Ranchi has provided this gallery of images from races seven and eight by Max Ranchi Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup - Racing expected to proceed on Day 4 of Match + Video America's Cup - Racing expected to proceed on Day 4 of Match + Video The breeze is up, at maybe the same strength as yesterday on Bermuda's Great Sound The breeze is up, at maybe the same strength as yesterday on Bermuda's Great Sound, and racing is expected to get under way on time. Two races are scheduled to be sailed with Race 7 probably being the crucial one for both teams. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/NZ Posted on 25 Jun Louis Vuitton America's Cup – Oracle take a win Louis Vuitton America's Cup – Oracle take a win Here is my recap of the third day of racing including my comparison of the quips from the press conference In summary, Oracle Team USA have used the five days off wisely and have definitely found some speed which made for a great day of racing on the water, and some awesome banter off the water! ETNZ and OTUSA are now all but even in the match up, but the Kiwis are still 4-1. by Nic Douglass Posted on 25 Jun Joaquín Blanco awarded Finn Gold Cup 40 years late Joaquín Blanco awarded Finn Gold Cup 40 years late Now, 40 years later, Spaniard, Joaquín Blanco has been acknowledged by the class and his peers The wind at that 1977 event matched the mood of the competitors, with only five races possible in unusually light and feeble breezes. Blanco, who was already European Champion, won two races, was always in the top 10 and finished 23.3 points ahead of second placed José Luis Doreste, also of Spain, who would go on to win gold in Pusan at the 1988 Olympics by Robert Deaves Posted on 25 Jun Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week - Day 2 Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week - Day 2 Day Two of Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week brought brisk west-south-westerly breezes which peaked early at 15 knots Day Two of Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week brought brisk west-south-westerly breezes which peaked early at 15 knots, and humid, almost tropical conditions that scattered the sky with puffy clouds. by Betsy Crowfoot Posted on 25 Jun Youth sailing on the march! Youth sailing on the march! Tom Duggan’s recent post, Information has Value- But Only if you Give it Away, highlights critical component of success Tom Duggan’s recent US Sailing blog post, “Information has Value- But Only if you Give it Away”, highlights a critical component of success: information sharing. Collaboration and growth hinges upon getting information into the hands of those who can put it into action. by John Pearce Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup - Images from Day 3 of the Match America's Cup - Images from Day 3 of the Match Sail-World was in the water for Day 3 of the America's Cup Match - here's an image gallery of the day Sail-World was in the water for Day 3 of the America's Cup Match - here's an image gallery of the day of which Oracle Team USA got their first win. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted on 25 Jun Gorge Beach Bash - Day 1 - Enjoying a Lay Day in Columbia River Gorge Gorge Beach Bash - Day 1 - Enjoying a Lay Day in Columbia River Gorge The first day of the contest window for the Gorge Beach Bash was without wind, so riders took the opportunity to explore The first day of the contest window for the Gorge Beach Bash was without wind, so riders took the opportunity to explore what the Hood River area has to offer. Some used the warm day to go rafting, while others chose to head toward the mountain for a day of hiking, biking, or snowboarding. by International Windsurfing Tour Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup - An even day for Emirates Team New Zealand America's Cup - An even day for Emirates Team New Zealand It’s game on at the 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda with Emirates Team New Zealand out to a 4-1 lead It’s game on at the 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda with Emirates Team New Zealand out to a 4-1 lead over Team USA in the first to seven match - but with the Americans getting their first point on the board. Once again the boat that won the start won the race and in today’s first match up that was Emirates Team New Zealand. by Hamish Hooper, Emirates Team NZ Posted on 25 Jun America's Cup - Finals Day 3 - Paul Cayard reports from Bermuda America's Cup - Finals Day 3 - Paul Cayard reports from Bermuda Races five and six of the 35th America’s Cup were held today on Great Sound in Bermuda in 10 knots of wind. Races five and six of the 35th America’s Cup were held today on Great Sound in Bermuda in 10 knots of wind. The question on everyone’s mind was: Did Oracle Team USA find some speed to make this Cup competitive? The answer is yes! by Paul Cayard Posted on 25 Jun
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