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Two dominate opening day of Gov Cup at Balboa YC Two dominate opening day of Gov Cup at Balboa YCPrice (AUS) and Takahashi (NZL/JPN) tied on 7-1 after day 1 of Govenor's Cup at Balboa YCThe world's top-ranked match racer, Harry Price (AUS), and his recent match racing nemesis, Leonard Takahashi (NZL), finished the first day of Balboa Yacht Club's 52nd Annual Governor's Cup Youth Match Racing Championship tied for the lead against the touby Paul Blank, Balboa YC Posted 18 Jul 14:28 AEST Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi day 2 Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi day 2Argentinan hat-trickIn winning all three races by comfortable margins, Argentina's Nacra 15 crew of Teresa Romairone and Dante Cittadini have forged a comfortable lead in the open multihull class at the 48th Youth Sailing World Championships.by World Sailing Posted 18 Jul 11:57 AEST The Hague Offshore World Championship day 3 The Hague Offshore World Championship day 3New winds yet same class leadersIn contrast to the past few days of light shifty winds, today's superb 12-17 knot southerly breeze made for fast and furious racing on all courses of The Hague Offshore Sailing World Championship 2018.by Dobbs Davis Posted 18 Jul 08:20 AEST Rolex TP52 World Championship day 1 Rolex TP52 World Championship day 1A welcome reminder of the flip-side of the racing coinCroatia was exacting. It was the challenge of adapting to new venues. Cascais is an old friend who punishes mistakes, it is about executing perfectly on a totally familiar race course, one which everyone knows where – and when – they want to goby 52 Super Series Posted 18 Jul 07:07 AEST French 505 National Championship at Quiberon French 505 National Championship at Quiberon41 boats contest the title including a number of overseas entriesOver the French holiday weekend for Bastille Day and coinciding with the World Cup final, 40 boats contested the 2018 French National 505 Championship at the Ecoile National de Voile in the picturesque Quiberon Peninsula.by Mike Holt Posted 18 Jul 00:02 AEST The fighting spirit of the 12 Metre class The fighting spirit of the 12 Metre classNot mellowed with age at New York Yacht Club's Race WeekMore than three decades after its starring role in the America's Cup came to a close, the 12 Metre class continues to thrill sailors and spectators with competitive racing off the coast of America's first resort.by New York Yacht Club Posted 17 Jul 21:35 AEST D-30 before the Aircalin Match Racing Cup D-30 before the Aircalin Match Racing CupIn less than 30 days the Aircalin Match Racing Cup in Noumea will startIn less than 30 days will start the Aircalin Match Racing Cup in Noumea, New Caledonia. The Grade 3 event will be held from 15 to 18 August 2018 and will welcome 12 skippers sailing in Elliott 6 boats.by Laurence Bouchet Posted 17 Jul 16:15 AEST Optimist US Nationals at Pensacola day 2 Optimist US Nationals at Pensacola day 2AP over Alpha - tomorrow is another dayAP flew over Alpha Monday afternoon telling the young fleet of Opti sailors that racing was postponed for Monday. But the party went on.by Troy Gilbert with Talbot Wilson Posted 17 Jul 13:02 AEST Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi day 1 Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi day 1Host team enjoys a great start to the regattaMore than 30 years have passed since the Youth Sailing World Championships have been held in the U.S.A, but if the week continues as it started for Team USA this regatta will long be remembered by the 14 American teenage sailors.by World Sailing Posted 17 Jul 11:54 AEST Australian Schools Team Sailing Championship day 3 Australian Schools Team Sailing Championship day 3Westminster caps off four-year journey with titleAdelaide's Westminster School capped off an eventful four-year team journey to take out its first Australian Schools Team Sailing Championship in emphatic fashion yesterday at the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron.by Harry Fisher Posted 17 Jul 08:24 AEST The Hague Offshore World Championship day 2 The Hague Offshore World Championship day 2Beau Geste, Sants and Pro4U take early leadsAfter over 24 hours of sailing in light air off the Dutch North Sea coast, the opening act of The Hague Offshore Sailing Worlds has now concluded and the leaders are now known in each of three classes before the second stage of inshore racing begins.by Dobbs Davis Posted 17 Jul 06:23 AEST Rolex TP52 World Championship practice race Rolex TP52 World Championship practice racePressure and promise in CascaisThe Rolex TP52 World Championship fleet today had a welcome taste of what the forecasters promise to be a "to order" typical week of northwesterly wind and waves as the nine-boat fleet completed their Official Practice Race.by 52 Super Series Posted 17 Jul 06:12 AEST Golden Globe Race, day 16 Golden Globe Race, day 16Péché and Slats slug it out at the front, Farebrother pulls out of the RaceFrench leader Philippe Péché and his Rustler 36 PRB is being pushed hard by Dutch rival Mark Slats (Ophen Maverick) as the Golden Globe Race fleet enjoy glorious trade wind conditions on the run south towards the Cape Verde Islands.by Golden Globe Race Posted 16 Jul 22:49 AEST Tornado World Championship overall Tornado World Championship overallAnother impressive performance from Iordanis PaschalidisAP went down and the Tornado fleets started perfectly aligned with 10-12 knots of winds for the 8th race of the day. AUT 3 started at full speed close to the Race Committee boat and rounded the first mark ahead of GRE 1.by International Tornado Class Association Posted 16 Jul 20:52 AEST Medalists return for shot at Youth Sailing Worlds Medalists return for shot at Youth Sailing WorldsYouth Sailing Worlds is a pinnacle event for young sailorsThe 48th annual Youth Sailing World Championships begins Monday with 382 youth sailors, aged 16 to 19, from 66 nations racing on Corpus Christi Bay in Texas, USA.by Sean McNeill Posted 16 Jul 19:30 AEST Basic Rope Maintenance Basic Rope MaintenanceSalt water and dirt shortens a rope's lifespanSalt water and dirt tears away at the fibres of the rope, shortening their lifespan. 'Salty ropes' are damp, thus collect more dirt. Ropes aren't cheap. Proper maintenance ensures you get the most out of your ropes.by Diego Sosa, Upffront Posted 16 Jul 18:28 AEST Multihull Solutions Phuket Regatta overall Multihull Solutions Phuket Regatta overallAnother good day of sailing for the event conclusionThe 10th annual Multihull Solutions Regatta wrapped up with another good day of sailing. Principal Race Officer Simon James ran two races, a three-lap windward-leeward and then a triangle course for all classes except Cruising.by Phuket YC Posted 16 Jul 18:16 AEST 48th Youth Sailing Worlds officially open 48th Youth Sailing Worlds officially openYouth Sailing World Championship officially openWith the words, "By hoisting the flag I declare the Championship formally open!" American Cory Sertl, the Chair of the World Sailing's Youth Events Sub-committee, officially opened the 48th annual Youth Sailing World Championship.by Sean McNeill Posted 16 Jul 17:58 AEST The Hague Offshore World Championship day 1 The Hague Offshore World Championship day 1Offshore race off to light startThe sun continued to shine on Sunday at the start of racing in The Hague Offshore Sailing World Championship, with many thousands of beachgoers watching nearly a thousand sailors on their boats in the fleet start the long offshore race portion.by Dobbs Davis Posted 16 Jul 17:41 AEST Optimist US Nationals at Pensacola day 1 Optimist US Nationals at Pensacola day 1Tired Opti sailors happy with four sets of races2018 Regatta Chairman Tom Pace, Jr circled the fleet at the helm of his 38' Jupiter as the sailors rolled through the second set, he states, "This is probably about the best first day you could have for a regatta.by Troy Gilbert Posted 16 Jul 15:47 AEST
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