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Premiere Sailing League Exhibition Series 2020 Premiere Sailing League Exhibition Series 2020 Make an early New Year resolution to be in Pensacola, Florida If the trendsetters are right that September truly is the new January - as far revisiting those resolutions made at the beginning of the New Year - then why not make an early resolution now to be in Pensacola, Florida, in January of 2020. by Jan Harley Posted 22 Sep 06:09 PDT J/70 North American Championship preview J/70 North American Championship preview 44 teams are participating from as far away as Chile The racing will be taking place on the challenging waters of Lake Erie, famous for its severe chop and rapidly changing winds along their city waterfront. In the background is the famous Rock & Roll Museum that is located, literally, on the waterfront. by J/Boats Posted 22 Sep 04:30 PDT RS Sailing win The Green Blue Environmental Award RS Sailing win The Green Blue Environmental Award Joint winners at the 2019 Southampton Boat Show RS Sailing are proud to be jointly awarded British Marine's Environmental Award for their sustainability efforts alongside Spirit Yachts at the Southampton International Boat Show 2019. by Lynn Billowes Posted 22 Sep 03:00 PDT North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Melges 20 Europeans, J Class Official Partnership, Revenge of the sailmakers, North Kiteboarding “Winning the Europeans is a like a cherry on top of a cake,” says Filippo Pacinotti, skipper of Brontolo Racing, the 2019 Melges 20 European Champion. by North Sails Posted 22 Sep 01:00 PDT Sail-World NZ e-magazine: Sept 21 - AC75's sailing Sail-World NZ e-magazine: Sept 21 - AC75's sailing The week was notable for Emirates Team NZ getting a weather window sufficient to sail Te Aihe Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the Top 50 stories covering the America's Cup action and other sailing news from NZ and elsewhere.The week was notable for Emirates Team NZ getting a weather window sufficient to sail their AC75 by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 21 Sep 16:51 PDT Marseille SailGP day 2 Marseille SailGP day 2 China's first race win of SailGP Season 1 Phil Robertson and the China SailGP Team triumphed with a first-ever race win on the penultimate day of the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final. by SailGP Posted 21 Sep 13:46 PDT J/Fest San Diego preview J/Fest San Diego preview J/Boats of all types are invited, with 18 teams already entered J/Boats of all types are invited to the 2019 J/Fest Regatta. Any J/Boat is eligible to participate, and all are welcome to race in One-Design or J/PHRF classes. by J/Boats Posted 21 Sep 10:26 PDT Pedote and Marchand finish the race in Défi Azimut Pedote and Marchand finish the race in Défi Azimut Giancarlo and Anthony complete the 665-mile course in 13th position after a little over two days. During this time, they were subjected to varied conditions to say the least, with a steady breeze over the first two thirds of the route, which enabled them to maintain an average speed of over 20 knots and test their machine. by Giancarlo Pedote Posted 21 Sep 10:03 PDT Mini-Transat La Boulangère: A prologue to warm-up Mini-Transat La Boulangère: A prologue to warm-up Patience is key for the 87 women and men competing The lively wind conditions and sea state in the Bay of Biscay and offshore of Cape Finisterre mean that it won't be possible to reschedule the race start until this coming Wednesday at the earliest. by Aurélie Bargat Posted 21 Sep 09:53 PDT FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 3 FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 3 The third day featured more brilliant sunshine but a lighter breeze The penultimate day of the 2019 One Ton Cup featured two races with downwind starts and round the buoys courses. The downwind spinnaker action was pulsating, an incredible sight, as the fleet took off from the get-go. by Louay Habib Posted 21 Sep 09:39 PDT How do you boost participation in the sport? How do you boost participation in the sport? Mix it up! Like the Chicago Regatta did Chicago Yacht Club has been searching for the sweet spot. This year's Chicago Regatta is proof of concept. CYC flipped the switch on the traditional format and is At The Front of a new line of thinking. by Harken Posted 21 Sep 09:00 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 6 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 6 Competition heats up with thrilling close racing Incredibly after around 1,000 nautical miles of racing, three boats - GoToBermuda, Zhuhai, and WTC Logistics, have almost been in touching distance as they raced along the coast of Western Sahara. by The Clipper Race Posted 21 Sep 07:51 PDT Production boats: a wide open playing field Production boats: a wide open playing field 65 Mini-Transat entries are production Minis, 7 of whom are women Among the 87 sailors competing in the 22nd edition of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère, 65 will be setting sail on production Minis, seven of whom are women. Just five of the competitors are 'repeat offenders'. by Aurélie Bargat Posted 21 Sep 07:11 PDT The Ocean Race Summits delivers in Genoa The Ocean Race Summits delivers in Genoa Impactful solutions to address the crisis affecting the health of our oceans The first of The Ocean Race Summits took place in Genoa, Italy on Friday, a day of climate activism around the world... by The Ocean Race Posted 21 Sep 05:36 PDT World on Water: The best video for September 20 World on Water: The best video for September 20 This week's edition covers the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss, AC75's, foiling Moths, GC32's and more Join Rob Brown for the September 20 edition of World On Water, the world's most popular video magazine. This week's edition covers the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss as she reaches spectacularly while foil-borne, AC75's, Foiling Moths, GC32's and much more by Sail-World NZ Posted 21 Sep 05:26 PDT Eleven legendary skippers set for San Diego Eleven legendary skippers set for San Diego To compete at the 2019 International Masters Regatta One of San Diego Yacht Club's most prized regattas returns to South San Diego Bay October 18-20, 2019: The International Masters Regatta (IMR). An invited, legendary group of 11 Master sailors from around the country come for a three-day battle by Casey Allocco Posted 21 Sep 05:04 PDT 2019 Melges 24 Pre-worlds day 2 2019 Melges 24 Pre-worlds day 2 Bombarda still leading, but FGF Sailing Team narrows the gap Second day of racing in Villasimius for the eve event of the Melges 24 World Championship 2019: the fleet completes three more races, which are added to those disputed yesterday by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 21 Sep 03:58 PDT Giancarlo and Anthony team up for TJV 2019 Giancarlo and Anthony team up for TJV 2019 United duo, efficient duo, a shared vision Without mutual trust and without a shared vision, there is no performance! That's something that Giancarlo Pedote and Anthony Marchand have a firm grasp of. by Giancarlo Pedote Posted 21 Sep 02:56 PDT Audi 52 Super Series Sailing Week preview Audi 52 Super Series Sailing Week preview Porto Cervo set for two or three cornered title showdown The closest finish to a title race in the history of the 52 SUPER SERIES will come to a head on the scenic waters of Sardinia's Costa Smeralda next week at the Audi 52 Super Series Sailing Week Porto Cervo. by 52 Super Series Posted 21 Sep 02:06 PDT 2019 Melges 24 Pre-worlds day 1 2019 Melges 24 Pre-worlds day 1 Day one only responds to the name of Bombarda The race course of Villasimius could not welcome any better the Melges 24 fleet that, starting today, is engaged in a three-days of racing valid as a rehearsal for the main event of the season, the Melges 24 World Championship 2019 by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 20 Sep 15:45 PDT Marseille SailGP day 1 Marseille SailGP day 1 Nathan Outteridge and Tom Slingsby one step closer Tensions heightened in front of the fan-lined Seawall as Tom Slingsby and Nathan Outteridge went head to head on the Rade Nord racecourse at the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final. by SailGP Posted 20 Sep 13:53 PDT Tulane Sailing opens action at home Tulane Sailing opens action at home Tulane sailing team brings action back to New Orleans The Tulane sailing team brings action back to New Orleans and opens fall competition at home this weekend, hosting the Allstate Sugar Bowl Regatta on Saturday and Sunday at Lake Pontchartrain. by Maggie McEvilly Posted 20 Sep 13:27 PDT U.S. SailGP Team at Marseille SailGP day 1 U.S. SailGP Team at Marseille SailGP day 1 Board damage frustrates U.S. team's quest for podium The first day of Marseille SailGP brought huge frustrations for U.S. SailGP Team when early in Race One the board-down line, a critical system on the foil that controls its downward movement, failed and forced American team to retire from first two races. by Laura Muma Posted 20 Sep 13:18 PDT Annapolis Yacht Club 3-2-1 Invitational Annapolis Yacht Club 3-2-1 Invitational Corinthian competition at its finest Yacht Club challenge events are that opportunity for cross pollination among the sailing world, with various racing formats allowing clubs to demonstrate their prowess on the water. by J/Boats Posted 20 Sep 12:23 PDT FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 2 FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 2 Niklas Zennstrom's Rán leads by one point after six races 18 knots, gusting over 20, with a rough sea state, had the FAST40+ fleet at full speed on the second day of the One Ton Cup. The FAST40+ fleet enjoyed a full-on day of thrilling racing with enthralling action. by Louay Habib Posted 20 Sep 12:18 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 5 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 5 The first 'Stealth Mode' tactic is played as the teams head to Cape Verde The fifth day of racing south on Race 2, east of Western Sahara towards Cape Verde has brought changeable conditions for the teams; with steady trade winds carrying the fleet on, to sharp increases in wind and reports of sudden changes in wave direction. by The Clipper Race Posted 20 Sep 08:29 PDT Dennis Connor Around Coronados Race Dennis Connor Around Coronados Race Many of San Diego's notable offshore ocean racers present The race was established to honor and commemorate one of the most famous San Diego sailors, the America's Cup winning Dennis Connor (he was also a multiple-time Star World Champion). by J/Boats Posted 20 Sep 03:29 PDT Meeting of the Minds in Marseille Meeting of the Minds in Marseille French sailing heroes team up for practice racing Thursday's SailGP practice racing brought a little extra excitement when the world's fastest solo circumnavigator joined France SailGP helmsman Billy Besson and his team onboard the most technologically advanced boat on the planet, the F50 catamaran. by SailGP Posted 20 Sep 02:34 PDT America's Cup: ETNZ's AC75 first flight - Video America's Cup: ETNZ's AC75 first flight - Video "It was very short, but we get a view of the future", reflected CEO Grant Dalton, after the sail. Emirates Team New Zealand have released a video of their AC75's first sail on Wednesday. "It was very short, but we get a view of the future", reflected CEO Grant Dalton, after the sail. by Emirates Team NZ/ Sail-World NZ Posted 20 Sep 01:55 PDT US Sailing team leadership statement US Sailing team leadership statement A statement from US Sailing regarding the U.S. Olympic Sailing Program US Sailing and Malcolm Page, Chief of Olympic Sailing, announced that they have agreed to part ways. Page will be leaving US Sailing and returning to his home in Australia. by US Sailing Team Posted 19 Sep 22:21 PDT Australia announces selections for Tokyo Olympics Australia announces selections for Tokyo Olympics The first athletes selected to the Tokyo 2020 Australian Olympic Team Reigning Men's 470 World Champions Mat Belcher and Will Ryan and back-to-back Laser European Champion Matt Wearn have today been announced as the first athletes selected to the Tokyo 2020 Australian Olympic Team. by Michael Martin Posted 19 Sep 19:14 PDT Tokyo2020: Olympic changes in US and Ireland Tokyo2020: Olympic changes in US and Ireland Hard decisions made in USA and Ireland by competitors and management US Sailing, who will host country for the 2028 Olympic Regatta, has lost two of it key personnel in the run-up to the 2020 Olympic Regatta in Tokyo. by Richard Gladwell Posted 19 Sep 16:45 PDT Marseille set for spectacular showdown Marseille set for spectacular showdown Less than 24 hours until battle commences for SailGP trophy and US$1 million The city of Marseille got a glimpse of the world's fastest sail racing boats today when the six high performance F50s took to the racecourse for the first time in practice. by SailGP News Posted 19 Sep 15:13 PDT Classic Yacht Regatta at Indian Harbor Classic Yacht Regatta at Indian Harbor Formidable racing machines, ideally suited to their environment I've served on race committee for the IHYC Classic Yacht Regatta on and off since 2012, but this is the first time I've noticed a hipster millennial among the competitors. by David Seabrook, IHYC Posted 19 Sep 14:47 PDT Bronze in sight for U.S. Team at Marseille SailGP Bronze in sight for U.S. Team at Marseille SailGP A battle with the British can secure a podium spot Throughout a dramatic first SailGP season, the resilient United States SailGP Team has climbed the overall standings and is now in a battle with the British (only three points separate the two) for owning a podium spot after the SailGP Grand Final. by Laura Muma Posted 19 Sep 14:20 PDT Phil Sharp announces 4-year racing programme Phil Sharp announces 4-year racing programme Ambitious racing goals that use clean energy, with OceansLab Sharp is one of Britain's most successful solo racers and in his Class 40 monohull has set two world records, has been on the podium in three solo transatlantic races in the last two seasons and has been world champion in Class 40 for two years. by Emily Caroe Posted 19 Sep 13:33 PDT Bella Mente at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup Bella Mente at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup Up next: 2020 racing in the Med Challenging coastal courses and a variety of conditions, including shifting winds that ranged from light to brisk, tested the tactical and boat handling skills of Bella Mente Racing at the 2019 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup. by Barby MacGowan Posted 19 Sep 12:54 PDT FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 1 FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 1 Girls on Film lead after two wins Peter Morton's Girls on Film leads the regatta after scoring two race wins on the opening day of the One Ton Cup. On the water jury Bill Edgerton reported a wind range of 15-18 knots oscillating around 85º and 65º during the three races held. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Sep 12:42 PDT Alex Thomson's new HUGO BOSS yacht launched Alex Thomson's new HUGO BOSS yacht launched British model and actress Poppy Delevingne christens the IMOCA The new "HUGO BOSS" yacht, set to be raced by British sailor Alex Thomson, launched today at an official christening ceremony on The River Thames in London. by Andy Corridan Posted 19 Sep 12:14 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 4 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 4 The Canary Islands bring welcome sailing conditions The Clipper Race teams are unanimous that they have been welcomed by favourable sailing conditions as the crew surf their way past the Canary Islands south, with yacht speeds into double figures, a welcome change from the lighter winds. by The Clipper Race Posted 19 Sep 06:52 PDT
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