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Take command of your own race Take command of your own raceSailing is an inherently complex sport with a wide range of variablesSailing is an inherently complex sport with a wide range of variables, from wind and sea state to technique, tactics, and boat setup. With this level of complexity, performance on the water can sometimes be a mystery.by Wyatt Kane Posted 20 Jul 10:00 PDT Olympic hopefuls ready for Hempel Sailing Worlds Olympic hopefuls ready for Hempel Sailing WorldsUSA Olympic hopefuls are ready to take on the worldUSA's Nikole 'Nikki' Barnes, ENS, U.S. Coast Guard and Lara Dallman Weiss, Team Perfect Vision Sailing in the Women's 470 for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, have arrived in Aarhus, Denmark, to compete in the Hempel Sailing World Championshipsby Carol Bareuther Posted 20 Jul 08:44 PDT Edgartown Race Weekend: 'Round-the-Island Edgartown Race Weekend: 'Round-the-IslandOne of America's oldest distance racesIt is part of the Edgartown Yacht Club's Edgartown Race Weekend, which includes two days of buoy racing (tomorrow and Friday) and a 'Round-the-Sound Race that will begin immediately after the start for the 'RTI.by Barby MacGowan Posted 20 Jul 06:43 PDT Bringing American Magic to the Opti Nationals Bringing American Magic to the Opti NationalsAmerica's Cup team deliver a keynote presentationNew York Yacht Club American Magic, the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America's Cup, delivered a keynote presentation to open the 2018 Optimist Class U.S. National Championship in Pensacola, Florida.by Will Ricketson Posted 20 Jul 06:29 PDT National Sailing Hall of Fame 2018 inductees National Sailing Hall of Fame 2018 inducteesNSHOF announced six people who will make up its 2018 class of inducteesThe National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) today announced the six people who will make up its 2018 class of inductees: famed yachting cinematographer John Biddle (Philadelphia, Penn./Jamestown, R.I.); three-time Soling World Championby Jan Harley Posted 20 Jul 06:25 PDT Rolex NYYC Race Week at Newport - Day 2 Rolex NYYC Race Week at Newport - Day 2Getting in sync with the sea breezeWhen the breeze follows the expected pattern and barely tickles double digits in wind speed, success on the racecourse at Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex can be more about what you didn't do wrong than what you did right.by New York Yacht Club Posted 20 Jul 05:58 PDT Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi - Day 4 Youth Sailing Worlds at Corpus Christi - Day 4Six gold medals decided in Texas as USA dominatesSix gold medalists were determined on the fourth day of the 48th Youth Sailing world Championships in Corpus Christi. The Host nation USA has dominated the event winning four gold medals and the Nations Trophy for top overall nation. by World Sailing Posted 19 Jul 23:35 PDT Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac preview Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac previewHarrowing conditions forecastKnown as "America's Offshore Challenge™," the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac® (CYCRTM) presented by Wintrust is shaping up to be all of that and more for its 110th year.by Laura Muma Posted 19 Jul 23:23 PDT Governor's Cup at Balboa day 2 Governor's Cup at Balboa day 2Price, Takahashi, Weis and Killian claim semi-final berthsSome would call today's Flight 18 match between Harry Price (AUS, Cruising Yacht Club of Australia), the world's number-one ranked match racer of any age, and GovCup defending champion, Christophe Killian (USA, College of Charleston YC)by Paul Blank Posted 19 Jul 23:20 PDT The Hague Offshore World Championship day 5 The Hague Offshore World Championship day 5Two inshore races and a new World Champion crownedWith yet another sunny day on the North Sea coast, in a little gentler winds than in the last few days, another two inshore races were held in The Hague Offshore Sailing Worlds.by Dobbs Davis Posted 19 Jul 21:51 PDT 2018 Optimist Girls National Championship 2018 Optimist Girls National ChampionshipSamara Walsh named top sailor on Pensacola BayThe run of USODA National Championships continued at a feverish pace on the waters of Pensacola Bay Thursday with the 2018 Optimist Girls Nationals falling fresh on the heels of yesterday's spectacular finish for the 'open' National Championship.by Troy Gilbert Posted 19 Jul 18:58 PDT 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships day 4 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships day 4Team USA secures gold in three classes at Youth WorldsGeronimo "Momo" Nores (Miami Beach, Fla.) became the first member of Team USA to clinch a gold medal at the 48th annual Youth Sailing World Championships.by US Sailing Posted 19 Jul 18:45 PDT Rolex TP52 World Championship day 3 Rolex TP52 World Championship day 3Seat-of-the-pants Coastal Race win for Quantum RacingQuantum Racing won the exciting, interesting Coastal Race off Cascais, Portugal, to extend their lead at the Rolex TP52 World Championship to seven points with four scheduled races left to sail.by 52 Super Series Posted 19 Jul 14:28 PDT Volvo Cork Week day 4 Volvo Cork Week day 4Full armada of 120 yachts go outThe full armada of 120 yachts was out for the fourth day of Volvo Cork week. After a delayed start, a warm sea breeze blew into Volvo Cork Week to give over a thousand sailors champagne conditions in the Celtic Sea outside Cork Harbour.by Louay Habib Posted 19 Jul 13:59 PDT Régates Royales Cannes: A special celebration Régates Royales Cannes: A special celebrationThe city of Cannes will once again unfold its red carpetThe regatta will bring together more than 200 classic boats and some 70 Dragons, that will race in the unique scenario of the Bay of Cannes, close to the Iles de Lérins, on an impressive natural course set for some of the most handsome classic yachts.by Carla Anselmi Posted 19 Jul 09:05 PDT Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race: Winners named Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race: Winners namedTediously light winds made for one of the slowest races in decadesMost years, the first boats finish on Sunday, but this year the first two finishers –The Reichel/Pugh Max Z86 Windquest and the Reichel/Pugh 74 Wizard, the largest boats in the race – didn't arrive until Monday morning.by Barby MacGowan Posted 19 Jul 08:20 PDT Connected Photography: Interview with Ian Roman Connected Photography: Interview with Ian RomanStaying at the cutting edge of technologyIan Roman is one of the world's top sailing photographers and is known for always staying at the cutting edge of technology, linking his kit through tablets to the internet while out on the water to provide real-time, watermarked photos during events.by Mark Jardine Posted 19 Jul 04:00 PDT Clipper Race gears up for Liverpool Homecoming Clipper Race gears up for Liverpool HomecomingExcitement is building with just over one week remainingThe Clipper Race is one of the biggest challenges of the natural world and an endurance test like no other. With no previous sailing experience necessary, it's the only event on the planet which trains non-professional sailors to complete a 40,000nm raceby Kathryn Foulkes Posted 19 Jul 03:22 PDT Sustainability & ocean conservation at forefront Sustainability & ocean conservation at forefrontAt the 2018 Youth Sailing Worlds in TexasSustainability and ocean conservation is at the forefront of the 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships in Corpus Christi, Texas, USA as the event bids to become a benchmark for all future World Sailing events.by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 19 Jul 02:37 PDT Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex day 1 Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex day 1Prime racing conditions greet fleetIt was a fantastic day," said Ray Pepi (New York, N.Y.), of Day 1 of Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex. "One of the most enjoyable days of the season.by New York Yacht Club Posted 18 Jul 23:22 PDT
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