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The Future is Now The Future is Now Performance Pathways preparing champions The Australian Sailing (AS) Performance Pathway represents the progression from competitive club sailing to the Australian Sailing Team for Olympic and Olympic pathway classes. by Australian Sailing Posted 8 Jul 00:28 AEST The Ocean Race announces a Positive Change Partner The Ocean Race announces a Positive Change Partner The partnership announced today will see DSC aligned with The Ocean Race Dole Sunshine Company (DSC) and The Ocean Race will team up to promote The Dole Promise and support the DSC's sustainability journey towards zero fossil-based packaging by 2025 and net zero carbon emissions by 2030. by The Ocean Race Posted 8 Jul 00:04 AEST GWA Wingfoil World Cup Lanzarote day 1 GWA Wingfoil World Cup Lanzarote day 1 Check out all the action from day one in the highlight video! Check out all the action from day one in the highlight video! Yesterday saw the completion of Women's Surf-Freestyle where we crowned the champion along with round one and two of the men's division. by Liam Dredge Posted 7 Jul 23:44 AEST Strong international line-up for GC32 Worlds 2022 Strong international line-up for GC32 Worlds 2022 The 10 teams comprise the most competitive GC32 fleet ever Following on from mid-June's GC32 Lagos Cup, the GC32 World Championship, annual highlight of the GC32 Racing Tour and the only official World Sailing-endorsed championship for foiling catamaran 'yachts', will take place over 13-17 July in Lagos, Portugal by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 7 Jul 21:04 AEST New Allen Product Range: DB Deck Organisers New Allen Product Range: DB Deck Organisers Lead or divert control lines and halyards with minimal friction Lead or divert control lines and halyards with minimal friction. The Allen DB deck organiser range is available in 20, 30 and 40mm sheave sizes. All feature two lightweight aluminium cheeks, three dynamic bearing sheaves, a becket and nuts and bolts. by Allen Posted 7 Jul 18:00 AEST Aussie strengthen their position at 2022 Europeans Aussie strengthen their position at 2022 Europeans A further three races held for the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 classes Following a strong first day at the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, Australian Sailing Team (AST) and Australian Sailing Squad (ASS) athletes have strengthened their positions on Day 2 by Di Pearson / Australian Sailing Team Posted 7 Jul 15:59 AEST 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 3 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 3 Pieter-Jan Postma extends lead with two confident race wins acing resumed at the Finn World Masters in Helsinki, Finland, after Tuesday was lost due to high winds. Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, again stamped his authority on the fleet with two confident race wins to extend his lead from Laurent Hay. by Robert Deaves Posted 7 Jul 15:24 AEST ORC Double Handed World Championship overall ORC Double Handed World Championship overall Three new champions crowned after the Gotland Runt race Here at the Royal Swedish Yacht Club at the first-ever ORC Double Handed World Championship three new World Champions have been crowned for each of the three classes competing in the KSSS's Gotland Runt race, the world's largest annual offshore race. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 7 Jul 09:08 AEST Jeanneau Australia to hold its own boat show Jeanneau Australia to hold its own boat show The event will be held at the end of July at The Spit in Sydney With an impressive array of powerboats and yachts to be displayed at The Spit in Sydney, Jeanneau Australia is going to hold its own boat show this year. by Jeanneau Australia Posted 7 Jul 06:56 AEST 2022 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Europeans day 2 2022 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Europeans day 2 Dutch are dominant while Croatians and Kiwis find form Mihovil Fantella of Croatia bolted the port wing back onto his 49er early this morning after a starting line crash in Tuesday's last race wrecked his boat, sails and rig. by Ben Remocker Posted 7 Jul 05:17 AEST Finistère Atlantique reaching its conclusion Finistère Atlantique reaching its conclusion Maxi Edmond de Rothschild opting for a N'ly option whilst Banque Populaire XI favoured the east Currently battling it out at the latitude of Cape Finisterre, both crews were brought up on a diet of one-design competitions as past Figaro sailors, which means that racing with daggers drawn is very much part of their DNA. by Gitana Team Posted 7 Jul 02:43 AEST J-Cup 2022: The Numbers Don't Lie J-Cup 2022: The Numbers Don't Lie Wireless load sensing is becoming a 'must-have' if you want to move up through the fleet The dust has settled on another instalment of the UK's most competitive J-Boat regatta - the J-Cup. Two of the most hotly contested fleets, the J/70 and J/111 used the event as their National Championships, so racing was as hard-fought as ever by Cyclops Marine Posted 7 Jul 01:30 AEST International WASZP Games Preview International WASZP Games Preview An event three years in the making The 2022 International WASZP Games is an event three years in the making, a lot has changed since the last International Games were held in Perth 2019. by Marc Ablett Posted 7 Jul 01:19 AEST Universal Declaration of Ocean Rights campaign Universal Declaration of Ocean Rights campaign The Ocean Race is launching One Blue Voice, new initiative to drive public support for ocean rights The ambitious campaign aims to give the ocean a voice and put in place a global framework for protecting the marine environment, which plays a critical role in maintaining the health of the planet. by The Ocean Race Posted 7 Jul 01:03 AEST Emirates Team NZ base relocation comes at a price Emirates Team NZ base relocation comes at a price Emirates Team NZ paying $550,000 pa rent for former INEOS Team UK base One of Auckland's premier waterfront venues is set to reopen for business and events in early 2023, with confirmation today that Emirates Team New Zealand is to relocate its base within Wynyard Quarter. by Auckland Unlimited/Auckland Council Posted 6 Jul 16:27 AEST Just two months until the Golden Globe Race Just two months until the Golden Globe Race The predecessor of the Vendée Globe will set off from Les Sables d'Olonne Inspired by the first single-handed round the world race in 1968, the Golden Globe Race, a single-handed race with no assistance, no GPS or electronics on board, will set off from Les Sables d'Olonne on the 4th September. by Sabina Mollart Rogerson Posted 6 Jul 14:52 AEST ORC Double Handed World Championship day 3 ORC Double Handed World Championship day 3 First Gotland Runt finishers in Sandhamn Here at the finish line of the Gotland Runt, race managers from the Royal Swedish Yacht Club (KSSS) are taking elapsed times of the first finishers in the ORC Double Handed World Championship. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 6 Jul 10:37 AEST Aussies off to a flying start at 2022 Europeans Aussies off to a flying start at 2022 Europeans The opening day of racing for the 49ers, 49erFXs and Nacra 17s A wide range of conditions in Aarhus, Denmark tested all on the opening day of the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European Championships, including the Australian Sailing Team (AST) and Australian Sailing Squad (ASS) athletes taking part. by Australian Sailing Posted 6 Jul 10:27 AEST America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ on the move America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ on the move America's Cup champions to shift to new base in September on extended lease Emirates Team New Zealand confirmed today that the team has signed a lease of the former INEOS Britannia team base on Wynyard Point from Auckland Council and intends to have moved in by the end of September this year. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 6 Jul 10:12 AEST Live Ocean Racing win team's first podium place Live Ocean Racing win team's first podium place Live Ocean Racing place second in their fourth ETF26 event at Foiling Week in Lake Garda, Italy Live Ocean Racing made their first podium place on the ETF26 circuit, with a second overall in their fourth regatta, sailed as part of Foiling Week at lake Garda, Northern Italy. by Sail-World.com Posted 6 Jul 09:05 AEST 29er Worlds set for Club Nautic El Balís 29er Worlds set for Club Nautic El Balís Over 220 entries from 26 countries are registered for the event Just one month away, the championship has over 220 entries from 26 different countries and will be a spectacular assembly of the Worlds' best 29er sailors. by Jaume Soler Posted 6 Jul 05:48 AEST 5.5 Metre World Championship overall 5.5 Metre World Championship overall Jean Genie wins on the final day in Hankø Peter Morton's Jean Genie (GBR 42, Elliot Hanson, Andrew Palfrey, Sam Haines), designed by David Hollom, and built in Cowes, UK, has won the 5.5 Metre World Championship in Hankø, Norway, on Tuesday, after winning both races on the final day. by Robert Deaves Posted 6 Jul 05:43 AEST World Sailing reaches 'pivotal moment' World Sailing reaches 'pivotal moment' With LA28 Paralympic Games bid World Sailing, the world governing body for the sport, has reached a major milestone in its Paralympic quest by submitting the official application for inclusion in the Los Angeles 2028 Paralympic Games. by World Sailing Posted 6 Jul 02:05 AEST Celebrating North American distance racing Celebrating North American distance racing The days are long and so are the racecourses The days are long and so are the racecourses. The dust may have barely settled on the Newport Bermuda Race and the Race to Alaska, however the American and Canadian distance-racing circuits have already geared up for some great events in July. by David Schmidt Posted 6 Jul 01:00 AEST America's Cup: Youth and Womens events formats America's Cup: Youth and Womens events formats Both the Women's and Youth America's Cups will be sailed off the Barcelona waterfront Both the Women's and Youth America's Cups will be sailed on the America's Cup racecourse off the Barcelona waterfront during the final stages of the Challenger Selection Series and the opening of America's Cup Match itself. by America's Cup Media Posted 5 Jul 22:39 AEST Rolex TP52 Worlds Clean Regattas Platinum Award Rolex TP52 Worlds Clean Regattas Platinum Award The world's leading voluntary sustainability certification program The recent Rolex TP52 World Championship Cascais 2022 which was the second regatta of the 52 Super Series 2022 season, achieved the highest Clean Regattas sustainability award ever to be presented in Portugal by Sailors For The Sea Portugal. by 52 Super Series Posted 5 Jul 19:43 AEST Shirley Robertson talks with Tom Whidden Shirley Robertson talks with Tom Whidden Shirley Robertson talks with triple America's Cup winner Tom Whidden on his eight Cup campaigns Tom Whidden's lighthearted and amicable style is wonderful to listen to, as he discusses his long sailing career. There are Dennis Conner stories aplenty, including his much talked about "plastic boat" quote of the 1987 Challenger Series campaign. by Shirley Robertson Posted 5 Jul 18:43 AEST Lomac GT 8.5 - Quite literally, Magnifico. Lomac GT 8.5 - Quite literally, Magnifico. There's just something about RIBs. I mean yes, we've all got ribs, but all RIBs ain't RIBs.... There's just something about RIBs. I mean yes, we've all got ribs (boom boom), but all RIBs ain't RIBs, if you know what I mean. Useful and practical on the whole, and inherently safe, most of them are very stable and predominantly dry. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 5 Jul 16:08 AEST Vaikobi partners with Brett Beyer Vaikobi partners with Brett Beyer Working with the legendary sailor or dinghy product development One of the world's most awarded ILCA / Laser sailors Brett Beyer has just claimed another victory, winning the ILCA Masters World Championship in Mexico for a record 14th time! by Vaikobi Media Posted 5 Jul 15:16 AEST Race 14: Legenderry Finale Race 14: Legenderry Finale The last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race After its Le Mans Start, Race 14: LegenDerry Finale is on! This North Atlantic stage is the last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race circumnavigation and is expected to take the eleven teams just over two weeks to complete. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 5 Jul 10:40 AEST ORC Double Handed World Championship day 2 ORC Double Handed World Championship day 2 Close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt At 2000 local time, all remaining entries in all three classes in the ORC Double Handed World Championship are close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt, the world's largest annual offshore race. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 5 Jul 10:00 AEST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 4 5.5 Metre World Championship day 4 Competition in Hankø is going down to the wire Just one race was sailed on the fourth day of the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship at Hankø Yacht Club in Norway. The win went to Jean Genie (GBR 42, Elliot Hanson, Andrew Palfrey, Sam Haines) who put on a dominate display in the tough conditions. by Robert Deaves Posted 5 Jul 07:48 AEST 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 1 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 1 Finn World Champion Pieter-Jan Postma opens with two bullets Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands has opened his first ever Finn World Masters, in Helsinki, with two race wins. Laurent Hay from France is in second after twice placing second while Peter Peet, also from The Netherlands, is in third. by Robert Deaves Posted 5 Jul 05:35 AEST A record-breaking Foiling Week A record-breaking Foiling Week A week to remember for weather, guests and events The ninth Italian edition of Foiling Week has come to an end. A record week for regattas, guests, and events. by Foiling Week Posted 4 Jul 21:57 AEST Live Ocean Racing's Liv Mackay on pro sailing Live Ocean Racing's Liv Mackay on pro sailing "The sailing industry is changing a lot right now, especially for women," NZSailGP's Liv Mackay New ZealandSailGP Co-Pilot/Tactician and Live Ocean Racing's ETF26 skipper, Liv Mackay (26) talks to BillieNZ.com's Fleur Mealing, on how she broke into the tough world of professional sailing. by Fleur Mealing, BillieNZ.com Posted 4 Jul 18:40 AEST Bumper schedule for Sydney Blue Water Pointscore Bumper schedule for Sydney Blue Water Pointscore Returning with an exciting full schedule for 2022/23 With six races covering 1,615 nautical miles, the Audi Centre Sydney Blue Water Pointscore returns with an exciting full schedule for 2022/23. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 4 Jul 17:29 AEST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 3 5.5 Metre World Championship day 3 Wins for Artemis and Jean Genie as racing resumes in Hankø New Moon II (BAH 24, Mark Holowesko, Christoph Burger, Anthony Nossiter) extended their lead on day 3 of the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship at Hankø Yacht Club, Norway. by Robert Deaves Posted 4 Jul 14:01 AEST 44Cup Marstrand overall 44Cup Marstrand overall Two in a row for Poons and Charisma A miserable day weather-wise off the west coast of Sweden turned magnificent, like the fortunes of Nico Poons' Charisma, which after three races today claimed the 44Cup Marstrand over Igor Lah's Ceeref powered by Hrastnik 1860 and Chris Bake's Team Aqua. by 44Cup Posted 4 Jul 13:36 AEST ORC Double Handed World Championship day 1 ORC Double Handed World Championship day 1 Off to a spectacular start in Sweden Today the three starts for each class at the ORC Double Handed World Championship could not have been more spectacular under sunny skies and downwind conditions. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 4 Jul 08:15 AEST Just a second Just a second Hull 1 of the Farr X2 has lost its keel offshore - the remains have washed up Hull #1 of the Farr X2 has lost its keel offshore, and the remains have washed up on a beach on the South Coast of NSW. Mercifully, the two sailors on board are alive, and subsequently had a wee sojourn in hospital to ensure all is well. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 4 Jul 08:00 AEST 2022 Finn World Masters is opened in Helsinki 2022 Finn World Masters is opened in Helsinki 121 Finn Masters from 25 gathered to celebrate getting old in a Finn The 2022 Finn World Masters has been opened in Helsinki as 121 Finn Masters from 25 gathered to celebrate getting old in a Finn as well as remembering 70 years since the iconic Finn was first sailed at the Olympic Games. by Robert Deaves Posted 4 Jul 07:47 AEST Colligo Marine Furlers Colligo Marine Furlers Our furlers were put to the test by Ryan Finn Ryan Finn put Colligo Marine Furlers to the ultimate test. Finn sailed from New York to San Francisco rounding Cape Horn on his 36' Proa, Jzerro. by Colligo Marine Posted 4 Jul 04:54 AEST Express victory for Milai in Leg 1 of The Globe40 Express victory for Milai in Leg 1 of The Globe40 The Japanese crew of Masa Suzuki and Koji Nakagawa cover 1884 miles in 7 days Making the finish this Sunday in the marvellous Mindelo Bay at 15.25 hours local time, the Japanese crew of Masa Suzuki and Koji Nakagawa covered 1884 miles in 7 days 2 hours and 25 minutes at an average speed of 11.06 knots. by Sirius Events Posted 4 Jul 04:16 AEST John Bacon - from 5.5m sailor to IRC racer John Bacon - from 5.5m sailor to IRC racer Taking on the world with North Sails World Champion yachtsman John Bacon has put many successful racing programs together, and his next few months of sailing is no exception. by North Sails Posted 4 Jul 02:02 AEST Mika and Airton become Big Air World Champions Mika and Airton become Big Air World Champions Multiple World Champions Mika and Airton claim victory once again Saturday saw another intense day of action with Mika taking the win in the women's twin-tip big air and Airton coming out victorious in the men's strapless big air. by GKA Kite World Tour Posted 3 Jul 23:37 AEST Live Ocean signs on with Omega Live Ocean signs on with Omega New sponsor and two newcomers announced. Helena Sanderson and Serena Woodall, have joined Live Ocean Live Ocean has announced a partnership with Omega, its first relationship to span across Live Ocean Foundation and Live Ocean Racing. by Kelsey Hunter/Live Ocean Racing Posted 3 Jul 22:57 AEST Vaucluse Amateur 12ft SC - Pathway to 18 footers Vaucluse Amateur 12ft SC - Pathway to 18 footers It's a link which goes back almost 100 years When nine times JJ Giltinan world 18 footer champion Seve Jarvin recently presented the prizes to the junior sailors of the Vaucluse Amateur 12 Foot Sailing Club, he was not only returning to his former club. by Frank Quealey Posted 3 Jul 14:04 AEST SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 overall SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 overall Oman and Cuba take Golden Day glory Last of their group before Golden Day, SSL Team Oman make it to the Finals by winning the two races of the day and topping the overall ranking of Qualifying Series Round 4! SSL Team Cuba will also go to Bahrain after finishing 2nd in both races! by SSL Gold Cup Posted 3 Jul 13:09 AEST
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