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Officials announced for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Officials announced for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games 60 International Race Officials from 31 nations World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, is pleased to announce the names of the Race Officials who have been appointed for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition. by World Sailing Posted 5 Dec 22:56 UTC Brest Atlantiques: Gybing to the finish Brest Atlantiques: Gybing to the finish MACIF and Actual Leader now have less than 1,000 miles separating them from the finish After more than 30 days at sea, MACIF and Actual Leader now have less than 1,000 miles separating them from the finish of Brest Atlantiques. With MACIF just out in front by 50 miles at 3pm today by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 5 Dec 21:39 UTC Hyundai World: Images from the 49ers - Day 3 Hyundai World: Images from the 49ers - Day 3 Hyundai World: Images from the 49ers - Day 3 Sail-World was on the water for Day 3 of the Hyundai 49er World Championships - here's a gallery of images from the 49er Blue course. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 5 Dec 20:03 UTC Women in Sailing Strategic Review released Women in Sailing Strategic Review released A report that explores gender balance The World Sailing Trust is pleased to release its Strategic Review into Women in Sailing, a report that explores gender balance and makes a case for change to address disparities within the sport. by World Sailing Posted 5 Dec 13:34 UTC Andres Lage qualifies in Finn Class for Tokyo 2020 Andres Lage qualifies in Finn Class for Tokyo 2020 The Venezuelan has been chasing a dream - to sail at the Olympic Games For much of his life, Andres Lage from Venezuela has been chasing a dream - to sail at the Olympic Games. by Robert Deaves Posted 5 Dec 12:36 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 18 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 18 Imagine your Korea is in Stealth Mode As ETA's are now in frequent circulation, the competitive side of The Clipper Race remains ever present in the minds of all teams battling in the The Marlow Southern Ocean Sleigh Ride, alongside a safe arrival into Fremantle, Australia. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 5 Dec 11:57 UTC Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 3 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 3 Olympic Champions running away with the FX contest The end of the Qualifying Series in any Olympic-class World Championship is always a fraught scramble to make it through to the Gold Fleet Finals. Scrape through to the final 25 and you live to fight another three days. by 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Posted 5 Dec 10:28 UTC Loop Woggle is 'The Daddy' Loop Woggle is 'The Daddy' In the world of genoa sheet leads In this blog we look at the trend towards lightweight, flexible sheet lead solutions and why the LOOP Woggle is working its way to the top of the pack in high load situations. by Prinal Shah Posted 5 Dec 09:00 UTC Hyundai 49er Worlds: High Stakes as Finals start Hyundai 49er Worlds: High Stakes as Finals start Difficult Day 3 increases pressure on Kiwis looking for Olympic selection The Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 world championships in Auckland might be halfway through but for New Zealand's top sailors the real business starts tomorrow. by Yachting NZ Posted 5 Dec 07:57 UTC Clipper Races confirms Race Finish Partner Clipper Races confirms Race Finish Partner Royal Albert Dock in London will be the final destination The world's toughest endurance challenge, the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, has announced its new partnership with Royal Albert Dock (RAD), London's new international destination for business and leisure. by Sarah Lacey Posted 5 Dec 07:54 UTC 10 days to go to the 2019 Finn Gold Cup 10 days to go to the 2019 Finn Gold Cup Tokyo 2020 hopes and last chances bring world's best to Melbourne The pressure will be on when the world's best Olympic Finn sailors start racing at the 2019 Finn Gold Cup - the World Championships of the Olympic Finn Class - in Melbourne in just over one week's time. by Cora Zillich Posted 5 Dec 07:36 UTC A plea to subscribe and support live coverage A plea to subscribe and support live coverage A plea to subscribe and support live coverage By now you know that we're in the middle of the World Championships and that for the first time ever you can watch it all . Here is my personal appeal to subscribe. by Ben Remocker/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 5 Dec 07:00 UTC The Ocean Race confirms its return to Auckland The Ocean Race confirms its return to Auckland Organisers announce 2021-22 edition will visit the spiritual home of iconic round the world race... The Ocean Race will come to Auckland, New Zealand, during the 2021-22 edition of the fully-crewed, round the world race. by The Ocean Race Posted 5 Dec 05:21 UTC Star Sailors League Finals day 2 Star Sailors League Finals day 2 Negri and Kleen go turbo at the SSL Finals Big conditions for day two of the SSL Finals, the event which sets to determine the 'stars of the sailing world', once again largely benefitted the 'old hands'. by Rachele Vitello Posted 4 Dec 23:28 UTC Spindrift 2 forced to abandon JVT record attempt Spindrift 2 forced to abandon JVT record attempt Damaged steering system makes boat unsafe to be sailed in heavy weather conditions At 20h UTC, Yann Guichard, Spindrift 2's skipper, made the decision to turn around and end the current Jules Verne Trophy record attempt. by Spindrift racing Posted 4 Dec 22:52 UTC Maxi Edmond de Rothschild wins Brest Atlantiques Maxi Edmond de Rothschild wins Brest Atlantiques A detailed look at the facts and figures Magnificently rewarded after a circuit spanning 17,083 miles of the North and South Atlantic, Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier, accompanied by Yann Riou, can really savour this victory after 28 days, 23 hours, 24 minutes and 46 seconds at sea. by Gitana Posted 4 Dec 22:01 UTC Chickens and Eggs Chickens and Eggs You know the real answer is I have no idea which came first You know the real answer is I have no idea whether the egg was before the proverbial chicken, or the other way around. Equally, I'm not sure whether the ‘end of life' boats triggered this editorial, or perhaps it was the repurposing of sails by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 4 Dec 22:00 UTC Normandy Channel Race 2020 reverts to September Normandy Channel Race 2020 reverts to September In line with the Class40's four-year programme and its transatlantic shift As is the case every 4 years, the Normandy Channel Race will take place in September 2020 in line with the Class40's four-year programme and its transatlantic shift: The Transat race to the USA in May by Sirius Events Posted 4 Dec 19:44 UTC A month to go to Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race A month to go to Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race The lightning-fast Italian 70 foot maxi trimaran Maserati has entered With just a month to go before Table Bay once again bids her formidable farewells to a healthy fleet of twenty-five ocean going yachts on the next Cape to Rio Ocean Race, the various sailing teams and their yachts are arriving from around the world. by Luke Scott Posted 4 Dec 18:41 UTC Musto partners with Norwegian expedition yacht Musto partners with Norwegian expedition yacht On a quest to promote ocean conservation Leading technical performance clothing brand, Musto, has joined forces with Norwegian expedition yacht, Barba, in an ongoing conservation project to find and study orca, humpback and sperm whales off the coast of Arctic Norway. by Christianne Whitehouse Posted 4 Dec 17:00 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 17 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 17 Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam goes into Stealth Mode This follows the trend set by its rival Qingdao, who, this morning, resurfaced from this tactical maneuver. Whether this was successful will be revealed tomorrow for all the avid Race Viewer followers. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 4 Dec 15:24 UTC Summer arrives for Day 2 of the 49ers and Nacra 17 Summer arrives for Day 2 of the 49ers and Nacra 17 After yesterday's tempest, the second day of the Hyundai Worlds was decided pleasant After yesterday's tempest, the second day of the Hyundai Worlds for the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 turned on a variety of weather to test all crews. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 4 Dec 13:41 UTC Ovington Boats Merchandise Ovington Boats Merchandise Perfect for the winter months and ideal Christmas gifts Various Ovington branded merchandise in stock and available on their website, perfect for the winter months and ideal Christmas gifts. From warm, woolly hats to premium quality, branded Ovington T-Shirts to eco-friendly, bio-based sports water bottles. by Ovington Boats Posted 4 Dec 13:40 UTC Hyundai 49er Worlds: Burling and Tuke bounce back Hyundai 49er Worlds: Burling and Tuke bounce back Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in a strong position after the second day of the Hyundai Worlds The scorecard doesn't always tell the full story but it shows Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in a strong position after the second day of the Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships in Auckland. by Yachting NZ Posted 4 Dec 13:24 UTC Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 2 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 2 Battle of Britain is underway, while USA veteran finds her feet in the FX Day two of the 2019 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships brought solid breezes across all courses, still with plenty of wind shift and surprise to keep the 400-odd competitors on their toes. by 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Posted 4 Dec 13:17 UTC Brest Atlantiques: We have a winner Brest Atlantiques: We have a winner Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier have done it! After 28 days, 23 hours, 24 minutes and 46 seconds at sea, Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier, accompanied by their media man Yann Riou, are the winners of Brest Atlantiques. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 4 Dec 12:57 UTC Spindrift 2 starts Jules Verne Trophy attempt Spindrift 2 starts Jules Verne Trophy attempt A 21,600 miles around the world record attempt Spindrift 2 crossed the start line of the Jules Verne Trophy on Tuesday 3, December 2019 at 20h 55' 54" UTC to begin their 21,600 miles around the world record attempt. by Spindrift racing Posted 4 Dec 08:05 UTC IDEC Sport Asian Tour - Act 2: Welcome to Vietnam! IDEC Sport Asian Tour - Act 2: Welcome to Vietnam! Francis Joyon and his crew completed Act 2 of the IDEC Sport Asian Tour Francis Joyon and his crew completed Act 2 of the IDEC Sport Asian Tour during the night setting a reference time for the voyage between Mauritius and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 4 Dec 07:22 UTC Bragging rights on the line Bragging rights on the line The world's best sailors get set for 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds Perth's Mounts Bay Sailing Club has been swarming with activity over the last few weeks as a number of the world's best sailors arrive ahead of the 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds, which run from 9-18 December. by Harry Fisher Posted 4 Dec 07:20 UTC Star Sailors League Finals day 1 Star Sailors League Finals day 1 Early slender lead for Melleby and Revkin at SSL Finals in the Bahamas For the opening day of competition at the SSL Finals to determine 2019's ‘star of the sailing world', Nassau laid on perfect conditions with glorious sunshine, an ultra-shifty northwesterly and flat water out on Montagu Bay for the 23 crews by Rachele Vitello Posted 4 Dec 06:41 UTC Brest Atlantiques Day 30 Brest Atlantiques Day 30 Maxi Edmond de Rothschild is expected to claim its first major victory After little under 29 days at sea, Franck Cammas, Charles Caudrelier and media man Yann Riou are expected to be crowned the winners of Brest Atlantiques on Wednesday morning. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 3 Dec 20:22 UTC RORC Transatlantic Race day 11 RORC Transatlantic Race day 11 All set to welcome the early finishers Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in Grenada is all set to welcome the early finishers in the RORC Transatlantic Race. VO65 Childhood 1 is expected to finish on Wednesday 4th December and will win the IMA Trophy for Monohull Line Honours. by Louay Habib Posted 3 Dec 20:11 UTC Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 5 Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 5 Sunshine and 58 boats for the Christmas countdown Fifty-eight boats took to the water for the first Frostbite Sunday of December, which for a lot of people is the trigger for the countdown to Christmas. by Cormac Bradley Posted 3 Dec 20:02 UTC Lifetime Achievement Award for Janet Grosvenor Lifetime Achievement Award for Janet Grosvenor Honouring a person who has given her life to the RORC At a glittering Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) annual awards ceremony in London, Janet Grosvenor was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award and made an Honorary Life Member for her immense contribution, both to the Club and the sport itself. by RORC Press Posted 3 Dec 17:11 UTC Int 5.5 Metre Class December news Int 5.5 Metre Class December news Champions to unite for Gold Cup and World Championship 2020 It's just five weeks to the start of the 2020 Scandinavian Gold Cup and 5.5 Metre World Championship at the Royal Prince Alfred YC in Newport, Australia, and the excitement is growing for what looks like being a first class event in a great location. by Robert Deaves Posted 3 Dec 16:49 UTC Spindrift 2 leaves for Jules Verne Trophy Spindrift 2 leaves for Jules Verne Trophy Some emotional scenes as 12 crew said their goodbyes Yann Guichard and his eleven crew left the dock in La Trinité-sur-Mer today (Tuesday) at 1130hCET to make their way to the start line of the Jules Verne Trophy. by Spindrift racing Posted 3 Dec 16:34 UTC Olympic class news and an Ultim class showdown Olympic class news and an Ultim class showdown Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt As the Midwest and East Coast shovel their first big storm of the year, as Northwest skiers cry that all the snow is being wasted on the flats, and as everyone grapples with last week's consumption, things are happening in Olympic sailing circles. by David Schmidt Posted 3 Dec 16:00 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 16 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 16 The competition among the fleet is heating up Over the last 24 hours, Zhuhai has been chasing down WTC Logistics who keep popping up and then disappearing on the former's AIS screen. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 3 Dec 12:48 UTC Fund Raising at Swords Fund Raising at Swords 710 EUR went to Howth RNLI Dublin There was a presentation made to Howth RNLI Dublin, Ireland, from a nearby sailing club always keen to support this excellent service. by Patrick Wodhams Posted 3 Dec 11:54 UTC Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 1 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds day 1 Germany emerge unscathed from a brutal opening day 49er Blue Race 1 - Young Irish keep Olympic medallists at bay by 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Posted 3 Dec 11:25 UTC
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