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Emirates Team NZ off to Oz chasing speed record Emirates Team NZ off to Oz chasing speed record Emirates Team New Zealand next challenge will be ashore, and conducted in Australia. For the past 35 years, Emirates Team New Zealand has been synonymous with competing on the water in boats which are at the leading edge of professional sailing and technology. It's next challenge will be ashore, and conducted in Australia. by Richard Gladwell Posted 25 May 14:28 NZST ETNZ Project Speed: Glenn's Diary Week 1 - 75kts ETNZ Project Speed: Glenn's Diary Week 1 - 75kts Out of the box Horonuku has worked extremely well hitting speeds in excess of 140kph Emirates Team New Zealand's Glenn Ashby reports on the first week of testing in Horonuku, the team's 14metre long land yacht, to be piloted by Ashby, in an attempt to break the world speed record set in 2009 of 220kph/120kts for a wind powered craft. by Glenn Ashby, Emirates Team NZ Posted 25 May 11:17 NZST NZL Sailing Team: iQFoilers close two year gap NZL Sailing Team: iQFoilers close two year gap Veerle ten Have disappointed with a 12th-placed finish at iQFoil Europeans at Garda It's a sign of Veerle ten Have's achievements over the past couple of months that she walks away from the iQFoil European Championships at Lake Garda disappointed with a 12th-placed finish. by Michael Brown/Yachting New Zealand Posted 24 May 00:28 NZST NZL Sailing Team: World Champion heads to Mexico NZL Sailing Team: World Champion heads to Mexico Four Kiwi sailors head for Mexico to join classy fleet for ILCA 7 World titles Tom Saunders is heading into his ninth ILCA 7 world championships but knows this one in Mexico, will be a bit different to the rest. That's because the 29-year-old goes in as defending champion after winning last year's world title in Barcelona. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 24 May 00:01 NZST 18ft Skiffs: David Witt 'ticks all the boxes' 18ft Skiffs: David Witt 'ticks all the boxes' There is a lot more to the David Witt story than many people know For 130 years 18 footer sailors have been regarded as talented larrikins who like to challenge the elements, go fast, win at all costs, have a drink and place a bet on the races. by Frank Quealey Posted 25 May 19:38 NZST 2022 ILCA 7 Men's Worlds at Vallarta, Mexico day 2 2022 ILCA 7 Men's Worlds at Vallarta, Mexico day 2 Classic Banderas Bay conditions continue Classic Banderas Bay conditions continued for day 2 of the 2022 ILCA 7 Men's World Championship. by ILCA Posted 25 May 16:32 NZST Bahrain to host the SSL Gold Cup 2022 Final Series Bahrain to host the SSL Gold Cup 2022 Final Series At the new development project Water City Garden From October 28th to November 20th 2022, the Kingdom of Bahrain will host the SSL GOLD CUP 2022 Final Series, the first Football World Cup... in Sailing. by SSL Gold Cup Posted 25 May 16:07 NZST The Ocean Race: Extreme 'On-Board Reporters' The Ocean Race: Extreme 'On-Board Reporters' IMOCA and The Ocean Race shine a spotlight on the OBRs In part five of this series, IMOCA and The Ocean Race shine a spotlight on the OBRs who are responsible for taking photos, filming videos and writing texts in seemingly impossible conditions, to give the outside world an insight into life on board. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 25 May 13:22 NZST 52 SUPER SERIES Baiona Sailing Week Day 1 52 SUPER SERIES Baiona Sailing Week Day 1 Phoenix leads but dream start in Baiona for amateur Vayu Team The Plattner family's Phoenix team, with man of the moment Tom Slingsby calling tactics, issued a clear statement of intent when they unrolled a truly comprehensive victory in the first race of the 2022 52 SUPER SERIES season. by 52 Super Series Posted 25 May 08:37 NZST Memorial Day racing, Summit Stockholm, Vendée Memorial Day racing, Summit Stockholm, Vendée This is a great time to be a sailor in North America This is a great time to be a sailor in North America. Days are still waxing light, Memorial Day races are in the front window, as are the Newport Bermuda Race and other classic distance races, and the regatta calendar is full of great events. by David Schmidt Posted 25 May 03:00 NZST Clipper Race 11 to end at Finish Gate 3 Clipper Race 11 to end at Finish Gate 3 The race results will be based on the crossing times of this gate The Clipper Race Committee has announced that Race 11: Seattle Pacific Challenge will end at Finish Gate 3. The race results will be based on the crossing times of this gate. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 24 May 18:58 NZST 2022 ILCA 7 Men's Worlds at Vallarta, Mexico day 1 2022 ILCA 7 Men's Worlds at Vallarta, Mexico day 1 126 sailors begin their hard road for the gold The opening day of the 2022 ILCA 7 Men's World Championship under the hot Mexican sun on the Banderas Bay, where 126 sailors began their hard road for the gold. Racing is due to take place every day until 28 May 2022. by ILCA Posted 24 May 16:24 NZST ILCA 7 Worlds: Fatigued Gautrey 4th after Day 1 ILCA 7 Worlds: Fatigued Gautrey 4th after Day 1 Gautrey is fourth equal in the 126-strong fleet after finishing third and sixth on Day 1 George Gautrey would struggle to remember a more difficult day as battles the after-effects of a Covid-19 infection that wrecked his buildup and has left him feeling fatigued. by Michael Brown / Yachting NZ Posted 24 May 13:20 NZST 52 SUPER SERIES Green for Go in Galicia 52 SUPER SERIES Green for Go in Galicia Warming up for Tuesday's start of the 2022 season with three good practice races today The 52 SUPER SERIES fleet warmed up for Tuesday's start of the 2022 season with three good practice races today on the beautiful ría de Vigo off Baiona where the world's leading grand prix monohull circuit is visiting for the very first time. by 52 Super Series Posted 24 May 07:37 NZST The Ocean Race Summit Stockholm The Ocean Race Summit Stockholm Pushing for protection of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean The Ocean Race Summit Stockholm - Racing to protect the Southern Ocean, on Wednesday 1st June, will shine a spotlight on the critical role that the Southern Ocean plays in the health of the planet. by The Ocean Race Posted 23 May 23:06 NZST Brand new Rooster Active Aquafleece® Brand new Rooster Active Aquafleece® Specifically designed for the active sports enthusiast Rooster's original and increasingly popular Aquafleece® range has taken many forms over the years, and never stops innovating. by Rooster Posted 23 May 18:07 NZST International WASZP Games surges past 100 entries International WASZP Games surges past 100 entries The event at Malcesine, Lake Garda is now only 7 weeks away With the International WASZP Games at Malcesine, Lake Garda now 7 weeks away (9-16th of July), entries have now surpassed 100 and there are still 8 days before the early bird entry closes. by Marc Ablett Posted 23 May 16:23 NZST SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series 1 overall SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series 1 overall Estonia, Ireland, Antigua & Barbuda and Tahiti qualify to the Final Series SSL Team Antigua & Barbuda's "Rum Runners," SSL Team Estonia's "Icebreakers", SSL Team Ireland's "Green Armada" and SSL Team Tahiti's "Black Pears" are the first teams of SSL Gold Cup's History to qualify to the Final Series. by SSL Gold Cup Posted 23 May 13:54 NZST The changing face of sailing The changing face of sailing I had been sitting there reflecting on Beken of Cowes type images of old J's and a cast of thousands I had been sitting there reflecting on Beken of Cowes type images of old J's with a cast of thousands on board. All that canvas is always easy to go with. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 23 May 10:00 NZST iQFoil European Championships overall iQFoil European Championships overall An intense, exciting and thrilling week on Lake Garda An intense, exciting and thrilling week of Olympic windsurfing ended in Torbole, north of Lake Garda, for the European Championship of the new iQFoil class, chosen for Paris 2024. by Elena Giolai Posted 23 May 05:48 NZST This Monday: Q&A Live Call with Tom King This Monday: Q&A Live Call with Tom King Olympic Champion looks at on 'Train Hard, Fight Easy' in part 2 of the series In the mid-90s Tom King was a reasonable but not spectacular 470 helmsman. However, when Victor Kovalenko joined the Australian Sailing Team as the 470 coach, Tom's world championship finishes progressed from 40th to 20th to 10th to 1st place. by Andy Rice Posted 23 May 03:55 NZST Oman Sail named as a dual finalist Oman Sail named as a dual finalist In the Middle East Sports Industry Awards 2022 Oman Sail has been announced as a nominee for the prestigious Middle East Sports Industry Awards 2022 (SPIA), joining a host of renowned sports events and organisers from across the region. by Oman Sail Posted 23 May 03:29 NZST Dalin: "The year couldn't have started better" Dalin: "The year couldn't have started better" With victory in the IMOCA Guyader Bermudes 1000 Race Charlie Dalin (Apivia) won the third edition of the Guyader Bermudes 1000 Race which in fact is his first solo victory in IMOCA and his fourth overall IMOCA race win since 2019 in all different formats combined. by Vendee Globe Posted 22 May 16:32 NZST Clipper Race 11 Day 20 Clipper Race 11 Day 20 The heat continues in more ways than one! For the Clipper Race fleet, Race 11 conditions have been hot, sticky and the winds fickle. However, the last 24 hours saw the competition heat up and get a notch more exciting. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 22 May 14:24 NZST Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine overall Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine overall Pieter-Jan Postma makes history by winning first Finn Gold Cup for The Netherlands Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, made history today by winning the 2022 Finn Gold Cup, the first Dutch winner of this massively prestigious trophy in its 66 year history. by Robert Deaves Posted 22 May 12:59 NZST iQFoil Europeans Day 5: the first 10 advance iQFoil Europeans Day 5: the first 10 advance After 19 races, the first 10 to advance to Sunday's medal series have been decided Decided with four more slalom races the first ten athletes who will compete on Sunday in the "Medal Series" finals of the European Championships of the new Olympic class for Paris 2024 iQFoil, organised on Lake Garda, by Circolo Surf Torbole. by Elena Giolai Posted 22 May 11:53 NZST SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series 1 Day 3 SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series 1 Day 3 Estonia signs another solid performance SSL Team Estonia made one more step towards SSL Gold Cup 2022 Final Series by winning their second race in Race 3 of Group 2, in Grandson. SSL Team Bermuda got their first win in a Group 1 where anything can still happened in tomorrow's Golden Day. by SSL Gold Cup Posted 22 May 09:41 NZST 52 Super Series 10th anniversary title wide open 52 Super Series 10th anniversary title wide open This season seems to have more of an owner-driver focus than ever before There were just five points separating first place from fourth and only two points from championship winners Sled from third placed Platoon at the end of the 2021 52 Super Series season last November in Palma. by 52 Super Series Posted 22 May 02:02 NZST Steering the Course 2022 kicks off Steering the Course 2022 kicks off A week-long festival of women's sailing Hundreds of sailors across the world will take to the water over the next 10 days as World Sailing's Steering the Course global women's sailing festival gets under way. by World Sailing Posted 21 May 20:27 NZST Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 4 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 4 Postma dominates to retake the lead Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, found second gear today to dominate the 110 boat fleet from 17 nations on the fourth day of the Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. by Robert Deaves Posted 21 May 17:14 NZST iQFoil Europeans Days 3 & 4 iQFoil Europeans Days 3 & 4 Dutchman Luuc Van Opzeeland and Britain's Emma Wilson lead with a gap At the iQFoil Class European Championship being held at the Circolo Surf Torbole, on Garda Trentino, we have entered the heart of the event, that is with the best of the men's and women's fleets who from Thursday began the "final series". by Elena Giolai Posted 21 May 11:45 NZST 25 skippers for Vendée Arctic-Les Sables d'Olonne 25 skippers for Vendée Arctic-Les Sables d'Olonne A race of discovery to the northern waters of the Arctic Circle Alain Leboeuf, President of SAEM Vendée and the Department of Vendée has just presented the skippers of the second edition of the Vendée Arctic - Les Sables d'Olonne, more than 2 years from the 10th edition of the Vendée Globe. by Vendée Globe Posted 21 May 03:08 NZST GUYOT environnement - Team Europe enters TOR GUYOT environnement - Team Europe enters TOR Confirmed as fourth IMOCA entry for The Ocean Race The campaign sees French offshore sailor Benjamin Dutreux joining forces with Offshore Team Germany Olympian Robert Stanjek, the same combination that raced to victory in the inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe last summer. by The Ocean Race Posted 21 May 02:30 NZST America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut Emirates Team NZ's Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin in a very honest interview Emirates Team New Zealand CEO Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin, in a 30 minute interview that Dalton consented to give, only on the basis that it was broadcast uncut and unedited. by Martin Devlin/The Platform Posted 20 May 22:02 NZST Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when? Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when? As we saw in the last America's Cup, base and venue setup decisions can have unintended consequences Now that Barcelona has been named as the venue and the approximate dates for the 2024 America's Cup Regattas named, teams have to devise a strategy around where their home base will be, when they will move to Barcelona and how long they will stay and more by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World Posted 20 May 21:06 NZST Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 3 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 3 Oskari Muhonen moves into the lead on Lake Garda After three very different races, Finland's Oskari Muhonen has taken the lead at the 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. He won two more races to take a three point lead from Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands. by Robert Deaves Posted 20 May 07:53 NZST Owner-Drivers strengthen GC32 Racing Tour Owner-Drivers strengthen GC32 Racing Tour A key attraction of the flying GC32 catamaran A key attraction of the flying GC32 catamaran is that it provides individuals with a way to experience the latest state of the art foil-borne yachting. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 20 May 07:21 NZST Catching up with the champions... Catching up with the champions... How Wireless Load Sensing is Bringing the Middle of the Fleet Forward How Wireless Load Sensing is Bringing the Middle of the Fleet Forward. by Cyclops Marine Posted 20 May 01:30 NZST iQFoil Europeans: Two Kiwis progress to Gold fleet iQFoil Europeans: Two Kiwis progress to Gold fleet The two top New Zealanders have had differing fortunes on Day 2 of the iQFoil Europeans The two top New Zealanders have had differing fortunes on Day 2 of the iQFoil Europeans being sailed in Torbole, Lake Garda in Northern Italy, however both have qualified in the Gold fleet for Mens and Womens competition by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 19 May 17:45 NZST iQFoil Europeans Day 2: French take control iQFoil Europeans Day 2: French take control French sailors now lead both fleets. Nicolas Goyard leads the men and Hélène Noesmoen the women The day became a struggle between ‘giants' in the top positions for both men and women. French sailors now lead both fleets, with Nicolas Goyard in the lead among the males and Hélène Noesmoen among the females by Elena Giolai Posted 19 May 12:41 NZST Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 2 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 2 Pieter-Jan Postma is early leader Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, is the early leader of the thrilling 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy, after three finntastic races in a 10-14 knot southerly on Wednesday. by Robert Deaves Posted 19 May 07:23 NZST WASZP Games to include coaching for beginners WASZP Games to include coaching for beginners An option for newcomers to the class and foiling to be coached The all-inclusive nature of the WASZP fleet is on display once again. We have always seen events as the best way to accelerate the learning process for new sailors to the class. by WASZP Class Posted 19 May 01:10 NZST World Sailing official Paris 2024 Olympic website World Sailing official Paris 2024 Olympic website The new website will be the central hub for official information World Sailing has launched its dedicated Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition website with just 800 days to go to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. by World Sailing Posted 19 May 01:09 NZST Match Racing: RNZYS enthusiastic about Womens WMRC Match Racing: RNZYS enthusiastic about Womens WMRC Women's Match Racing World Championships will see 14 skippers invited to take part in Auckland The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has confirmed that it will be bringing world-class sailing back to Auckland with the 2022 Women's Match Racing World Championships, as the final event of the inaugural Women's World Match Racing Tour, in November 2022 by Billy Woodworth/RNZYS Posted 18 May 14:36 NZST WMRT relaunches Women's World Match Racing Tour WMRT relaunches Women's World Match Racing Tour Final to be held in Auckland in November 2022 The World Match Racing Tour has announced the launch of the first Women's World Match Racing Tour, a global professional series designed to promote and grow female participation in sailing and match racing around the world. by World Match Racing Tour Posted 18 May 13:55 NZST iQFoil Europeans: Armit in top ten after Day 1 iQFoil Europeans: Armit in top ten after Day 1 New Zealand's Josh Armit has had a good opening day at the iQFoil Europeans being sailed in New Zealand's Josh Armit has had a good opening day at the iQFoil Europeans being sailed on Lake Garda, Italy. The event the first major international title for the iGFoil has attracted 200 competitors in the Mens and Womens fleets. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 May 13:38 NZST iQFoil Europeans at Torbole day 1 iQFoil Europeans at Torbole day 1 41 nations race in a light wind on Lake Garda The iQFoil European Championships, the new Olympic class for Paris 2024, have started in Torbole, on the Garda Trentino, Italy. Until Sunday they will be racing between slalom, course and marathon: the disciplines chosen according to wind conditions. by Elena Giolai Posted 18 May 10:05 NZST Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 1 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 1 Peler dies away, and Ora refuses to build enough for racing The famous Garda wind machine broke down today and the 111 Finn sailors at the Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy, will have to wait for another day to begin this long-heralded restart of elite Finn sailing. by Robert Deaves Posted 18 May 05:04 NZST
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