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    FEMALE SAILORS SHINE AT 2018 AUSTRALIAN SAILING AWARDS

    Wendy Tuck , who this year became the first female skipper to ever win a round the world yacht race, has scooped the pool at the 2018 Australian Sailing Awards in held in Sydney tonight. Tuck took out the top honour in winning the Female Sailor of the Year as well as bagging the inaugural Offshore Sailor of the Year award for her efforts in leading Sanya Serenity Coast to victory in the Clipper

    Published 09:51 on 24 Oct 2018

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    Triumphant in Toulon

    INEOS TEAM UK finished the GC32 Racing Tour 2018 on a high by taking victory at the GC32 Med Cup in Toulon. This, the British team's second title of the season, meant they finished the Tour second overall, despite missing the opening event. The French coast served up extreme conditions all week and today was no different

    Published 08:25 on 22 Oct 2018

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    Cory Sertl Elected President of US Sailing’s Board of Directors

    The US Sailing Nominating Committee named new members of the National Governing Body's Board of Directors who were officially elected on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at US Sailing's Annual Meeting in San Francisco, hosted by the St. Francis Yacht Club. Cory Sertl (Rochester, N.Y.) was elected as the next President of US Sailing. Rich Jepsen (Alameda, Calif.) was elected Vice President. Read the Q&A with Cory Sertl at

    Published 15:00 on 18 Oct 2018

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    American Magic Taps Airbus Expertise

    New York Yacht Club American Magic, the U.S. Challenger for sailing's 36th America's Cup, set to be held in 2021, today announced aerospace pioneer Airbus as its innovation partner. As Official Innovation Partner, Airbus will allocate engineering resources and modeling expertise to assist in the design optimization of American Magic's future AC75 racing boat– a brand new, cutting-edge, high-tech craft aiming to compete in sailing's oldest and most coveted trophy. Airbus will provide

    Published 13:32 on 10 Oct 2018

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    International Fleet set for RORC Transatlantic Race

    Crew from all over the world will be competing in the 2018 RORC Transatlantic Race which sets off from Marina Lanzarote, Arrecife on Saturday November 24th. The 3,000 nautical mile-long race to Grenada is the final challenge in the Royal Ocean Racing Club's 2018 calendar, and is an ideal way to bond a team together for the RORC Caribbean 600 in February 2019. Franco Niggeler's Swiss Cookson 50 Kuka 3 is one of the

    Published 12:11 on 2 Oct 2018

  • HYS Hamble Winter Series Announcement

    Hamble Yacht Services (HYS) and the Hamble River Sailing Club (HRSC) announce a three-year partnership for the HYS Hamble Winter Series. Well over 1,000 sailors will be taking part in the UK's most popular winter series, all of which will benefit from the long-term partnership. The 2018 HYS Hamble Winter Series will be the 37 th edition run by the HRSC, the event is organised by a very experienced team, led by PRO

    Published 15:15 on 25 Sep 2018

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    2019 FINN GOLD CUP – Coming to Royal Brighton Yacht Club

    Royal Brighton Yacht Club (RBYC), one of the premier yacht clubs on Victoria's Port Phillip Bay, RBYC is extremely proud to announce that the club is to host the 2019 Finn Gold Cup from 13 th to 21 st December 2019. RBYC working with Sail Melbourne and the Australian Finn Class Association with funding support from Visit Victoria and the Victorian State Government, has been able to secure this major sailing

    Published 00:00 on 20 Sep 2018

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    Bumpy Ride Expected At Tokyo 2020 Test Event

    Nineteen of Australia's top performance sailors will get a valuable taste of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue when racing starts at the first official Olympic Test Event on Tuesday. Six of the nation's seven sailors to win medals at the Rio 2016 Games will compete at Enoshima, a small island in Kanagawa Prefecture about 70 kilometres south of Tokyo. The regatta will double as the opening round of World Sailing's 2019 World Cup Series.

    Published 09:20 on 11 Sep 2018

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    Lady Mariposa wins the Cherbourg Race

    Organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club, in association with the Yacht Club de Cherbourg, and the Royal Yacht Squadron. Start: Friday 7th September 18:00 COURSE: Cowes – Cherbourg DISTANCE: 80nm Noel Racine's Foggy Dew at the

    Published 09:19 on 11 Sep 2018

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    Back to where it all started in 1851

    On the day that the America's Cup race course and event dates were announced in Cowes, Isle of Wight, where the Cup began back in 1851, INEOS TEAM UK the British Challenger for the 36th America's Cup also released the first official images of their test boat, known as T5, a small scale foiling mono-hull. No team's full-size race boat can be launched until before the 31st March

    Published 10:57 on 6 Sep 2018

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