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Top Sailors To Face Off As Gold Fleet Racing Commences - Live Tracking Starts On Day Three

As the day goes on it is expected to pick up with anything between 13-17 knots expected. With a smooth sea state and one metre swell day two's buzz words "Champagne sailing" and "glamour conditions" could be rolling of the tongues of the world's finest competing in Hyères.

Women Sailing

Women Sailing - Four duals for Gold!
25.04.2009

Four duals for Gold!

The 470 women medal race should provide a good fight for Gold between ISAF Sailing World Cup leaders Henriette Koch and Lene Sommer (DEN) who have conserved their hold on the 470 women fleet and young Dutch team of Margriet Fokkema and Marieke Jongens (NED). “Anything can happen tomorrow with the wind. So we’ll focus on sailing our own race and do as good as possible.” Declared Koch.
Women Sailing - ISAF Allocate Building Slots For Elliott 6m
25.04.2009

ISAF Allocate Building Slots For Elliott 6m

The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) has finalized the distribution order for the new Elliott 6m keelboats, the equipment selected for the Women\'s Match Racing event at the 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition.
Women Sailing - Regatta leaders collect top scores
24.04.2009

Regatta leaders collect top scores

Another day of light and patchy conditions distributed high points to regatta favourites. While some classes see new leaders, high scores reduce the advantages gained and open the scores.
Women Sailing - In search for pressure
21.04.2009

In search for pressure

Racing in the second day of the Semaine Olympique Française got back to schedule with extra races sailed in all classes. Despite the rain, the Easterly wind reaching a maximum of 15 knots allowed racing to start on time. It wasn’t easy sailing with clouds creating uneven pressure in the racing area requiring the sailors to stay focussed. photo Guillaume and Durand
Women Sailing - Tulloch Wins 2009 Rolex Women’s Match
14.04.2009

Tulloch Wins 2009 Rolex Women’s Match

Genny Tulloch (Tiburon, Calif.) and her team won the 2009 Rolex Women’s Match, hosted April 9-12 by the St. Petersburg Yacht Club (St. Petersburg, Fla.). photo Charnel Doyle/SPYC.
Women Sailing - Girls excell in Palma
13.04.2009

Girls excell in Palma

Blanca MANCHON (ESP) has made the most of the Spanish event, winning six races in the Women’s RS:X, including the Medal Race. She added 20 points to her impressive ISAF Sailing World Cup Standings score now at 58 points!
Women Sailing - Early bronze for Britain at Palma World Cup event
11.04.2009

Early bronze for Britain at Palma World Cup event

Helena Lucas scooped Britain’s first medal of the ISAF Sailing World Cup event in Palma, Majorca, on Thursday (9 April), with British sailors poised in six more podium spots heading into the final day of racing on Good Friday. Skandia Team GBR/Richard Langdon
Women Sailing - Patience pays off for British sailors in Palma
09.04.2009

Patience pays off for British sailors in Palma

Britain’s sailors made the best of a long and frustrating day on the water on day four of the ISAF Sailing World Cup event in Palma, Majorca, on Wednesday. photo Steve Irish/RYA
Women Sailing - Solid second day at Palma World Cup
08.04.2009

Solid second day at Palma World Cup

British sailors held steady on the second day of racing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup event in Majorca, on Monday.
Women Sailing - Womens Match Racing Confirmed For Final Three Events Of ISAF Sailing World Cup
05.04.2009

Womens Match Racing Confirmed For Final Three Events Of ISAF Sailing World Cup

The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) announced today that the Womens Match Racing events and new Elliott 6m equipment have been confirmed for the final events of the 2008-2009 ISAF Sailing World Cup. photo Rolex Dan Nerney
(02.02.2009 )

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