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Qualification Series Concludes At ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyères

Charlotte Dobson and Sophie Ainsworth (GBR) leapfrogged ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca gold medallists Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze (BRA) in the 42-boat 49erFX fleet.

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Women Sailing - Paralympic and Match Racing Champions Named; Medal Races for Olympic Classes Tomorrow
31.01.2009

Paralympic and Match Racing Champions Named; Medal Races for Olympic Classes Tomorrow

Good things happened today at US SAILING’s Rolex Miami OCR, where 444 sailors from 41 countries are competing. Medals were determined in three Paralympic classes (Sonar, SKUD 18 and 2.4mR) as well as one Olympic class (Laser SB3, which is being used here instead of the Olympic Elliott 6 in the Women’s Match Racing event). photos Dan Nerney Rolex
Women Sailing - Rosebud/Team DYT Capture Overall Title in Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race
26.01.2009

Rosebud/Team DYT Capture Overall Title in Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race

Roger Sturgeons STP65 Rosebud/Team DYT took line honors in the 2009 Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race with an elapsed time of 13 hours, 56 minutes and 05 seconds.
Women Sailing - Countdown On To 2009 ISAF Team Racing World Championship In Perth
26.01.2009

Countdown On To 2009 ISAF Team Racing World Championship In Perth

Just 10 days remain until the start of the 2009 ISAF Team Racing World Championship in Perth, Australia where teams from Asia, Europe, Oceania and North America will put their boat handling and communication skills to the ultimate test.
Women Sailing - Rolex Miami Olympic Classes Regatta gets underway on Monday
26.01.2009

Rolex Miami Olympic Classes Regatta gets underway on Monday

The Skandia Team GBR 49er pair triumphed in emphatic style at the first round of the inaugural World Cup series at Sail Melbourne last month, wrapping up victory by a massive 21 points, and they will be looking for a repeat of that form over the six days of racing in Biscayne Bay.
Women Sailing - Susanne Huber-Curphey Awarded Cruising Club of America 2008 Rod Stephens Trophy for Outstanding Seamanship
19.01.2009

Susanne Huber-Curphey Awarded Cruising Club of America 2008 Rod Stephens Trophy for Outstanding Seamanship

Cruising Club of America Presents 2008 Rod Stephens Trophy for Outstanding Seamanship to Susanne Huber-Curphey and Tony Curphey. Susanne Huber-Curphey Awarded Cruising Club of America 2008 Rod Stephens Trophy for Outstanding Seamanship
Women Sailing - Truswell to take up RYA Youth reins
14.01.2009

Truswell to take up RYA Youth reins

Duncan Truswell admits he is relishing the challenge of continuing Britain’s unprecedented success in producing young world class sailors after being named as the new RYA Youth Racing Manager.
Women Sailing - Olympic and Paralympic Hopefuls Kick Off Campaigns at US SAILINGs 2009 Rolex Miami OCR
14.01.2009

Olympic and Paralympic Hopefuls Kick Off Campaigns at US SAILINGs 2009 Rolex Miami OCR

With one week before online registration closes and two weeks before racing begins, US SAILINGs 2009 Rolex Miami OCR is shaping up to be an international must-sai regatta for elite Olympic and Paralympic-class sailors.
Women Sailing - Sailors celebrated in New Year’s Honours
06.01.2009

Sailors celebrated in New Year’s Honours

Britain’s history-making sailors have had their astonishing feats in 2008 recognised in the New Year’s Honours List.
Women Sailing - IOC Honour Sailing With Best Sports Coverage Award At Olympic Golden Rings Ceremony
19.12.2008

IOC Honour Sailing With Best Sports Coverage Award At Olympic Golden Rings Ceremony

Sailing scored a major coup as its television coverage of the Beijing Olympic Games was recognized as The Best Sports Coverage by the Host Broadcaster at the International Olympic Committees (IOC) Olympic Golden Rings ceremony, held last night (16 December) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Women Sailing - RYA set up new womens academy for 2012 Olympics
10.12.2008

RYA set up new womens academy for 2012 Olympics

THE Royal Yachting Association (RYA) has set up a new women’s Olympic Match Race Academy as part of its preparations for 2012 and to find sailors for the new keelboat event that will replace the Yngling class, which Britain has won at the last two Games.
Women Sailing - Hamilton Island hosts the first Australian Sailing Development Squad Camp
19.11.2008

Hamilton Island hosts the first Australian Sailing Development Squad Camp

The momentum gained from sailing’s success at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games continued full force with the expansion the Australian Sailing Development Squad (ASDS) in Yachting Australia’s Performance Program.
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