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Women sport news - First Elliott 6m Match Racing Boats On Their Way to Germany For ISAF Sailing World Cup Debut
The first batch of the new Elliott 6m keelboats selected as equipment for the Womens Match Racing event at the 2012 Olympic Games have left the boatyard and are on their way to Germany to make their worldwide debut at the sixth event of the ISAF Sailing World Cup.
Women sport news - Block Island Race Week XXIII presented by Rolex
While over 160 sailing teams make preparations for this summer’s Block Island Race Week presented by Rolex, the Storm Trysail Club is seeing to the final details for the week of festivities on the quaint and quiet island. photo Dan Nerney Rolex
Women sport news - World ISAF Ranking Leaders
Spain move top in the national standings after gaining one of two new world #1 crews in the latest release of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings on 3 June 2009.
Women sport news - Eagles Successfully Defend Championship Title
The Boston College Sailing Team has won the 2009 ICSA/APS Team Race National Championship, successfully defending the title won a year ago on Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay, marking the third collegiate sailing national title the Eagles have won in school history. photo GTSphotos.com
01. June Sailing1752
Women sport news - Top prize for GBRs sailors in Holland

Top prize for GBRs sailors in Holland

Britain’s sailors topped the medals table and picked up the best nation prize at the latest leg of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Series in Holland, including a hat-trick of golds for women’s match racing team of Lucy Macgregor, Annie Lush and Ali Martin. photo Sander van der Borch
29. May Sailing844
Women sport news - Yale Wins 2009 ICSA Womens National Championship

Yale Wins 2009 ICSA Womens National Championship

Yale University has won the 2009 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Women’s Championship for the second time in school history, repeating a feat the Elis first accomplished in 2004. “2009 ICSA Women’s National Championship”GTSphotos.com.
28. May Sailing607
Women sport news - Wilson faces solo challenge at Holland World Cup event

Wilson faces solo challenge at Holland World Cup event

Olympic sailing champion Pippa Wilson will make her first international outing since the Beijing Games at the this week’s fifth leg of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Medemblik, Netherlands (27-31 May).
27. May Sailing577
Women sport news - Yale lead the 2009 ICSA National Championship

Yale lead the 2009 ICSA National Championship

The conditions were “perfect” on day two of racing at the 2009 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Women’s Championship as the ladies racing for the title were kept on the City Front course just outside the breakwater at the St. Francis Yacht Club. GTSphotos.com
26. May Sailing468
Women sport news - 25 Jahre des LYCC / Regatta Ausschreibung

25 Jahre des LYCC / Regatta Ausschreibung

Our anniversary regatta for pentecoast is taking place again at the Libera Yachtclub in Germany, Chiemsee.
24. May Sailing559
Women sport news - College National Championship Day 1

College National Championship Day 1

As if by design, the infamous San Francisco fog retreated to reveal blue skies this morning just as the competitors at the 2009 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Women’s Championship got down to the business of racing for the title. GTSphotos.com
22. May Sailing589
Women sport news - Titans head to Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2009

Titans head to Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2009

A fleet of sailing giants are set to take to the starting line of the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2009 in just under three weeks time. This second edition of the event, organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) and Boat International Media, is open to yachts over 24 metres and will feature four days of racing from June 10th to 13th.
18. May Sailing1434
Women sport news - Marie Björling takes the twelfth and final spot

Marie Björling takes the twelfth and final spot

Marie Björling takes the twelfth and final spot to the ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship in Lysekil, Sweden, this summer. photo Dan Ljungsvik/Lysekil Womens Match
11. May Sailing983
Women sport news - Q&A with Olympic Sailer Anna Tunnicliffe

Q&A with Olympic Sailer Anna Tunnicliffe

Anna Tunnicliffe has grown to be a well known and highly classed sailor, winning gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics for Women’s Laser Radial class
08. May Sailing680
Women sport news - Crump to represent at New York Invitational

Crump to represent at New York Invitational

New York Yacht Club Invitational_Crump to represent NJK and Royal Danish YC, respectively. photo Dan Nerney Rolex.
08. May Sailing559
Women sport news - Womens Match Racing Is Entering An Exciting New Growth Period

Womens Match Racing Is Entering An Exciting New Growth Period

With the new Olympic boat, the ISAF Elliott 6m,making its debut at the ISAF (International Sailing Federation) Sailing World Cup event in Kiel, Germany, in June and womens match racing events growing in number and participation throughout the world
05. May Sailing1750
Women sport news - All aboard as The Ellen Macarthur trust sets sail round Britain

All aboard as The Ellen Macarthur trust sets sail round Britain

The Ellen MacArthur Trust Skandia Round Britain Voyage set sail from Cowes on the Isle of Wight on a four month long ‘Voyage of Discovery’. Hundreds of people and small craft came to Cowes to see the young crew set off. photo onEdition
02. May Sailing1076
Women sport news -  Ellen MacArthur Trust Skandia Round Britain Voyage of Discovery

Ellen MacArthur Trust Skandia Round Britain Voyage of Discovery

The Ellen MacArthur Trust Skandia Round Britain Voyage of Discovery mirrors Ellen MacArthurs first solo round Britain voyage in her 21ft yacht, Iduna in 1995.
25. April Sailing583
Women sport news - Four duals for Gold!

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.
25. April Sailing586
Women sport news - ISAF Allocate Building Slots For Elliott 6m

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.
24. April Sailing590
Women sport news - Regatta leaders collect top scores

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.
21. April Sailing614
Women sport news - In search for pressure

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
14. April Sailing1978
Women sport news - Tulloch Wins 2009 Rolex Women’s Match

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.
13. April Sailing547
Women sport news - Girls excell in Palma

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!
11. April Sailing599
Women sport news - Early bronze for Britain at Palma World Cup event

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
09. April Sailing566
Women sport news - Patience pays off for British sailors in Palma

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
08. April Sailing544
Women sport news - Solid second day at Palma World Cup

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.
05. April Sailing556
Women sport news - Womens Match Racing Confirmed For Final Three Events Of ISAF Sailing World Cup

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
05. April Sailing533
Women sport news - British 470 girls take early lead in Palma

British 470 girls take early lead in Palma

The new British crew of Penny and Saskia Clark got off to a flying start at the first European leg of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Spain on Sunday.
04. April Sailing555
Women sport news - ISAF Nations Cup second for leading light Lucy

ISAF Nations Cup second for leading light Lucy

Lucy Macgregor continued to consolidate her place amongst the World’s top Women’s match racers looking ahead to London 2012 as she claimed an impressive second place at the 2009 ISAF Nations Cup Grand Final in Brazil.
31. March Sailing1460
Women sport news - France Do The Double Again At ISAF Nations Cup Grand Final

France Do The Double Again At ISAF Nations Cup Grand Final

Skippers Damien Iehl and Claire Leroy led the French teams to victory at Porto Alegre, Brazil as they won the 2009 ISAF Nations Cup in both Open and Womens divisions.
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