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Women Sailing - ISAF World Sailing Rankings
06.09.2008

ISAF World Sailing Rankings

There are two new leaders in the latest release of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings and some major changes elsewhere with the inclusion of results from the 2008 Olympic Sailing Competition.
Women Sailing - A birds eye view of the Big Fellas
05.09.2008

A birds eye view of the Big Fellas

Without doubt one of the best views in the house at the 19th Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup is that of the helicopter pilot tasked with positioning the film and photographic teams recording events unfolding. It is an enviable job and an addictive one too. photo Lindsay Owen Jone/Rolex Daniel Forster
Women Sailing - British sailors welcomed home to London
29.08.2008

British sailors welcomed home to London

BritainÂąs podium-topping sailors were today welcomed home to London, and to the news that leading long-term investments provider Skandia has confirmed its continued support of the British sailing team for the next four years. photo onEdition
Women Sailing - Aussies Claim 470 Gold
18.08.2008

Aussies Claim 470 Gold

Elise Rechichi and Tessa Parkinon have won Australia's second sailing Gold medal today, taking victory in the Women's 470 medal race.
Women Sailing - Golden blondes win first GB sailing title
17.08.2008

Golden blondes win first GB sailing title

Sarah Ayton and Sarah Webb today become only the second British female athletes in history to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals after claiming Yngling class victory with crew Pippa Wilson at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Sailing Regatta in Qingdao this afternoon.
Women Sailing - Gold beckons for GB sailors
15.08.2008

Gold beckons for GB sailors

The Yngling trio of Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson have also ensured a medal for Team GB – a minimum of silver as long as they finish their medal race without incident. Penny Clark saw a 22 in the sole race for the Laser Radial class today, but should improve on her overall position of 10th once she can drop her worst result after the fifth race for the fleet tomorrow. photo onEdition
Women Sailing - Aussie Racing resumes in Qingdao
15.08.2008

Aussie Racing resumes in Qingdao

Sailing resumes in Qingdao today after racing was postponed due to inclement weather and lack of wind yesterday. With oscillating winds of 7-9 knots forecast for today, there should be some real action on the water. As the wind blows through the mountains at the rear of Qingdao, it swirls as it moves over the water. Combined with the moving tide, it will make for a challenging day of competition.
Women Sailing - Racing heats up as medal race draws closer for some
14.08.2008

Racing heats up as medal race draws closer for some

Anna Tunnicliffe from the United States continues to do what she does best -- staying at the front end of major events. There was only one race sailed Wednesday in which Tunnicliffe finished well enough to increase her lead to seven points -- a great start towards gold.
Women Sailing - Action from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - 13th August
14.08.2008

Action from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - 13th August

It was an agonisingly slow day on the water, with a hazy fog hanging over Qingdao and the wind flaking between two to six knots. As the wind reduced during the afternoon, races were postponed in the Finn, Yngling, Laser Radial and Laser classes who all managed only one slow spin around the course each today.
Women Sailing - Day four review: Testing times for Team GB sailors
13.08.2008

Day four review: Testing times for Team GB sailors

The trio of Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson extended their lead at the top of their respective Finn and Yngling fleets, with both British boats finishing second in their only race of the day. photo onEdition
Women Sailing - Not all plain sailing for Team GB on day three
11.08.2008

Not all plain sailing for Team GB on day three

There were testing times on the water for Team GB’s sailors in Qingdao on Monday (11 August), with crews enduring mixed fortunes on this third day of the Olympic sailing regatta. photo Richard Langdon
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