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2.4mR sailors gunning for World Cup hat-trick in Hyeres

Helena Lucas and Megan Pascoe will aim to make it a hat-trick of British World Cup regatta victories in the 2.4mR class in 2014 when they take to the racetrack for the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, France, next week (21-26 April).

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Women Sailing -  Hull & Humber wins Race 10 to Jamaica in Clipper 07-08
22.05.2008

Hull & Humber wins Race 10 to Jamaica in Clipper 07-08

Just 57 seconds separated the first and second placed teams in the race from Santa Cruz, California, to Jamaica, Hull & Humber securing a fourth victory in the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race. photo onEdition Heather Ewing
Women Sailing - Clipper Ventures names Humber as start/finish venue for Clipper 09-10
22.05.2008

Clipper Ventures names Humber as start/finish venue for Clipper 09-10

Clipper Ventures Plc is pleased to announce that the next edition of its biennial event, the Clipper 09-10 Round the World Yacht Race, will start and finish in the Humber on the east coast of England.
Women Sailing - Race 10 to Jamaica gets underway in Clipper 07-08
21.05.2008

Race 10 to Jamaica gets underway in Clipper 07-08

The ten internationally-backed yachts of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race fleet have started Race 10 from Panama to Jamaica. photo Heather Ewing/onEdition
Women Sailing - Additional events add even more competition and excitement to world-famous yachting regatta
21.05.2008

Additional events add even more competition and excitement to world-famous yachting regatta

The town of Cowes on the Isle of Wight is incredibly busy in the first week of August and not just with the usual holidaymakers enjoying some retail therapy in the myriad of fabulous shops on the High Street.
Women Sailing - Junior Windsurfers make waves at Whitwell
21.05.2008

Junior Windsurfers make waves at Whitwell

Event director Helen Cartwright is confident Britain’s windsurfing champions of tomorrow were among the 62-strong fleet when the country’s most promising young windsurfers did battle at the first ever RYA National Junior Windsurfing Championships at Whitwell, Rutland Water this weekend (17-18 May). photo rya.org.uk
Women Sailing - Race 9 Panama arrivals of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race
17.05.2008

Race 9 Panama arrivals of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race

The first of the ten internationally-backed Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race teams have arrived in Flamenco Marina, Panama. New York arrived alongside at shortly after 0500 this morning (1100 GMT) at the end of Race 9 from Santa Cruz. photo onEdition
Women Sailing - ISAF World Match Race Rankings
15.05.2008

ISAF World Match Race Rankings

France continues to dominate at the top of the ISAF World Match Race Rankings as Claire Leroy holds on to the world #1 spot. photo Rolex
Women Sailing - North Zone triumphs at 2008 RYA Eric Twiname Championships
13.05.2008

North Zone triumphs at 2008 RYA Eric Twiname Championships

The North Zone ruled the roost at Rutland Water as day two of the 2008 RYA Eric Twiname Championships came to a thrilling finish. Winning North Zone team. Credit Paul Wyeth
Women Sailing - The Artemis Transat start
13.05.2008

The Artemis Transat start

As the boats left the dock on Sunday morning, weather analysis and predictions were getting more precise for the 3000-mile long course towards Boston. With 10 knots of easterly breeze, the descent towards the Eddystone Omega race gate should take less than an hour. credit: onEdition/The Artemis Transat/OC Events Dee Caffari (Aviva) at the start of the Artemis Transat.
Women Sailing - South Zone bid to defend RYA Eric Twiname Championships crown
09.05.2008

South Zone bid to defend RYA Eric Twiname Championships crown

The South Zone had better watch out – the rest of the RYA Zones will be gunning for their crown when the battle for the 2008 RYA Eric Twiname Championships takes place at Rutland Sailing Club this weekend (10-11 May).
Women Sailing - TV’s Davina McCall lends support to Sail for Gold Ball
09.05.2008

TV’s Davina McCall lends support to Sail for Gold Ball

Popular TV star Davina McCall will once again help to give Great Britain’s sailors a glorious Olympic send off when she attends the prestigious 2008 Sail for Gold Ball. photo Davina McCall with Ben Ainslie at 2004 Sail for Gold Ball
Day two in Hyeres (22.04.2008 )

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