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Women Sailing - New York wins Race 11 of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race
03.06.2008

New York wins Race 11 of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race

Breaking what has been referred to as the Ohome port curseÂą, skipper Duggie Gillespie and his team have achieved an historic victory by winning into New York at the end of the 1,420-mile race from Jamaica of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race. photo James Allen
Women Sailing - European victory for Volvo RYA Keelboat crew
31.05.2008

European victory for Volvo RYA Keelboat crew

Charlotte Lawrence and her crew of fellow Volvo RYA Keelboat Programme sailors Katie MacKenzie, Maia Walsh, Hannah Kemlo and university teammate Lavinia Paternoster won the 2008 European University Women’s Match Racing Cup in La Rochelle last weekend (23-25 May).
Women Sailing - Eagles Win First Women’s Title in School History
30.05.2008

Eagles Win First Women’s Title in School History

Only eight races – four in both A- and B-Divisions – were left to be contested on the third and final day of racing for the 2008 ICSA Women’s National Championship. photo GTSPhots
Women Sailing - 2008 ICSA WOMEN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DAY ONE ACTION
28.05.2008

2008 ICSA WOMEN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DAY ONE ACTION

Folks enjoying their Memorial Day parades and picnics could hardly have a complaint with the weatherman’s efforts today. But when the opening round of the 2008 ICSA Women’s National Championship got underway at noon, the blustery conditions that greeted racers were just a hint of what was in store for rest of their day out on Narragansett Bay.
Women Sailing - Windy Medal Races at Delta Lloyd Regatta 2008
26.05.2008

Windy Medal Races at Delta Lloyd Regatta 2008

Medals won by Tunnicliffe, Conti and Micol, Alabau, Marcelien de Koning and Lobke Berkhout and Manchon saw The Delta Lloyd Regatta have some twists and turns.
Women Sailing - ACTION SET TO BEGIN FOR 2008 ICSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
26.05.2008

ACTION SET TO BEGIN FOR 2008 ICSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Every college sport has its powerhouse teams, and in sailing that brings to mind names such as Boston College, St. Mary’s College, Yale University, Stanford University and the College of Charleston
Women Sailing - Race 11 of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race gets underway
26.05.2008

Race 11 of the Clipper 07-08 Round the World Yacht Race gets underway

Nova Scotia led the Clipper 07-08 fleet across the start line at the beginning of Race 11 from Jamaica to New York. They were several boat lengths ahead of the following group of Durban 2010 and Beyond, Liverpool 08, New York and Hull & Humber. All ten of the yachts crossed the start line within two minutes. photo onEdition
Women Sailing - Yngling girls bag Dutch bronze
24.05.2008

Yngling girls bag Dutch bronze

Yngling trio Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson claimed the first medal for Great Britain at the Delta Lloyd Regatta in Holland on Saturday (24 May) – their last major event before the Beijing Olympic Games in August. photo Yngling sailors Pippa Wilson, Sarah Webb, Sarah Ayton The Delta Lloyd Regatta, Medemblik, Holland, 21st - 25th May 2008 Skandia Team GBR image.
Women Sailing - Day 4 470 Women – Sparring partners on top
24.05.2008

Day 4 470 Women – Sparring partners on top

Since the end of 2007, the Brazilians Fernando Oliveira and Isabel Swan teamed up with the Italians Giulia Conti and Giovanna Micol as sparring partners. Now they are both on golden course in Medemblik.
Women Sailing - Close racing on second day Delta Lloyd Regatta 2008
23.05.2008

Close racing on second day Delta Lloyd Regatta 2008

The second day at the 2008 Delta Lloyd Regatta in the Netherlands showed some close racing. The light breeze and shifts caused tactical difficulties, but pleased the Olympian teams preparing for China.

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