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Top Sailors To Face Off As Gold Fleet Racing Commences - Live Tracking Starts On Day Three

As the day goes on it is expected to pick up with anything between 13-17 knots expected. With a smooth sea state and one metre swell day two's buzz words "Champagne sailing" and "glamour conditions" could be rolling of the tongues of the world's finest competing in Hyères.

Women Sailing

Women Sailing -  Seventh heaven for British sailors in Palma
07.04.2013

Seventh heaven for British sailors in Palma

Palma World Cup gold for Alison Young at the conclusion of the Princess Sofia Trophy on Saturday (6 April).
Women Sailing - Favourites lead ranking in all classes
03.04.2013

Favourites lead ranking in all classes

The Nacra 17 fleet raced in the afternoon with a medium breeze and small waves, it was a perfect day with great conditions and after six races countries with a strong multihull culture such as the Netherlands and France are on top.
Women Sailing - Young dominates on day two of Palma World Cup
03.04.2013

Young dominates on day two of Palma World Cup

Alison Young continued her dominant form at the Princess Sofia World Cup regatta in Palma on Tuesday (2 April), keeping a clean sheet in the Laser Radial fleet after four races.
Women Sailing - GB crews quick out of the blocks at Palma World Cup
01.04.2013

GB crews quick out of the blocks at Palma World Cup

Laser Radial sailor Alison Young and the new 470 women's pairing of Sophie Weguelin and Eilidh McIntyre were the stand-out British performers on a breezy first day at the Princess Sofia World Cup regatta in Palma on Monday (1 April).
Women Sailing - New boats but familiar faces as GB sailors prepare for Palma season opener
29.03.2013

New boats but familiar faces as GB sailors prepare for Palma season opener

The road to Rio begins in earnest this week for British sailors, with new boats, new crews and new racing formats being put to the test at the start of the 2016 funding cycle.
Women Sailing - Terms of Series have been published for the 2013 WIMR Series!
10.03.2013

Terms of Series have been published for the 2013 WIMR Series!

A big step has been taken for women's sailing as the details of the entry and scoring process for the inaugural Women's International Match Racing Series is defined in the Terms of Series.
Women Sailing - Lijia Xu Named 2012 ISAF Rolex World Female Sailor Of The Year
08.11.2012

Lijia Xu Named 2012 ISAF Rolex World Female Sailor Of The Year

Lijia Xu, Laser Radial Gold Medallist at London 2012, expressed her delight at becoming only the second Asian athlete to be crowned ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year. ©Rolex / Kurt Arrigo
Women Sailing - Miami, USA has been named as the fifth venue of the ISAF Sailing World Cup.
07.11.2012

Miami, USA has been named as the fifth venue of the ISAF Sailing World Cup.

Set to be held at US Sailing Center Miami from 26 January to 2 February 2013, the regatta will form part of the ISAF Sailing World Cup until 2016 and will be the second stop in the 2012-2013 series following on from Melbourne, Australia and preceding Palma, Spain and Hyeres, France.
Women Sailing -  New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the race to clinch gold.
11.08.2012

New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the race to clinch gold.

New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the race to clinch gold. The Netherlands pair of Lisa Westerhof and Lobke Berkhout held off a number of boats to take the bronze medal.
Women Sailing - Hannah Mills & Saskia Clark win Silver for Great Britain
11.08.2012

Hannah Mills & Saskia Clark win Silver for Great Britain

Britain’s 470 Women sailors, Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark, won Olympic silver just 18 months after teaming up at Weymouth and Portland today (Friday 10 August) before immediately declaring “We’re up for Rio 2016!” photo RYA
Women Sailing - More silverware guaranteed for Britain’s sailors
08.08.2012

More silverware guaranteed for Britain’s sailors

Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark know they have won at least a London 2012 bronze medal - but the British 470 Women only have their eyes on gold as they head into their medal race showdown on Friday (10 August). photo RYA

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