All was set for an exciting Medal Race day out on Centre Course and the crowds were't disappointed. With the top six teams all in with a shot at the medals and the points margins giving no guarantee of the gold medal to the Spanish, it was nailbiting.
The reigning 470 European Champions Tara Pacheco/Berta Betanzos from Spain sailed a stunner of a day to win both races 3 and 4 today out on Success Course area, and with it leap to the top of the overall leaderboard.
Britain's reigning World Champion Lucy Macgregor and her crew of Annie Lush and Kate Macgregor are preparing to "give it all we've got" as they begin their Women's Match Racing title defence at the Perth 2011 Sailing World Championships on Sunday (4 December). photo Lloyd Images
The highly anticipated announcement of the recipients of the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards was made last night, Tuesday 8 November, in a ceremony in San Juan, Puerto Rico. photo Daniel Forster Rolex
Local involvement proves an important component in the Storm Trysail Foundation's (STF) popular one-day Junior
Safety-at-Sea Seminars, and to that end the non-profit organization is looking to expand its impact nationally. photo Lat Spinney
This weekend has seen more than 800 of Britain's rising young stars of the future compete across nine venues throughout the UK in the prestigious RYA Volvo Zone and Home Country Championships which came to an exciting finish on Sunday (25 September). photo Paul Wyeth RYA
The 2011 RYA Women's National Match Racing Championships are fast approaching and the RYA are urging interested parties to get their entries in before Thursday 30th September to secure their place at this year's even.
Klepacka claimed the Women’s RS:X gold medal in wonderful fashion after winning the Medal Race by over a minute. The Polish sailor has strung together a fantastic race card throughout the week finishing out of the top
three just once in 11 races.
Marit Bouwmeester (NED) has sealed the gold medal in the Laser Radial with the Medal Race still to go at the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta, the Olympic Test Event. report by ISAF. photo by Thom Touw
Another strong wind day at the Olympic sailing test event in Weymouth and Portland on Monday (8 August) proved a tough test, with Skandia Team GBR's contenders maintaining a strong showing in the breezy conditions.
In the Women’s RS:X Spain’s Marina Alabau notched up double bullets to take an early initiative in the 34-strong fleet. The Spaniard recorded regatta victories at US SAILING’s Rolex Miami OCR, Trofeo S.A.R.
Day one of the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta saw a tough start for the match racing trio of Lucy Macgregor, Annie Lush and Kate Macgregor - the only British boat to race on the first day of competition at this official 2012 test event.
The Women’s Match Racing competition will be the first Olympic Sailing Event to set sail at the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta when the Round Robin stage commences on Tuesday 2 August. photo Rolex
Despite some strong late challenges from British crews, Sweden and Germany held on to become the winners of the Delta Lloyd Junior 470 World Championships after two great Medal Races today in Medemblik, Holland.
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