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Women Sailing - Italian Olympian Wins ISAF Grade 1 event
26.10.2009

Italian Olympian Wins ISAF Grade 1 event

Italy’s Giulia Conti won the 2009 Rolex Osprey Cup – one of only two ISAF Grade 1 women’s match racing events in the U.S. – held at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club (St. Petersburg, Fla.), from October 21-24. credit Renée Athey/SPYC.
Women Sailing - Gold and bronze for British sailors at Disabled Worlds
19.10.2009

Gold and bronze for British sailors at Disabled Worlds

British sailors picked up two medals from three classes at the IFDS Disabled Sailing World Championships in Athens on Sunday – including a first ever world title for the SKUD duo of Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell.
Women Sailing - Dad, Can I Have the Keys to the Big Boat?
19.10.2009

Dad, Can I Have the Keys to the Big Boat?

Like they’ve been doing every Columbus Day weekend for nine years, Storm Trysail along with Larchmont Yacht Club and a multitude of sponsors have once again introduced the joys of big-boat racing to boatloads of college sailors in a two-day mini course with maxi impact.
Women Sailing - Tunnicliffe and Team Add Another Gold -- Wrap-up story
16.10.2009

Tunnicliffe and Team Add Another Gold -- Wrap-up story

Anna Tunnicliffe (Plantation, Fla.) and her team of Molly OBryan Vandemoer (Redwood City, Calif.), Liz Bower (Rochester, N.Y.) and Debbie Capozzi (Bayport, N.Y.) have won US SAILINGs 2009 Rolex International Womens Keelboat Championship. Photo credit: Rolex / Dan Nerney
Women Sailing - Tunnicliffe and Team Capture First Title
12.10.2009

Tunnicliffe and Team Capture First Title

Anna Tunnicliffe (Plantation, Fla.) and her team of Molly OBryan Vandemoer (Redwood City, Calif.), Liz Bower (Rochester, N.Y.) and Debbie Capozzi (Bayport, N.Y.) have won US SAILINGs 2009 Rolex International Womens Keelboat Championship. photo Dan Nerney Rolex
10.10.2009

A Day of Contrasts; Final Race Day Tomorrow

In a cruel twist of circumstances for the 35 teams competing in US SAILING\'s Rolex International Women\'s Keelboat Championship, today\'s weather was a complete 180 from Wednesday\'s severe storms and 40-plus knot wind.
Women Sailing - US SAILING’S 2009 Rolex International Women’s Keelboat Championship
06.10.2009

US SAILING’S 2009 Rolex International Women’s Keelboat Championship

This past weekend, 25 young women sailors traveled to the Rochester Yacht Club in Rochester, N.Y., to take place in the Next Step to Rolex Program. The young women, ranging in age from 14-17 and representing junior programs from across the U.S. and as far away as Hawaii, were selected to participate in the once-of-a-lifetime keelboat clinic. photo Tim Wilkes Rolex.
Women Sailing - Nominations for Rolex Sailor of the Year
03.10.2009

Nominations for Rolex Sailor of the Year

ISAF received nominations for the 2009 Awards from across the world for sailors representing all aspects of the sport. In deciding the nominees, the achievements of sailors made during the qualifying period of 1 September 2008 and 31 August 2009 are taken into consideration. Photo credit: Rolex / Kurt Arrigo
Women Sailing - Leg 4-Exercise TRANSGLOBE-Cape Town to Perth
03.10.2009

Leg 4-Exercise TRANSGLOBE-Cape Town to Perth

A 21-year old RAF Officer Cadet student, Gemma Lamont, who hails from Scotland, has done ‘a bit of dinghy sailing and some yachting’ during her service with the RAF, but nothing remotely significant compared to her latest sailing challenge on Exercise TRANSGLOBE
Women Sailing - Making History Its Own
28.09.2009

Making History Its Own

While history didn’t quite repeat itself today, it came pretty close. The final races of the 2009 12 Metre World Championships were sailed on a sparkling Rhode Island Sound as helicopters buzzed and spectator boats jockeyed for front row seats to the action. photo Amory Ross
Women Sailing - New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup
22.09.2009

New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup

No one knew quite what to expect, even though a year and a half of planning went into getting 19 teams from 14 nations to Newport, R.I., for the inaugural New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup. photo Dan Nerney
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The Fairer Sex, Fairing much better

As the men’s England cricket team mulled over yet another defeat in Australia, their female colleagues were battling out a vital, well-earned victory over their Australian rivals.