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US Sailing appoints new director of US Offshore By US Sailing, , 9:08 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
US Offshore, a division of US Sailing, has named Nathan Titcomb the new Associate Director of US Offshore and will be promoted to Director, effective January 1, 2016. Titcomb has served as a Technical Assistant since 2007 under the leadership of current Offshore Director and Chief Measurer, Dan Nowlan. ... [more]

2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Final – Early start + Video By ISAF, , 8:58 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
It's going to be an early start for the 144 sailors from 37 nations competing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with a 10:00 start on the cards. ... [more]

2015 Mini Transat - Îles de Guadeloupe - Bon appétit gentlemen... By Mini Transat, , 5:11 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - GMT
The competitors of the Mini Transat îsles de Guadeloupe are starting to get restless. After more than three weeks in port for the first stopover, they are eager to get racing, to finally take on the Atlantic crossing they have all been dreaming about. But, to reach the other side of the duck pond fit and clear-headed, they will need to properly organise their food and drink supplies. ... [more]

2015 BIC Techno 293 World Championship - Day 3 By Patrik Pollak, , 4:23 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - GMT
After today the biggest fleets of the championship split into gold and silver. From tomorrow only the best 50 percent will fight for the medals while rest will sail in silver fleet. Very important day for those trying to make the cut to stay in top half to race with the 'big boyz'. ... [more]

2015 Transat Jacques Vabre - Surf and turf? By Transat Jacques Vabre, , 4:12 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - GMT
The leading pair of Ultime multihulls, opening the 5400 miles Transat Jacques Vabre course from Le Havre to Itajaí, are fighting through light winds just a few miles off the West African coast between Western Sahara and Mauritania while the last of the Class 40s are contemplating another Biscay bashing still 220 miles NW of Cape Finisterre. ... [more]

Clipper Round the World team Da Nang visited by Vietnamese Ambassador By Claire Glancy, , 3:52 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
Clipper Round the World Race team Da Nang – Viet Nam received a visit from the Ambassador of Vietnam to South Africa, during the stopover in Cape Town before the fleet leaves to race across the Southern Ocean on Saturday 31 October. ... [more]

2016 Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup - International entries By Trish Jenkins, , 2:37 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Last night at the Royal Ocean Racing Club's St James clubhouse, the 2016 Commodores' Cup was formally launched, with the British investment management and financial planning company Brewin Dolphin continuing its sponsorship of the club's biennial flagship event for national three boat teams with amateur crews. ... [more]

2015 Transat Jacques Vabre - Hugo Boss is heading to Vigo (ESP) By Transat Jacques Vabre, , 2:18 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - GMT
After unsuccessfully attempting a repair for several hours at sea, Alex Thomson and Guillermo Altadill onboard Hugo Boss have made the difficult decision to proceed to Vigo. This partial repair will not allow the duo to cross the Atlantic serenely. ... [more]

ISAF Sailing Worlds Final - Elite athletes face stern Abu Dhabi test By ISAF, , 1:43 AM Thursday 29 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
With nine gold medals at stake over four days of intense racing, the 2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Final gets under way in Abu Dhabi tomorrow with some of the sport's most accomplished elite athletes facing a stern examination. ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre - Hugo Boss is latest casualty By NZL, , 11:54 PM Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 - GMT
After several hours at sea Alex Thomson and Guillermo Altadill onboard the foiler Mono 60 Hugo Boss have made the difficult decision to return ashore. After attempting to address the issue onboard it has not been possible to ensure a sufficient repair whilst at sea to withstand an Atlantic crossing. ... [more]

Transat Jaques Vabre - Le Bateau des Métiers suffers damage By Soazig Guého, , 9:00 PM Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 - GMT
At 1950hrs UTC Arnaud Boissières, skipper of the IMOCA 60 Le Bateau des Métiers by Aérocampus sent a message to the Transat Jacques Vabre race director: ... [more]

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