2015 ORC World Championship – Race 7 images by Max Ranchi
By Max Ranchi, ,
4:06 PM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 ORC World Championship – Race 7 images by Max Ranchi ...
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – Day 4 images by Mick Anderson
By Mick Anderson, ,
3:16 PM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – Day 4 images by Mick Anderson ...
Phil Harmer - Back to back Volvo Ocean Race winner
By Ian Thomson, Gothenburg ,
1:15 PM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
To get into the Volvo Ocean Race is a dream of so many. To win one is exceptional. To go back to back, well that is an elite group, however, Australia’s Phil Harmer has just done that. Four attempts, two wins, not bad I say. ...
Indian Ocean passage making - Character building
By SV Crystal Blues, ,
12:10 PM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
At some risk of understatement, we refer to our recent Indian Ocean passage to Rodrigues as 'character building'. It was perhaps a little more than that.... ...
World ARC Rally - Exploring Tonga
By World Cruising Club, ,
11:03 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
Vava’u has proved to be another popular stopover on the World ARC route, with participants falling for the warmth of the Tongans and the simple way of life in this remote Pacific archipelago. ...
2015 Foiling Week in full swing
By Foiling Week, ,
10:37 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Foiling Week is in full swing after 24 races, 10 presentations and two days of the most generous in terms of wind and weather that the Garda has given this season. ...
2015 SB20 World Championships- Hobart’s Cooper family ready to compete
By Peter Campbell, ,
10:20 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 SB20 World Championships - Italy’s famous sailing venue, the spectacular Lake Garda, will have a unique impact on the Cooper family from Hobart over the next four to five weeks as they represent Australia in two major world sailing championships. ...
2015 Australian Schools Teams Racing Championship overall
By Peter Campbell, ,
9:53 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Australian Schools Championship - Revelling in Thursday’s freshest breeze of the week, 10-15 knots, the team of teenage boys, many of them current or past Tasmanian champions, swept past their opposition to make the final eight. ...
NZL Sailing Team - Back to back wins give Team Jolly massive margin
By Sail-World.com NZL, ,
7:16 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
Back to back wins on Day 4 of the 2015 470 Olympic Sailing Championships have lifted 2012 Olympic Gold medalists, Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie to a massive points lead in the 2015 470 Womens European Championship. ...
Dan Slater on Day 1 of the 2015 Laser Worlds in Kingston
By Dan Slater, The Water Shed, Kingston, Canada ,
7:02 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
Two races sailed today with 3 fleets and all three fleets had 1 sailor dominating the day in the 15-18 knot breeze.
In the Yellow fleet the day was dominated by Guatemalan Juan Ignacio Maegli and to an extent GBR’s Nick Thompson. Juan showed the rest of the world in his fleet that he is a contender for this championship ...
2015 Edinburgh Cup - Day 3 images by Fiona Brown
By Fiona Brown, ,
3:30 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
Photographer Fiona Brown was on water at 2015 Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Edinburgh Cup in Largs and provided this gallery of images from day 3. ...
2015 Transatlantic Race - Third time's a charm
By Barby MacGowan, ,
3:12 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
With two staggered starts down, there is just one to go for the 2,800 Transatlantic Race 2015, and it is for the largest and fastest boats: the monohulls Comanche and Rambler 88, at 100 feet and 88 feet in length, respectively, and the multihulls Phaedo3 and Paradox, at 70 feet and 63 feet. ...
Australian Sailors well placed at World and European Championships
By Cora Zillich, ,
2:46 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
The 2015 Laser World Championships (2-8 July) kicked off in Kingston, OT, Canada overnight with Australian Sailing Team’s Matthew Wearn (WA) the stand out Australian with two convincing race wins and taking the lead on the results board. ...
2015 Laser World Championship - First racing day
By Marianne Davis, ,
2:28 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
Beautiful conditions today on the Fresh Waters of Kingston Ontario for the first day of the Laser Standard Men’s World Championship. The day began with 10 knots of breeze from the South/West. The wind then picked up to 15-17 knots to complete two successful races by all the fleets. ...
Edinburgh Cup - Day 3 + Video
By British Dragon Association, ,
2:10 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
After two days of light airs trials and tribulations, the third race of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Edinburgh Cup was finally completed in Largs on the penultimate day of the regatta. A lack of breeze continued to dog the event meaning only one race was possible, but that one race has ensured that the championship is now valid and a Dragon Open British Champion will be declared. ...
2015 Tour de France à la Voile preview
By ASO, ,
1:41 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Tour de France à la Voile - Tomorrow the twenty-eight Diam 24 fleet will start the first race of the Tour de France à la Voile 2015. They will be launched from 7am on the beach of Malo-les-Bains for the start of a 45 nautical mile long Coastal Race at 12.00. New boat, new concept, and new racing format. So how does it work? ...
2015 470 European Champs - Olympic champions take over the race track
By International 470 Class Association, ,
1:21 AM Fri 3 Jul 2015 GMT
The 2012 Olympic gold medallists Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie (NZL) knocked out two wins, a feat repeated by 2012 Olympic gold medallist Mat Belcher and crew Will Ryan in the 470 men fleet on day four at the 2015 470 Open European Championships. With the change of wind direction, teams really got to stretch their legs in today’s two races, as the breeze increased and a swell pushed through the course area ...
Melges 24 World Championship –Mick Anderson presents images from day 3
By Mick Anderson, ,
10:44 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
Melges 24 World Championship –Mick Anderson presents images from day 3 ...
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – Day 3
By Mick Anderson - SailingPIX.dk, ,
10:11 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – The Swiss multi-talent Christopher Rast has put himself in the spotlight as the man to beat. Three wins on the breeziest day of the Melges 24 World Championship. ...
Melges 24 World Championship – Day 3 images by Pierrick Contin
By Pierrick Contin, ,
9:59 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
Melges 24 World Championship – Day 3 images by Pierrick Contin ...
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – What a day! + Video
By International Melges 24 Class Association, ,
9:32 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Melges 24 World Championship – What a day here in Middelfart! Thanks to some champagne conditions, PRO Hank Stuart brings at home three more races and now, after nine races and one discard, the situation among the 95 boats fleet starts to unravel. ...
Finn Junior World Championships, Silver Cup – Day 3 overall + Video
By Robert Deaves, ,
9:08 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Finn Junior World Championships, Silver Cup – Ondrej Teply (CZE) is back on top in Valencia after two more races in moderate winds. Nenad Bugarin (CRO) is second with Stig Steinfurth (DEN) in third after all three were able to drop a letter score when the discard came into effect. Race wins went to Arkadiy Kistanov (RUS) and Anatoly Korshikov (RUS). ...
2015 ORC World Championship, Barcelona – Day 4 overall
By ORC Media, ,
8:50 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 ORC World Championship – With the completion of a 62.8-mile lap of racing along the coast north of Barcelona, two new series leaders have once again risen to the top of the standings in two classes at the end of day four of competition, hosted by Real Club Nautico de Barcelona. ...
2015 Stena Match Cup Sweden – GAC Pindar leads qualifying races
By WMRT, ,
8:19 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
2015 Stena Match Cup Sweden – Defending ISAF Match Racing World Champion Ian Williams (GBR) GAC Pindar has led his team through a faultless round winning all 13 of his Qualifying races as the event rolls into the start of the Quarter Finals tomorrow. ...
Collinson FX Market Commentary - July 2 - European nervousness
By Collinson FX, ,
7:53 PM Thu 2 Jul 2015 GMT
The Greek crises stumbled through nervous markets experiencing volatility and unwanted uncertainty. The solution lies in the hands of the politicians and bureaucrats and not the people. The referendum is an attempt to raise the anti and an attempt to receive a better deal from Europe with a 'no' vote from the citizenship. ...
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