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Sail Melbourne day 3 difficult conditions By Craig Heydon, 7:43 PM Wed 9 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup opening round continued in difficult conditions as strong, gusty, winds ended day three of Sail Melbourne early, with only a handful of classes able to get in racing. ...[more]

Sail Melbourne day 3 - Strong winds play havoc with racing By Lauren Garnet, 4:33 PM Wed 9 Nov 2011
On day 3 of Sail Melbourne the 470 classes, along with the Paralympic crews managed to complete one race while the RS:X got in two before the breeze picked up. ...[more]

Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships TV coverage By Perth 2011, 12:34 PM Wed 9 Nov 2011
More than 25 international and national broadcasters have signed up to take television coverage of the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships next month. ...[more]

Sail Melbourne day 2 light conditions By Lauren Garnet, 12:36 AM Wed 9 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup - Light winds dominated day two of Sail Melbourne, testing the crews and race committees. After a number of delays and aborted starts the majority of the fleets were able to get all of their races, with just the RS:X and Paralympic classes left on shore for the day. ...[more]

Sail Melbourne – Australian Tom Slingsby on top form By Craig Heydon, , 8:12 PM Tue 8 Nov 2011
Sail Melbourne 2011 - Light winds have dictated racing on day two of the opening round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, with a number of Australian Sailing Team crews having standout performances in the tricky conditions. Australia’s triple Laser World Champion Tom Slingsby had a great day on the water, winning both races to open up a seven point lead over Great Britain’s Nick Thompson. ...[more]

Sail Melbourne day 2 - The light wind plague By Roger McMillan, 4:48 PM Tue 8 Nov 2011
Racing at the first round of the ISAF World Cup in Melbourne got off to a late start today. When the 49ers got underway at 15:50 local time, it appeared that a repeat of yesterday was on the cards - win the start and win the race. However, different areas of the course delivered different results each leg and ultimately racing became a lottery. ...[more]

Perth 2011 - Australia’s next Sailing Golden Girls? By Rob Kothe, 12:15 PM Tue 8 Nov 2011
In Olympic sailing history, there have been two sets of Australian Womens Gold medal performances. At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney and at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, both came in the 470 dinghy class in which super-coach Victor Kovalenko guided teams to victory. ...[more]

ISAF Sailing World Cup - Sail Melbourne off to a great start By Lauren Garnet, 10:59 PM Mon 7 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup 2011/2012 opening round is off to a great start with close racing throughout the fleets on day one of Sail Melbourne at Sandringham Yacht Club. ...[more]

Sail Melbourne - Australians have strong opening day By Craig Heydon, 9:12 PM Mon 7 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup series has started off with Sail Melbourne. A number of Australian Sailing Team crews enjoyed a strong opening day on Port Phillip Bay. Jessica Crisp currently leads the way in the RS:X women with the triple Olympian finishing the day with a first and a second to be four points clear of Bryony Shaw of Great Britain. ...[more]

Perth 2011 - US Women’s 470 – Maxwell and Farrar ‘In the Passing Lane’ By Shauna McGee Kinney, 12:47 PM Mon 7 Nov 2011
The US Women’s 470 team of Erin Maxwell and Isabelle Kinsolving Farrar are in the passing lane and aiming for the Olympics. The journey has been long and filled with great destinations, major decisions and success. ...[more]

ISAF Sailing World Cup - Belcher and Page prepare for Sail Melbourne By Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page, , 10:27 PM Sun 6 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup - Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page provide an update on their preparations for Sail Melbourne: It's been a little while since our last update. After a long and successful European season, we really enjoyed having a month completely away from Olympic Sailing. It's funny how different life is while campaigning, especially as we built up towards London 2012. ...[more]

ISAF Sailing World Cup - Australian sailors prepare for Sail Melbourne By Craig Heydon, , 7:28 PM Fri 4 Nov 2011
ISAF Sailing World Cup Series - Australian sailors are busy preparing to begin their campaign at the series opening round next week. The Australian Sailing Team will be well represented at Sail Melbourne with crews competing in six classes with racing set to get underway on Monday 7 November. ...[more]

Perth Sailing World Championships Schedule Of Racing published By International Sailing Federation, , 6:52 AM Thu 3 Nov 2011
Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships Schedule of Racing has now been published after months of planning and the careful consideration of class requirements. Racing begins on 3 December at 12:00 local time with the women's match racers kicking things off. The Laser Radial, Women's RS:X, Finn and Men's 470 take to the water on 5 December with the Medal Races taking place on 11 December ...[more]

ISAF Sailing World Cup Series kicks off with Sail Melbourne By International Sailing Federation, 12:38 AM Thu 3 Nov 2011
2011-2012 ISAF Sailing World Cup Series begins its fourth series with Sail Melbourne kicking things off at Sandringham Yacht Club, Melbourne, Australia, in a few days time. First launched in December 2008 the ISAF Sailing World Cup brings together the existing major regattas on the Olympic sailing circuit, starting in Australia. ...[more]

US Olympic Trial victory for Anna Tunicliffe and Team Maclaren By Anna Tunnicliffe, 11:43 AM Mon 31 Oct 2011
With US Olympic Trials currently underway, Team Maclaren today experienced an exhilarating victory when they wrapped up the series 4-0 over Team Tulloch after two windy races. We have qualified for the second trials in May in Weymouth UK, the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships, and the first three of the 2012 ISAF World Cup events. ...[more]

Ahead of Perth 2011-Kovalenko says key to Olympic success is the Big C By Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team, 10:46 AM Mon 31 Oct 2011
‘I am not a medal maker, the sailors are the medal-makers’ says Australian sailing super coach Victor Kovalenko who has coached thirteen 470 World Championship titles winners and eight 470 Olympic-medal winning crews. ...[more]

Perth 2011 – Can they knock off Big Ben? By Rob Kothe, 9:35 AM Fri 28 Oct 2011
Sailings Superstar British sailor Ben Ainslie, the only sailor ever to be crowned ISAF World Sailor of the Year three times (1998, 2002 & 2008), will be 35 years old by the 2012 London Olympics. He will be sailing at his fifth Olympic Games, aiming to win another gold medal, perhaps weighed down by the British public expectations media demands with three gold medals and one silver round his ne ...[more]

U.S. Olympic Team Qualifying Regatta - Tie at the top after day 2 By Dana Paxton, 9:30 AM Fri 28 Oct 2011
The U.S. Olympic Team Qualifying Regatta is currently underway in Key Biscayne, Florida and with two round robins near completion, three teams have risen to the top of the overall standings with a mere four matches dropped among them. Anna Tunnicliffe’s and Genny Tulloch’s teams are tied at the top with ten wins, one loss, while Sally Barkow’s team is close behind ...[more]

Perth 2011 – a big U.S. team and a watershed for U.S. Olympic sailing By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 6:43 AM Mon 24 Oct 2011
Since sailing first joined the Olympic program in 1908 the most successful sailing nation has been the United States of America, with 59 medals. At the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics the U.S. led the field with seven sailing medals, while Great Britain took home just one bronze. ...[more]

U.S. Olympic Team Qualifying Regatta preview By Dana Paxton, 6:36 PM Fri 21 Oct 2011
U.S. Olympic Team Qualifying Regatta - On October 26 the nation’s top Olympic hopefuls in Women’s Match Racing will begin competition in Miami, Fla. Organized by US Sailing, the national governing body for the sport, the Olympic Sailing Committee (OSC) and Key Biscayne Yacht Club, the ISAF Grade 3 event is scheduled for Oct. 26-30 ...[more]

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