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Smith Family kids sail in Sydney Harbour Regatta By Nicole Brown/Sail-World Cruising, 4:28 PM Sat 5 Mar 2011
There's nothing like a day sailing to blow away the cobwebs and give you a new perspective on life, and that was the idea behind the Smith Family's Learning for Life program last week when they took a bunch of young people sailing on Sydney Harbour. ...[more]

Southampton take British Universities Match Racing Champs at Cowes By Nigel Vick, Cowes , 5:19 PM Mon 26 Apr 2010
Andy Shaw of Southampton University won the British Universities Match Racing Championships sailed at the Island Sailing Club Cowes, this weekend April 23-25, in Sonar Keelboats. ...[more]

A heart stopping heartbreaking day in SL-16s 29ers By Rich Roberts, 3:31 PM Tue 22 Jan 2008
As a day of rainbows, rain squalls and sailing through a full range of emotions in chilly 55-degree breeze ground down to dusk Monday, Andrew Mason said to himself---but not to crew Chris Segerblom, 'There goes our trip to Denmark.' 2008 US Sailing ISAF Youth World Qualifier & US Youth Multihull Championship ...[more]

Tickets to Denmark looking tight at the start By Rich Roberts, Long Beach, Calif. , 4:15 PM Sun 20 Jan 2008
The game is on for 84 sailors trying to get to Denmark by way of Long Beach. After the first of three days of the 2008 US Sailing ISAF Youth World Qualifier and US Youth Multihull Championship at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club Saturday the only clear leaders are Emily Dellenbaugh of Elton, Conn., and crew Morgane Renoir, San Diego, both 17, in the girls' 29er class. ...[more]

Final results from Australian Youth Championship By Lara Watts, 10:03 PM Thu 10 Jan 2008
The final day of racing at the OAMPS Insurance Brokers Australian Youth Championship 2008 was abandoned today due to lack of wind. Performances from nine races completed over the last three days have made up the final results. ...[more]

OAMPS Insurance Brokers Aust Youth Champs Day 3 By Lara Watts, 6:55 PM Wed 9 Jan 2008
David Gilmour, son of World Match Racing Champion Peter Gilmour, along with crew member Andres Noe continued their lead in the 420 Boys class. ...[more]

Manly Junior National Championships Day 6 report By Mark Willson, 9:15 AM Tue 8 Jan 2008
In the Open Fleet before the beginning the day the top three boats were separated by nine points, but by the end of the race these same boats were separated by only two points! ...[more]

Optimistic………………… you bet!! By Media Services, 6:22 AM Tue 8 Jan 2008
The 2008 OziOpti Australian and Open Optimist Championships get underway at Frankston Yacht Club today with entries from every Australian state and eight countries reflecting the continued growth of this international junior class in Australia. ...[more]

Victorian’s set sail at Australian Youth Champions By Lara Watts, Yachting Australia , 1:56 PM Thu 6 Dec 2007
Victorian youth sailors are set to sail at the 11th OAMPS Insurance Brokers Australian Youth Championship 2008 to be held from 6 – 10 January, 2008 at Frankston Yacht Club, Victoria. ...[more]

Splash Worlds, Kiwis 4th in Open, win Womens title By Sail-World, 8:49 AM Mon 30 Jul 2007
New Zealand’s Scott Fyfe has finished fourth overall in the World Splash Championships in Split Croatia, and was the best performed New Zealander in the Open Fleet. The World title was won by Blair Tuke (NZL) in 2006. ...[more]

Latest from Splash Worlds in Split, Croatia By Mat Evans, Split. Croatia , 7:59 PM Mon 23 Jul 2007
Mat Evans reports on the build-up to the Splash Worlds in Split, Croatia: 'Today, Sunday the team will start the regatta with the practice race. We have 40 plus degrees and it has been absolutely innervating. The sailors will stay in their accomodation for as long as they can to stay cool' ...[more]

NZ Youth 29ers at US Nationals By Christine Hansen, Santa Cruz, Calif , 5:29 PM Sun 8 Jul 2007
2007 NZL Yachting Trust Youth team 29er sailors Paul Snow-Hansen and Blair Tuke, and Emma and Sarah Berry are competing in the US 29er Nationals at Santa Cruz in California. ...[more]

RS:X International Youth and Under 21 Championship By Ben Barger, RS:X Media, USA , 10:08 AM Wed 20 Jun 2007
With the successful conclusion of the 2007 of RS:X European Championship, our thoughts now turn to the upcoming inaugural RS:X Youth World Championship in Sopot, Poland which will take place between July 27th and August 5th ...[more]

Matrix Australian Schools Team Racing Championship By Danielle McKay, Sandy Bay, Tasmania , 4:01 AM Sun 17 Jun 2007
The Sandy Bay Sailing Club in conjunction with the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania will host this year's Matrix Australian Schools Team Racing Championship. ...[more]

Yachting Australia's Training and Talent ID Camp By Lara Watts, Yachting Australia , 8:47 AM Thu 14 Jun 2007
Yachting Australia’s Queensland State High Performance Coach, Adrian Finglas conducted a Training and Talent Sailing Camp at Townsville Yacht Club from the 2nd – 3rd June, 2007. ...[more]

2007 GPS Team Racing Championships By Drew HuttonSmith, 3:58 PM Mon 26 Mar 2007
On Saturday 24th March, teams from The Southport School, Brisbane Grammar School, Anglican Church Grammar School and Brisbane Boys College came together on the Gold Coast Broadwater to contest the 2007 Great Public Schools Team Racing Championships. ...[more]

New sailors for Youth Development Sailing Team By Marni Lane, Portsmouth, R.I. , 7:14 AM Fri 16 Mar 2007
US SAILING, national governing body for the sport, has chosen six talented sailors to the US Elite Youth Development Sailing Team, which was created this year. These young athletes – all under 21 years old -- have been identified as future Olympian prospects in the Laser and Laser Radial classes. This year, three Laser Full Rig sailors and three Laser Radial sailors have been selected from a pool of over 60 candidates. ...[more]

Medals awarded - Australian Youth Olympic Festival By Sam Crichton, 9:48 PM Sat 20 Jan 2007
After some tough competition on the water over three days, Great Britain (GBR) won the gold, the Australian team from Western Australia the silver and New Zealand took the bronze. ...[more]

Youth sailors vying for top positions By Sam Crichton, 7:23 PM Fri 19 Jan 2007
After 70 races New Zealand is currently in first place with Great Britain, New South and Western Australia all in equal second place. Carl Evans (NZL), the current 420 World Champion, was ecstatic about his team’s jump from third to first place. ...[more]

2007 U.S. Youth Championship applications open By US Sailing/ Marlieke de Lange Eaton, 4:36 AM Fri 19 Jan 2007
The event, sponsored by Vanguard Sailboats and Nautica, will be held in Lasers, Laser Radials, Club 420s, and 29ers at Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans, LA, from June 22 to 28. Applications for the event will be accepted until March 15, 2007. ...[more]

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