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Leave Dennis alone! By Capt Marty Rijkuris, Asian Yachting, 8:10 AM Thu 12 Aug 2004
I believe the Dennis Conner bashing thread last week as he raced in the 2004 Etchells World Championship is dead. ...[more]

McNeill and crew win Etchells World Championship By Di Pearson, Mooloolaba , 8:31 AM Mon 9 Aug 2004
Australia’s Peter McNeill and his crew of Paul Turner and Greg Torpy sailing Tom Pepper XVIII, this afternoon finished fourth in the final Race 8 of the ACE Etchells World Championship at Mooloolaba to win the World title fifteen points clear of their second placed long time rivals, Cameron Miles and crew from Pittwater and third placed Mornington, Victoria sailor Glenn Collings. The story from Saturday afternoon. ...[more]

Peter McNeill new Etchells World Champion By Peter Campbell, 6:50 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Lake Macquarie yachtsman Peter McNeill today became the seventh Australian to win the prestigious Etchells World Championship when he outsailed a star-studded international fleet of 85 boats off Mooloolaba on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. ...[more]

Aussie battler wins Etchells Worlds By Ian Grant, 5:26 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
There was a special moment of triumph at the Mooloolaba Yacht Club Marina this afternoon when Lake Macquarie sail maker Peter McNeill cast his little Aussie battler image after helming Tom Pepper XVll to win the ACE World Etchells championship. ...[more]

Provisional Results Etchells World 2004 By Rob Kothe, 3:47 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
1. Peter McNeill Tom Pepper XVIII, 2. Cameron Miles Pacesetter, 3. Julian Plante, Odessey 4. Dennis Conner Menace ...full provisonal results follow ...[more]

ACE Etchells Worlds Race 8 Results By The Sail-World Team, 3:37 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Hong Kong sailor Mark Thornburrow and his crew saved their best to last, easily winning the final race in the 2004 Etchells Worlds. Nitro Noel Drennan was second ahead of New Zealnder America's Cup sailor Cameron Appleton. Overall series winner Peter McNeill and his Tom Pepper XVIII sailed hard early, but then eased to ensure they were not flagged, finishing fourth. ...[more]

McNeil on last run towards Etchells World’s title 2004 By Rob Kothe, 2:30 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Australian Peter McNeil is on his way to victory. Third on the water in the eighth and final race in the 2004 Etchells World’s has had a dream race this afternoon. ...[more]

Etchells Race 8 McNeill third, but trouble in camp By Al Constable, 1:36 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Fifteen OCS’s and three red flags could deliver podium upsets today as the final race in the Etchells World’s is underway off Mooloolaba Queensland. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds fleet waiting to start final race in 2004 titles By Rob Kothe, 12:37 PM Sat 7 Aug 2004
A light easterly at five knots is blowing off Point Cartwright, where 84 boats are waiting for the start of Race 8, the final race in the 2004 World Championships. ...[more]

International Jury reverses decision to abandon Race 7 of Etchells Worlds – last race today By Peter Campbell, 10:23 AM Sat 7 Aug 2004
The International Jury at the ACE Etchells World Championship 2004 this morning reinstated Race 7 of the regatta, reversing its decision of last night to abandon the race and order a resale today. ...[more]

It's on again at the Etchells Worlds! By Di Pearson, Mooloolaba , 10:00 AM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Competitors had a long day on the water yesterday in what should have been a simple Etchells World Championship race, but went awry for a variety of reasons and ended up in the protest room, culminating in confusions for all and this morning’s decision by the International Jury headed by Ronnie McCracken which read: ...[more]

Race Seven Re-instated at Etchells Worlds By Rob Kothe, 9:30 AM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Last night, the International Jury, sitting at the Mooloolaba Etchells Worlds decided Race Seven, which started three minutes after the Championship Rules four-hour time limit before sunset was invalid.Now there has been another reversal. ...[more]

The Jury rules on the Gunfight at OK Corral By Rob Kothe, 8:00 AM Sat 7 Aug 2004
More time for Jury than the sailors, the Etchells Worlds at Mooloolaba becomes a nightmare of protests-counter protests ...[more]

Angry Flags fly at Etchells World: Race Seven blown By Ian 'Stripey' Grant, 8:45 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Shortly after 2000 hours the International Jury handed down the decision in support of the Race Committee and also declared race seven won by Queensland’s Mark Bradford as an invalid race because it had not started within the 4 hours prior to sun set. ...[more]

McNeill holds on – Miles gives chase – Bradford wins Race 7 By Di Pearson, Mooloolaba , 5:53 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Pittwater sailor Cameron Miles woke up a happier man this morning after the International Jury, headed by Ronnie McCracken found: ‘The Race Committee have erred in scoring AUS 509 as OCS as there was sufficient doubt from the evidence presented’, in relation to yesterday’s Race 6 of the Etchells World Championship in Mooloolaba. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds Results Race 7 By Sail-World, 5:49 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
A tale of three cities as Brisbane's Mark Bradford, beat Melbourne's John Savage with Sydney-sider Julian Plante in third place in race seven today. ...[more]

Etchell Worlds Provisional Progressive Results before final race By Sail-World Team, 5:33 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Match racing tomorrow with the World title up for grabs in the final race. Progressive results here. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds on knife edge By Peter Campbell, 5:31 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Just two points separate the two leading helmsmen, Peter McNeill and Cameron Miles, going into tomorrow’s eighth and final race of the ACE Etchells World Championship 2004 being sailed off Mooloolaba on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds down to the wire By The Sail-World Team, 5:19 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Brisbane sailmaker Mark Bradford wins late finishing race 7 at the ACE Etchells Worlds this afternoon. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds Race Seven abandoned after wind shift – preparing for resail By Peter Campbell, 11:39 AM Fri 6 Aug 2004
PRO Arthur Hodge abandoned race seven this morning after a 45-degree wind shift on first run. ...[more]

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