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Athens shares Olympic lessons By Courtesy ISAF, 8:40 AM Thu 4 Nov 2004
Three days of briefing meetings organised by the IOC were successfully concluded in Beijing today, where Athens organisers have been sharing the lessons of their successful summer. ...[more]

Voting closed for ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year By Courtesy ISAF, 8:39 AM Fri 29 Oct 2004
Voting to decide the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year closed on 25 October at 17.00 UTC. ...[more]

Yachting Australia High Performance review By Courtesy Yachting Australia, 7:22 AM Sat 2 Oct 2004
As part of the Olympic four-year cycle, Yachting Australia is currently undertaking a review of the High Performance Programs. ...[more]

The President speaks - Olympics and no throw out By Courtesy ISAF, 7:29 AM Thu 16 Sep 2004
Sailing excellence is not like some other sports where The Olympic Games are at the top of the pyramid. ...[more]

ISAF official Olympic film By Courtesy ISAF, 7:22 AM Wed 8 Sep 2004
Available on DVD in PAL or NTSC format, the ISAF Official Film will present the ‘Olympic Story’ of the eleven sailing events contested in Athens. ...[more]

Channel 7’s lack of Olympic sailing coverage By Di Pearson, Sydney , 8:08 AM Mon 6 Sep 2004
Thank you to all those who responded to my article re the lack of sailing coverage by Channel 7 at the Olympic Games in Athens. ...[more]

The 2004 Olympic Games – the Forbes perspective By John Forbes - Tornado Olympic sailor, 7:52 AM Mon 6 Sep 2004
A typical Olympic campaign is based over a four-year program totalling 1,460 days (four years x 365 days). ...[more]

Aussie Olympic dreams shattered By Di Pearson, 9:51 AM Sun 5 Sep 2004
Yachting Australia Olympic Head Coach and 470 coach, Victor Kovalenko said yesterday that the Australian Olympic sailing team in Athens was under funded, contributing greatly to our lack of medals. ...[more]

Channel 7’s Olympic coverage By Di Pearson, Sydney , 8:10 AM Fri 3 Sep 2004
Now the Games are over and those of you who are sailors must be wondering if sailing is an Olympic sport? ...[more]

China venue threatens to take wind out of Olympic sails By Edward Gorman, Times-online , 6:09 AM Fri 3 Sep 2004
The main problem with the venue — and this may sound ludicrous — is that it suffers from very high humidity and a chronic lack of wind during the month of August when the Chinese Games will be staged. ...[more]

Aussie Olympic sailors cheered home By Di Pearson, Sydney , 8:20 AM Thu 2 Sep 2004
Most of the Australian Olympic team returned home yesterday to much fanfare from the thousands of family, friends and supporters who gathered at the Qantas base yesterday to cheer their heroes home. ...[more]

American Olympic Sailing worst performance since World War II By Bill Center, San Diego Union Tribune , 4:27 PM Wed 1 Sep 2004
Two medals in 11 classes equals the worst performance by American sailors in the Olympics since World War II. As recently as a dozen years ago, American sailors claimed a record nine medals in Spain. ...[more]

Olympic results with and without discard By Courtesy Scuttlebutteurope, 7:30 AM Tue 31 Aug 2004
Earlier this year ISAF President Paul Henderson caused a lot of consternation by stating there would be no discard in the Olympics. ...[more]

Sailing reaps benefits of winning culture By Simon Barnes, Times-online.uk.co , 6:55 AM Tue 31 Aug 2004
Britain’s sailors are the most successful British team at these Games, with two golds, one silver and two bronzes. ...[more]

Olympics: Australia (sob) empty handed By Bob Ross, Athens , 4:01 AM Mon 30 Aug 2004
Australia ended the 2004 Olympics without any medals in sailing, for the first time since Pusan, Korea, in 1988. ...[more]

Australia's Head Coach speaks out By Victor Kovelenko, 1:33 PM Mon 30 Aug 2004
At the conclusion of the Olympic Sailing Regatta in Athens, Australia's Head Coach reflects on the performance of the Australian sailors. ...[more]

Olympic Results:Tornado's Final Results By Sail-World, 3:31 AM Sun 29 Aug 2004
Austrian's Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher, duplicated their Sydney win, second was USA then Argentina. Australian's Darren Bundock and John Forbes were sixth. ...[more]

Victor Kovalenko: ‘It’s a big pain’ By Bob Ross, Athens , 2:42 AM Sun 29 Aug 2004
Australia’s Olympic sailing team will return home humbled, empty handed of medals but with a resolve to dig in and repair the damaged reputation at Beijing 2008. ...[more]

Olympics:Star Final Results By Sail-World, 2:25 AM Sun 29 Aug 2004
Brazilian Torben Grael won Gold from Canada and France. Australian's Colin Beashel and David Giles were 15th overall. ...[more]

Olympics: The weather? Toss a coin By Bob Ross, Athens , 7:02 PM Sat 28 Aug 2004
A good Meltemi land breeze was blowing this morning, three hours before the last races in the Star and Tornado classes at the Agios Kosmas sailing centre this morning. ...[more]

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