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Day of revelation - 13 September

While we were expecting an announcement about the Protocol for the 34th America’s Cup yesterday, this has now be

World championship week

A busy week lies ahead in Olympic sailing with the Finn Gold Cup underway in San Francisco, the

Canaan - the destroyer

Lighter winds, flat water and a little more confidence saw the Canadian defenders Fred Eaton and Magnus Clarke, win yesterday’s three races at the

Little America's Cup sets sail

The first three races of the Little America’s Cup yesterday turned into a two horse race betw

Bravo Sidney

A big hand for Sidney Gavignet who has established his singlehanded offshore credentials in setting a

Dramatic start to Sevenstar Round Britain & Ireland Race

There’s a lot of breeze around at the moment – the Sevenstar Round Britain & Ireland Race set sail yesterday in winds gusting over 30 knots (see Rick Tomlinson’s gallery), fol

Victory at last for Ireland

Congratulations on the immaculate Irish team for finally winning the Rolex Commodores’ Cup after a breezy, broach-ridden final day on the water on Saturday.

Armel le Cleac'h back in the Figaro driving seat

Congratulations to Armel Le Cleac’h on his second Solitaire du Figaro win.

80 Moths at the Europeans in Switzerland

With the Rolex Commodores’ Cup offshore race due back into the Solent today, so overnight the Hong Kong, GBR Red and France Blue teams have done well, closing in on the Irish who remain first

Rolex Commodores' Cup underway

Skandia Sail for Gold may not have produced the giant medal haul that Team GBR were hoping for, however it produced a week of most challenging sailing and some outstanding winners such as Tom Sling


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