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Thursday January 1 1970 Author: Location: none selected

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

Last opportunities in Weymouth

The penultimate day of racing is underway at Skandia Sail for Gold where Australian Tom Slingsby is once again dominating the Laser while British no3 Giles Scott yesterday took the lead in the Finn

2012 warm-up

Skandia Sail for Gold may be the final event in the 2010 ISAF Sailing World Cup, but many are also looking at how it is set to stack up as the venue for sailing at the 2012 Olympic Games – no

Olympic stars in Weymouth

Firstly - apologies for yesterday’s outage caused by a database problem and many thanks to Slipstream Studio for resolving it.

Coutts in Cowes

Firstly - apologies for Monday’s outage caused by a database problem and many thanks to Slipstream Studio.

Wing Moth!

Congratulations to Adam May for creating what is officially the world’s coolest boat – not just a foiling Moth (very 2007) but one fitted with solid wingsail, in fact possibly the first

Solent - the centre of the universe

In addition to Cowes Week, the Extreme 40s have been competing on their normal short course racing the Solent since the weekend.


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