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A busy time at present in Olympic sailing with the Laser Radials mid-way into their World Championship up in Largs and the 470 classes holding theirs in the Hague, Holland.
Much Grand Prix dinghy activity on both sides of the Channel at the moment...
If ever there was a demonstration of why there should be a catamaran in the Olympic Games – this week 159 F18s are in France competing at their Worlds Championship (almost the same size as la
A side-effect of the Olympics coming to the UK in 2012 is that more Olympic classes are holding regattas here and so this week the Laser Radial World Championship fires up in Largs.
Britain has yet to bring the America’s Cup back these shores, but in the meantime another initiative has been put in motion to provide UK sailors with a much improved chance of winning anothe
We suppose that with Torbjorn Tornqvist, who runs one of Russia’s largest oil exporting companies, involved with the America’s Cup it should come as no surprise that GazProm, Russia&rsq
In part two of our report on North’s new wunter-product 3Di, we get the low down on how it is to use in the field and how North believe it is set to revolutionise other areas of composite con
BMW Oracle Racing/GGYC has released the draft version the Protocol document defining the major elements of the 34th America’s Cup.
In our interview with Paul Cayard, the Artemis skipper and WSTA Chairman chews the cud with us and talks of a possible America’s Cup in Europe in 2013 (not 2014).
The leaders in the Royal Western YC’s doublehanded Shetlands Round Britain & Ireland Race set sail from Lowestoft this evening on the final leg to Plymouth, with Marco Nannini and Paul Pe