• More silverware | 17/07/2003
    Prior to the start of the CYCA's Gold Coast Race
  • Division winners | 17/07/2003
    Rich Roberts brings us his latest report from the Transpac
  • Brief respite | 17/07/2003
    As wind temporarily frees up for Calais Round Britain Open 60s
  • Aussies consolidate | 16/07/2003
    After long inshore race of Admiral's Cup
  • Headwinds round Britain | 16/07/2003
    The latest from the Calais Round Britain race
  • Thursday night at the Squadron - the biggest night of the Cup - and all in the aid of Sailability
  • Final run | 16/07/2003
    Clipper fleet expected in Salvador by the weekend
  • Winners and winners | 16/07/2003
    Transpac 52s and disabled sailors reach Hawaii in Rich Roberts' latest installment of news from Hawaii
  • More success for Bubb | 15/07/2003
    From Mini-class' Demi-Cle race down the French coast
  • En route to Spain | 15/07/2003
    Royal Southampton YC's double handed long distance race to Santander now mid-way
  • Australia moves ahead | 15/07/2003
    After short offshore race of the Admiral's Cup
  • Sill into the lead | 15/07/2003
    Race favourite pulls ahead as Open 60s struggle across Irish Sea
  • New York holds 50 miles lead still in round the world race
  • Rudi rocks | 15/07/2003
    In Transpac battle of the navigators as Pegasus is first big boat to finish, reports Rich Roberts
  • Into the Irish Sea | 15/07/2003
    Progress slows as Round Britain fleet harden up
  • Australians flying | 14/07/2003
    At start of Admiral's Cup short offshore race PLUS photos by Richard Langdon of the boats rounding Old Harry
  • Andrews 77 wins line honours in Lands End Chicago-Mackinac freshwater race
  • PRB hangs in there | 14/07/2003
    As boats perhaps for an afternoon of tricky sailing awaiting the shift to the northwest in the Calais Round Britain Race
  • Brazil bound | 14/07/2003
    Clipper round the world race boat pass latitude of Salvador
  • First arrivals | 14/07/2003
    Rich Roberts on the first Transpac arrivals to Hawaii, while Kahn's Pegasus looks the likely winner