• Nominees shortlisted prior to 12 November presentation
  • This Rolex-sponsored Royal Malta YC organised event is attracting an international entry
  • Fastest on the planet | 01/10/2002
    In Paris the Maiden 2 crew receive the trophy for the EDS 24 hour multihull world speed record
  • Karen Hodges - home | 01/10/2002
    The Ellen accolyte from Milton Keynes completes her voyage round Britain in the wake of Iduna
  • RORC Awards | 01/10/2002
    Boat of the Year Trophy goes across the Channel
  • Pipped at the post | 29/09/2002
    A dramatic finish sees an American winner in the Snipe Worlds in Long Beach
  • Boston farewell party | 28/09/2002
    With leg two of the Challenge Transat heading off from Boston tomorrow
  • Fight for third | 28/09/2002
    Can Emma Richards get her Pindar past Patrick de Radigues to pull off a podium place?
  • Big day for Brazil | 28/09/2002
    Paradeda and Fernandez lead Snipes at Western Hemisphere and Orient Championship, Long Beach
  • Leg One to Stamm | 26/09/2002
    Swiss Open 60 sailor Bernard Stamm has taken the first leg of Around Alone
  • illbruck's Glenn Bourke takes over from Helge Alten
  • Golding's fitness regime | 25/09/2002
    The Ecover skipper gets in training for Route du Rhum
  • Blistering run | 24/09/2002
    Yesterday Thierry Dubois' Solidaires notched up more than 400 miles
  • Blistering run | 24/09/2002
    Around Alone leaders make hay in front of a depression but headwinds await them en route to Brixham
  • Sill intercepts | 24/09/2002
    Roland Jourdain goes to the result of the stricken Bonduelle
  • 50 knot barrier? | 24/09/2002
    Macquarie Innovation go on standby for another attempt at the world speed record over 500m
  • Formula 1 sail the Hobart | 23/09/2002
    Aboard a Sydney 60
  • Wall Street Journal | 23/09/2002
    Clipper Ventures announce another major new partnership
  • Slow ride to Brixham | 23/09/2002
    After the crash and burn of the weekend the leaders are now feeling the effects of the high pressure over the British Isles
  • More trimaran carnage | 23/09/2002
    But this time it is not mast-related