• Dragon winner | 22/01/2004
    New Borresen goes to solicitor from Burnham
  • Brit sailor at Geelong | 22/01/2004
    Among the competition will be Ian May's team from the UK
  • How to win a yacht race | 22/01/2004
    TheDailySail's Andy Nicholson recounts a good day in the Farr 40s at Key West
  • Tasman two hander | 22/01/2004
    One of the southern hemisphere's few shorthanded races kicks off 1 May
  • Fighting back from last | 22/01/2004
    Fi Brown reports on today's extraordinary performance of Kahn the younger
  • Leaders emerge | 21/01/2004
    Rich Roberts reports midway through Terra Nova Trading Key West Race Week
  • News from the Skandia-sponsored event down under
  • Chasing puffs in Key West | 21/01/2004
    TheDailySail's Andy Nicholson sailing on Bambaku reports on the past two days of action in the Farr 40 class
  • Shark attack | 21/01/2004
    Fi Brown watches the Melges 24 action at Key West Race Week
  • Intrigue walks it | 20/01/2004
    A report from the Kata Group Andaman Sea Rally
  • Age discrepancy | 20/01/2004
    Winners range from 14 to 70 during day two of Key West Race Week PLUS photos by Rick Tomlinson
  • Early leaders | 20/01/2004
    Rich Roberts reports from the first day of racing at Terra Nova Trading Key West Race Week
  • Key West fatality | 19/01/2004
    J/24 crew suffers heart attack
  • From Perth John Roberson reports on the Shell-backed Warren Jones Youth match racing regatta
  • Winners return | 19/01/2004
    Rich Roberts looks at the form leading into day one of Terra Nova Key West race week
  • This Saturday sees the start of Skandia Geelong Race Week
  • Frosty conditions | 19/01/2004
    For round two of the Royal Southampton Yacht Club's present series
  • Rogers takes Dragon event | 18/01/2004
    Peter Campbell reports from the prestigeous Prince Philip Cup in Sydney
  • Selection format decided | 18/01/2004
    Teams from Scotland and Wales to form part of UK team for Rolex Commodores' Cup
  • New manager | 17/01/2004
    Ian Simkins joins North Sails (UK)