• IMS workshop | 28/02/2002
    to be held in Newport, RI on 8 March
  • Shackleton award at SORC | 28/02/2002
    A&E Network to provide award and film screening at SORC next week.
  • Mascalzone buy new boat | 26/02/2002
    The Italian America's Cup team acquire one of Dennis Conner's ACC yachts
  • How's 'at | 25/02/2002
    GBR Challenge are bowled out
  • New Zealand take Youth Match Racing World Championships
  • Final fleet race | 17/02/2002
    International Regatta concludes with a spectacle off downtown Auckland
  • The inevitable | 16/02/2002
    Team New Zealand take the International Regatta 5-1, beating GBR Challenge today.
  • Nigel Cherrie reports on a day of light breeze matches from the Hauraki Gulf
  • Aucklandgate broadens | 14/02/2002
    Stars & Stripes' Bill Trenkle claims Sean Reeves also attempted to sell AC design secrets to his team
  • Central to the controversy former TNZ designer Laurie Davidson faces the press in Auckland
  • Winners return | 12/02/2002
    To campaign Congressional Cup match race in Long Beach in April
  • Gear failure dogs GBR | 11/02/2002
    Disappointing first day of International Regatta for GBR Challenge
  • Sean Reeves launches counter offensive with allegations over the Team New Zealand design details sold
  • Walker appointed Skipper | 09/02/2002
    Silver medallist to drive GBR 52 with the Andys Green and Beadsworth
  • Melges join Primo Cup | 08/02/2002
    Tomorrow sees the Melges 24 fleet joining the seven classes already racing in the Primo Cup this weekend
  • IRM orphaned at Cowes | 08/02/2002
    CCC opt to go with the numbers, compromising with a dual scoring system
  • Farr 40s head for the Med | 06/02/2002
    Lynsey Brotherton reports on a new Mediterranean circuit culminating in the Europeans
  • Commodore's Cup | 01/02/2002
    Strong interest from English crews as the trials format is announced
  • In addition to the regular yacht racing fraternity, Ford Cork Week is attracting several fleets of classic yachts
  • This time Victory Challenge's main players are celebrated in Sweden