It was a very light, tricky opening day to the Seiko 49er & 49erFX World Championships in Marseille, not the kind of day where anyone could have expected a particular team to dominate the racin
The International C-Class Catamaran Championship succeeded in living up to its nickname of the ‘Little America’s Cup’ yesterday when on the opening day, racing was blighted, San F
The most 11th hour entry to the International C-Class Catamaran Championship has been that of John Downey’s Team Sentient Blue.
A warm, but overcast day on Falmouth’s Carrick Roads, 24 hours out from the start of the International C-Class Catamaran Championship (ICCCC), which kicks off with three fleet races, the firs
While Canadian Fred Eaton has won the last two International C-Class Catamaran Championships, favourite going into next week’s event in Falmouth is the Hydros Lombard Odier team from Switzerl
While the ‘big’ Little America’s Cup attempts to draw to a conclusion in San Francisco with scorn universally being poured on the maximum wind limit, the Little America’s Cu
Following winds of 20+ knots gusting to 25 blew New Zealand's David McDiarmid down the Ronstan Bridge to Bridge course Thursday evening and into a clear first place over countryman Alex Vallings in
The first rule of sailboat racing is "read the Sailing Instructions," because the boring details will tell important little things like don't just sail from upwind to downwind but go thro