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It was a day of high-drama out on Waterloo Bay, as day two of the 2015 18ft Skiff Australian Championships got underway.

7 on a roll again

The Australian 18 Footers League today took to pristine Waterloo Bay, Manly, to contest the 2015 18ft Skiff Australian Championship.

Foiling Week 2015

Following the inaugural event held on Lake Garda last July, the Foiling Week 2015 will this time consolidate itself in one location, held over five consecutive days - from Wednesday, 1 July until S

Red Bull chooses the Flying Phantom

The Flying Phantom has been chosen by Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher as the vehicle of choice for the Red Bull Foiling Generation 2015.

Zarif and Anosov again

Miami once again delivered a beautiful tropical day with 14 knots out of the ESE for Star sailors competing on day two of the 88th Bacardi Cup.

£23,000 donation

Iain Percy, Trustee of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, flew in from his Artemis America’s Cup team base in San Francisco to attend the annual RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show and to present a ch

Stars of the future

The talents of the UK’s most promising young sailors, windsurfers and powerboaters were celebrated today as the winners of the RYA Regional Youth Champion Awards were revealed at the RYA Suzu

New Canadian C-Class challenger

With the next Little America's Cup set to be held on Lake Geneva this September a new project has emerged from Montreal.  </div>

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Hamlin picks up third

Gotta Love It 7’s team of Seve Jarvin, Sam Newton and Scott Babbage officially became the 2015 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff champions after the regatta concluded on Sydney Harbour today.

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