Dinghy

Three bullets for Bryony Shaw

Racing at the Sail for Gold Regatta 2014 got underway today as a south-westerly 8-12 knots greeted the sailors competing at this third stage of the EUROSAF Champions Sailing Cup in Weymouth and Por

Kotoun extends

Anthony Kotoun didn’t spend much time in the lead of the 11th Hour Cup’s racing fleet on Sunday, though you wouldn’t know it from the scores: the Virgin Islands native and longtim

Kotoun ahead

Unseasonably cold temperature and winds up to 15 knots welcomed the high-flying International Moth fleet to Narragansett Bay on Saturday for the inaugural 11th Hour Cup regatta, with long time Newp

Poland dominates the RS:Xes

The 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta came to a thrilling conclusion with all classes completing their series, including eight medal races.

Gold for Fletcher and Sign

On the fourth and penultimate day at the Delta Lloyd Regatta the schedules took a battering with very light wind and passing rain clouds causing all starts to be postponed from around 11.00 onwards

Two bullets for Pascoe

Glamour weather and tricky winds dominated the third day of racing at the Delta Lloyd Regatta.

Light winds disrupt schedule

An almost complete programme of races was completed on the second day of the Delta Lloyd Regatta, despite the best intentions of the fickle weather to disrupt proceedings.

Delta Lloyd Regatta sets sail

Competitors at the 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta are very happy that summer has arrived in Medemblik in time for the regatta, in contrast to last year's cold and wintry conditions.

Ainslie Mk2 in the making

Congratulations to Giles Scott for his Ainslie-style demolition of his competition at the Finn Europeans

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