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Quantum Racing have managed to keep their unbeaten record intact and increase their overall lead.
Scarlet Runner’s Rob Date gives his immediate post-race impressions on the South Atlantic race.
Three States hotly contested the national championship held at Lake Macquarie.
It’s been a challenging 24 hours on the approach to Vitiaz Strait as the fickle winds continue.
The multihull division opened the week-long event with nine boats out on the water.
Only dinner is a formal affair on board Perie Banou II, otherwise it’s every man for himself.
The weather gods smiled on both the inshore and offshore fleets competing in last weekend’s Surf to City.
He won the start, won the race and won the regatta; the winner talks a little about the regatta.
Emirates Team New Zealand will return to compete in the Extreme Sailing Series for 2014.
Quantum Racing, steered by team owner Doug DeVos, won both of the 2014 season’s first races.
The Olympic skiff divisions are likely to see stiff competition within the world-class fleet.
The pressure is building ahead of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Miami.
KTA Indonesia starts next week with a weekend of coaching clinics ahead of the competition.
Matt Owen and Andrew Reed revelled in the strong winds to take the tile with a race to spare.
The Gotta Love It 7 crew gave a brilliant exhibition in the 14-16-knot wind to dominate Race 2.
A clash in dates with the FW Class has forced a change in the Korea event dates.
Sail Brisbane returns to the sailing calendar this year ith expanded venues.
The 505 class will join in the racing at this year’s Sail Paradise on the Gold Coast.
Sam Newton compares the best of both worlds,; 18 foooters and America’s Cup catamarans.
NZL Sailing Team and its best best up-and-comers will battle it out in an international fleet.