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Clipper Race: Jamica, Get All Right first to cross Equator

There have been celebrations on board Jamaica Get All Right as they came out of Stealth Mode and crossed the Equator.

Australian Youth Match Racing Championship: Gilmour continues dominance

Sam Gilmour remains on top the leader board the Australian Youth Match Racing Championship after the completion of Round Robin 3.

Rolex Big Boat Series 2013: a well-played day

A one-hour postponement ashore, followed by another one waiting on the Bay, neither dashed spirits nor inhibited competition at the Rolex Big Boat Series.

49er and 49erFX World Championships: competition is heating up

Competition is heating up at the 2013 49er and 49erFX World Championships, with crews battling for positions in the top 10 ahead of Sunday’s finals

MINI Kitesurf Tour Scheveningen 2013: not enough wind

At the Mini Kitesurf Tour in Scheveningen, with not enough wind for tricks, the racers sat down to discuss the future of Kitesurfing.

PWA World Cup: sailors ready for epic SYLT event

The inaugural day of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup saw the crowds begin to build as thousands of people gather at the event site.

Clipper Race: leaderboard shaken up as some teams escape doldrums

The Clipper Race 2013 leaderboard is changing as some boat's speed increased as they head east while others are still struggling with the Doldrums.

Heaven Can Wait 2013: date change to November

The Heaven Can Wait Charity Regatta for 2013 will move from the October Long Weekend to the weekend of November 16/17, 2013, with

Rolex Big Boat Series 2013: strong beginnings

The Rolex Big Boat Series kicked off with two races in light to moderate breezes and a strong flood tide that kept 107 sailing teams in 10 classes working hard to outwit each other.

Women and Girls in Sailing: YA seeks applicants for Leadership Program

Yachting Australia is seeking 12 women applicants who have the potential, aspiration, and motivation to work in management roles in sailing in the future.