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Mini Transat 2013: Australian Katrina Ham glad to be underway!

Among the Mini Transat racers is Australian Katrina Ham, who was relieved to be finally underway, although concerned about the sea state and forecast.

Mini Transat: Australian Katrina Ham still racing as fleet struggle

The start of the Mini Transat had lots of twists and turns, dramas and successes, but Australian Katrina Ham is holding in there as others withdraw.

Mini Transat: finally away on tough race

The 84 boat fleet are finally away in strong winds with plenty of action on the start and a few collisions.

Windsurfing: Siver snatches victory from Seadi after epic day

The wind and wave Gods were shining over Ho’okipa Beach Park on the fifth day of the JP Aloha Classic as the PWA single elimination was completed.

Kiteboarding: 2013/14 season to kick-start in Thailand

There has been a delay in getting the 13/14 season information out as there have been one or two forced changes from the pre-schedule.

Transat Jacques Vabre: Multi 50s strong line-up

It’s probably the best Multi 50 line up yet lined up in Le Havre, primed and ready to take on the 11th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre

Pittwater to Coffs Race: satellite phones instead of HF accepted

Club Marine Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Race 2014 entrants will be allowed to compete carrying a satellite phone as an alternative to HF radio.

Yachting Australia: adopts Governance Plan in line with best practice

The recent AGM of Yachting Australia saw it take further steps to implement it's own Governance Action Plan in line with Australian Sports Commission recommendations.

Coastal Classic: sailors enjoyed upwind conditions

For the 151 starters in this year's race, it was an upwind battle for the first ten hours or so with some taking more than 24 hours to reach their goal.

Mini-Transat: finally the race is on

The weather is finally going to allow the fleet of 84 Minis to leave the shores of Brittany, but the winds will still make the going tough.