NZL Sailing Team sets the pace in Laser Worlds...Georgia at Hamilton Island...Sailors report from Finns and World Match Racing Tour

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Sail-World New Zealand: 02 September 2010

Andrew Maloney,NZL 195541 gets off to a flying start in the 2010 Laser Worlds at Hayling  RS:X Class .
Welcome to Sail-World.com's New Zealand newsletter for 2 September 2010

The NZL Sailing Team continues to make a big foot print on the World Championship sailing circuit.

Currently the NZ National Team have four sailors in the top ten in the 2010 Laser Worlds at Hayling Island, England.

And two sailors in the top eight of the Mens fleet in the RS:X Worlds being sailed in Denmark

We're updating these results plus the Womens fleet in the RS:X Worlds and the Finn Worlds in San Francisco.

Stay tuned to www.sail-world.com for the latest updates as they happen.

Georgia Racing finished on the podium at Hamilton Island  .. .

In St Moritz, BlackMatch Racing have got back on song and were well placed in that event after the first day's racing. We have their report in this edition.

On Tuesday, the Protocol for the 34th America's Cup was not announced as promised, in its place came the announcement of a media conference at the BMW Oracle Racing base in Valencia on Monday 13 September, local time.

There it is promised that the Protocol will be announced and signed between the Defender and Challenger, and the boat will be named for the 34th Match expected to be held in 2014.

Junior Joshua,NZL 197247 - Laser World Championships  Paul Wyeth / RYA

The expectation from Rumour Control is that a 70ft multihull (catamaran) will be announced and that the circuit for 2011 will be staged using Extreme 40's and RC44's. Whether that proves to be the case is another matter, as is the appetite to compete on this circuit by the high profile existing America's Cup teams.

There is little point in speculating at this stage, but at Sail-World we will outline our view of the issues in the next day or so.

JP Tobin (NZL) 2010 RS:X Worlds, Denmark  RS:X Class .

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Giorgio - Finn Gold Cup  Robert Deaves

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Michael Bullot,NZL 192703 - Laser World Championships  Paul Wyeth / RYA

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Podium finish for Georgia in Hamilton Island Grand Prix IRC Division
Zoe Hawkins,
Moderate Hamilton Island conditions were close to ideal for the IRC52 Georgia, with the boat placing second in the Grand Prix IRC Division, and helping New Zealand take home the South Pacific Cup. Consistency was the name of the game for Georgia, helmed by Jim Farmer and Chris Meads, with tactical support from America's Cup veteran Chris Dickson.... [more]
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Finn Gold Cup: Day 3 started off as a hurry up and wait kind of day
Erik Simonson and David Wells,
Day 3 of the Finn World Championships in San Francisco Bay started off as a hurry up and wait kind of day. As the fleet made their way out to the course just off Marina Bay they were greeted by an unusual offshore breeze resulting in the AP postponement pennant going up. This is San Francisco however and it's just a matter of time before the sea breeze kicks in and that's just what it did.... [more]
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Dan Slater: Reporting from the Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco - Day 3
Dan Slater,
2000 and 2008 Olympian, Dan Slater, reports on Day 3 of racing in the 2010 Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco: Well not great news but I did have good starts. The breeze was late today so we were postponed for an hour then it came in quite quick to about 12knots and topped out at 16knots during the second race.... [more]
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Finn Gold Cup - A comfortable lead
Robert Deaves,
Ed Wright (GBR) has taken a comfortable lead at the 2010 Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco after another outstanding day. With the drop now coming into effect, Wright now has a 13 point lead with four more races to sail before Saturday's medal race.... [more]
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New Zealand marine industry: collaboration, expansion and branding OS
Jeni Bone,
Across ‘the ditch', as the Tasman Sea is affectionately known, the New Zealand marine industry is enjoying a period of growth, expansion and significant investment in infrastructure in four key regions. They are also reaping the benefits of a collaborative industry, government support, strong industry association and a training program that produces highly qualified and in demand apprentices.... [more]
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BlackMatch Racing: Reporting from St Moritz
BlackMatch Racing,
Current World Match Racing Champions, BlackMatch Racing, report from St Moritz, Switzerland: Today was the opening day of the 2010 St Moritz World Match Racing Tour Event and with four wins from our five races, it was a great start for BlackMatch Racing. This event is the 6th leg of the World Tour and really marks the business end of the season. Held on a lake 1800 meters above sea level and with... [more]
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Who's Who at U.S. Qualifying Series for NYYC Invitational Cup
Michael Levitt,
The New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup U.S. Qualifying Series, where 24 preeminent yacht clubs in America will compete, will be held in Newport, RI next week on Sept. 7-11. The top three U.S. teams from next week's event will join the top six teams from the 2009 Invitational Cup plus at least 10 other international teams, September 10-17, 2011 at the NYYC Invitational Cup presented by Rolex.... [more]
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NZL Sailing Team features strongly in top ten at Laser Worlds
Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ,
New Zealand continues to feature strongly among the leaders at the 2010 Laser World Championship on now at Hayling Island, Great Britain. Six races have been staged over three days with another four days remaining at this important Olympic class regatta. It was a rest day in the RS:X windsurfing class World Championships.... [more]
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Open 470 European Championships 2010 - A complicated day suits some
Luissa Smith,
Open 470 European Championships 2010 - It was a crazy, confusing day in Istanbul, yet somehow Gideon Kliger and Eran Sela emerged from their side of the men's qualifying with two first places.... [more]
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New 'double' World Record ratified for Oman Air Majan
WSSR Council,
The WSSR Council announces the ratification of a 'double' new World Record. Around Great Britain and Ireland double record to Oman Air Majan.... [more]
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Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race - John Merricks II home
Trish Jenkins,
Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race - At just before 2 a.m. this morning, The British Keelboat Academy's TP52, John Merricks II crossed the Royal Yacht Squadron Line to finish. The 14 young crew on board should have taken a bow, but instead they were organising packing up the boat and plan to be back competing in the RORC offshore race to Cherbourg on Friday.... [more]
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World Match Racing Tour St Moritz Match Race - Fierce start to day 1
MaxComm Communication,
The opening day of racing at the St. Moritz Match Race dawned bright but cold, with the surface of the lake covered in a thin layer of picturesque mist. So what would happen when Ainslie and Williams went head-to-head?... [more]
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Laser World Championships 2010 Day 3: Slingsby takes the top spot
Lindsay Bell,
Laser World Championships 2010 Day 3 - Australia's dual Laser world champion Tom Slingsby sailed to two impressive race wins in slightly stronger breezes today off Hayling Island, UK and moved four points clear at the top of the Laser World Championships points table after six of the eight scheduled Qualifying Races have been sailed.... [more]
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Dan Slater: Reporting from the Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco
Dan Slater,
2000 and 2008 Olympian, Dan Slater, reports on Day 1 and 2 of racing in the 2010 Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco: Well not the best start to a World Championships. I have had three out of four starts that have been really crap and on a one way track up the first beats for those 3 races its been all over as there are very little passing opportunities.. Today In the second race I had a good start... [more]
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Yachting NZ Briefings for 1 September 2010
Yachting NZ,
In this issue of Yachting NZ's Briefings: High Performance & International; Youth Sailing; Local Sailing; Admin, Safety & Training; What's On; Of Interest... [more]
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Finn Worlds Day 2 - Trujillo falters, Wright surges
David Wells,
Finn World Championships San Francisco Day 2. le Bretton out front as Trujillo falters and Wright surges. With fog lapping at the Golden Gate, and sunshine bathing the race course, race one got off in a light 4-6 not breeze that putting in to play the kinetics rule limiting downwind pumping.... [more]
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Finn Gold Cup - A Wright day
Robert Deaves,
Thomas Le Breton (FRA) takes the lead at the Finn Gold Cup in San Francisco after two third places on Tuesday. Zach Railey (USA) stays in second place while the day belonged to third overall Ed Wright (GBR) after dominating and winning both races.... [more]
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Laser Standard and Junior World Championships 2010 - Hayling Island
www.sail-world.com/uk,
Laser Standard and Junior World Championships 2010 - Leading up to the first qualifying races, competitors were welcomed by what's known to foreigners as 'typical' British weather.... [more]
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Yachtsman dies after yacht scaffolding fall
Sail-World Cruising,
You don't have to fall from the top of the mast to lose your life when working on your boat. A sailor from Lyttelton, just south of Christchurch in New Zealand has died from head injuries received when he fell from scaffolding while working on his yacht.... [more]
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470 Open European Championships 2010 - Wind gets sailors talking sails
Luissa Smith,
Open 470 European Championships 2010 - The first day of competition in Istanbul was hot and windless, with the 92 boats never even getting afloat.... [more]
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NZL Sailing Team has two in top four in two Olympic class Worlds
Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ,
Olympic class World Championships racing continued overnight in both Kerteminde, Denmark for the RS:X Men and Women, and at Hayling Island for the Lasers. New Zealand has four sailors currently place within the top four and despite Ashley and Bullot slipping from the top spot in their respective events they are both well in touch with the leaders as are Jon-Paul Tobin and Josh Junior.... [more]
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Laser Worlds - Day 2 balancing act
Laser Worlds,
Laser World Championships - Across today's two testing qualifying heats off Hayling Island, England it was avoiding the early high score discard that was top of the agenda for most sailors.... [more]
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RS:X World Championship - Van Rijsselberge soars ahead
Dansk Sejlunion,
RS:X World Championship - Dutch sailor Dorian van Rijsselberge has launched himself into the lead today, with the final two qualification series races held off Kerteminde, in the centre of Denmark.... [more]
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ISAF World Match Racing Tour Championship - Set to challenge
Rupert Hains,
ISAF World Match Racing Tour Championship - The race village at the Segel-Club St. Moritz was buzzing today, with 12 world-class sailing teams making their final preparations for a week of fierce head-to-head competition in the St. Moritz Match Race, the sixth stage.... [more]
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Loki and McConaghy - Winners at Hamilton Island
McConaghy Boats,
Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2010 - The McConaghy-built Loki 63' won the IRC Grand Prix division at Hamilton Island, and became the champion.... [more]
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34th America's Cup – Year, new fast boat and fair Protocol rules
Tim Jeffery,
34th America's Cup organizers plan on September 13 to host a press conference in Valencia to reveal three of the four cornerstones of the next competition.... [more]
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Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race - Tonnerre Expected Tonight
Trish Jenkins,
Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race - Piet Vroon's Ker 46 Tonnerre de Breskens is tantalizingly close to an overall victory at 1300 BST. With 101 miles to go, Tonnerre de Breskens could well make it to the Royal Yacht Squadron Line before 01:54:35 tomorrow morning. None of the other boats still racing have a real chance of beating them on corrected time.... [more]
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Laser Worlds - A sea-breeze second day
Laser Worlds,
Laser Senior and Junior Championships - After a postponement ashore for two hours both fleets have been sent afloat.... [more]
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Magnetic Island Race Week – now a major event on Asia Pacific sailing
Magnetic Island Race Week Media,
Sunferries Magnetic Island Race Week, grown in just four years from a 23 boat local regatta to a national event with a fleet approaching 70 boats and local Townsville community volunteers and university students are amongst those making it happen.... [more]
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Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race - Ambersail makes a dash
Louay Habib,
Ambersail made a dash for the finish line of the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race. The Lithuanian Volvo 60 passed St. Catherine's Point on the south side of the Isle of Wight just before midnight, averaging 13 knots.... [more]
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2010 Finn Gold Cup - Trujillo takes the lead
Robert Deaves,
After two fantastic races on San Francisco Bay the 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist Rafa Trujillo (ESP) takes the early lead in the 2010 Finn Gold Cup.... [more]
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Farr Yacht Design joins Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing's VOR title pursuit
Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing,
US-based Farr Yacht Design (FYD), one of the world's foremost racing-yacht design teams, has been appointed to develop Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing's Volvo Open 70 for the 2011/12 Volvo Ocean Race, representing a major boost to the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA)-backed outfit's title ambitions.... [more]
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