Daily Archives: June 17, 2013

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Paying It Forward

June 17th, 2013

Americans Kristen Lane and Christine Neville have committed themselves to the 49er FX, the new women’s skiff that was selected for the 2016 Olympic Games. This boat did not exist prior to its selections, so while their personal interest is to gain expertise in it, they also see a responsibility to those that will follow


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John Tomko and Ian Billings dominate 2013 Great Texas Catamaran Race

June 17th, 2013

Team 2 Wire Sailing skipper John Tomko and crew Ian Billings won the 2013 Great Texas Catamaran Race, one of the premier long distance beach cat races in the country. In its 11th year, it attracted a field of six F18 teams and one N20 to compete in the four stage route that covered approximately


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AC34: Nothing Comes Without a Price

June 17th, 2013

The aspirations for the 34th America’s Cup have never been higher. Amid the event’s storied history, this edition wanted to be “more” in just about every category. The sailors have never been better, the boats have never been faster, but it is the entertainment element that the event has reached furthest. The month of July


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Marion Bermuda – Leaders struggle for Late Night Finish

June 17th, 2013

(June 17, 2013) – As predicted late Sunday, the ‘line honor’ leaders in the biennial Marion Bermuda Race hit the wall Monday afternoon. According to the YellowBrick tracker they now seem to be sailing on the wind, on a long port tack to Bermuda. The ‘handicap’ leaders are the smaller boats that have kept the


PHOTO: We are speechless

June 17th, 2013

Photo taken at the  14th Argentario Sailing Week, part of the Mediterranean Circuit of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge 2013,



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