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Brits overcome delays to dominate I14 World Championship

September 21st, 2013

Toronto, ONT (September 21, 2013) – With racing postponed at the I14 World Championship for the past two days due to light winds, the 67-boat field returned to the course today for their final race. After a lengthy onshore delay, the breeze filled in to 8 knots out of the SW, with rain and fog


Skunked at I14 Worlds

September 19th, 2013

Toronto, ONT (September 19, 2013) – Overcast skies and a light breeze teased the competitors this morning as they prepped for the fifth race of the I14 World Championship, but it would never pick up sufficient strength for racing. After four races, Archie Massey/ Dan Wilsdon (GBR) leads the 67-boat field, with Gordon Cook/ Alex


British brigade on top at I14 World Championship

September 18th, 2013

Toronto, ONT (September 18, 2013) – It was a layday at the I14 World Championship, but when the 67 teams return to competition on Thursday, they will be faced with a formidable British brigade at the top of the standings. After four races, Archie Massey/ Dan Wilsdon (GBR) lead the top six all waving the


I14 World Championship

September 16th, 2013

Toronto, ONT (September 16, 2013) – The I14 World Championship is underway, with 67 teams hosted by Royal Canadian Yacht Club. After three races, Brits Archie Massey/ Dan Wilsdon are ruling the waves with a 1-2-1. Top North American is Brad Ruetenik/ Garrett Brow (USA) in eighth. Racing concludes Saturday. – Full results

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