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Echegoyen still on top of the MR World Championship

June 6th, 2013

Busan, Korea (June 6, 2013) – The second day of round robin racing at the ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship 2013 finds Spanish star Tamara Echegoyen remains undefeated, topping the nine teams competing for a 100 000 USD prize purse at the second event of the inaugural Women’s International Match Racing Series. Full story


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WIMRS: Echegoyen undefeated after first day at Women’s Worlds

June 5th, 2013

(June 5, 2013) – After a postponement due to lack of wind, Tamara Echegoyen of Spain swept her opponents away when the ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship 2013 finally got under way in Busan, Korea. With five wins and no losses at all, the gold medallist from the London 2012 Olympics clearly showed that


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Second stage of Women’s International Match Racing Series in Korea

June 4th, 2013

The inaugural Women’s International Match Racing Series is in Korea for the second event. Nine world-class sailors will race June 5 – 9 for coveted Series points and a championship title in the ISAF Women’s Match Racing Worlds in Dongbaek Park, Haeundae Beach in Busan. London 2012 Olympic gold medallist Tamara Echegoyen hasn’t been on


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Welcome to Women’s Professional Match Racing

May 21st, 2013

When the Women’s Match Race event was added to 2012 Olympics, it quickly led to significant growth of both interest and events for the girls. But now that the event has been removed for the 2016 Games, the recent launch of a new women’s professional match race circuit hopes to keep the ball rolling. Here’s


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Inaugural Women’s International Match Racing Series gets underway

May 19th, 2013

St Quay-Portrieux, France (May 19, 2013) -In the finals of the Saint Quay Women’s Match Racing, local sailor Julie Bossard gave the French crowd at the pier some hope after beating former Olympian Lucy Macgregor in the first match. But then the supreme sailor from Great Britain fought back, winning three consecutive matches to secure



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