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Bad luck strikes again as collision forces Goodchild and Collier Wakefield to retire from Transat race
10:48am Wednesday 13th November 2013
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Bright sunshine coming from a clear blue sky made the Roads look very attractive, but from the road above the docks I could see that the brisk easterly was coming in gusts from quite different directions, writes Harold Martin
10:00am Friday 11th January 2013
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Ben Ainslie's rival for gold at London 2012, Jonas Hogh Christensen has blamed a Polish competitor and a couple of bad waves as he saw his lead cut from 10 points to three in yesterday's Finn Class racing.
1:27pm Thursday 2nd August 2012
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The second race of the Mylor Chandlery and Rigging series was held at Mylor YC on Friday in a brisk south-westerly wind and, until the very end at least, no rain. This was a welcome change from the dire weather so far, writes Chris Davis.
11:32am Thursday 5th July 2012
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9:18am Thursday 5th July 2012
The 442 mile second leg of the Solitaire du Figaro delivered mixed conditions for the 36 single-handed sailors racing from Gijon, Spain to Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France. Gildas Morvan (Circle Vert) won the leg under a moonlit night sky after 60 hours, 28’ and 28”, his first leg win after competing in the race 16 times. Nick Cherry (Artemis 77) led the rookie fleet for 26 hours producing a nail-biting second-half that ultimately saw Corentin Horeau (Crédit Mutuel Espior) overhauling Cherry in the final stages as did Jullien Villon (Sexio Promotion).
9:11am Thursday 5th July 2012
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3:18pm Friday 29th June 2012
3:48pm Thursday 28th June 2012
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7:10pm Monday 14th May 2012
It was a great day for the British sailors on the second day for the J.P. Morgan Asset Management Finn Gold Cup in Falmouth. Ben Ainslie (GBR) won the opening race to take the overall lead while Ed Wright (GBR) dropped to second and Andrew Mills (GBR) had another good day to move up to third. The second race of the day was won by Chris Cook (CAN).
3:05pm Monday 7th May 2012
Despite race wins for Pieter-Jan Postma (NED) and Jonathan Lobert (FRA) on day two of the JP Morgan Asset Management Open UK Finn Nationals, Giles Scott (GBR) still leads the fleet into the final day by four points from Postma. Ben Ainslie (GBR) sits in third place, on equal points with Postma.
1:24pm Sunday 6th May 2012
After the first two races at the JP Morgan Asset Management Open UK Finn Nationals, the warm up regatta to next week's Finn Gold Cup, current world champion Giles Scott has got off to a good start with a small margin over main rival Ben Ainslie.
10:07am Friday 4th May 2012
The long wait is almost over. Three years of planning for one of the most important Finn sailing events ever held in the UK is about to become reality in Falmouth, UK. The JP Morgan Asset Management Finn Festival combines the Open UK National Championships from 5-7 May and the Finn Gold Cup, the class world championship, from May 13-18.
2:50pm Wednesday 18th April 2012
7:20am Wednesday 15th February 2012
Ben Ainslie has been cleared to represent Great Britain at the Olympics after the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) decided to impose no further punishment on the sailor for a boat rage incident at December’s World Championship in Australia.
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