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 26 Jun 2017

 

 

Ours or Theirs?

Day 3 – America's Cup Match  © BMW | Studio Borlenghi
So if last week's ditty was entitled ‘Mine or Yours?', then this week just had to be Ours or Theirs? That stands for ‘Ours', as in Aussie, or ‘Theirs', as in Kiwi. Ultimately, all of it is more than a tad Antipodean, anyway, and that is precisely the way we should probably look at it. As we go to press, i.e. hit the send button, for it is a long time since ink has hit the paper, the Kiwis stand on match point at six to one up.

No more nip'n'tuck with asymmetric foils. Time to plan for Lake Garda or the Viaduct, or both! Sandbagging wins again, and the AC retains it long held air of mystery and intrigue.

Dennis Conner returns the America's Cup to USA - Fremantle, February 1987  Bruce Jarvis


Could not help noticing that one Dennis Conner even feels it is time for the Auld Mug to come back downunder, once more. He had been hated by many in both Australia and New Zealand, but if you ever saw the video of the panel discussion with he and John Bertrand at an Etchells World Championship in Melbourne, then you probably have a differing opinion. One thing is for sure, you knew you were going to get it as it is, and recently, he stayed true to form and did not hold back at all.

Just like the VOR, the present AC Administration had touted a two-year cycle, to which Conner had said air with Rachel Smalley in NZL!new, 'I like what I'm hearing about the possibility of going back to a mono hull and not making it the same circus that we have [in Bermuda].'

Reflecting on how the TV ratings are bad and the hotel rooms are empty, Conner said, 'It used to be something special and they've turned this into a completely different event.” He then went on to add, 'People want to go back to what they saw in Auckland with a downtown event, the centre of the America's Cup, everybody having a great time, lots of people, lots of boats, lots of spectators and I see nothing but good to come out of it.'

Two to three times wind speed as boat speed. Yep. It's called SuperFoiler for a reason!  © John Curnow


So then, it is important to note that the whole notion does not just apply to AC. A wise, or is that wise-cracking (and he'll very much appreciate the difference) West Australian said to me just the other day how Australia has lost a bit of it's world-renowned can do attitude in an ocean of political correctness. That's a fair comment, but to show that it has not died out entirely, and can still be fully ignited in the bowels of the turbine when required, Bill and Jack Macartney present the SuperFoiler as a case in point, the flag atop the mountain, or literally, standing head and shoulders above the rest.

Heading back up to the top, as it were, where the headline came from is that the very genesis of the SuperFoiler Grand Prix idea is all Aussie, as too is the cash, know-how, plan, hulls, and development, but the spars and foils are Kiwi. (Yes the designer is a Seppo, but a bloody good one at that!) Ultimately, what I am saying is that maybe it is time in this age of global commercialisation to not hold onto rules to tightly, but rather allow for some collaboration by creating space for some other shoulders next to you on the grindstone.

Final day race – America's Cup J-Class Regatta  Ingrid Abery


Right. Before we get so deep as to make the Mindanao Trench look like a puddle, we'll just say well done to the Poms for the Youth AC, and how glorious were the J's? Thank you Ingrid and Carlo for making my day, and I dare say equally so for many, many others.

So just as Tim Shaw said, “But wait! There's more.” Now you will have to go to the website for other news, where buried in amongst the plethora of stories from the 35th rendition of the America's Cup, you'll find plenty of things like articles on the 52 Super Series, Finns, Kieler Woche, Para World Sailing Championships, Extreme Sailing Series, J-Class, Jon Sanders 10th, Optis, Youth AC, Paynesville in Gippsland, VOR, The Bridge, J24s, Hammo, and much, much more.

Also, well done to all the associations and events for all the news you have been supplying. Keep it up. Readers await you! Please ensure you have your club or class do the same via the submit function, just up in the top right of the Sail-World home page. In the meantime, go for a wander to review the proverbial plethora of material for you to explore on the site, from all over the globe. Also, do keep a weather eye on Sail-World. We are here to bring you the whole story...


John Curnow, Editor Sail-World AUS



Queen Mary 2 takes on trimarans as Centennial Transat begins
The Bridge,
This time the cannon shots were sounds of fraternity to begin the race between the Queen Mary 2 and four of the largest and fastest trimarans in the world. The start to ocean races are always emotive affairs but rarely are they so loaded.... [more]


52 Super Series Audi Sailing Week – Rán Racing rise to win
52 Super Series,
While there was elation for the ice cool Swedish owner-driver and his hard working crew there was huge disappointment for Quantum Racing and for Provezza who both within minutes of each other had one hand on the top prize, before gear failures successively dropped them from contention.... [more]


Marrai tiebreaks his way to Laser gold at Kiel Week
SVG Verlag,
Marrai's fourth place in the Medal Race was sufficient to put him on equal points with Karl Martin Rammo, but it was the Italian's better placing in the Medal Race that clinched victory ahead of the Estonian who had to settle for silver.... [more]


1977 Finn Gold Cup Regatta ends in Palamos with everyone a winner
Robert Deaves,
The event was held to commemorate the 1977 Finn Gold Cup which was plagued by political problems and caused the Finn Gold Cup to be withdrawn from the competition, and the event being renamed the Finn World Week.... [more]


America's Cup Match – Chat with Iain Murray and OTUSA's asymmetry
Nic Douglass,
I asked Big Fella about the asymmetric concept again this morning, and we covered some of the other US changes, and then we went over the reaction times involved with all of the dial downs yesterday.... [more]


America's Cup Match – More action shots from Day 3 by Studio Borlenghi
Studio Borlenghi,
Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three... [more]


America's Cup Match – Day 3 images by Studio Borlenghi
Studio Borlenghi,
Emirates Team New Zealand Vs Oracle Team USA. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images from day three... [more]


German, Polish and Spanish racers claim Para World Sailing titles
Daniel Smith - World Sailing,
Heading into the final 2.4 Norlin OD races, there was just two points of separation between Kröger, Matt Bugg (AUS) and Damien Seguin (FRA). The title was up for grabs and the top performer on the day would take the title.... [more]


Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 5 images by Max Ranchi
Max Ranchi,
Photographer Max Ranchi has provided this gallery of images from races seven and eight... [more]


Louis Vuitton America's Cup – Oracle take a win
Nic Douglass,
In summary, Oracle Team USA have used the five days off wisely and have definitely found some speed which made for a great day of racing on the water, and some awesome banter off the water! ETNZ and OTUSA are now all but even in the match up, but the Kiwis are still 4-1.... [more]


Joaquín Blanco awarded Finn Gold Cup 40 years late
Robert Deaves,
The wind at that 1977 event matched the mood of the competitors, with only five races possible in unusually light and feeble breezes. Blanco, who was already European Champion, won two races, was always in the top 10 and finished 23.3 points ahead of second placed José Luis Doreste, also of Spain, who would go on to win gold in Pusan at the 1988 Olympics... [more]


Aussie sailors in the mix at Kiel Week as they line up for medal races
Megan McKay,
Australia's sailors continue to impress in Europe as they compete in the Kiel Week regatta in Germany this week. Although early in the Olympic cycle, Australia is well-represented in three Olympic classes - the 49er, 470 Men and 470 Women, and our athletes are in strong positions heading into today's medal races.... [more]


America's Cup - An even day for Emirates Team New Zealand
Hamish Hooper, Emirates Team NZ,
It's game on at the 35th America's Cup in Bermuda with Emirates Team New Zealand out to a 4-1 lead over Team USA in the first to seven match - but with the Americans getting their first point on the board. Once again the boat that won the start won the race and in today's first match up that was Emirates Team New Zealand.... [more]


America's Cup - Finals Day 3 - Paul Cayard reports from Bermuda
Paul Cayard,
Races five and six of the 35th America's Cup were held today on Great Sound in Bermuda in 10 knots of wind. The question on everyone's mind was: Did Oracle Team USA find some speed to make this Cup competitive? The answer is yes!... [more]


America's Cup Finals - Saturday's match action-shots by Ingrid Abery
Ingrid Abery,
Ingrid Abery was on water at 2017 America's Cup Finals and provided this gallery of images from 24 June, Saturday's action action.... [more]


America's Cup - Spithill and Oracle Team USA get on track with win
Oracle Team USA,
After five days of improvements to hardware and sailing technique, Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill and his team set off for the race course on Saturday afternoon confident of improvements that would close a speed gap with Emirates Team New Zealand.... [more]


America's Cup - The fightback starts here
America's Cup,
Day three of the America's Cup Match, presented by Louis Vuitton, was full of drama, incident and history-making action, but the big story of the day is the fightback Oracle Team USA staged against their rivals for the Auld Mug, Emirates Team New Zealand.... [more]


America's Cup - Defender wins their first race in 35th Match
Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz,
Oracle Team USA got on the scoreboard for their Defence of the America's Cup taking their first win in six races, by an 11-second margin over the Challenger Emirates Team New Zealand in the second race of the day. The wind confounded the official forecast clocking in at over 11kts average before the start of the first race and gusting to over 12kts.... [more]


Finns set for match race duel in Kiel Week Medal Races
Andy Rice,
The Medal Races on Sunday are set to take place in strong westerly winds, so those who enjoyed today will be looking forward to similar conditions to decide the medals in the Olympic classes.... [more]


52 Super Series – Audi Sailing Week – Closing the deal
52 Super Series,
Ergin Imre's Provezza won a 30 nautical mile coastal race today to promote the Turkish flagged team to second place on the overall standings and give them a fighting chance of winning their first regatta in four years of participation... [more]


Para World Sailing Championships going down to the wire
Daniel Smith - World Sailing,
In amongst Kieler Woche (Kiel Week) sailing festival, the sailors racing across the 2.4 Norlin OD, Men's Hansa 303 and Women's Hansa 303, all One Person Keelboats, were tested by a south westerly 13-16 knot breeze, somewhat less than the 20+ knots that pushed them to survival mode the day prior.... [more]


Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 4 images by Max Ranchi
Max Ranchi,
Photographer Max Ranchi has provided this gallery of images from coastal race six... [more]


Triple bullets for 470 stars in a windy westerly at Kiel Week
SVG Verlag,
In Men's 470, multiple world and Olympic medallists Mat Belcher and Will Ryan scored three bullets and have launched into a commanding lead over their fleet. It was a stellar day too for the Polish team now in charge of Women's 470 leaderboard. Agnieszka Skrzypulec and Irmina Gliszczynska won all three of their heats and have displaced Germany's Frederike Loewe and Anna Markfort from the top spot.... [more]


Youth sailors put on Stadium Sailing at the America's Cup
Nevin Sayre,
With the backdrop of America's Cup, thirty-two O'pen BIC sailors, ages ten to fifteen, participated in the America's Cup Endeavour O'pen. The kids and parents represented ten different nations from around the world, and hailed the event as the “experience of a life time”.... [more]


'Survival' sailing at the Para World Sailing Championships
Ross Gale,
Whatever wind was lacking on Thursday at the 2017 Para World Sailing Championships certainly wasn't on Friday, as the breeze turned up several notches, pushing sailors into 'survival” mode.... [more]


America's Cup - Predictwind pitches breeze to Emirates Team NZ's forte
Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/NZ,
The latest forecast from Predictwind.com for the Great Sound, Bermuda is for light winds just above the minimum allowed for racing on Saturday and slightly more on Sunday. That is the same band as for the first two days of racing, when Emirates Team New Zealand showed Oracle Team USA their transoms, to lead around every mark of the course in the first four races.... [more]


Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 3 images by Max Ranchi
Max Ranchi,
Photographer Max Ranchi has provided this gallery of images from races four and five... [more]


Extreme Sailing Series™ returns to the beautiful Madeira Islands
Extreme Sailing Series,
Alongside the main GC32 Stadium Racing action, for the first time in the Series' history, the Flying Phantom Series will take flight as part of the on-water line-up, promising a festival of foiling for locals and tourists that is not to be missed.... [more]


Our biggest EOFY sale ever
Ross and Whitcroft,
Much more than a facelift! Hobart 3 Jacket is the successful evolution of the classic Hobart Jacket. Next to the material and colour mix, there is a new offshore collar, the brand new WP Pocket System and two in one in-zip option, which advance the Hobart 3 Jacket to the next level.... [more]


Optimist World Championship 2017 breaks record to welcome 280 sailors
Narumon Prapawong,
Thailand has been selected to host the Optimist World Championship 2017, and the event has now confirmed the participation of a total of 62 sailing nations with 280 sailors, a record-breaking landmark for this world stage event. Each country will send their most skilled Optimist sailors to race as national representatives to compete in the waters off Pattaya Beach.... [more]


Twenty-second blog from Jon Sanders - Starved for any news of world
Jon Sanders,
When Magellan entered the Pacific from the Straight that bears his name it was pleasingly calm. He named the Pacific. 'Pacific'. Anything but. (So it can be). Except today, yesterday and probably tomorrow. Frustrating. No not at all. Quiet gentle wind 7/8 knots sometimes 9/10. Paul Stratfold has routed me into the west going current.... [more]


America's Cup - More images of J-Class racing off Bermuda
Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ,
Second gallery of images featuring the seven J-Class yachts racing in the largest fleet of the 120ft yachts yet assembled, which raced earlier this week off Bermuda. Although most of the fleet are replicas constructed to one of the original J-Class designs, Valsheda is restored from the original which was laid up in southern England for many years.... [more]


America's Cup - Largest ever J class fleet races off Bermuda
Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ,
The largest ever fleet of J-class to race together assembled off Bermuda for two series of races. Seven of the 120ft sloops that contested the America's Cup from 1930 to 1937 sailed off Bermuda. Here is the first gallery of images from the second day of racing... [more]


Kiel Week - What a difference a day makes
Daniel Smith,
After the opening day of the 2017 Para World Sailing Championships was blessed with gorgeous sunshine and a seven - nine knot breeze, albeit shifty, Thursday was a massive contrast.... [more]


Highlights from the 'Racing Forward' forum
Nic Douglass / PWC,
The highlights from the 'Racing Forward' forum at the Hamilton Princess, Bermuda on Tuesday 20 June, brought to you by PwC Bermuda and the America's Cup. The panel featured two fantastic sailors, who also happen to be women and part of the core group from The Magenta Project, Abby Ehler and Libby Greenhalgh. I was lucky enough to be the moderator for the panel,... [more]


Wild weather makes for a topsy-turvy day at Kiel Week
Andy Rice,
New Zealanders are also faring well in the Men's 49er, with Josh Porebski and Trent Rippey holding the lead after six races in the 49er fleet. Australia's David Gilmour and Joel Turner are on the same points as the leaders, while the Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallists, Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel, move up to third overall.... [more]


Para World Sailing Championships – What a difference a day makes
Daniel Smith – World Sailing,
The day had a bit of everything. There were grey skies, heavy showers and no breeze in the morning. Moving into the afternoon, a sudden sunny spell was coupled with a heavy breeze, gusting up to 25 knots. The breeze declined as the afternoon played out before dropping off completely and bringing another rain shower to put an end to the day.... [more]


Interviews from final day of the Red Bull Youth America's Cup
Nic Douglass,
Pretty incredible racing, with the final results decided in the final race, on the final leg to the finish!... [more]


Rán Racing on top of 52 Super Series Roller Coaster
52 Super Series,
Today, in perfect conditions it was the turn of the world champions Platoon to have an unfortunate taste of life down in the nether regions of the fleet.... [more]


Red Bull Youth America´s Cup – Wrap-up
America's Cup,
No one could have scripted a more exciting ending, as New Zealand was toppled from almost certain triumph in the last seconds of the last race by a determined British team, and Bermuda emerged as the new darlings of sailing.... [more]


Audi Sailing Week - TP52 Super Series – Day 2 images by Max Ranchi
Max Ranchi,
Max Ranchi provided this gallery of images from day two... [more]


Barcelona revealed as venue for Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 4
Extreme Sailing Series,
The cosmopolitan capital of Spain's Catalonia, a major tourist destination and one of the world's leading cultural and economic centres, is the final venue to be announced as part of the 2017 global tour.... [more]


New chapter for the New Caledonia Groupama Race
Lisa Ratcliff,
Sail Noumea organiser, Cercle Nautique Calédonien Yacht Club, is excited to announce its role as finish partner and host for four independant ocean races leaving Sydney Harbour, Auckland, Melbourne and Brisbane between late May and early June 2018.... [more]


Red Bull Youth America's Cup – Images by Studio Borlenghi
Studio Borlenghi,
Britain grabs Red Bull Youth America's Cup title in the last-minute upset. Studio Borlenghi provided a gallery of images... [more]


New talent on the block at Para World Sailing Championships
Ross Gale,
The Para World Sailing Championships kicked off yesterday, Wednesday 21 June, in Kiel, Germany. There are fresh faces competing at the event though, thanks to World Sailing's Paralympic Development Program (PDP).... [more]


Paynesville set to become boating paradise
Fleur Stone,
Two iconic boating events will go back to back on the Gippsland Lakes in March next year, with the Paynesville Classic Boat Rally taking place from 3-4 March and the C.H Robinson 50th Marlay Point Overnight Race on Labour Day weekend.... [more]


When the going gets hot Zhik has the answers on what to wear afloat
Liz Rushall,
Whilst many of us Brits are looking in the sailing bag wondering what on earth to wear afloat in this heatwave, Zhik the Australian sailing apparel innovators are set up for dealing with extreme heat, moisture management and sun protection.... [more]


America's Cup - Oracle Team USA gets a look aboard Kiwi AC50
Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ,
With Challenger and Defender intently going over their America's Cup campaigns and trying to evaluate the other's performances, there is a fair chance that they'll be looking at the latest content from a new 3D Video application which takes them aboard their rival's AC50 - sitting in the 'shotgun seat'.... [more]


52 Super Series - Sled Supreme on Topsy Turvy opening day in Sardinia
52 Super Series,
The 52 Super Series fleet's love-hate relationship with the coastal race discipline continues. Some days they are loved, most of all by those who have a good one. But correspondingly the bad days are often some of the darkest.... [more]


Great Britain grabs Red Bull Youth AC title in last-minute upset
America's Cup,
Great Britain's Land Rover BAR Academy have been crowned Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions in the most dramatic of fashions, following a fantastic final day of racing on Bermuda's Great Sound. New Zealand and Switzerland rounded out the podium.... [more]


Scheidt shows young guns the way at Kiel Week
Andy Rice / Kieler Woche,
The Brazilian five-time Olympic medallist sits two points off the lead, currently held by young New Zealanders Josh Porebski and Trent Rippey, with Australia's David Gilmour and Joel Turner in second overall after three heats. Sitting a point off the podium are the Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallists and local heroes, Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel.... [more]


Light wind specialists shine at the Para World Sailing Championships
Daniel Smith – World Sailing,
Two races were completed in the Open 2.4 Norlin OD, Men's Hansa 303 and Women's Hansa 303, all One Person Keelboats open to classified sailors with minimum disabilities.... [more]


Audi Sailing Week TP52 Super Series– Coastal race images by Max Ranchi
Max Ranchi,
Max Ranchi provided this gallery of images from coastal race... [more]


Team AkzoNobel's Volvo Ocean Race boat christened in The Hague
AkzoNobel,
A flotilla of nine young Optimist dinghy sailors from the nearby Yacht Club proudly escorted the 65-foot team AkzoNobel yacht into the dock.... [more]


Perfect conditions for J24 Short Course Championships
Simon Grain,
Our focus this year was to welcome new J24 crews to the Cronulla family. Sailmates (Steve Arnold) competed in their first regatta after purchasing their J24 locally, also Boudicca (John Zagame) an off shore crew member and now a proud J24 owner, enthusiastically listening and improving as the weekend progressed.... [more]


Meet the Clipper 2017-18 crew David Wilson
Clipper Round the World,
The Clipper Race is an adventure of a lifetime but it does come at a cost – a long separation from your loved ones. Luckily though for our crew, it's true what they say that absence does make the heart grow fonder.... [more]


Kiel Week - Seven nations are celebrating their victories
SVG Verlag,
The first 14 Kiel Week titles on the triangular courses in Kiel-Schilksee are decided. After the decisions in the international classes, the Germans can celebrate four victories in their country. But this did also demonstrate the international quality, which was already present before the start of the Olympic disciplines in Kiel. Seven nations did sign the winners' list... [more]


Lionheart wins America's Cup J-Class Regatta
Carlo Borlenghi,
Studio Borlenghi provided this gallery of images from America's Cup J-Class Regatta.... [more]


A big cat is the 150th entry for Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2017
Lisa Ratcliff,
A large cruising catamaran from South Australia has already made its mark on Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2017 by becoming the 150th entry for the popular August series.... [more]


Fairytale start for TeamBDA but Land Rover Bar Academy dominate Day 1
America's Cup,
Day one of the 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup Finals belonged to Land Rover BAR Academy who sit on top of the leaderboard heading into day two after two second places and a first place in the three races on day one.... [more]


America's Cup J-Class Regatta – Final race images by Ingrid Abery
Ingrid Abery,
Photographer Ingrid Abery provided this gallery of images from final day race... [more]


Red Bull Youth America's Cup sailors are the story of the summer
America's Cup,
A group of young athletes from the small island of Bermuda have defied the odds. They won the hearts of their country in the Qualifiers, and when the Finals play out on 20th and 21st June, the whole world may be under their spell.... [more]


Zhik 29er Worlds 2018 - NoR and Entry Forms available
RHKYC Media,
The Pre-Worlds will kick off on 27 December 2017 followed shortly after by the Zhik 29er Worlds commencing on 2 January 2018. Hong Kong experiences some of its best sailing conditions in January with great breeze and mild winter temperatures. The racing will be based out of Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club's Middle Island facility.... [more]


Christening of the new J-Class yacht SVEA in Bermuda
Carlo Borlenghi,
Studio Borlenghi provided this gallery of new J-Class SVEA images from America's Cup J-Class Regatta.... [more]


America's Cup J-Class Regatta action-shots by Studio Borlenghi
Studio Borlenghi,
Studio Borlenghi provided this gallery of images from America's Cup J-Class Regatta. Today was a historical day for the J Class as was the first time seven of these magnificent boat have race together.... [more]


America's Cup J-Class Regatta - Day 2 action-shots by Ingrid Abery
Ingrid Abery,
Ingrid Abery was on water at America's Cup J-Class Regatta and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action.... [more]


Kiwi America's Cup domination - What can Oracle Team USA do about it-
Mark Jardine,
Emirates Team New Zealand have won the first four races in the 35th America's Cup Match. There has been the odd close moment, but the Kiwis have undoubtedly been faster on every point of sail, simply sailing away from Oracle Team USA.... [more]


Greenings International to debut in Clipper Round The World Ocean Race
Julia Fry / Clipper Ventures,
Founded in 1999 by Andrew Greening, a pioneer in international executive resourcing, Greenings International has enjoyed 29 years of trusted, cross-border partnerships with some of the world's leading corporates, private equity, regulators, and governments.... [more]


52 Super Series – Platoon marching on seeking new gains
52 Super Series,
Second in Key West in January, runners up again in Miami in March and then world championship victors in June in the first of two Italian regattas, the team, which races under the German flags, must rank as narrow favourites among the 11-strong fleet... [more]


Great conditions take the Land Rover Winter Series to a season high
Ross MacDonald,
There were however no surprises at the top of Division A1 as Tony Kirby's Patrice took out the top spot to extend his lead over Sebastian Bohm's Rogers 46 The Goat in the overall series results. On Sunday Kirby finished ahead of David Pescud's TP52 SWD Wot Eva with The Goat third.... [more]


Adelaide Boat Show opens 30 June
Boating Industry Association,
The event is South Australia's premier recreational boating exhibition, attracting thousands of visitors each year.... [more]


Crew shirts, kit bags, merchandise all available from Cooper Teamwear
Robin Tickner,
Australian owned and based in Gladesville NSW our knowledgeable and friendly team can assist you with every aspect of kitting out your club or individual boat with a wide range of apparel, kit bags and merchandise.... [more]


SB20 Mid-Winter Regatta Tasmania – Final day
Peter Campbell,
SB20 sports boat mid-winter champion Paul Burnell will contest this year's one-design sports boat class world championship at Cowes, England, steering an English boat rather than an Australian entrant.... [more]
 



 
 
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