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Rolex Osprey CupLiz Baylis of San Rafael, Calif. won the Rolex Osprey Cup today, topping off four days of match racing here on Tampa Bay. Sailing with Baylis at this ISAF Grade 1 regatta were an all-California team of Aimee Hess (Oakland), Karina Shelton (Watsonville) and Stacie Straw (Marina del Rey). After a lack of wind yesterday afternoon forced the (...)
America’s CupGBR Challenge Chairman Peter Harrison today officially opened the base from which the syndicate will mount its tilt at the world’s oldest sporting trophy, the America’s Cup America's Cup #AmericasCup . The internet entrepreneur informed his guests that Great Britain had last been part of the America’s Cup America's Cup (...)
IFDS WORLD DISABLED SAILING CHAMPIONSHIPSAfter five days of sailing in challenging conditions, competitors and officials alike judged the 2001 International Foundation of Disabled Sailing (IFDS) World Disabled Sailing Championships a resounding success. The championship, held in Florida from October 24-31, was co-hosted by St. Petersburg Yacht Club and Sailing Alternatives (a (...)
America’s CupFrom Monday november 5th, begins at Multiplast shipyard in Vannes, France, the building of the first new french IAAC boat for the next Louis Vuitton Cup.