Gerald New
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You thought it was cold this morning?

You might think that the frost on your lawn this morning heralds a cold walk to pick-up your morning newspaper!

Hempel World Cup Miami – Day 2 wobbly for Patience and Grube

The second of five days of fleet racing began Tuesday on Biscayne Bay, Miami. A black flag penalty in the second race of the day put Britain’s Luke Patience and Chris Grube down in eighth place

Hempel World Cup Series Miami – Day 1

Racing has started at the 2nd round of the Hempel World Cup Series in Miami, USA

Sail Melbourne – Day 4 – Squires and Hanson push for Podium places

Going into the final day of the Sail Melbourne Regatta, Tom Squires leads the men’s RSX by twn points ahead of Yoav Omer of Israel, third is Tom Reuveny of Israel

Sail Melbourne – Day 3 and Squires extends RS:X lead

Day 3 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta and Tom Squires continued his to lead the men’s RSX, adding two more wins to his score

Sail Melbourne – Day 2

Day 2 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta and it is Tom Squires in the men’s RS:X is the top British competitor

World Sailing reveal the Paris 2024 Sailing Programme

Normally World Sailing feature their major interest output on their flagship website to achieve maximuim coverage. But they somehow ignored this insight into how Sailing will look at Paris 2024

Sail Melbourne – Day 1 and a blustery start to racing

Day 1 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta with hte classes split between the Royal Brighton YC and the Sandringham YC

Patience and Grube take 470 North American Championship

The Team GB Olympic pair Luke Patience and Chris Grube won the men’s 470 North American Championship hosted by the Coconut Grove Sailing Club, Florida

America’s Cup – Britannia takes flight in Cagliari

The British America’s Cup AC75, Britannia takes flight in Cagliari. INEOS Team UK have settled in at their new base in Cagliari, Sardinia and have carried out their first flights