IRC Nationals at Cowes – Black Dog takes top prize

The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s 2019 IRC National Championship has been won out of the blue by a first timer – Stuart Sawyer’s J/122 Black Dog

Day 1 of the RORC’s IRC Nationals at Cowes

The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s two race committees laid on a full three race opening day of the IRC National Championship at Cowes on Friday

Just So wins the RORC Morgan Cup

William McGoughand and Christian Jeffrey, racing J/109 Just So in IRC Two Handed, won the 2019 Morgan Cup Race, winning overall

Scarlet Oyster wins RORC De Guingand Bowl

Oyster 48 Scarlet Oyster, sailed by Ross Applebey (GBR), scored the best corrected time under IRC to win the RORC De Guingand Bowl

RORC De Guingand Bowl – Feisty Conditions Predicted

This Saturday sees the start of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s De Guingand Bowl, the sixth race of the 2019 RORC Season’s Points Championship.

Baraka wins exciting RORC North Sea Race

The 2019 Royal Ocean Racing Club’s North Sea Race was won by Ker 43 Baraka GP sailed by Harmen De Graaf (NED)

RORC Myth of Malham Race – Won by Ed Fishwick’s Redshift

The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Myth of Malham Race, with 138 boats competing, produced a thrilling finish for overall victory

Redshift Wins a challenging RORC Cervantes Trophy Race

Ed Fishwick’s maiden offshore race in British FAST40+ Redshift resulted in winning the 2019 RORC Cervantes Trophy Race.

World Sailing play their Joker . . . Again

Here we go again . . . World Sailing has played their Joker again – the World Sailing Board has issued An urgent submission from the Board

RORC Easter Challenge strikes-out

Principal Race Officer Tim Hancock said that having no racing across the duration of a three day sailing event was a career first for him