Gerald New
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The Windsurfer pitches as an Olympic Class for Paris 2024

International Windsurfer Class Association (IWCA) has submitted a presentation to World Sailing in response to their request for a new Mixed Kiteboard for Paris 2024 Olympics

Carnival Race victory for Dahlberg and Bergstrom

Anton Dahlberg and Fredrik Bergstrom of Sweden finished The Carnival Race in San Remo, Italy, with a 14 point advantage

Burling and Tuke get turned over at Kiwi 49er championships

The road to Tokyo 2020 for Peter Burling and Blair Tuke took an unforeseen twist, when they failed to win the New Zealand 49er title

Dahlberg and Bergstrom lead Carnival Race

Luke Patience and Chris Grube recoverd somewhat on day 3 of the Carnival Race in San Remo, Italy

Burling and Tuke struggle at New Zealand 49er Nationals

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke, who returned to 49er racing to win the Oceanbridge Regatta early this month, are struggling at the New Zealand Nationals

Brits Abroad – Vilamoura and San Remo

The Vilamoura Coach Regatta in Portugal for the Laser and Radial classes finished with podium places for Britain’s Michael Beckett and Elliot Hanson

IOC’s gender-balanced, youth-focused and more urban Games

In a move to – make the Olympic programme gender-balanced, more youth-focused and more urban – the 2024 Olympic hosts have recommended the inclusion of breakdancing

Dart 18 World title to Dave and Louise Roberts

Dave and Louise Roberts won the Dart 18 World Championship hosted at the Royal Varuna YC, in Pattaya, Thailand

Early British Scow launched at Southsea

This photo of Harry C. Melges Sr working on a wooden Melges E Scow, nearly 75 years ago reminded me of the first time I saw a Scow in the UK at Southsea

Overall 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy goes to Wizard

David and Peter Askew’s American Volvo 70 Wizard has won the 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy, scoring the best corrected time under IRC.

First 29er MedSailing Eurocup event of the year

Britain’s Ewan Wilson and Finley Armstrong finished fith in the 79 strong fleet at the first 29er Eurocup of the year

Dart 18 Worlds – Owen and Hemming retain lead

Britain’s Gareth Owen and Hebe Hemming retain their overall lead after day 3 of the Dart 18 World Championships