Following further Covid-19 restrictions NSW and Tasmania, the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia has announceds that the 76th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will not be proceeding in 2020
The 2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race is to go ahead after a lengthy period of consultation with state governments, health authorities and other key stakeholders
Sydney Hobart Race has decided that the new Two-Handed division of boats will not be eligible to compete against the fully crewed boats
A report in The Guardian claims that there is no way the Sydney to Hobart Race can go ahead in 2020 unless there are drastic changes to current health guidance.
The 2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart, the 76th running of the Race, has added a two-handed division in the race for the first time
Phillip Turner’s Alive received the Tattersall Cup for overall winner of the 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, the RORC Plaque and the Government of Tasmania Trophy for first overall on IRC
The International Jury at Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania has found that the protest against Wild Oats XI was invalid and so she retains her line honours crown
Wild Oats XI took the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race line-honours in one of the closest ever finishes. With 2nd Black Jack, 3rd Comanche and 4th InfoTrack after 43 hours of racing
Early leader is Wild Oats XI together with Black Jack, Infotrack and Comanche, covered by six nautical miles after almost eight hours of racing.
The skippers of the five 100ft super maxis came together to give their thoughts on how this years Sydney Hobart race will play out and what edge they have going in to the start.