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    Sailing: Dutch challengers on America’s Cup mission

    by  • 16 February 2019 • Uncategorized

    America's Cup challenger Team The Netherlands are hopeful the Challenger of Record, Luna Rossa, will back their participation in the 2021 regatta in Auckland.Simeon Tienpont, the highly experienced head of the Dutch team, is in...

    Yachting: Luna Rossa bid to block rivals

    by  • 9 February 2019 • Uncategorized

    Up to three of the six challengers for the 2021 America's Cup in Auckland are the target of legal action to be heard by the Cup's arbitration panel.Emirates Team New Zealand yesterday released a brief statement confirming the panel...

    New Zealand sailors claim two silvers at Miami World Cup

    by  • 3 February 2019 • Uncategorized

    New Zealand sailors will leave the World Cup Series regatta in Miami with two silver medals but for one crew they were left feeling things could have been even better.Alex Maloney and Molly Meech were second in the women's 49erFX...

    Nacra pair find form at Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta

    by  • 2 February 2019 • Uncategorized

    Last year was a bit of a write-off for Liv Mackay and Micah Wilkinson because of injury so they hope their form so far at the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta is a sign of better things to come.The pair hold a slim lead in the...

    Maloney and Meech hold handy lead at Miami World Cup

    by  • 31 January 2019 • Uncategorized

    Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have spent considerable time on their starts lately and today cashed in on a couple of great starts at the second day of the Hempel World Cup Series regatta in Miami.The pair won the first two races...

    Record numbers for Bay of Islands sailing week

    by  • 15 January 2019 • Uncategorized

    Record entry numbers have been seen just a week away from New Zealand's biggest sailing regatta, the CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week. The event, which takes place from January 22 to 25, already stands at over 110 boats. This time...