• Andy Rice

    Vanke Longcheer survives controversy

    by  • 28 October 2013 • Anders Lewander, Andy Rice, Australasian Regattas, Beijing Sailing Centre, Beneteau China, Bernard Bonneau, carlo borlenghi, China, China Spirit, Dominic Law, Eric Ingouf, Frank Pong, Gery Trentesaux, HuaAn Sailing Team, Inshore, Jelik, Li Qing, One Designs, Rick Pointon, Sailing Intelligence, Sebastien Col, Seve Jarvin, Simon Cooke, Talkinghead, Team Courrier, Team Malaysia powered by BMW, Tonny Chun, Vanke Longcheer, Vatti Sailing, Vincent Chan, Whiskey Jack, Xie Jun, Zeng Haitao

    Vanke Longcheer dominated the final day’s competition with a 2,1 score to win the 35-boat Beneteau 40.7 fleet at the China Cup International Regatta in Shenzhen.read more

    Avoiding the light wind banana skins in Shenzhen

    by  • 26 October 2013 • Anders Lewander, Andy Rice, Australasian Regattas, Beijing Sailing Centre, Beneteau China, Bernard Bonneau, carlo borlenghi, China, China Spirit, Dominic Law, Eric Ingouf, Frank Pong, Gery Trentesaux, HuaAn Sailing Team, Inshore, Jelik, Li Qing, One Designs, Rick Pointon, Sailing Intelligence, Sebastien Col, Seve Jarvin, Simon Cooke, Talkinghead, Team Courrier, Team Malaysia powered by BMW, Tonny Chun, Vanke Longcheer, Vatti Sailing, Vincent Chan, Whiskey Jack, Xie Jun, Zeng Haitao

    Day 2 of the China Cup International Regatta was really challenging, with light and patchy breezes making it extremely difficult to be consistent across three windward-leeward races.read more

    China Cup underway

    by  • 25 October 2013 • Andy Rice, Australasian Regattas, Beneteau China, Bernard Bonneau, carlo borlenghi, China, Eric Ingouf, Frank Pong, Gery Trentesaux, Inshore, Jelik, One Designs, Sebastien Col, Seve Jarvin, Simon Cooke, Team Courrier, Team Malaysia powered by BMW, Vanke Longcheer, Vatti Sailing, Vincent Chan, Zeng Haitao

    The opening day of the China Cup International Regatta gave an indication of some tough battles to come, after a close-fought Simpson Passage Race from Hong Kong to Shenzhen today.read more

    Vatti the favourite

    by  • 16 October 2013 • Achim Griese, Andy Rice, Beneteau China, China, Dubai Yo!, Evgeny Neugodnikov, Gery Trentesaux, Inshore, irc, Jamie Wilmot, Ji Yusheng, Jo Aleh, Lake of Constance, Lijia Xu, Lord of the Sail, nathan wilmot, Olivia Powrie, One Designs, Pierre Follenfant, Sebastien Col, Team Courrier, Toby O'Connell

    Some of the world’s most famous and accomplished sailors are flying in from around the world to get ready for the start of the 7th edition of the China Cup International Regatta.read more

    Kiwi clean sweep

    by  • 29 September 2013 • 49er, 49er Worlds, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, Andy Rice, Anika Lorenz, Anna Tunnicliffe, Annemiek Bekkering, Annette Duetz, Ben Rhodes, Benjamin Bildstein, Blair Tuke, Claire Blom, DavidHussl, Dinghy, Dylan Fletcher, France, Frances Peters, Francesca Clapcich, Griselda Khng, Guilia Conti, Iain Jenseon, Jan Hauke Erichsen, Jena Mai Hansen, John Pink, Jonas Warrer, Jorge Lima, Jose Luis Costa, Josh Porebski, Kahena Kunze, Katja Salskov-Iversen, Manu Dyen, Marcus Hansen, Maria Cantero Izquierdo, Martina Silva, Martine Soffati Grael, Matt McGovern, Max Lutz, Molly Vandemoer, Nathan Outteridge, Nicola Groves, Nina Keijzer, Olympics, Peter Burling, Peter Lang, Ryan Seaton, Sara Tan, Silja Kanerva, Simon Wheeler, Sinem Kurtbay, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Trinidad Silva, Victoria Jurczok

    New Zealand dominated the Seiko 49er & 49erFX World Championships in Marseille with a dazzling display of confidence and maturity by three young teams all in their early 20s.read more

    Kiwi crews to the fore

    by  • 28 September 2013 • 49er, 49er Worlds, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, Andy Rice, Anika Lorenz, Anna Tunnicliffe, Annemiek Bekkering, Annette Duetz, Ben Rhodes, Benjamin Bildstein, Blair Tuke, Claire Blom, DavidHussl, Dinghy, Dylan Fletcher, France, Frances Peters, Francesca Clapcich, Griselda Khng, Guilia Conti, Iain Jenseon, Jan Hauke Erichsen, Jena Mai Hansen, John Pink, Jonas Warrer, Jorge Lima, Jose Luis Costa, Josh Porebski, Kahena Kunze, Katja Salskov-Iversen, Manu Dyen, Marcus Hansen, Maria Cantero Izquierdo, Martina Silva, Martine Soffati Grael, Matt McGovern, Max Lutz, Molly Vandemoer, Nathan Outteridge, Nicola Groves, Nina Keijzer, Olympics, Peter Burling, Peter Lang, Ryan Seaton, Sara Tan, Silja Kanerva, Simon Wheeler, Sinem Kurtbay, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Trinidad Silva, Victoria Jurczok

    New Zealand crews sit at the top of both leaderboards going into the final day of the Seiko 49er & 49erFX World Championships in Marseille.read more

    Britain versus Denmark

    by  • 27 September 2013 • 49er, 49er Worlds, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, Andy Rice, Anika Lorenz, Anna Tunnicliffe, Annemiek Bekkering, Annette Duetz, Ben Rhodes, Benjamin Bildstein, Blair Tuke, Claire Blom, DavidHussl, Dinghy, Dylan Fletcher, France, Frances Peters, Francesca Clapcich, Griselda Khng, Guilia Conti, Iain Jenseon, Jan Hauke Erichsen, Jena Mai Hansen, John Pink, Jonas Warrer, Jorge Lima, Jose Luis Costa, Josh Porebski, Kahena Kunze, Katja Salskov-Iversen, Manu Dyen, Marcus Hansen, Maria Cantero Izquierdo, Martina Silva, Martine Soffati Grael, Matt McGovern, Max Lutz, Molly Vandemoer, Nathan Outteridge, Nicola Groves, Nina Keijzer, Olympics, Peter Burling, Peter Lang, Ryan Seaton, Sara Tan, Silja Kanerva, Simon Wheeler, Sinem Kurtbay, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Trinidad Silva, Victoria Jurczok

    An increase in breeze elevated young Kiwi team Alex Maloney and Molly Meech to the top of the leaderboard at the Seiko 49er & 49erFX World Championships in Marseille.read more

    Steyaert and Bossard edge ahead

    by  • 26 September 2013 • 49er, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, Andy Rice, Anika Lorenz, Anna Tunnicliffe, Annemiek Bekkering, Annette Duetz, Ben Rhodes, Benjamin Bildstein, Blair Tuke, Claire Blom, DavidHussl, Dinghy, Dylan Fletcher, France, Frances Peters, Francesca Clapcich, Griselda Khng, Guilia Conti, Iain Jenseon, Jan Hauke Erichsen, Jena Mai Hansen, John Pink, Jonas Warrer, Jorge Lima, Jose Luis Costa, Josh Porebski, Kahena Kunze, Katja Salskov-Iversen, Manu Dyen, Marcus Hansen, Maria Cantero Izquierdo, Martina Silva, Martine Soffati Grael, Matt McGovern, Max Lutz, Molly Vandemoer, Nathan Outteridge, Nicola Groves, Nina Keijzer, Olympics, Peter Burling, Peter Lang, Ryan Seaton, Sara Tan, Silja Kanerva, Simon Wheeler, Sinem Kurtbay, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Trinidad Silva, Victoria Jurczok

    Sarah Steyaert and Julie Bossard sailed a stunning third day of qualification, winning both of today’s heats and moving to the top of the women’s leaderboard at the Seiko 49er & 49eread more

    Fletcher and Sign into the lead

    by  • 25 September 2013 • 49er, 49er Worlds, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, Andy Rice, Anika Lorenz, Anna Tunnicliffe, Annemiek Bekkering, Annette Duetz, Ben Rhodes, Benjamin Bildstein, Blair Tuke, Claire Blom, DavidHussl, Dinghy, Dylan Fletcher, France, Frances Peters, Francesca Clapcich, Griselda Khng, Guilia Conti, Iain Jenseon, Jan Hauke Erichsen, Jena Mai Hansen, John Pink, Jonas Warrer, Jorge Lima, Jose Luis Costa, Josh Porebski, Kahena Kunze, Katja Salskov-Iversen, Manu Dyen, Marcus Hansen, Maria Cantero Izquierdo, Martina Silva, Martine Soffati Grael, Matt McGovern, Max Lutz, Molly Vandemoer, Nathan Outteridge, Nicola Groves, Nina Keijzer, Olympics, Peter Burling, Peter Lang, Ryan Seaton, Sara Tan, Silja Kanerva, Simon Wheeler, Sinem Kurtbay, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Trinidad Silva, Victoria Jurczok

    For anyone aspiring to win the Seiko 49er and 49erFX World Championships in Marseille, day 2 was a critical hurdle.read more

    Into the semis

    by  • 9 August 2013 • Adam Minoprio, Andy Rice, Bjorn Hansen, Donald Wilson, Gavin Brady, Ian Williams, Inshore, Johnie Berntsson, Jordan Reece, Keith Swinton, Match Racing, Phil Robertson, Pierre-Antoine Morvan, Taylor Canfield, Team Alpari FX, Team GAC Pindar, United States, Will Tiller, World Match Racing Tour

    There was dramatic tension all the way into the final two matches of the Qualifying stage at the Chicago Match Cup, when two slots still remained open for the top four to go through to the Quarter-read more

    Early headache for Tour stars

    by  • 7 August 2013 • Adam Minoprio, an Williams, Andy Rice, Bjorn Hansen, Donald Wilson, Gavin Brady, Inshore, Johnie Berntsson, Jordan Reece, Keith Swinton, Match Racing, Phil Robertson, Pierre-Antoine Morvan, Taylor Canfield, Team Alpari FX, Team GAC Pindar, United States, Will Tiller, World Match Racing Tour

    If Flight 1 of the Chicago Match Cup is an indicator of things to come, there will be plenty of upsets in the coming days.read more

    Canfield hoping for home team advantage

    by  • 6 August 2013 • Adam Minoprio, an Williams, Andy Rice, Bjorn Hansen, Donald Wilson, Gavin Brady, Inshore, Johnie Berntsson, Jordan Reece, Keith Swinton, Match Racing, Phil Robertson, Pierre-Antoine Morvan, Taylor Canfield, Team Alpari FX, Team GAC Pindar, United States, Will Tiller, World Match Racing Tour

    Taylor Canfield and his USone team are pulling out all the stops for a home victory at the Chicago Match Cup, stage four of the 2013 Alpari Match Racing World Tour taking place this week in Chicagoread more

    Canfield out

    by  • 3 July 2013 • Adam Minoprio, Andy Rice, Bjorn Hansen, gac pindar, henrik eyerman, Ian Williams, Inshore, Johnie Berntsson, Keith Swinton, Match Racing, Mathieu Richard, Multimedia, Phil Robertson, Pierre-Antoine Morvan, simone ferrarese, Staffan Lindberg, Sweden, Taylor Canfield, World Match Racing Tour

    Taylor Canfield and the USone team were one of the most high-profile casualties to make an early exit from the Stena Match Cup Sweden at the end of Qualifying today.read more

    Robertson and Ferrarese top leaderboard

    by  • 2 July 2013 • Adam Minoprio, Andy Rice, Bjorn Hansen, gac pindar, henrik eyerman, Ian Williams, Inshore, Johnie Berntsson, Keith Swinton, Match Racing, Mathieu Richard, Multimedia, Phil Robertson, Pierre-Antoine Morvan, simone ferrarese, Staffan Lindberg, Sweden, Taylor Canfield, World Match Racing Tour

    Phil Robertson has been sailing out of his skin to be joint top of the leaderboard with Simone Ferrarese after a stunning day of sunshine and strong wind at Stena Match Cup Sweden.read more