• Blair Tuke

    Emirates Team New Zealand takes on strong fleet in A Class worlds

    by  • 5 February 2014 • 34th America's Cup, America's Cup, Blair Tuke, chris nicholson, emirates team new zealand, FEATURED, Glenn Ashby, Peter Burling, Ray Davies

    A strong ETNZ connection will be evident when the World A Class Catamaran championships is raced off Takapuna Beach. Ray Davies, Glenn Ashby, Peter Burling, Blair Tuke, Pete Melvin, Luc Dubois, Nat Shaver and Chris Nicholson will represent the 2013 Louis Vuitton Cup winner

    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

    Denmark, UK and NZ tied

    by  • 24 September 2013 • 49er, 49er Worlds, Alain Sign, Ana Hernandez Moreno, 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

    It was a very light, tricky opening day to the Seiko 49er & 49erFX World Championships in Marseille, not the kind of day where anyone could have expected a particular team to dominate the racinread more

    Taste of things to come?

    by  • 5 September 2013 • America's Cup, America's Cup, American Youth Sailing Force, Andreas Axelsson, Andy Maloney, Antoine Lauriot Prevost, Antonio Mello, Artemis Racing/Swedish Youth Challenge, Arthur Ponroy, Arvid Bild, Ash Hammond, Ben Lezin, Bernardo Freitas, Blair Tuke, Bryan Mettraux, Charlie Bucki, Charlie Ekberg, Cooper Dressler, David Heitzig, David Liebenberg, Edouard-Marie Alikiagaléléi, Erik Heil, Evan Sjostedt, Fang Warren, Full Metal Jacket Racing, Gilles Martin-Raget, Guy Endean, Harry THurston, Hubert Savatier, Ian Andrewes, Inshore, James Wierzbowski, Jason Saunders, Jason Waterhouse, Jeremy Bachelin, Joao Mello, João Rosa, Jocelyn Keller, Jonas Schagen, Jonathan Ameln, Jono Spurdle, Josh McKnight, Justus Schmidt, Keiran Searle, Lionel Vaucher, Lucien Cujean, Luke Parkinson, Manuel Cunha, Matt Steven, Max Boehme, Max Kohlhoff, Michael Menninger, Michael Seifarth, Mikey Radziejowski, Mikis Psarosfaghis, Next World Energy, Niclas Düring, Nils Åkervall, NZL Sailing Team with Emirates Team New Zealand, Objective Australia, Paul Dagault, Paulo Manso, Peter Burling, Philipp Buhl, Ricardo Schedel, ROFF/Cascais Sailing Team, Romain Bellet, Sam Meech, Shaun Mason, Solomon Krevans, Stewart Dodson, Team Tilt, Ted Hackney, Thomas Mermod, Tom Burton, Tom Gross, Tommy Pastalka, United States, USA45 Racing, Valentin Bellet, Will Tiller

    The Red Bull Youth America's Cup on Championship concluded today with victory for Peter Burling's crew on New Zealand Sailing Team with Emirates Team New Zealand, who prevailed over nine other teamread more

    US and Kiwi teams tied at the top

    by  • 3 September 2013 • America's Cup, America's Cup, American Youth Sailing Force, Andreas Axelsson, Andy Maloney, Antoine Lauriot Prevost, Antonio Mello, Artemis Racing/Swedish Youth Challenge, Arthur Ponroy, Arvid Bild, Ash Hammond, Ben Lezin, Bernardo Freitas, Blair Tuke, Bryan Mettraux, Charlie Bucki, Charlie Ekberg, Cooper Dressler, David Heitzig, David Liebenberg, Edouard-Marie Alikiagaléléi, Erik Heil, Evan Sjostedt, Fang Warren, Full Metal Jacket Racing, Guy Endean, Harry THurston, Hubert Savatier, Ian Andrewes, Inshore, James Wierzbowski, Jason Saunders, Jason Waterhouse, Jeremy Bachelin, Joao Mello, João Rosa, Jocelyn Keller, Jonas Schagen, Jonathan Ameln, Jono Spurdle, Josh McKnight, Justus Schmidt, Keiran Searle, Lionel Vaucher, Lucien Cujean, Luke Parkinson, Manuel Cunha, Matt Steven, Max Boehme, Max Kohlhoff, Michael Menninger, Michael Seifarth, Mikey Radziejowski, Mikis Psarosfaghis, Next World Energy, Niclas Düring, Nils Åkervall, NZL Sailing Team with Emirates Team New Zealand, Objective Australia, Paul Dagault, Paulo Manso, Peter Burling, Philipp Buhl, Ricardo Schedel, ROFF/Cascais Sailing Team, Romain Bellet, Sam Meech, Shaun Mason, Solomon Krevans, Stewart Dodson, Team Tilt, Ted Hackney, Thomas Mermod, Tom Burton, Tom Gross, Tommy Pastalka, United States, USA45 Racing, Valentin Bellet, Will Tiller

    Perhaps it is not surprising, but the complexion of the Red Bull Youth America's Cup is turning out to be similar to that of the main event, with a showdown between the USA and New Zealand.read more

    Strong first day for New Zealand teams

    by  • 2 September 2013 • America's Cup, American Youth Sailing Force, Andreas Axelsson, Andy Maloney, Antoine Lauriot Prevost, Antonio Mello, Artemis Racing/Swedish Youth Challenge, Arthur Ponroy, Arvid Bild, Ash Hammond, Ben Lezin, Bernardo Freitas, Blair Tuke, Bryan Mettraux, Charlie Bucki, Charlie Ekberg, Cooper Dressler, David Heitzig, David Liebenberg, Edouard-Marie Alikiagaléléi, Erik Heil, Evan Sjostedt, Fang Warren, Full Metal Jacket Racing, Gilles Martin-Raget, Guy Endean, Harry THurston, Hubert Savatier, Ian Andrewes, Inshore, James Wierzbowski, Jason Saunders, Jason Waterhouse, Jeremy Bachelin, Joao Mello, João Rosa, Jocelyn Keller, Jonas Schagen, Jonathan Ameln, Jono Spurdle, Josh McKnight, Justus Schmidt, Keiran Searle, Lionel Vaucher, Lucien Cujean, Luke Parkinson, Manuel Cunha, Matt Steven, Max Boehme, Max Kohlhoff, Michael Menninger, Michael Seifarth, Mikey Radziejowski, Mikis Psarosfaghis, Next World Energy, Niclas Düring, Nils Åkervall, NZL Sailing Team with Emirates Team New Zealand, Objective Australia, Paul Dagault, Paulo Manso, Peter Burling, Philipp Buhl, Ricardo Schedel, ROFF/Cascais Sailing Team, Romain Bellet, Sam Meech, Shaun Mason, Solomon Krevans, Stewart Dodson, Team Tilt, Ted Hackney, Thomas Mermod, Tom Burton, Tom Gross, Tommy Pastalka, United States, USA45 Racing, Valentin Bellet, Will Tiller

    After Louis Vuitton Cup it was nice finally to see some racing on San Francisco Bay (as commentator Ken Read accidentally put it) as racing got underway at the Red Bull Youth America's Cup between read more

    Germany the fastest

    by  • 1 September 2013 • America's Cup, America's Cup, American Youth Sailing Force, Andreas Axelsson, Andy Maloney, Antoine Lauriot Prevost, Antonio Mello, Artemis Racing/Swedish Youth Challenge, Arthur Ponroy, Arvid Bild, Ash Hammond, Ben Lezin, Bernardo Freitas, Blair Tuke, Bryan Mettraux, Charlie Bucki, Charlie Ekberg, Cooper Dressler, David Heitzig, David Liebenberg, Edouard-Marie Alikiagaléléi, Erik Heil, Evan Sjostedt, Fang Warren, Full Metal Jacket Racing, Gilles Martin-Raget, Guy Endean, Harry THurston, Hubert Savatier, Ian Andrewes, Inshore, James Wierzbowski, Jason Saunders, Jason Waterhouse, Jeremy Bachelin, Joao Mello, João Rosa, Jocelyn Keller, Jonas Schagen, Jonathan Ameln, Jono Spurdle, Josh McKnight, Justus Schmidt, Keiran Searle, Lionel Vaucher, Lucien Cujean, Luke Parkinson, Manuel Cunha, Matt Steven, Max Boehme, Max Kohlhoff, Michael Menninger, Michael Seifarth, Mikey Radziejowski, Mikis Psarosfaghis, Next World Energy, Niclas Düring, Nils Åkervall, NZL Sailing Team with Emirates Team New Zealand, Objective Australia, Paul Dagault, Paulo Manso, Peter Burling, Philipp Buhl, Ricardo Schedel, ROFF/Cascais Sailing Team, Romain Bellet, Sam Meech, Shaun Mason, Solomon Krevans, Stewart Dodson, Team Tilt, Ted Hackney, Thomas Mermod, Tom Burton, Tom Gross, Tommy Pastalka, United States, USA45 Racing, Valentin Bellet, Will Tiller

    The Red Bull Youth America’s Cup team from Germany, All in Racing, showed brilliant speed on Saturday, posting the fastest time at the Speed Trials, ahead of tomorrow's start of the Red Bull read more

    Watch the Extreme Sailing Series Muscat day three LIVE!

    by  • 7 March 2013 • Alinghi, Andrew Walsh, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Blair Tuke, Bleddyn Mon, Brad Farrant, Bryan Mettraux, Cedric Schmidt, Ed Smyth, Ernesto Bertarelli, extreme 40, Extreme Sailing Series, gac pindar, Graeme Spence, Hans Peter Steinacher, Harry THurston, Hashim Al Rashdi, Inshore, Jerome Clerc, Jes Gram-Hansen, Leigh McMillan, Mark Bulkeley, Mark Lloyd, Matt Cornwell, Matthew Adams, Mikkel Røssberg, Morgan Larson, multihulls, Musab Al Hadi, Muscat, Nasser Al Mashari, Nicolai Sehested, Nils Frei, Oman, Pete Cumming, Pete Greenhalgh, Peter Burling, Pierre Le Clainche, Pierre-Yves Jorand, Rasmus Kostner, Realteam, red bull sailing team, Rob Greenhalgh, Roman Hagara, SAP Extreme Sailing Team, Shaun Mason, Stewart Dodson, Sungwok Kim, Team Duqm Oman, Team Korea, The Wave, Thierry Wasem, Will Howden, William Tiller, Yves Detrey

    Watch the Extreme Sailing Series Muscat LIVE!

    by  • 6 March 2013 • Alinghi, Andrew Walsh, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Blair Tuke, Bleddyn Mon, Brad Farrant, Bryan Mettraux, Cedric Schmidt, Ed Smyth, Ernesto Bertarelli, extreme 40, Extreme Sailing Series, gac pindar, Graeme Spence, Hans Peter Steinacher, Harry THurston, Hashim Al Rashdi, Inshore, Jerome Clerc, Jes Gram-Hansen, Leigh McMillan, Mark Bulkeley, Mark Lloyd, Matt Cornwell, Matthew Adams, Mikkel Røssberg, Morgan Larson, multihulls, Musab Al Hadi, Muscat, Nasser Al Mashari, Nicolai Sehested, Nils Frei, Oman, Pete Cumming, Pete Greenhalgh, Peter Burling, Pierre Le Clainche, Pierre-Yves Jorand, Rasmus Kostner, Realteam, red bull sailing team, Rob Greenhalgh, Roman Hagara, SAP Extreme Sailing Team, Shaun Mason, Stewart Dodson, Sungwok Kim, Team Duqm Oman, Team Korea, The Wave, Thierry Wasem, Will Howden, William Tiller, Yves Detrey

    London 2012: 49er form guide

    by  • 30 July 2012 • 49er, Allan Noerregaard, Ben Rhodes, Bernado Freitas, Blair Tuke, Dinghy, Dionysios Dimou, Emmanuel Dyen, Erik Storck, Francisco Rebello de Andrade, gianfranco sibello, giuseppe angilella, Gordon Cook, Hannes Baumann, Hunter Lowden, Iain Jensen, iker martinez, Jesse Kirkland, Jonas von Geijer, Kalle Bask, Kenji Takahashi, Lauri Lehtinen, Lukasz Przybytek, Matt McGovern, Michail Pateniotis, Nathan Outteridge, Niclas Düring, Nico Luca Marc delle Karth, Nikolaus Leopold Resch, Olympics, Pavle Kostov, Pawel Kolodzinski, Peter Burling, Peter Cupac, Peter Lang, Richard Langdon, Ryan Seaton, Skandia Team GBR, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Stephane Christidis, Stevie Morrison, Tobias Schadewaldt, Trevor Moore, Xabier Fernandez, Yukio Makino, Zander Kirland

    The 49er, the Men’s Olympic skiff is back for the fourth time at the Olympics.read more