• Hannah Mills

    Santiago Lange, Hannah Mills e Saskia Clark sono i Rolex World Sailor of the Year 2016

    by  • 9 November 2016 • 2016, Diario di bordo, Hannah Mills, Premi, Riconoscimenti, Santiago Lange, Saskia Clark, world sailing

    L’8 novembre 2016 a Barcellona, in Spagna, nel corso delle classiche riunioni annuali di World Sailing, la federvela mondiale, sono stati consegnati i Rolex World Sailor of the Year 2016, gli ambiti trofei che premiano i migliori velisti dell’anno. A vincere il premio nella categoria maschile è stato l’argentino Santiago Lange, che assieme alla prodiera

    From gold medals to World Championship titles

    by  • 10 August 2013 • 470, Camille Lecointre, Chunyan Yu, Daniel Wilcox, Dinghy, Doublehanders, Elliot Willis, France, Hannah Mills, Jo Aleh, Luissa Smith, Mat Belcher, Mathilde Geron, Nick Rogers, Nicolas le Berre, Olivia Powrie, Olympics, Panagotis Mantis, Paul Snow-Hansen, Pavlos Kagialis, Pierre Leboucher, Saskia Clark, Will Ryan, Xiaomei Xu

    Mat Belcher/Will Ryan (AUS) finished the Medal Race in 6th place to win the 470 World Championship gold, and Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie (NZL) win their Medal Race to secure victory.read more

    Medal racers decided

    by  • 9 August 2013 • 470, Camille Lecointre, Chunyan Yu, Daniel Wilcox, Dinghy, Doublehanders, Elliot Willis, France, Hannah Mills, Jo Aleh, Luissa Smith, Mat Belcher, Mathilde Geron, Nick Rogers, Nicolas le Berre, Olivia Powrie, Olympics, Panagotis Mantis, Paul Snow-Hansen, Pavlos Kagialis, Pierre Leboucher, Saskia Clark, Will Ryan, Xiaomei Xu

    Two races today and the eight-boat Medal Race line-up is determined, after one of the trickiest race days yet.read more

    Aussies and French hold their positions

    by  • 7 August 2013 • 470, Camille Lecointre, Chunyan Yu, Daniel Wilcox, Dinghy, Doublehanders, Elliot Willis, France, Hannah Mills, Jo Aleh, Luissa Smith, Mat Belcher, Mathilde Geron, Nick Rogers, Nicolas le Berre, Olivia Powrie, Olympics, Panagotis Mantis, Paul Snow-Hansen, Pavlos Kagialis, Pierre Leboucher, Saskia Clark, Will Ryan, Xiaomei Xu

    Some major changes in a shuffle of the leaderboard top 10, with a tricky day of racing delivering contrasting results for teams, as the wind shifted and the pressure continually changed.read more

    Consistent Aussies

    by  • 6 August 2013 • Camille Lecointre, Chunyan Yu, Daniel Wilcox, Dinghy, Elliot Willis, Hannah Mills, Jo Aleh, Mat Belcher, Mathilde Geron, Multimedia, Nick Rogers, Nicolas le Berre, Olivia Powrie, Panagotis Mantis, Paul Snow-Hansen, Pavlos Kagialis, Pierre Leboucher, Saskia Clark, Will Ryan, Xiaomei Xu

    The five race qualification stage today decided the division of teams advancing to the gold, silver and bronze fleets for the finals stage at the 2013 470 World Championships.read more

    Aussies and Kiwis lead

    by  • 5 August 2013 • 470, Camille Lecointre, Chunyan Yu, Daniel Wilcox, Dinghy, Doublehanders, Elliot Willis, France, Hannah Mills, Jo Aleh, Luissa Smith, Mat Belcher, Mathilde Geron, Nick Rogers, Nicolas le Berre, Olivia Powrie, Panagotis Mantis, Paul Snow-Hansen, Pavlos Kagialis, Pierre Leboucher, Saskia Clark, Will Ryan, Xiaomei Xu

    A gusty breeze for the first say of the five race Qualification Stage at the 2013 470 World Championships in La Rochelle, France and there was no surprise to see the Olympic Champions Jo Aleh/Pollyread more

    Mills and Clark back on the campaign trail

    by  • 2 August 2013 • 470, Amy Seabright, Anna Carpnter, Dinghy, Doublehanders, Eilidh Mcintyre, Elliot Willis, French Guiana, Hannah Mills, Jo Freeman, Joe Glanfield, Katie Tomsett, Lindsey Bell, Luke Patience, Nick Rogers, Olympics, Richard Langdon, Saskia Clark, Sophie Weguelin, Womens Sailing

    Olympic silver medallists Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark admit they have ‘a bit on’ when they attempt to defend their World Championship title at next week’s 470 Worlds in La Rocheread more

    Groupe Edmond de Rothschild and The Wave Muscat on fire

    by  • 9 December 2012 • Adam Piggot, Adeline Chatenet, Alex Welter, Alinghi, Andre Mirsky, Andrew Walsh, Anna Tunnicliffe, Antoine Joubert, Bernard Labro, Brazil, Bruno Jeanjean, Charlie Ogletree, Diogo Cayolla, Ed Smyth, Ernesto Bertarelli, extreme 40, Extreme Sailing Series, gac pindar, Graeme Spence, Groupe Edmond de Rothschild, Hannah Mills, Hans Peter Steinacher, Hashim Al Rashdi, Hervé Cunningham, Ian Williams, Inshore, Jean-Christophe Mourniac, Jean-Sebastien Ponce, Jes Gram-Hansen, Jonas Hviid, Lars Grael, Leigh McMillan, Marco Grael, Mark Bulkeley, Mark Ivey, Mark Lloyd, Matthew Adams, Max Bulger, Morgan Larson, multihulls, Nasser Al Mashari, Nils Frei, Oman Air, Pete Cumming, Pete Greenhalgh, Philippe Mourniac, Pierre Le Clainche, Pierre Pennec, Pierre-Yves Jorand, Rachel Williamson, Rasmus Kostner, red bull sailing team, Roman Hagara, SAP Extreme Sailing Team, Simon Hiscocks, Tanguy Cariou, Team Brasil, the wave muscat, torben grael, Will Howden, Yves Detrey, ZouLou

    On a day that saw winds gusting to above 20 knots, Groupe Edmond de Rothschild is finding her best form of the season, and leads into the Extreme Sailing Series Rio finale tomorrow on 144read more

    Drama for Ainslie

    by  • 6 April 2012 • 470, 49er, Andrew Simpson, Ben Ainslie, Dinghy, Dominik Zycki, Doublehanders, Elliot 6, finn, Hamish Pepper, Hannah Mills, Iain Percy, Jim Turner, Krystal Weir, laser, Laser Standard, Luke Patience, Malcolm Page, Mat Belcher, Mateusz Kusnierewicz, Nick Thompson, Olympics, Paul Goodison, Pierre Leboucher, Pierre-Antoine Ponsot, Rick Tomlinson, Sam Kivell, Saskia Clark, Skandia Team GBR, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Sophie Ainsworth, Sophie Weguelin, Spain, star, Stuart Bithell, Vincent Garos, Will Ryan, Xavier Rohart • 0 Comments

    Ben Ainslie has won the Finn class at the Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia Mapfre, but the British Olympic legend's day didn't go entirely to plan.read more

    Ben Ainslie back in charge

    by  • 3 April 2012 • 470, 49er, Andrew Simpson, Ben Ainslie, Dinghy, Dominik Zycki, Doublehanders, Elliot 6, finn, Hamish Pepper, Hannah Mills, Iain Percy, Jesus Renedo, Jim Turner, Krystal Weir, laser, Laser Standard, Luke Patience, Malcolm Page, Mat Belcher, Mateusz Kusnierewicz, Nick Thompson, Olympics, Paul Goodison, Pierre Leboucher, Pierre-Antoine Ponsot, Sam Kivell, Saskia Clark, Skandia Team GBR, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Sophie Ainsworth, Sophie Weguelin, Spain, star, Stuart Bithell, Vincent Garos, Will Ryan, Xavier Rohart • 0 Comments

    After a light opening day, conditions improved on the Bay of Palma today at the Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mapfre with all scheduled races completed by mid-afternoon.read more