• vladimir liubomirov

    First victory for Synergy Russian Sailing Team

    by  • 6 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, Jo Grindley, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Mathieu Richard, Multimedia, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    Racing went down to the wire in Portugal, the closest RC44 event for many seasons. Five boats were in contention for the top spot going into the final day of racing.read more

    Katusha edges ahead

    by  • 5 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, Jo Grindley, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Mathieu Richard, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    The penultimate day of racing at the RC44 Cascais Cup in Portugal saw a new name at the top of the leaderboard.read more

    Peninsula Petroleum into the lead

    by  • 4 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Mathieu Richard, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    With six races completed at the RC44 Cascais Cup it was all change on the leaderboard as Peninsula Petroleum claimed the top spot and Team Aqua dropped to fourth.read more

    Light breeze, big swell

    by  • 3 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, Jo Grindley, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Mathieu Richard, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    A two metre swell and light breeze that never topped 8 knots, demanded maximum concentration from the owner drivers on the first day of fleet racing at the RC44 Cascais Cup.read more

    Team Aqua the class act

    by  • 2 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, Jo Grindley, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Match Racing, Mathieu Richard, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    The penultimate round of the 2013 RC44 Championship Tour in Cascais, Portugal kicked off with a day of match racing.read more

    12 teams for Cascais

    by  • 2 October 2013 • Aegir Racing, Andy Horton, artemis racing, Brian Benjamin, Bronenosec Sailing Team, Cameron Appleton, Chris Bake, David Murphy, Ed Baird, Gennadi Timchenko, Iain Percy, Ian Williams, Inshore, ironbound, Jo Grindley, John Bassadone, Katusha, Kirill Podolsky, massimo barranco, Match Racing, Mathieu Richard, Nico Martinez, One Designs, Patrick de Barros, Paul Goodison, Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, Portugal, RC44, RUS-7 Sail Racing Team, russell coutts, Serguei Chevtsov, synergy russian sailing team, Team Aqua, Team Cascais–Aleph Racing, Team Italia, Team Nika, Tomislav Basic, Tommaso Chieffi, Torbjorn Tornqvist, Valentin Zavadnikov, Vasco Vascotto, vladimir liubomirov, Vladimir Prosikhin

    Hosting the RC44 class for the second consecutive year, Cascais in Portugal will be the penultimate event of the 2013 RC44 Championship Tour.read more

    International gathering

    by  • 24 July 2013 • Ambersail, Andy Meiklejohn, bella mente, bronenosec, carlo borlenghi, Dee Smith, Geoff Boettcher, Hap Fauth, Ian Moore, John Cutler, Maxis, mike sanderson, mini maxi, Niklas Zennstrom, Offshore, Royal Ocean Racing Club, Secret Men's Business, Simonis Stepanacius, United Kingdom, vladimir liubomirov, Will Best

    The biggest and best offshore racing boats from around the world will be descending on the Solent for the start of the Rolex Fastnet Race, beginning from Cowes on Sunday, 11 August.read more

    World titles for Bronenosec and Samantaga

    by  • 19 July 2013 • Accomplice, Alan Hill, Best Buddies, bronenosec, Chris Frost, Daniel Baum, Edward Leask, Elan, Francesco Mongelli, Graham Sunderland, Harald Baum, Inshore, Knights of Crevichon, Koen Verhaekghe Dee Naeyer, Kurt Arrigo, Magical Mystery Tour, Magnus Leask, Mike Broughton, Mynx, Nacho Postigo, No Limits, Petite Flame, Ray Mitchell, Rientz Bol, Sir Peter Ogden, Swan 45, Swans, Tsar Peter, UK Regattas, United Kingdom, vladimir liubomirov

    Winning with a race to spare Vladimir Liubomirov helming his Swan 60 Bronenosec (RUS) took the inaugural title of Gazprom Swan 60 World Champion with 6 solid firsts across 12 races.read more

    Hunting for breeze

    by  • 18 July 2013 • Accomplice, Alan Hill, Best Buddies, bronenosec, Chris Frost, Daniel Baum, Edward Leask, Elan, Francesco Mongelli, Graham Sunderland, Harald Baum, Inshore, Knights of Crevichon, Koen Verhaekghe Dee Naeyer, Kurt Arrigo, Magical Mystery Tour, Magnus Leask, Mike Broughton, Mynx, Nacho Postigo, No Limits, One Designs, Petite Flame, Ray Mitchell, Rientz Bol, Sir Peter Ogden, Swan 45, Swans, Tsar Peter, UK Regattas, United Kingdom, vladimir liubomirov

    For the fourth day of racing at the Gazprom Swan European Regatta, Gazprom Swan 60 World Championship and Swan 45 World Championship 2013 the main focus for all crews and the Royal Yacht Squadron Rread more

    Leasks on a roll

    by  • 17 July 2013 • Accomplice, bronenosec, Chris Frost, Daniel Baum, Dinghy, Edward Leask, Elan, Harald Baum, Knights of Crevichon, Kurt Arrigo, Magical Mystery Tour, Magnus Leask, No Limits, Ray Mitchell, Rientz Bol, Royal Yacht Squadron, Sir Peter Ogden, Swan 45, Swans, UK Regattas, United Kingdom, vladimir liubomirov

    Leaders of the Gazprom Swan European Regatta, Gazprom Swan 60 World Championship and Swan 45 World Championship 2013 have cemented their pole positions after another day of British heatwave onditioread more