Paralympic 2012 sailing starts tomorrow | Report & commentary …

British sailors put in solid performances in Beijing, but the lack of medal success meant that Sailing did not grasp the headlines. Nonetheless, the experience paid dividends for the team, who have secured positive results at

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Kiel Sailing City prepares – Yachts and Yachting Online

Sailing account as it happens. The first place to desist for reports, results, fixtures & photographs from racing sailing. There are a good cross division of Olympic class sailors, mainly from the Tornado such as Yann Guichard (Spindrift racing) who was fourth in Sydney in 2000, (behind…

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J/Report Articles: Dennis Conner- Mr America's Cup- Sailing J/105 NA's

(San Diego, California)- The J/105 Class latest owner, Dennis Conner, recently had an interview with the J/105 Class and shared his thoughts on his newest nimble as well as his sailing career. When asked “It needs a little help because it hasn't been sailed much,” he admitted. The…

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Preview: 2012 Paralympic Games | Olympic and … – US Sailing

will journey in the Two Person Keelboat, the SKUD-18. This is the first Games “We've been sailing against each other for years now, so you know who is doing what and who is the better sailor,” said LeBlanc. “My goals for this

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“Learning the Ropes”: Sailing Into Legal Project Management — Slaw

All of those expensive, complex, and absurdly named parts have to toil together properly for a sailboat to even approach maximum performance. The sailors, too, must practice for years to extract maximum performance from

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Weymouth Speedweek 2012 – Boards Windsurfing

Weymouth Speed Week is the oldest and longest-running speed sailing milestone in the world. Held annually since 1972, it has challenged sailors of a wide diversify of wind-powered craft to journey as quick as they can above a distance

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