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Wearn secures sailing gold, Rindom wishing she’d done the same

Matt Wearn has wrapped up the gold medal in the Men’s One Person Dinghy – Laser at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition, making him the third consecutive Australian to have achieved the feat. Denmarks’ Anne-Marie Rindom could have done the same in the Women’s One Person Dinghy – Laser Radial, but for a big […]

First Tracks storm home to take win

Peter Merrington and his team of Ian McKillop and Steve “Mothy” Jarvin on First Tracks AUS1485 took the wins in the Etchells Australian Nationals and the Australasian Championships on Sunday 13 June winning the final race of the regatta over Martin Hill’s Lisa Rose AUS1484, and Mark Bradford’s Pie AUS947 which were also the overall […]

SailGP Taranto: United States and Japan dominate shorthanded F50 sailing

Featured Image by Bob Martin for SailGP TARANTO – June 5, 2021 – Hundreds of on-water spectators and a packed shoreline witnessed the return of Jimmy Spithill’s United States SailGP Team and Nathan Outteridge’s Japan SailGP Team as they dominated the opening day of the Italy Sail Grand Prix in the vibrant Southern Italy city […]

Sail Port Stephens – Flashback Friday

Sail Port Stephens wrapped up on Sunday after a week of racing that saw over 180 boats including a fleet of Sabots, through to the “big guns” in the Pantaenius NSW IRC Championships. Port Stephens as a venue is incredible, and Sail Port Stephens is another level above, and that is in a year when […]

Pantaenius Port Stephens Trophy racing kicks off at Sail Port Stephens

The world would’ve watched in utter amazement today as 130 yachts lined up for the opening spell of a massive weekend of racing at Sail Port Stephens 2021, the Panteanius Port Stephens Trophy end of the regatta. Spinnakers lined the entire bay, cheek and jowl, in a spectacle that turned the clock back to pre-COVID […]

West is best for the kick off of the Pantaenius Port Stephens Trophy

The Pantaenius Port Stephens Trophy, the second half of Sail Port Stephens will kick off today with a fleet of 130 boats in a westerly breeze starting at 15 knots, set to ease all day.  The majority of the fleet is heading offshore, with the Flagstaff Performance Cruising and Racing divisions starting off Nelson Bay […]

Sail Port Stephens: 108 boats set to sparkle once again

The final day of the Bannisters Port Stephens Commodore’s Cup is here already, and for the third day in a row, the 108 boats will start off the Nelson Bay breakwall in a westerly breeze.   Today, instead of the spinnaker starts we have enjoyed over the past two days, we will see the fleet head […]

Simply Stunning Sail Port Stephens

Sail Port Stephens got underway today, with over 100 boats setting off under spinnaker on the sparkling waters of Nelson Bay, right off the break wall. The armada of colour headed East against an incoming tide in a light south-westerly breeze, with a pod of dolphins also joining in at times to enjoy the action. […]

Flying TP52 start sets up perfect finish for SailFest Newcastle

Newcastle Harbour has hosted sailing regattas for over 175 years, but never has it witnessed a sight more exciting or nail-biting than this – eight grand-prix TP52s planing across the line under spinnaker, fanned by 25 knots of wild, wild sou-westerly. It was the perfect start to the closing day of Sailfest Newcastle 2021, especially […]


Once again Emirates Team New Zealand has entered the history books and won the America’s Cup for New Zealand for the fourth time. On day 7 of the 36th America’s Cup presented by PRADA, the Kiwis scored the 7th point they needed to raise the Auld Mug in front of thousands of spectators . A […]



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