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New Moth Wing image - Built for Bora Gulari in Canada

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From photographer Thierry Martinez a photo of First Moth Wing built at Object 2 Skiff Works in Toronto for Bora Gulari (USA), 2009 Moth World Champion.

The wing have been designed by Magnus Clark(CAN) and Steve Killing (CAN), Magnus was crew for Fred Eaton’s C Class winner of 2010 C Class world Championship.  more...


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Chicago Match Race : VanTol wins 71st Richardson Trophy

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Windy City was not so windy again today, allowing Semi-Final and Consolation Rounds but only a one-match sudden death Final and Petit-Final In an exciting one-match sudden-death Final, Bayview YCs Chris VanTol and his crew of John VanTol, Michael ... more...


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CMRC Match Race Championship : 11 teams to race for 71st Richardson Trophy

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World's second oldest match race challenge trophy to be contested over October 8-10th at Chicago Match Race Center Eleven teams from six member clubs of the Yacht Racing Union of the Great Lakes (YRUGL) will converge tomorrow through October 10th at the Chicago Match Race Center (CMRC) for the annual match race challenge for the Richardson Trophy. This trophy was established in 1912 by Commodore S. O. Richardson, Jr., of the Toledo Yacht Club, who donated a Tiffany silver trophy to encourage match sail yacht racing between substantial yachts representing various of the Great Lakes. This year's event will be the 71st competition since 1912, held annually in post-war years since 1951. more...


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Wilson and Hood Armed and Ready to compete in 2010 Canada's Cup

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Chicago, IL – Each of the two teams readying to compete in next week’s 2010 International Championship Match Race Series for the Canada’s Cup are both well-armed with talent to engage in three days of match race combat: the crew lists for Grant Hood’s challenging Vincere team from Canada’s Port Credit YC and for Don Wilson’s Team Chicago Match Race Center racing on Convexity bristle with America’s Cup, Olympic, and World Championship talent. Talent at this caliber is suitable for the Canada’s Cup, a symbol of sailing supremacy on the Great Lakes since its inception by the Royal Canadian YC in 1896 as a challenge trophy between representative yachts clubs of the US and Canada. more...


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Traverse Area Community Sailing (TACS)

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There is a group of dedicated individuals in Northwest ‘Lower’ Michigan who have brought Traverse Area Community Sailing (TACS) from a meager start in 1994 with borrowed boats and volunteer instructors to a vibrant and growing program that proudly serves the Grand Traverse region. We now have a fleet of 80+ small boats and have recently expanded our programs to include High School Racing, Adaptive Sailing, Rowing, and open sailing 5 nights a week. We have a dedicated staff of USSailing certified instructors, most of which are TACS alums. TACS is led by an all volunteer Board of Directors and several have been involved from the beginning. more

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Chicago Match Race Center’s Autumn Open B - Rebound and a win

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After losing twice in the Round Robins to event leader and CMRC newcomer Wataru Sakamoto (JPN), CMRC Founder Don Wilson (USA) and his team of Eric Doyle, Bill Hardesty and Matt Cassidy rebounded to win in an exciting 3-0 Final to take the Chicago Match Race Center’s (CMRC) Autumn Open B regatta. This is Wilson’s second Grade 3 win of the year after winning the CMRC Spring Invitational in May. more...


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Chicago Match Racing Center's Autumn Open A - Hardesty leads in bluste

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Chicago Match Racing Center (CMRC)'s Autumn Open A - The Windy City lived up to its name today as gusty southwest winds hitting 25 knots brought thrills and spills to competitors and spectators alike in the first day of the ISAF Grade 3 Chicago Match Race Center’s (CMRC) Autumn Open A regatta.

Top-seeded Bill Hardesty (USA) and his Team Line Honors performed best in the blustery breeze, earning an undefeated 9-0 score to lead the group of ten teams from four nations in Round Robin action today.



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Melges 24 North Americans - Adam Burns leads after day one

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Melges 24 North American Championship 2010 being hosted by the Rochester Yacht Club on Lake Ontario got off to a flying start with an opening day featuring clear blue skies, hot sunshine and a warm easterly wind that gradually built from six knots to around 17 knots through the day.

When the boats first got to the race area the wind was sub-six knots but after an 85 minute postponement race one was underway on a one mile windward leeward course with six knots from 170 degrees.


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UP NEXT – 2010 E Scow National Championships

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Every 5 years, the NCESA packs up and makes way to Little Egg Harbor, NJ for its annual National Championship.  For those who have been to Little Egg Harbor, it might be the best natural venue possible for racing E Scows in the country; with is wide open waters, steady and reliable seabreeze and great social activities, there is a reason the class puts this venue on the calender repeatedly.  more...


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Worlds Training and Buddy Melges Challenge

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With the Match Racing Worlds quickly approaching (Sept 20-25 in Newport, RI), we’re one week into a month of intense training in preparation for the big event. ]Last week we trained in Sonars with our world championship team of Liz Hall on the bow, Alice Manard trimming jib and calling tactics, and Jenn Chamberlin trimming main and kite.  We had a great USSTAG training camp at the US Sailing Center in Sheboygan with coach Luther Carpenter, American teammate Sally Barkow and Lucy Macgregor’s team from GBR, who are currently ranked #1 in the ISAF rankings.  more...


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Sep 9, Student sails the Great Lakes, studies science

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When Carl Mattson of Gun Plain Township tells people about his summer, he can always mention the time he got to steer a tall ship through rough water in northern Lake Superior...more...

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Light Winds, 3-1, First Day, Buddy Melges Challenge

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September 9, 2010
Sheboygan, WI
 
Racing got underway very early today at the Buddy Melges Challenge, with the first race just after 9am. The temperature was in the low 50's but the wind was steady, blowing around 6kts. We had a great morning with some good racing.  We finished the day 3-1 in our group, and we have two more races tomorrow to finish the round robin off.  more...


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New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup U.S. Qualifying Series : Bayview leads standings

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After two days and 12 Races Bayview Yacht Club’s leads 24 yacht clubs in The New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup U.S. Qualifying Series, advancing to the championship series among 12 teams for Friday and Saturday.

As of Thursday, Bayview Yacht Club of Detroit was in first-place against 23 other premier yacht clubs invited to participate in the New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup qualifying series and advances to the championship series, it was announced Thursday. more

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Teens spend week sailing across Lake Michigan

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Two Lake County teens returned from a week-long sailing excursion across Lake Michigan just in time for the start of school.

Evelyn Ritter, a 17-year-old senior at Libertyville High School and Jordan Kolpas, a 17-year-old senior at Deerfield High School, arrived at Burnham Harbor in Chicago Aug. 20 after spending a week aboard the schooner Inland Seas sailing across Lake Michigan as part of the Shedd Aquarium's Semester for the Great Lakes Program. more...



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Area cruisers answer call of distant ports

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Ralph Mudge of Irondequoit sails White Bird on Lake Ontario. Two years ago, Mudge and his wife Joanne sailed from Rochester to the Bahamas and back over 10 months.Aided by technology, some local sailing enthusiasts have made distant ports their destination when leaving Rochester and wandering out onto the lake. They call themselves "cruisers," and for them the getting-there is as important as the journey's end.  more...


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