Finn Lynch of Ireland wins a race in the gold fleet series at the Sailing World Championships. He is competing in the laser event of the Championship. He is gearing up to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and wants to win a medal for Ireland in this event. It looks like his preparations are going in the right direction.
Despite the light winds at the gold fleet series race, Finn was able to show the world how to race in such conditions. He had an emphatic victory and he needs to do more to prove his mettle. This gold fleet series is a four-race event that is held after six qualification races.
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The 2017 US Sailing Championship of Champions was a test of teamwork as well as skills and this is where Steve Benjamin as skipper along with his crew with members like Christopher Larson and Phil Trinter were victorious.
The race spanned three days in Sonar and there were about thirteen champions of the one design class category who were selected for the race. The champions of this race are awarded the Jack Brown Trophy.
In the race Benjamin’s team was able to outperform the team skippered by Chris Raab, who had been 2010 champion of this race. This win for Benjamin is the first in achieving the Jack Brown Trophy. The first seven races that were held at this championship saw Raab have a lead with his crew members. This team had won the 2017 Lido National Championship this year, which helped them qualify for this race. There is a special guest provision added to this sailing event by US Sailing every year. Benjamin and his team were recipients of this invitation and they were able to make the most of this opportunity. Continue reading “2017 US Sailing Championship Of Champions”
The 25th International Optimist Regatta event took place from June 16 to 18 in Saint Thomas, USVI.
The event was a very successful one with a record 119 sailors taking part in the three-day extravaganza. The sailors arrived at St. Thomas from all over the USA, the British Virgin Islands, Antigua, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Michael Callahan puts up a stupendous show during the racing event and top scored in three races out of the 10 races. This is a huge achievement for Callahan and this helped him take the honors and win the title. He won the event in the 89-boat Red/Blue/Green fleet. He enjoyed a comfortable 7 point win over the second placed brother Justin. The third position went to Stephen Baker.
The young sailors in the age group of 7 to 15 years were given the chance to race in the advanced fleet or the beginner fleet. They were split as ages 13 to 15, Red group, ages 10 and under in white group, ages 11 and 12 in the blue group, green group or beginner group. Continue reading “25th International Optimist Regatta Won By Callahan”
“Running on Waves” is a passenger sailing vessel of premium class.
The company has announced the appointment of Venture Marketing as marketing and sales representative in India. Venture Marketing will not take care of operations of Running on Waves in India.
The premium vessel is 64 m long (209 ft) and has the capacity holding 42 guests in unsuited cabins 18 in numbers. The company offers charters as well as Cruise to the client for ashore sailing in countries like Italy, Greece, Malta, Turkey, Cyprus, France, Albania, Spain, Montenegro, Croatia, Lebanon, Egypt, Israel and other countries that are easy to reach
Chief Commercial Officer of Running on Waves Konstantin Smirnov, said, “For cruising India has been a growing market and for experiential clients we would like to present a unique product. For those who love experiencing new things in the segment, Running on Waves is a wonderful product.”
“We are overwhelmed to join hands with Venture Marketing; the team of Venture Marketing will help the product to get right audience. The company has a good understanding and knowledge of the industry” he said. Continue reading “VM Will Represent ROV In India”
NCC Directorate of Gujarat has organized a sailing expedition in which 40 NCC cadets will participate and will cover a distance of 702 KMs.
The name of the event has been kept as “Dwarkadheesh Sea Sailing Expedition”. The event will start on 15 January 2017 and will go for 12 days. 30 members of boys NCC and 10 from senior girls NCC will form the team of forty.
Wing commander and defense spokesperson Abhishek Matiman said, “The objective of sailing expedition is to promote adventure sense in NCC cadet. NCC cadets are also the part of the Indian defense system and thus they too should get exposed adventure activity like this.”
Matiman further said that the expedition will not only be an adventure trip, but also an education trip as while the sailing, the locals of Saurashtra region will see how coastal guards are involved in national security and how they work. Continue reading “NCC Will Take 702 KM Sailing”