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Aug 14 2013

The German "fleet of hope" 2013 returned to port

The German "fleet of hope" 2013 returned to port

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July 26 2013

Extreme Sailing Series™: Opening day in Porto delivers ‘best racing’ of season so far

 

Opening day in Porto delivers ‘best racing’ of season so far
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-   Leigh McMillan stakes early claim with four race wins for The Wave, Muscat
-   Realteam gunning for first ever podium result with Pierre Pennec at the helm
-   New boys on the block Team Tilt and ROFF Cascais Sailing Team make Extreme Sailing Series™ debut
-   Series organisers OC Sport announce global partnership with the Blue Marine Foundation as ‘Environmental Partner’. Read more online.
-   Watch tomorrow’s action on the live video stream from 1700 local time (1800 CEST) as the fleet move into Stadium Racing mode
An epic nine races were sailed in open sea on the opening day of the Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 5 in Porto, with plenty of hull flying, close mark roundings and even a man overboard for the local boys on ROFF Cascais Sailing Team to keep the on water umpire team busy. Despite hydraulics problems for The Wave, Muscat before racing had even started the defending champions were on fire, winning the opening race before going on to a further three race wins staking an early lead in Porto. Never letting them far from their sights however was Pierre Pennec who returns to the Series at the helm of Realteam, leading the Swiss entry to an impressive three race wins and showing everyone why he is one of the most formidable skippers in the fleet ahead of tomorrow’s Stadium Racing.
13 knots of breeze that built to 15 knots for the final race gave the teams a chance to stretch their sails and push their carbon fibre catamarans hard around the course, with each race lasting an average of 14 minutes, conditions McMillan relished. “We had fantastic sailing today in great conditions so we’ve really been able to really push the boats. It’s been a tough day with tight competition and we sailed well.”
Pierre Pennec didn’t take long to find his Extreme 40 feet again, having last raced in the Series in 2012, and three race wins sees them just four points behind The Wave, Muscat. Analysing their performance dockside, Pennec commented, “It has been a good day for Realteam. The team are good and highly motivated. We have progressed well both upwind and downwind today and also technically and with the communication between us, so it was a good first day. When we had good starts we were ahead and when we didn’t we still managed to do well, so the moral of the story is that you have to get good starts to do well in this kind of racing.” A win in the final race of the day for current Series leaders Alinghi, with temporary helm Morgan Larson in charge here in Porto, sees the Swiss America’s Cup winners head into tomorrow’s stadium in third place.
The new faces to the Series onboard Team Tilt showed they can mix it up with the more experienced skippers on their first ever day of Extreme 40 racing, even posting a race win in the third race of the day before a string of top three results. Skipper Lucien Cujean commented, “It’s really cool! It’s very different as the races are short, but it is very impressive and there some of the best sailors are here. I think the strategy will be to make some good starts and keep doing what we’re doing.”
It wasn’t all plain sailing today and the local contingent on ROFF Cascais Sailing Team found just how challenging Extreme 40 racing can be, losing their bowman Paulo Manso overboard in the seventh race of the day. A quick recovery for the team meant they managed to finish the race but went on to suffer further gennaker problems, as skipper Antonio Mello explained; “We had a problem unfurling the gennacker so Paulo tried to get to the end of the bowsprit and he fell in the water. We managed to get him back onboard pretty quickly but couldn’t fix the problem which forced us to retire from the final race of the day.”
SAP Extreme Sailing Team and Red Bull Sailing Team both kept it clean today, posting a string of consistent results and head into the Stadium tied on points in fourth place, while GAC Pindar struggled in the open water, finishing the day in seventh.
The official Act 5 press conference took place today at Douro Marina where the eight international skippers were introduced to over 30 local, international, regional and local media, with more expected to attend the event over the remaining days including national Portuguese broadcaster RTP2, who will broadcast the Stadium Racing live from the race village on Friday and Saturday.
Ahead of today’s racing, Series orgainsers OC Sport also announced a global partnership with the Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) as ‘Environmental Partner’ to OC Sport and its properties, including the Extreme Sailing Series. Historically and today, OC Sport’s projects have a strong link to water, whether they are taking place on the water or off water, and this new partnership is a natural fit for OC Sport and BLUE who are focused on the marine crisis facing our planet. Read more online.
Tomorrow and for the next three days it’s Stadium Racing for the fleet and there is plenty of anticipation dockside for what SAP Extreme Sailing Team co-skipper Jes Gram Hansen described as “one of the best racecourses I have ever sailed on” in this morning’s press conference. Follow the racing on the official event website www.extremesailingseries.com and watch it LIVE online from 1700 local time tomorrow.
Extreme Sailing Series 2013 Act 5, Porto standings after Day 1, 9 races (25.7.13)
Position / Team / Points
1st The Wave, Muscat (OMA) Leigh McMillan, Ed Smyth, Pete Greenhalgh, Musab Al Hadi, Hashim Al Rashdi 78 points.
2nd Realteam (SUI) Pierre Pennec, Bryan Mettraux, Nils Palmieri, Cédric Schmidt, Thierry Wassem 74 points.
3rd Alinghi (SUI) Morgan Larson, Ben Lezin, Pierre Yves Jorand, Nils Frei, Yves Detrey 66 points.
4th SAP Extreme Sailing Team (DEN) Jes Gram-Hansen, Rasmus Køstner, Pete Cumming, Mikkel Røssberg, Nicolai Sehested 58 points.
5th Red Bull Sailing Team (AUT) Roman Hagara, Hans Peter Steinacher, Matthew Adams, Simon Cooke, Graeme Spence 58 points.
6th Team Tilt (SUI) Lucien Cujean, Jocelyn Keller, Jeremy Bachelin, Thomas Mermod, Jonas Schagen 51 points.
7th GAC Pindar (NZL) Will Tiller, Brad Farrand, Stewart Dodson, Harry Thurston, Shaun Mason 47 points.
8th ROFF Cascais Sailing Team (POR) António Mello, Bernardo Freitas, João Mello, Ricardo Schedel, João Matos Rosa 33 points.

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Mar 20 2013

Oman Sail to kick off busy Multi One Design season with Round Ireland Record attempt

Oman Sail to kick off busy Multi One Design season with Round Ireland Record attempt

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Aug 28 2012

Energy Team Fourth in the fleet racing

Energy Team Fourth in the fleet racing

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May 16 2012

America´s Cup World Series: Loick Peyron back at the helm in Venice

America's Cup World Series 2012

Thursday, 10th May 2012

The next stage of the America's Cup World Series will be taking place in Venice from 15th to 20th May in front of the magnificent St. Mark’s Square. Aboard the French one-design boat, there will be a switchover between Yann Guichard and Loïck Peyron with the latter back at the helm of the Energy Team AC45. Loïck Peyron, who arrived in the City of Canals on Tuesday, will be in charge of the boat, while Yann Guichard takes over as coach. Since arriving in Venice, the French team has been based in the old Venice Yacht Club on St. George’s Island. As for the crew, the line-up will be as follows: Loïck Peyron (skipper-helmsman), Arnaud Psarofaghis (wing trimmer), Christophe André (Bowman), Devan Le Bihan (Midbow) and Arnaud Jarlegan (headsail trimmer). Loïck Peyron tells us more about what we can expect during the forthcoming week in Italy.


Loïck, how will Energy Team be working in Venice?
Loïck Peyron: "It will be more or less the reverse of what we saw in Naples: I’ll be at the helm and Yann will be with us at the start to offer his viewpoint. Exactly as we did in Naples, but with the roles reversed. This is what we had planned, as Yann has a schedule he needs to keep to with his MOD 70 and it’s a good idea to change things, as that means we always keep an open outlook. While we may not have the required funding for the moment, at least we have skilled sailors, who are able to adapt. For me, it is important to take the helm of the AC45 again, in order to continue to feel what it is like and keep up with the ideas. As for the organisation, our little shore team is already busy assembling the boat. I shall be arriving on Tuesday 8th and we will have a good week’s worth of training before racing begins."

There have been some changes to the programme in particular with the match race event...
LP: "Yes, the rules have changed and that’s a good thing. In Naples for example, it was all very sudden with elimination after just one duel. That gave rise to some strange results, with Spithill finishing seventh, for example. In Venice, from the quarter finals, it will be the best of three or in other words two wins if you prefer. To sum up, we shall be sailing much more. Another change is that the fleet race on Super Sunday now has a weighting of three instead of five. That means that the other races during the week will count more. This need for consistency is something that suits us."

What do you think about the line-up? Did you get a clearer picture from what you saw in Naples?
LP: "We really expected Prada to be a strong team... and they were even better than expected. Their skipper Chris Draper was previously at the helm of the Korean boat a few months back. And the Italian team managed to train with two boats. Even if they entered the circuit late, they have already sailed more than us. That is a good thing to open things up with stronger competition, even if it makes things tougher for us. Look at Nathan Outteridge, who came from the 49er and foiler moth circuits: he has done some great stuff, with all the enthusiasm you expect from a youngster… and that’s good too. It offers us even more proof that this Cup is going through a revolution in every sense of the term: there is a generational change, with the Cup no longer reserved just for those, who have come from match racing.”

What are the characteristics of the sailing area in Venice?
LP: “In Venice, anything can happen. I know a little about the waters here having raced aboard Oman Sail in an Extreme 40 event and because it was here that the Round Europe races started, when I raced on Fuji. These waters are extremely tricky, as there are so many different parameters and local effects. You really have to grab every opportunity. During the first two days, we’ll be racing outside off the Lido, but for the final three days and Sunday’s big race, we shall be inside just off St. Mark’s Square. This is going to be truly magnificent, even if we know that the race area is going to be complicated to deal with, as it is not very big at all. On an Extreme 40, the race area was already quite small, so on an AC45... But I enjoy this sort of challenge and in this legendary setting, it’s going to be a marvellous experience. Usually, the winds are quite light there and we may well have to fit the wing extensions."

So is Energy Team hoping for a place on the podium?
LP: "Yes of course. It’s always our goal to be up there on the podium. It has to be. Even if we are a bit behind in terms of training and the means at our disposal, that isn’t going to stop us from aiming high, as anything can happen in these races. We saw that clearly in Naples: the results are extremely close and the standard is getting higher and higher. The top teams and the others are now much closer, which is quite logical and only to be expected. The starts and the five minutes leading up to them are going to be crucial."

What is the crew line-up for Energy Team in this first event in Venice?
LP : “Skipper-helmsman: Loïck Peyron, Arnaud Psarofaghis on the wing, Devan Le Bihan mid-bow, Arnaud Jarlegan will be trimming the headsails and Christophe André out on the bow.”

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May 11 2012

Damen übernehmen das Kommando - NRV Damen Regatta 2012

Zu Beginn der Regattasaison heißt es traditionell „Frauen an die Pinne“ beim NRV. Bei der 52. Damen Drachen-Regatta hatte Kerstin Beucke die Bugspitze vorn.

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Apr 19 2012

The Bagad of Lann-Bihoué celebrates ist 60th anniversary!

The Bagad of Lann-Bihoué celebrates ist 60th anniversary!

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Feb 14 2012

French Victory in the first leg of Sailing Arabia - The Tour

French victory in the first leg of Sailing Arabia – the Tour

The first leg of Sailing Arabia – the Tour concluded in darkness in Doha, Qatar, last night (13 February) with Daniel Souben’s Courrier Dunkerque claiming a leg one victory for the all-French team.
Souben’s crew led the nine-strong fleet from start to finish, rounding the windward top mark in clear air ahead of closest rivals Bertrand Pace on Team Commercial Bank (QATAR), and Cedric Pouligny, Team BAE Systems (OMA).
Souben continued to pile on the pressure in fast downwind sailing conditions and eventually crossed the finish line 31min 32sec ahead of Team BAE Systems with Team Commercial Bank finishing a close third.

The yachts started the first leg from Manama, Bahrain with a fresh 20 knot northerly promising an exciting downhill run all the way to Doha but with the wind forecast to ease throughout the race, early pace was the key and it was here Souben’s crew excelled.
Despite the gap between Souben and Pouligny at the finish the remainder of fleet remained tightly packed for most of the race with little opportunity for tactics or cunning to come into play. Souben commented:
“We’re very happy with the win and I am pleased with the way my crew sailed. Winning the start and getting around the top mark with clear wind was important and we achieved that. The downwind conditions were perfect and we were able to sail clear of the fleet and stay out in front.”
Souben says that despite the 31minute winning margin his crew remain wary of the potential of Team BAE Systems and Team Commercial Bank and will have to fight hard to maintain their record.
Cedric Pouligny, who is skippering the same Omani crew that finished fifth in the 2011 Tour du France a la Voile onboard Team BAE Systems, commented:
“It was a great start. Most of the racing was downwind all the way to the finish line so it was quick – I would say it was pretty perfect sailing conditions for the first leg”.
“There was a pretty close battle between us, Team Commercial Bank and Team Renaissance, so we are very happy to finish second. The three were fighting for a pretty long way. I think that is normal in these kind of conditions and as the boats are so evenly matched the level of racing was very good”

Another notable performance was that of Arabian sailor Ahmed Al Mamari and his all Omani crew on Team Renaissance which finished a credible fourth after holding onto second place for all but 20 miles of the 241 kilometre leg. Al Mamari says it was a good result for his crew and that things might have played out differently had they not had a brief encounter with a wayward fishing net.
“We were in second place and holding position against Team BAE Systems and Team Commercialbank when we ran into the net. Despite stalling for a few minutes while we cleared our keel I’m proud of the way my crew sailed and we’ll continue to improve as the race progresses.”
One spot back, the UK’s Dee Caffari’s all women-crew sailing Al Thuraya BankMuscat finished a close fifth and was amongst the front runners for most of the race. Commenting at the end of the leg, Caffari said her amateur Omani crew sailed the race of their lives and believes there is a lot more gas in the tank yet.
“The crew work onboard was pretty good but it will get better and I believe that we’re a real podium chance as our communications as a crew improve. It was a great downwind leg and valuable time for the girls sailing with a spinnaker from the top mark to the finish.”
The second leg of the race sails from The Pearl Marina, Doha south to Abu Dhabi Sailing and Yacht Club on Wednesday February 15 (1000 hours local time) and is the longest and most challenging of the tour covering 296 kilometres. Meanwhile the fleet will get valuable practice today (Tuesday) with a series of short in-shore races where they will sail with a extra non-professional guest onboard, giving a chance for VIP’s and media to be part of the action. These races do not count for points but will give the crews some valuable time on the water.
Over the course of 15 days of racing, the fleet will cover 1,408 kilometers, sailing from Bahrain, to Qatar, before heading to the UAE where they will visit Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah. They will then take in three stops in Omani waters – Musandam, Mussanah and the final port in Oman’s capital, Muscat.
All boats are fitted with on board tracking. You can follow the fleet at www.sailingarabiathetour.com


Results from first leg including finishing time

RANKING/FINSIH TIME/NAME OF TEAM
1    20.47.50    COURRIER DUNKERQUE
2    21.01.02    TEAM BAE SYSTEMS
3    21.04.45    TEAM COMMERCIAL BANK
4    21.06.21    TEAM RENAISSANCE
5    21.16.50    AL TURAYA BANKMUSCAT
6    21.27.23    TEAM KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
7    21.27.25    TEAM BAHRAIN
8    21.39.05    MUSCAT 2012
9    21.50.46    TEAM RAS AL KAIHMAH

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May 26 2011

Normandy Channel Race: A breathtaking finish!

 

A breathtaking finish!
Since rounding Land’s End, the 12 Class40s still racing have been enjoying downwind conditions and 25/30 knots of breeze. The leaders passed Guernsey at 0300 GMT this Thursday morning. At the head of the fleet, the suspense is unbearable. Yesterday evening, at the 1800 GMT ranking, Port de Caen - Ouistreham was just 200 metres ahead of Initiatives Saveurs. This morning, at the 0400 GMT position report, Tanguy de Lamotte and Sébastien Audigane’s Class40 had moved in front with a lead of over 6 miles. It would seem, according to a message received from Initiatives Saveurs, that Port de Caen – Ouistreham encountered a sail issue. It couldn’t have been an easy night for the two boats racing neck and neck. However, for the crew of Des Pieds et des mains, who have made a great comeback, the last few hours have been rather favourable… At 0700 GMT, there are less than 70 miles to the finish. The hardest part is behind them and Raz Blanchard has just been rounded with a favourable current. Since the tide has turned the boats have had slightly less pace but they’re still making very high speeds with more than 12 knots VMG. After a theoretical course of nearly 800 miles, the frontrunners are set to cross the finish line in Ouistreham between 1100 and 1300 GMT. We await what is set to be a breathtaking conclusion with baited breath!
1er Artemis Racing (SUE), Terry Hutchinson / Rodney Ardern / Morgan Trubovich / Julien Cressant 52 points
2ème Luna Rossa (ITA), Max Sirena / Paul Campbell-James / Alister Richardson / Manuel Modena 51 points
3ème Alinghi (SUI), Tanguy Cariou / Yann Guichard / Nils Frei / Yves Detrey 47 points
4ème Oman Air (OMA), Sidney Gavignet / Kinley Fowler / David Carr / Nasser Al Mashari 46 points
5ème Emirates Team New Zealand (NZ), Dean Barker / Glenn Ashby / James Dagg / Jeremy Lomas 45 points
6ème The Wave, Muscat (OMA), Torvar Mirsky / Kyle Langford / Nick Hutton / Khamis Al Anbouri 44 points
7ème Groupe Edmond de Rothschild (FRA), Pierre Pennec / Christophe Espagnon / Thierry Fouchier / Hervé Cunningham 44 points
8ème Team Extreme (EUR), Roland Gaebler / Bruno Dubois / Sebbe Godefroid / Nicholas Heintz 41 points
9ème Red Bull Extreme Sailing (AUT), Roman Hagara / Hans Peter Steinacher / Will Howden / Craig Monk 34 points
10ème Team GAC Pindar (GBR), Ian Williams / Mark Ivey / Mischa Heemskerk / Jono Macbeth 29 points
11ème Niceforyou (ITA), Alberto Barovier / Mark Bulkeley / Daniele de Luca Simone de Mari 29 points


 

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May 25 2011

Extreme Sailing Series™: Multiple Race Winners on Opening Day of Act 3, Istanbul

 

Multiple Race Winners on Opening Day of Act 3, Istanbul
The first day of the Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 3 in Istanbul, Turkey saw an action packed seven races for the 11 international teams, with Artemis Racing taking the top spot with 52 points, only a single point ahead of Act 2 winners Luna Rossa and Alinghi on 47. The racing conditions tested the teams today as the 44 sailors manhandled their Extreme 40 racing machines around short, sharp courses. There were plenty of gusts to potentially trip the up boats, shifts in wind direction and the race legs were so short it was a full-on physical work. “It’s beautiful to sail here, the conditions are good with a tricky wind which is good for us,” said Maxi Sirena, skipper of Luna Rossa.
For six out of seven races today a different team crossed the finish line first, only Luna Rossa scored two bullets. Alinghi, Emirates Team New Zealand, The Wave Muscat, Groupe Edmond de Rothschild and Team GAC Pindar all secured a win apiece which kept everyone guessing right up to the last race as to which team would finish the day on top. Terry Hutchinson’s Artemis Racing proved that securing steady results in the top half of the leaderboard throughout the day gave them the edge over the less inconsistent teams: “I think one of the best things that we did was not get too flustered by some of the bad cards that were dealt to us, the last race was a perfect example of hanging in during the race and waiting until there was an opportunity presented to us to make our move,” explained Terry Hutchinson. “When a nice little shift came down the course we went for it with an early gybe, I think we passed three boats in the one move which was really, really good.”
Team GAC Pindar had their first race win of the 2011 Extreme Sailing Series. Skipper Ian Williams was jubilant to get their first race win under their belts in such challenging conditions: “It was challenging today, really shifty puffy conditions, quite strong winds at times and quite light winds at times which made it really tricky. Our first win was great today, it was a really close race with Team Extreme but in the end we just snuck it on the line with Team Extreme finishing in second.” Click here to watch Ian Williams discuss his form and that of the fleet in a chat with Seb Destremau.
The race management maximized the length of the upwind/downwind leg using the widest part of the Halic estuary but the downwind leg was still short – with the Extreme 40s covering the 400m stretch in 90 seconds. Two laps round and each race was over in just 10-12 minutes.
With only 11 points separating the top eight teams there will be some tough competition tomorrow as the front runners try to establish a firm lead, and the race course will become narrower as it moves in front of the VIP set-up for the media day ahead of the Extreme Sailing Series Race Village opening to the public on Friday, 28th.
Extreme Sailing Series – Act 3, Istanbul
Current overall standings after Day 1
Position / Team / Skipper & crew / Points
1st Artemis Racing (SWE), Terry Hutchinson / Rodney Ardern / Morgan Trubovich / Julien Cressant 52 points
1px; height: 1px; overflow-x: hidden; overflow-y: hidden;">2nd Luna Rossa (ITA), Max Sirena / Paul Campbell-James / Alister Richardson / Manuel Modena 51 points
3rd Alinghi (SUI), Tanguy Cariou / Yann Guichard / Nils Frei / Yves Detrey 47 points
4th Oman Air (OMA), Sidney Gavignet / Kinley Fowler / David Carr / Nasser Al Mashari 46 points
5th Emirates Team New Zealand (NZL), Dean Barker / Glenn Ashby / James Dagg / Jeremy Lomas 45 points
6th The Wave, Muscat (OMA), Torvar Mirsky / Kyle Langford / Nick Hutton / Khamis Al Anbouri 44 points
7th Groupe Edmond de Rothschild (FRA), Pierre Pennec / Christophe Espagnon / Thierry Fouchier / Hervé Cunningham 44 points
8th Team Extreme (EUR), Roland Gaebler / Bruno Dubois / Sebbe Godefroid / Nicholas Heintz 41 points
9th Red Bull Extreme Sailing (AUT), Roman Hagara / Hans Peter Steinacher / Will Howden / Craig Monk 34 points
10th Team GAC Pindar (GBR), Ian Williams / Mark Ivey / Mischa Heemskerk / Jono Macbeth 29 points
11th Niceforyou (ITA), Alberto Barovier / Mark Bulkeley / Daniele de Luca Simone de Mari 29 points


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Jan 27 2011

Marinepool launches Offshore "Lederhosn"

January 27, Düsseldorf (GER)

"boot" Düsseldorf - Marinepool launches offshore "Lederhosn"

The guys of Marinepool showed good sense of humor yesterday in launching the first ever offshore "Lederhosn". The company, headquartered in Munich and celebrating it´s 20th anniversary this year, underlines the Bavarian roots and introduced a waterproof, breathable and fully functional sailing Lederhosn (Bavarian for traditional leather trousers) at "boot".

Perfect style for offshore racing, alpine lakes and the Oktoberfest!

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Dec 30 2010

Marinepool Catalogue 2011

Finally it's coming!

The brand new Marinepool catalogue 2011 is on its way - take a glance at the printing process. The official release is in Duesseldorf at the boot 2011, come and get your copy at the fair stand!

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Nov 25 2010

Fleetracing at the Louis Vuitton Trophy Dubai

Italian Team Wins Fleet Racing at Louis Vuitton Trophy Dubai

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July 17 2010

"Flying Dutchman" wears Marinepool! Opera of the Tyrol Festival partners!

"Flying Dutchman" wears Marinepool! Opera of the Tyrol Festival partners!

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July 10 2010

Silver and a 4th at the 49er Europeans!

Silver and a 4th at the 49er Europeans!

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July 09 2010

49er Europeans: Chances for a podium finish for Marinepool Racing Team alive!

49er Europeans: Chances for a podium finish for Marinepool Racing Team alive!

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July 08 2010

Strong Marinepool Racing Team at 470 Worlds

Strong Marinepool Racing Team at 470 Worlds

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July 07 2010

Marinepool´s Richard team to beat at Stena Match Cup Sweden!

Marinepool´s Richard team to beat at Stena Match Cup Sweden!

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July 06 2010

Germany wins Offshore Team World Championship

Germany wins Offshore Team World Championship

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July 06 2010

Courrier Dunkerque on track to defend Tour de France á la Voile title!

Courrier Dunkerque on track to defend Tour de France á la Voile title!

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June 15 2010

Travemünder Week 2010 News

Experience sailing!

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June 11 2010

1 Gold and 1 Bronze at Laser Europeans for MP Racing Team!

Kontides & Geritzer win medals

The Marinepool Racing Team shows world class

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June 10 2010

Finally wind for the Dragons!

Wieser takes early lead!

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June 09 2010

Cangiano/Fendi on SNAV OSG are aiming at the next victory!

Cangiano/Fendi on SNAV OSG are aiming at the next victory!

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June 08 2010

Geritzer takes the lead!

Austrian leads the Laser Europeans after half the races!

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June 08 2010

Still no wind for Dragons

Still no wind for Dragons

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June 07 2010

Laser EM - Afterburners on for Geritzer!

Sensational comeback for Austrian! 3rd!

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June 07 2010

No wind, no racing.

No wind, no racing.

No wind, no racing.

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June 06 2010

Laser European Championship, Tallinn, EST

Marinepool Racing Team starts well into Laser Euro 2010 off Tallinn, EST

German Grotelüschen in TOP ten - Geritzer ready to strike

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June 04 2010

Team AEZ RC44 with new "power" crew in Copenhagen

TEAM AEZ RC 44 in COPENHAGEN

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June 03 2010

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May 24 2010

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May 18 2010

North Sea Sailing Week

Sea + Sail = Fun!

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May 11 2010

Match Race Germany Langenargen - Bodensee 2010

Let the games begin!

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Apr 30 2010

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Apr 28 2010

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Apr 17 2010

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Apr 13 2010

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Apr 08 2010

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Mar 15 2010

Excellent debut for Bekatorou on the Marinepool Team

Best possible result for Bekatorou, GRE, in her first showing for the Marinepool team!

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Feb 28 2010

Best result ever!!!!!

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Feb 25 2010

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Feb 24 2010

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Feb 19 2010

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Feb 07 2010

Crushing the magical 100m!

Christian Redl sets 7th world record in free diving below ice!

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Feb 06 2010

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Feb 01 2010

49er World Cup victory for Marinepool team! Gold and Silver in Miami!

The French team of Dyen/Christidis won gold in the ISAF World Cup event in Miami, silver for Dellekarth/Resch (AUT), the second Marinepool team. Glückwunsch!

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Jan 29 2010

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Jan 15 2010

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Jan 01 2010

New start date for Atlantic Rowing Race 2009 (now 2010)

New start date for Atlantic Rowing Race 2009 (now 2010)

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Dec 03 2009

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Nov 29 2009

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Aug 28 2009

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