Archive - December 2003
Date Headline
1 Dec 3
1 Dec Web Site Wins International Award
1 Dec Anniversary Challenge Embraces New Technology
1 Dec Spectator Friendly in Salvador - Race Start
1 Dec Suspension
1 Dec Preview
1 Dec VDH Three Days Ahead of Target
1 Dec Olympic Challenges and Non-Olympic Class Administration
2 Dec Fresh Water A-Plenty
2 Dec 3
2 Dec Stormy Day One
2 Dec Big Wednesday Forecast
2 Dec Latest Update From Mike GOLDING
3 Dec Lighter Breeze Ahead
3 Dec 3
3 Dec Drifter On Day One
3 Dec 2003 Ending In Style
3 Dec Is The Wind Jinx Broken?
3 Dec Biggest Turnout Ever Expected
3 Dec Another Challenger Announced
4 Dec IOC Sport And Environment Conference
4 Dec On Alternative Penalties
4 Dec Notice of Race Now Available
4 Dec International Day of Disabled Persons
4 Dec Final Release for 2003
4 Dec Fun and Games Galore!
4 Dec Records Fall on Big Wednesday
4 Dec Freestyle Finals King Of The Caribbean 2003 Day 1
4 Dec Storm Brings Early Stumps On Day 2
4 Dec Second Day Of Racing
5 Dec His Majesty the King of Spain to sail in Volvo Ocean Race
5 Dec Key West Entries Wide-Spread As Deadline Approaches
5 Dec Taty Takes The Day But Campello On Track For The Title!
5 Dec Sydney Clubs Lead Great Britain Into Repechage/Knockout
5 Dec Day Three
5 Dec First Boat Finishes in Record Style
6 Dec Doldrums Provide Close Racing
6 Dec Latest News
6 Dec Big Wednesday - The Aftermath
6 Dec Star-studded Fleet for Rolex Trophy Series
6 Dec In The Bag For Plis Play
6 Dec IOC Executive Board Concludes Last Meeting Of The Year
7 Dec And Then There Were Five
7 Dec Latest Arrivals
7 Dec First Show Opens Following King|s Cup
8 Dec Day 5 - No Wind
8 Dec Aussies Take Title
8 Dec Australian Olympic Sailors Take the Gun Throughout
8 Dec Final Results
8 Dec New Initiative For Disabled Sailing In Great Britain
8 Dec Ecover Reclaims Lead
8 Dec Back to the Baltic for 2004
8 Dec Review of Automatic Identification Systems (AIS)
9 Dec 3
9 Dec Penultimate Day - Still Light
9 Dec First British Entry Announced
9 Dec WADA Praises IOC
9 Dec Skipper Wields The Surgeon's Knife Again
9 Dec More Arrivals in Rodney Bay
9 Dec Sign Up Now
10 Dec The Caribbean Calls
10 Dec Elite fleet for Sail Melbourne Flying Dutchman World Championship
10 Dec Sailors From Four Nations To Vie For Rolex Trophy
10 Dec Dry Creek Announced as Official Sponsor
10 Dec News article - Style G 7753
10 Dec Olympic and Offshore Sailors Shortlisted
10 Dec Skandia|s `New Event|
10 Dec Virbac Dismasts, Golding Hits Whale
10 Dec New Mapping Feature For RYA Affiliated Clubs and Training Centres
11 Dec Yendys Launched
11 Dec Maxis' Clash in 10th Anniversary Canon Big Boat Challenge
11 Dec Boats Arrive En Masse
11 Dec Clouds Prevail as Young Sailors Shine
11 Dec Xavier ROHART and Pascal RAMBEAU Claim Honour
11 Dec In Full Swing
11 Dec Pindar Launches Competition To Find New Sailing Star
11 Dec Adrien Rounds Cape Horn
12 Dec 3
12 Dec 3
12 Dec Venue Finalised
12 Dec Skandia Beats Wild Oats
12 Dec Strong foreign challenge for This year|s edition
12 Dec Distance Record Set By Rookie Racer
12 Dec Grand Prix Racers' Final Tune-Up For Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
12 Dec The Road To Valencia
12 Dec Issue 1: January-March 2003
13 Dec Latest From The Front
13 Dec 3
13 Dec Light Winds Test Skippers| Patience
13 Dec Relaxing And Local Racing
13 Dec Trans Tasman Battle Looming
14 Dec 3
14 Dec Ichi Ban Dominates Day Two
14 Dec Women's Sailing Initiative
14 Dec Difficult Choice
14 Dec Regatta Expanded To Four Days
15 Dec 3
15 Dec Setting the Pace For Hobart
15 Dec USOC Athletes Of the Year
15 Dec Marcelino BOTIN (ESP) Joins Team New Zealand As Principal Designer.
15 Dec World's Tallest Mast Produced
15 Dec Obituary
15 Dec Fight To The Finish
15 Dec 2004 Call Book Supplements Now Available
15 Dec UPDATE - Still Close - Golding Into First
16 Dec Sail Melbourne to Greet Another World Class Fleet
16 Dec Fast Boats Get Division 5
16 Dec Boats To Be 'Turbo-Charged' For Valencia - New Class Rule Is Published
16 Dec Invitation to MNAs
16 Dec Freestyle Ceremony
16 Dec Super Maxi Zana Due In Sydney Tomorrow
16 Dec Breeze Back For Last Few Yachts
16 Dec Prize-Giving and Plans For 2004
16 Dec December Optimist Regattas
16 Dec Implications Arising For Owners following NSW Coronial Inquest into the Deaths Aboard the Yacht Rising Farrster
17 Dec Final Report Just In
17 Dec 3
17 Dec Late Withdrawals Reduce Classy Fleet To 57 Boats
17 Dec Final Report
17 Dec Gold For Golding
17 Dec Adrien Being Shaken Around
17 Dec New Clubhouse Launches International Sailing Event
17 Dec Wellington to Host Top Youth Regatta
18 Dec Bob Steel Wins Ocean Racer of the Year
18 Dec National Sailing Programs Symposium
18 Dec The Aussies Are Coming?
18 Dec 15th Hog|s Breath Race Week is Well On Track
18 Dec Challenging Conditions for the 22 Nations
18 Dec Swiss Team of the Year Award
18 Dec ISAF Reviews Decision on No Drop Races
18 Dec 2004 Olympic Regatta - No Drop Debate
19 Dec Truly an International Race
19 Dec New Race For 2004
19 Dec 3
19 Dec Youngsters To Gather in Florida
19 Dec Slow Start To Racing
19 Dec Frustration For Competitors
20 Dec Father and Son Team To Compete
20 Dec Sailors Nominated
20 Dec New Shorthanded Race Announced
20 Dec Challenging Conditions on Day Three
21 Dec Italy, Malta And Sweden Battle It Out For Top Honours
21 Dec Courage On Display
21 Dec Record Number of Sydney 38
22 Dec 3
22 Dec "Old salts" as Official Starters
22 Dec Final Day Of Racing
22 Dec *Drops Again*
22 Dec Italians Push Malta Into Third Place In Final Top Honours
23 Dec Perpetual Challenge To Take Place in January
23 Dec Orange Launched
23 Dec Final Preparations for Boxing Day Start
23 Dec New Look Website Launched
24 Dec Keg On The Line
24 Dec Finalists Announced
24 Dec Variable Winds Make 2003 A Tactical Race
24 Dec Team K-Challenge|s Reactions To The New Rule
24 Dec 2 January Start
24 Dec Second Mills DK 46 Sold
25 Dec The Form Guide
26 Dec Start and Latest - Grundig Leads
27 Dec Sailing Starts Tomorrow
27 Dec Arthur B. Hanson Medal
27 Dec Record Holder Looking Good For Handicap Win
27 Dec Indec Merit On Track For Record
28 Dec Spanish and Dutch Crews In Top Positions
28 Dec Wind and Tide Conspire To Frustrate Skippers
28 Dec Two Horse Race For Line Honours
28 Dec NOR now On-line
28 Dec Fresh Breeze Delays Start
28 Dec Skandia Takes It
29 Dec Spanish Remain On Form
29 Dec French Lead Fleet
29 Dec Opening Day Sees Brits Take First Race
29 Dec Report From Day Two
29 Dec Zaraffa Fails To Conquer, As 1993 Winner Is Dismasted
29 Dec Around The World Attempt On Code Red
29 Dec Reigning World Champion Establishes Early Lead
29 Dec Bounder Gives The New Yendys A Sting
30 Dec End Of Year Message
30 Dec First National Wins 2003 Rolex Sydney Hobart
30 Dec The Battle Continues Wild Oats vs Nicorette
30 Dec Addiction Dismasted 10 Miles From Finish
30 Dec Ratification Process
30 Dec High Drama At The Optimist Asians
30 Dec The Final Three Months
30 Dec Rain And Strong Winds Reduce The Number Of Races
30 Dec Excitement Continues at US SAILING|s Junior Olympic Sailing Festival
31 Dec Form Guide To Worlds
31 Dec Trujillo Wins Overall Title
31 Dec Winds Hamper Racing
31 Dec Overall And Divisions Winners And Placegetters Announced
31 Dec Schwarz and van Koppen continue their domination of Flying Dutchman
31 Dec Worlds Tallest Mast
31 Dec 112 PHRF Boats Aligned for Terra Nova Trading Key West 2004
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