Archive - June 2005
Date Headline
1 Jun A 100 Year Old Record Is No More
1 Jun Rankings Released 1 June 2005
1 Jun MoviStar Heads Towards Home
1 Jun 557 Pre-entries Received
1 Jun Caixa Galicia Leads At The Start
1 Jun Century-Old Transatlantic Sailing Record Falls
1 Jun Super X World Cup Registration Day
1 Jun PERINI To Defend Crown
1 Jun The Calm Before The Storm
1 Jun Staff Vacancies
2 Jun BJÖRLING And BARKOW Off To A Flier
2 Jun Record In The Bag, But The Race Is Still On
2 Jun LOVELL And OGLETREE Successfully Defend Title
2 Jun JEWETT JR, PAYNE And SUTPHEN 2005 Inductees
2 Jun Wind Plays Tricks On PWA Riders
2 Jun BROWNE Takes Early Lead
2 Jun Three Names Sign On For Victory Challenge
2 Jun High Marks For IRC And Winner DU MOULIN
2 Jun Wind Kicks In At Last
2 Jun Gale-force Conditions For The Fleet
2 Jun Beijing 2008 Foundations Laid For Success
2 Jun Regatta To Debut This Summer
2 Jun Caixa Galicia Leads
3 Jun Two Boats, Two Winners
3 Jun BJÖRLING On Top
3 Jun Cup Comes To Northern Europe
3 Jun Clash Of The Titans
3 Jun A Mass Welcome Awaits Movistar
3 Jun The wind plays another game of hide and seek on the Costa Brava, Spain.
3 Jun Country's Top Youth Sailors To Compete For National Championship
3 Jun VAIO and SAIC La Jolla Under Threat
3 Jun CASENEUVE Retires
3 Jun Dragons, Swans And Fine Sailing
3 Jun HENRY Takes Control
3 Jun MACARTHUR Joins Forces With JOURDAIN
4 Jun New Record for Windrose
4 Jun Ellen Macarthur Establishes New Crewed Record Of 6 Hours, 20 Minutes, 33 Seconds In The Inaugural Brittany Ferries 100 Mile Trophy
4 Jun Caixa Galicia maintain their lead in the general ranking, despite yesterday's last place
4 Jun Black Flags Turn The Tide
4 Jun Semi Finals Begin
5 Jun BG SPIRIT Runaway Winners Of Leg Five
5 Jun Drumbeat Wins Clash Of The Titans
5 Jun A thrilling finish, a battle for positions, today's last day of racing definitely wasn't for the faint-hearted
5 Jun Bouygues Telecom - New World Champions
5 Jun Örn Launched In Valencia
6 Jun Day One
6 Jun Costa Brava Winds Too Light For An Official Result
6 Jun Harsh Conditions Continue
6 Jun Winning in Detroit is Never Easy
6 Jun Victory Challenge Begin Sail Testing
6 Jun Geronimo Aims For Round Australia Record
6 Jun 2012 Evaluation Commission Report Published
6 Jun Less Than 5 minutes Separate BP Explorer, Spirit of Sark and Imagine. It. Done
6 Jun Nominations Invited
7 Jun Event Website Launched
7 Jun United Internet Team Germany Kicks Off Training
7 Jun BJÖRLING Takes Weather Affected Victory
7 Jun YES-Asia Conference
7 Jun Foggy End To Leg Five In Boston Harbour
7 Jun Union Offshore Race Goes To Team Nokia
7 Jun England's Foul Tides
7 Jun Day Of Calm
7 Jun New Scoring System For Louis Vuitton Acts
8 Jun World's Best Gather In La Rochelle
8 Jun International Athletes' Forum
8 Jun Performance Cruising Class 2 Decided
8 Jun Hobart/William Smith Colleges Wins
8 Jun History Repeating
8 Jun Pindar Over The Line To Complete Fleet Arrival
8 Jun Entries Approach Three Figure Mark
8 Jun Racing Gets Underway In Poland
8 Jun A Steady Tuesday
8 Jun Konica Minolta Smashes Fiji Race Record
9 Jun ROGERS And PETITJEAN Lay Down The Gauntlet
9 Jun Information For USA Sailors
9 Jun MoviStar Makes Triumphant Arrival In Vigo
9 Jun Leg Five Comes To An End With News Of A Protest
9 Jun BUZIANIS Takes The Lead
9 Jun Sports Service Manager Vacancy
9 Jun New Partnership Launched
9 Jun 49 Skippers Entered
9 Jun A Festival Of Sailing
9 Jun HATFIELD Becomes Honourary Member Of Canadian Sailing Team
10 Jun First Day Leaders Remain On Top
10 Jun Classic Encounter
10 Jun High Wind Experts Come To The Fore
10 Jun CYA Seeks Domestic Racing Co-ordinator
10 Jun Geronimo Lines Up Round Australia Record Attempt
10 Jun 76 Boats, Big and Small, Set For Centennial Transpac
10 Jun Leaders Pass 1,000 Miles To Go Mark
10 Jun Another Big Summer Of Sailing On Port Phillip
10 Jun Victory Challenge Crew Named
10 Jun Final Placings Gradually Revealed
11 Jun Final Phase Begins Today
11 Jun Light Winds Predicted
11 Jun Put Your Questions To The IOC President
11 Jun Rod CARR Receives OBE
11 Jun ALBEAU Attacks But BRZOZOWSKI Holds On
12 Jun Leaders Hang On
12 Jun Lead Boats Enter The Atlantic For Second Leg Of Race
12 Jun Record Breaking - But For The Wrong Reasons
12 Jun SAMAMA and VAN LEEUWEN Break Record
12 Jun ALBEAU And HORWOOD 2005 European Champions
13 Jun Racings Starts Today
13 Jun Racing Remains Tight In Poland
13 Jun St. Tropez Sun Shines On The Grand Soleil Designs...Again
13 Jun Jive Talkin Sweeps Up
13 Jun Victories For Academy And TietoEnator
13 Jun Donnybrook Takes Line Honours
13 Jun Protest Hearing Result Announced
13 Jun IOC Releases Olympic Programme Commission Report
13 Jun Website Launched
14 Jun Favourites Struggle On Tough First Day
14 Jun Line honours Again For Mari-Cha IV
14 Jun SJAMBOK Declared Winner In IRC I Class
14 Jun Slowest Race For 22 Years
14 Jun Champions Crowned
14 Jun The House Of The America's Cup Opens Three Days Ahead Of Racing
14 Jun Super Maxis Set For Cowes
14 Jun Black Dragon Breathes Fire But North Sails Steals Her Thunder
14 Jun One Month To Go
15 Jun BUNDOCK And WORRALL Show
15 Jun Counting Down
15 Jun Black Dragon Wins The Double On Day Three
15 Jun Close Finish In Prospect
15 Jun Maxi Yachts Genuine Risk, Morning Glory And Peligroso To Join Fleet
15 Jun McLube Continues As Official Sponsor Of US Sailing Teams
15 Jun More Than 50 Classic Yachts Poised For First Event
16 Jun The Spectacle Begins
16 Jun HAGARA Claims Bullet But ECHAVARRI Leads
16 Jun Black Dragon Leads Maxi Charge To Genoa
16 Jun All Women Commodore Faith Paulsen Trophy Unveiled
16 Jun Australian Crew Members For Geronimo's Circumnavigation Attempt Announced
16 Jun Anglo Irish Bank And ISA Set Sail With Major New Sponsorship Deal
16 Jun Country's Top Youth Sailors To Compete In Connecticut
16 Jun Gipsy Moth IV Re-Launch
16 Jun STOP PRESS: Victory For Cotonella
16 Jun Qingdao Entry Confirmed
16 Jun LUTTMER And CROWDER Victorious
17 Jun Surprises And First Wins
17 Jun Racing To Beat The 'Shut-Down'
17 Jun Neck-And-Neck After Six Races
17 Jun News article - Style G 12138
17 Jun Three Trimarans Finish
17 Jun 75 Line Up For Race To Bermuda
17 Jun Big Names Dominate
17 Jun IFDS International Classification Seminar
17 Jun Ocean Racing Classic
18 Jun 123 Years Young
18 Jun Spain Holds Lead
18 Jun Bold Tactics Win The Giraglia For North Sails Sportswear
18 Jun First Victory For China Team In Act 4
19 Jun Races 5,6,7 Completed On Saturday
19 Jun Cityindex Maximus Takes Monohull Line Honours
19 Jun Alinghi And Emirates Team New Zealand Share Lead
19 Jun Fernando ECHAVARRI and Anton PAZ (ESP) Claim Worlds
19 Jun Heartbreak For Team Shosholoza
20 Jun VAIO Leads At Start Of Leg Six
20 Jun Ready And Set For Racing
20 Jun PRITCHARD Win
20 Jun Big Battles Ahead
20 Jun COUTTS Back For First Time In 15 Years
20 Jun Meetings Schedule Updated
20 Jun Ericsson Racing Team Chooses Training Base And Watch Captain
20 Jun Hayai Wins Open 40 Class
21 Jun Alinghi Wins The Valencia Louis Vuitton Act 4, Or Does It?
21 Jun First Day Satisfaction
21 Jun New Zealand To Host 2008 Tornado Worlds
21 Jun Wins For Academy And Stena Sovcomflot
21 Jun Early Win For The Italians At Cowes
21 Jun Canadian Team
21 Jun RYA Sailability Wins Charity Award 2005
21 Jun Fleet Making Good Speed As Breeze Picks Up Overnight
21 Jun ISAF IU News And Library
21 Jun Alinghi Wins Valencia Louis Vuitton Act 4
22 Jun A Good Day For Young And Old
22 Jun Geronimo Sets Off Round Australia
22 Jun Young Sailors Storm To Victory
22 Jun Round The Block
22 Jun Invitations Issued
22 Jun Rankings Released 22 June 2005
22 Jun Heartsease Larus Roc Takes Multihull Honours
22 Jun Top Eight Places Separated By Only Six Miles
22 Jun Successful First Event
23 Jun Olympic Classes Off To A Flier In Kiel
23 Jun Fever Runs Hot In The Swan 45s
23 Jun New Fundraising Programme
23 Jun Geronimo Smashes Sydney To Gold Coast Record
23 Jun Third Day Is No Charm
23 Jun Brits On Top In Italy
23 Jun Mameluke Takes Monohull Line Honours
23 Jun Applications Sought
23 Jun International Athletes' Forum
23 Jun Successful Olympic Days Regatta
23 Jun Cadiz Event For October
23 Jun Teams Look Forward To Fleet Racing
24 Jun Venue, Courses and Weather
24 Jun Light Winds Strike
24 Jun Countdown To Victory
24 Jun No Wind Allows Time For Swan Reflection
24 Jun MAYNARD Leading After First Day
24 Jun NAUTICA Team Up With US SAILING And US Sailing Teams
24 Jun SAIC La Jolla's Southerly Stance Pays Off
24 Jun Houd Van Hout Nears Newport
24 Jun Record Entries
24 Jun Games Come To Spain
25 Jun Unprecedented Turn Out
25 Jun A Real Beauty
25 Jun Geronimo Eats Up The Miles
25 Jun Fleets Wait For Wind
25 Jun Maynard and Shreeve Extend Their Leads
26 Jun Veterans and First Timers Share The Spoils
26 Jun Victory Challenge On Top of the Table
26 Jun Back to Business
26 Jun Event Opens Today
26 Jun Finian MAYNARD Stumbles But Strikes Back
26 Jun Fleet Begins To Spread After Waypoint Charlie
26 Jun Continental Challenge
27 Jun Final Report
27 Jun Racing Concludes In Kiel
27 Jun Kieler Woche 2005 Results
27 Jun Luna Rossa Challenge Wins Act 5
27 Jun Team Stelmar Leads Chasing Pack
27 Jun Victory For MAYNARD And SHREEVE
27 Jun Brasil 1 Launched
27 Jun College Sailors of the Year and All-American Sailing Team
28 Jun Spanish Team
28 Jun MELVIN Claims A-Cat Title
28 Jun Geronimo Goes Over The Top Of Australia
28 Jun Obituary
28 Jun Shifty Conditions In Tobago Challenge Opti Sailors
28 Jun SPITHILL Set To Defend Title
28 Jun From 20 Knots Downwind To 20 Knots Upwind
28 Jun ABN AMRO TWO Victorious
28 Jun Championship Gears Up
29 Jun Rain Squalls And Black Flags For Second Day Of Racing
29 Jun 2005 Australian Team and 2006 Selection Strategy
29 Jun Beijing 2008 Motto Unveiled
29 Jun Israeli Team
29 Jun Rankings Released 29 June 2005
30 Jun Win For NEUGODNIKOV
30 Jun Fast and Furious Downwind Ride
30 Jun MORENO Wins Women's Freestyle Single Elimination
30 Jun NORs Now Available
30 Jun Another Exciting Line Up On The Cards
30 Jun French Team
30 Jun Big Turnout Expected
30 Jun Bribón Leads In The General Ranking
30 Jun Stars Set To Do Battle
30 Jun RYA Team GBR Joins Forces With Gul
30 Jun Geronimo At The Halfway Point
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