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Australia wins the Volvo Trophy for third time
Australia has won the Volvo Trophy at this year’s Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship with 259 points, breaking France’s domination of the event. Denmark was second (248 points) and New Zealand was third (230 points)... more...
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Racing abandoned due to thunder, lightning and light airs
The weather gods in Kingston, Canada have not been very helpful today at the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship. They have dished out thunder, lightning and light, variable winds in equal measures, causing the race committee to have several meetings before finally making the difficult decision to abandon racing... more...
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Light Wind Techniques Come to the Fore
Weak and confused gradient winds were the order of the day on Lake Ontario as the fleet racing in the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship got back out on the water for day four of the regatta after having a well-earned day off yesterday. The windsurfer fleet returned to the dock for... more...
A day of sunshine for the lay day!
July 17th was the lay day for this year’s Volvo Sailing ISAF Youth World Championships. Luckily, the forecast for the day -which was originally predicted to be rain- turned out to be wrong! Sailors and coaches had many options to pursue during the day off. First thing, there was a Tai Chi demonstration led by... more...
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100th ISAF Dinner Celebration
Thanks to Volvo, the athletes and coaches at this year’s Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championships were able to enjoy a special dinner on July 16th in place to honour the International Sailing Federation’s 100th Anniversary. This centenary celebration was held at the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour restaurant on the evening prior to the Lay Day.... more...
 

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