Extreme Sailing Series LIVE from Nice, France, Friday
Live from Nice, France, Friday (Oct 4, 2013) starting at 10 am ET (US), 2 pm UTC Live Nice: Day Two - Extreme Sailing Series - October 4 2013: Live coverage from the 2nd day of the Extreme Sailing Series™ - Act 7, Nice. Join us as we stream LIVE from the race course. After the initial live scheduled broadcast, this video will be available to watch, in full, as a replay of the live action.
Video Preview of the Extreme Sailing Series on the French Riviera (Nice, France); more info at extremesailingseries.com
America's Cup 2013: Sir Ben Ainslie, the new Nelson, is the modern sea dog of war - Telegraph: "Should we slosh our mugs and sing a shanty of how Ainslie rescued America from ignominy in the glistening waters off San Francisco? Shall we go on repeating that the Oracle catamaran of Larry Ellison, the world’s fifth-richest man, was flotsam on the waves to the New Zealand challenge before Ainslie brought his tactical skill and admiral’s authority to America’s quest to retain the Auld Mug, which has never been won by a British team in 162 years? . . ."
Sir Ben Ainslie: 'I’m not so stupid as to think I did it alone’ - Telegraph: "Sir Ben is the undisputed king of British yacht racing, his status as a team leader confirmed emphatically following a solo career that saw him capture four Olympic gold medals. Unforgiving on the water – he was briefly a hate figure in Brazil for the aggressive blocking tactics he used to take gold in the Laser class from that country’s sailing hero during the Sydney Olympics – he is a model of modesty on dry land."
Definitely Not Leisure Sailing | BU Today | Boston University: "Contrary to remarks by some cynical and/or envious observers, members of the BU sailing team are not out in the middle of the Charles River to work on their tans. And while coming about on calm waters under sunny fall skies is undoubtedly delightful, the team also practices on frozen March days when there is still ice on the river. It’s a 60-hour-a-week commitment, and strength and endurance play more than a small part."
SAILING: Farrow plotting his international course
This Is Wiltshire
SAILOR Andrew Farrow is planning to fly the flag for Wiltshire at major international competitions in the coming years. The 48-year-old, from Devizes, made his first appearance at the Inter- national 2.4 Metre Class World Championships in Poole last month.
Sailing camp needs donations to help kids with prosthetics
ABC Action News
"It really isn't about sailing. It's about empowerment, you know, doing something you didn't think you could do before,” she said. "We just enjoy seeing the smiles on the kids' faces more than anything,” said Kendell. The Never Say Never Foundation is ...
Harbour salute for sailing heroes
New Zealand Herald
As they sat on their deck in the Northland sunshine drinking Waikato beer yesterday, the pain of Team New Zealand's heartbreaking America's Cup defeat was already fading for the McAsey family. As a grinder Chris McAsey put himself through physical hell ...
This was sailing not so sporting
OPINION: It has been a week since the America's Cup disappointment and many of us not only still don't get it, we are not over it. A woman had tears in her eyes when I mentioned the subject to her this week. It was the equivalent of the All Blacks ...
AFLOAT: Sail For Fiver opened to all
HUNDREDS of adults and youngsters, aged 14 and over, are being invited to sail for just £5 this month. SailLaser Weymouth, the sailing school behind the hugely successfulSail for a Fiver Olympic legacy scheme, is opening its taster sessions up beyond ...