05 February 2015

Extreme Sailing Series™ 2015, Singapore Day One; Sanya Race Weekend (video)

3D Singapore: Day One - Graphics Only - Extreme Sailing Series™ 2015 - Scheduled for Feb 5, 2015 1:30 am EST (US) #exss

Act 1, Singapore training day – The sailors thoughts | News"Nine Extreme 40s entered the Marina Bay racecourse today, under the shadows of some of Singapore’s largest skyscrapers surrounding the Act 1 Stadium for one final training session...."

Results | Extreme Sailing Series

JohnTheCrowd | Sailing News: EXSS

Sanya Race Weekend | Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - Published on Feb 4, 2015: A weekend of racing in Sanya, China. In-Port race on Saturday, 7 Feb (0600h UTC / 1400H CST) and the start of Leg 4 on Saturday, 8 Feb (0600h UTC / 1400H CST). #VOR

Life at the Extreme - Ep. 17 - 'Dead Calm' | Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - Published on Feb 4, 2015: This week, the fleet is dealing with a serious lack of wind, a real problem when racing around the world. We meet the people behind the storytelling and follow the onboard reporters at work. We also join young sailor Nicolai Sehested back at home as he reflects on his team’s crash. Meanwhile, Team Vestas Wind shore crew are finally getting the boat off the reef, grasping their last chance to re-enter the race….

US Sailing Statement On Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Sailing IPC Decision | US Sailing: "The following is a statement from US Sailing, the national governing body for sailing, on the recent decision by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to not include sailing at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. “Yesterday’s news about Paralympic sailing being dropped from the slate of sports at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games is highly disappointing. Our sport attracts a diverse group of disabled athletes across the world, as demonstrated by the three fleets of sailors from 14 countries competing in Miami last week at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. US Sailing will join ISAF, IFDS and the national governing bodies of our fellow Paralympic sailing nations to lead an appeal of this decision in the fight for reinstatement of Paralympic sailing at the Tokyo 2020 Games.” – Tom Hubbell, President of US Sailing"

Marly Isler Elected 2015 Women's Sailing Captain at Yale
Yale University Athletics
No. 3 Yale women's sailing team elected junior Marly Isler as the 2015 captain. Isler grew up in La Jolla, Calif. She began sailing in Sabots at age 7 and ...

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