Russell Coutts Happy to Change Tack:
Yachting legend Russell Coutts with no remaining America’s Cup ambitions is immersing himself at the grassroots level, writes Yachting New Zealand’s Michael Brown, for the New Zealand Herald.
The Manly Sailing Club is like many others in New Zealand. It has a small wooden clubhouse perched on the water’s edge with a bunker underneath full of coach boats and a ship’s container out back to store a lot of the other equipment.
Shake Up at the Mini Transat:
(October 7, 2017; Day 7) – The sailors racing the Mini Transat are still under the influence of light winds on the race zone. In both the prototype and production boat categories, the situation is becoming clearer at the head of the race. Ian Lipinski (Griffon.fr) and Arthur Léopold-Léger (Antal XPO) are going it alone at the front of the leading pack, whilst Clarisse Crémer (TBS) is extending right away from her pursuers. Swiss skipper Valentin Gautier (Shaman – Banque du Léman) and Erwan Le Draoulec (Emile Henry) look to be the only sailors still in a position to challenge her takeover. However, behind the favorites, there is massive upheaval.
In order to understand all t…
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Shake Up at the Mini Transat, Assoc Editor
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