Where Are All The Women?:
Sally Barkow, US Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year in 2005 and 2007, continues to push boundaries in a male dominated sport. She has followed her experience with Team SCA in the Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 with the launch of The Magenta Project, and shares here her view on the road forward for women in sailing…
I have heard the question “Where are all the women?” in many different forms of the press, sailing news, in the boat park, and on the race course, at least once a week for the past I don’t how long….
It is time to build results rather than simply voicing the desire for change or complaining that we are not where we want to be. There are no short cuts in gett…
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Bluebird day at World Cup Final:
Santander, Spain (June 7, 2017) – The venue was baked in sunshine for the second day of World Cup Final racing as sailors looked to either capitalise on a great opening day, or play catch up after slow starts.
Conditions were near on perfect for the 260 sailors from 41 nations racing across the ten Olympic fleets and Open Kiteboarding. Not a cloud in the sky and 11-15 knots of breeze coming from the north east enabled a full on day of racing.
in the Men’s One Person Dinghy, Laser, France’s Jean Baptiste Bernaz holds on to his overnight lead after he picked up his second race win of the week and a third. Charlie Buckingham (USA) sits in second just ahead of Germany’s Philipp …
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