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21 Jul 2017
by Michael Brown
It’s a little-known fact a Kiwi is in the top 10 at the Tour de France and even won a couple of stages. Read more
20 Jul 2017
Race Officials make a huge contribution to Yacht Clubs around New Zealand. Whether it’s helping out with local club racing or running an International regatta, neither would be possible without dedicated Race Officials. Read more
20 Jul 2017
Predictable, consistent and fair race management is the theme for this year’s race management seminars which kicked off this month. Read more
17 Jul 2017
New Zealand has a new world champion with Phil Robertson and his China One Ningbo team taking out the inaugural M32 world championships in Sweden overnight (NZ time). Read more
16 Jul 2017
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox wrapped up their 470 world championships in Greece with a fourth in the double-points medal race overnight (NZ time) to finish ninth overall. Read more
15 Jul 2017
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox will look to win tonight's medal race to finish the 470 world championships in Greece on a good note after they dropped out of medal contention overnight (NZ time). Read more
14 Jul 2017
Tonight's racing will be critical for Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox if they are to work their way into medal contention at the 470 world championships in Greece. Read more
14 Jul 2017
The potential for chaos was high with as many as 15 catamarans flying around Marstrand, Sweden, at the M32 world championships, but Kiwi Chris Steele was able to stay out of trouble and lead the competition after the first day. Read more
13 Jul 2017
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox remained in sixth at the 470 world championships in Greece overnight (NZ time) but any progress up the leaderboard was hindered by a disqualification in their second race. Read more
12 Jul 2017
Applications close on Friday for two qualified sailing instructors for the 2017/2018 Volvo Sailing…Have a Go! programme.   Read more
12 Jul 2017
Consistency is critical at any regatta and so far Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox have posted five good scores at the 470 world championships in Greece that has left them in a good position. Read more
12 Jul 2017
by David Abercrombie
Yachting New Zealand chief executive David Abercrombie provides an update from the national body. Read more
12 Jul 2017
by Coach development manager
The closing remarks of keynote speaker Wayne Goldsmith at the Yachting New Zealand Coaches Conference 2017 were, "To change a life, become a coach; to change the nation, coach the coaches". This is exactly what the conference set out to do.  Read more
12 Jul 2017
Yachting New Zealand are now taking bookings for this summer’s Volvo Sailing…Have a Go! programme, following on from our biggest season since its inception. Read more
12 Jul 2017
The selection regulations for the New Zealand team to compete at next year's Youth Olympic Games in Argentina have now been finalised. Read more
12 Jul 2017
The nomination regulations for the New Zealand team to next year's Sailing World Championships in Aarhus have been finalised. Read more
12 Jul 2017
The Tauranga Yacht and Power Boat Club are looking for a sailing school race coaching co-ordinator and Learn to Sail assistant. Read more
12 Jul 2017
The members of the NZL Sailing Team are high performance athletes but can’t succeed if they aren’t fuelled properly. Read more
12 Jul 2017
by Angus Willison
The first of a regular blog from Yachting New Zealand safety and technical officer Angus Willison. Read more
11 Jul 2017
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox wanted to see how they stacked up against the rest of the fleet at the 470 world championships in Greece and they are well in contention after the first day of racing. Read more

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