Triple M won the seventh race to become the only two-race winner in the championship.

Marcus Blackmore had two Olympic medallists at the back of the boat.

A shifty easterly breeze greeted yachts at the start and many ignored the basics of staying near to the start line in such conditions and paid the price.

Ikon looks primed to reclaim the Lipton Cup which eluded her in controversial circumstances last year.

It was touch and go for reigning Women’s Match Racing world champion, Lucy Macgregor, as the weather played havoc with competitors.

Tom Slingsby helped Marcus Blackmore’s Hooligan to a strong performance on Pittwater.

The yacht had been conducting an around the world trip when it lost its mast in heavy weather on Thursday night.

For the first time in its 50-year history, the Marlay Point Overnight Race will include a classic division.

Trine Palludan and her Danish Team Kattnakken defeated the young Australian team skippered by Sarah Parker.

In the fourth match, Trine Palludan leads Australian Sarah Parker 1-0.

This was the fifth running of OptiChicks in NSW, with previous iterations having been run at BYRA, Hunters Hill (x2) and Gosford.

Inshore regattas will be held through the year with players accumulating points that will establish their standings in the eSailing World Rankings.

The sailing events at the Youth Olympic Games are windsurfing, kiteboarding and foiling Nacra.

Trine Palludan is the only unbeaten skipper.

In the past 12 months, Australian Sailing recorded a loss which can be attributed to lower revenues in commercial programs including sponsorship and course fees.