Cheche Team conquered the Beneteau 40.7 one-design fleet at the China Cup International Regatta after a lack of wind meant no racing in Shenzhen on the final day of competition.

Skip Lissiman’s America’s Cup vets on Down Under Racing hold third spot – just, while a Chinese Olympic rower come model come movie star caused excitement at the venue.

Alinghi was tied on points with Oman Air – flawless sailing by one and a misjudgment by the other decided the outcome.

Skip Lissiman’s Down Under Racing Team from Australia is in third overall, the 1983 America’s Cup winner has lost none of his zest for competition.

A showdown is on the cards for the final, tomorrow, with very little in it between the top three teams.

Travelling to events can be costly, so the Association has come up with grants to help those in need to get to major events.

In a variety of conditions, leads the spring pointscore, but Noakesailing is knocking on the door.

The program, which will take place at a number of SailGP events in Season 2, is geared towards young competitive sailors with an interest in learning to foil.

Julio Bernardeau Navarro steered his crew to scores of 1,3,1 - by far the most consistent set of results - and has displaced the Uruguayan team Fjord III from the top of the leaderboard.

Inconsistent winds made life difficult for the crews.

Kushila Stein had no water, but digging into her day pack she found a handful of boiled lollies which she rationed out during the 37 hours she was adrift.

After five hours of racing at an average speed of 30 knots, the Trimaran Macif (François Gabart/Gwénolé Gahinet) and the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild (Franck Cammas/Charles Caudrelier) are in the lead.

No less than 133 professional photographers, representing 29 countries have submitted a picture for the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award 2019.

Lazy Dog finished two points in front of Ginger and Hooligan wrapped up their season six points off second place.

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