Racing

Three boats were ruled out of the race for being over the start line within one minute of the start.

Helm Tom Slingsby and wing trimmer Kyle Langford explore team’s innovative use of data during the championship race of SailGP Season 1.

"Storm Trysail Club is confident that we can stage a safe and exciting event while continuing to monitor health guidelines, listening to our sailors, and adapting contingency plans as needed.”

There was absolutely no stopping the Bluetack crew from holding onto their substantial lead from day one and co-owners Brent Lawson and Patrick Delany were elated to win the regatta.

After the seven races, Yandoo (John Winning, Mike Kennedy, Jasper Warren) finished as champion with a total of 29 points.

The two races (Races 5 and 6) were sailed in a light South East breeze on Sydney Harbour, in stark contrast to last weekend's violent weather.

The Australian champion tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake gave a masterclass of power sailing with a brilliant victory.

Canfield and crew accepted the King Edward VII Gold Cup, the sterling silver World Match Tour Championship trophy and the $30,000 winner’s cheque of the $100,000 prize purse.

The Quarterfinal Round saw a slew of penalties (14 penalties and one black flag against seven green flags), nearly as many lead changes, and two winner-take-all fifth races.

With a range of COVID-19 precautions in place to ensure the safety of competitors and officials, racing will be limited to Olympic and Youth classes with numbers capped for each class.

Jeppe Borch from Denmark and Johnie Berntsson from Sweden, placed first and second, respectively in the Repechage Round.

The south-westerly wind between 10 and 16 knots propelled six crews into the Quarterfinal Round.

Both skippers lead their respective groups 4-0 after the first day.

The 71st running of the Adelaide-Port Lincoln race will take place on 19 February 2021 with the four-day Lincoln Week Regatta to follow from 22-25 February.

After trailing the early leader Winning Group over the first two legs, tech2 took control of the race before crossing the finish line in what may be record time for the long Southerly course.

Sydney returned to deep winter for the MC38 class’ penultimate act of their 2020 season.