Sailing News _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) Sept. 21, 2004 Bell Mumm 30 World Championship Royal Canadian Yacht Club / Sept. 21-24, 2004 *** Photo information below *** Tuesday’s weather: Wind 10-14-8 knots, S-SW. Wednesday’s forecast: Wind 15 dropping to 10. Father First, Son (15) Fourth in Bell…
Sailing News _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) _/) Sept. 14, 2004 Bell Mumm 30 World Championship Royal Canadian Yacht Club / Sept. 21-24, 2004 *** Photo information below *** Bell Joins Mumm 30s for 8th World Championship in Toronto TORONTO, Canada—Take it from Nelson Stephenson, the Mumm 30s have…
By Rich Roberts For the world’s only superpower, it wasn’t like splitting with Lithuania in basketball or not even qualifying in baseball – after all, we invented those sports – but what did you think of the medal count for American Olympic sailors? Is it, hey, weren’t our two medal successes wonderful? As 1992 silver…
–Yachting World, August 4 2004 A total of 83 Melges 24 crews from 14 nations and three continents are making their way to Marstrand, Sweden to compete in the 2004 Melges 24 World Championship from 9-13 August. Crews from as far a field as Australia and California will join the top European teams for what…
Harken/McLube: What first attracted you to competitive sailing?
Samual “Shark” Kahn, the current world champion, won four of nine races
and led most of the week.
With only five points separating Col and second placed Shark Kahn it was still wide open going into this final race and the spectator boats were out in force to watch them fight it out.
Pegasus Racing and Shark
Still Leading On Day Three In Key West
It was a day of ups and downs in the Melges 24 fleet at Terra Nova Trading Key West today. The breeze was much shiftier and lighter than on the first two days and the change in conditions really put the sailors to the test.
Day two at Terra Nova Trading Key West provided the Melges 24 fleet with two more beautiful races. The battle between father and son Philippe and Shark Kahn cranked up a notch today and with four races completed the fourteen year old Shark now leads his father by 8 points.
The fifty-eight strong Melges 24 fleet opened their regatta at Terra Nova Trading Key West with two excellent races today. The only disappointment of the day was the weather, which failed to delivery the traditional Key West sunshine until mid afternoon and instead brought overcast skies and light showers.