Archive - June 2001
Date Headline
1 Jun University of Hawaii Wins
4 Jun The 2001 J22 World Championships concluded with Ian Ainslie (RSA) taking the title.
4 Jun Elliot and Hancock (GBR) lead all week
4 Jun New Internet Application
4 Jun Terry Harper will leave at the end of his contract
4 Jun Across The Date Line
4 Jun SAP Ausmaid Favourite For Overall Winner
4 Jun Virtual Spectator For The Race
4 Jun More Difficult Racing
4 Jun Across The Date Line
4 Jun Nicorette Takes Line Honours
4 Jun Better Winds On Day Two
4 Jun Slower Progress For The Leaders
4 Jun Nicorette Opens Up Lead As She Nears Tasmania
4 Jun Additional Crew For Innovation Explorer
4 Jun Dubois Retires
4 Jun Winds Lighten As Leaders Pass Montagu Island
4 Jun Six Entries Confirmed
4 Jun Passing Half Way
4 Jun Time To Go
4 Jun Peace At Christmas
4 Jun Nasty Weather Forecast- Records Look Safe
4 Jun Lake Constance
4 Jun Weather Is Not In The Brochure.
4 Jun Go Slow In Brittany
4 Jun Final Day Frenzy
4 Jun Local Teams On Top
5 Jun Georgetown University Takes Lead
5 Jun 2-3 June 2001, National Sailing Centre
5 Jun Cuba will launch a bid to play host to the 2012 Olympics
5 Jun 7 November 2004 will be the start date of the next Vendee Globe non-stop Around the World Race
5 Jun Christmas Preparations
5 Jun A Second Chance To Comply
5 Jun Five Of the Six Are Ready
5 Jun All Change at the Front
5 Jun Entries Refused
5 Jun Team Philips Disappears
5 Jun Advertising, Eligibility, Anti-Doping Codes
5 Jun Christmas Preparations
5 Jun A Second Chance To Comply
5 Jun Five Of the Six Are Ready
5 Jun Jersey Takes Leg Four - Panama to Galapagos
5 Jun Advertising, Eligibility, Anti-Doping Codes
5 Jun Team Philips Disappears
5 Jun Entries Refused
5 Jun All Change at the Front
5 Jun Low Pressure Systems Persist
5 Jun Media Drama
5 Jun Low Pressure - Big Waves
5 Jun They|re On Their Way
5 Jun Low Pressure - Big Waves
5 Jun Farr 40 Australian Title Goes To John Calvert-Jones In Southern Star
5 Jun They|re On Their Way
5 Jun Prada|s Brady Defeats Switzerland|s Jones
5 Jun Down Under On Top
6 Jun 5-6 May 2001, Genoa, Italy
6 Jun New Member National Authorities join ISAF
6 Jun Obituary
6 Jun No Wind on Day 1
6 Jun Sorbent Helsal II On Track For Record
6 Jun Rough And Tumble In Southern Surf
6 Jun Murray Jones And His Swiss Team Lead After Day One
6 Jun The Big Split?
6 Jun Day Two
6 Jun All At Sea
6 Jun A Game Of Chess In The South
6 Jun Day One
6 Jun Team Legato Set To Break Out
7 Jun Results after Three Races
7 Jun Australians Looking Good with Four Races to go
7 Jun Tight Winter Racing In Sydney
8 Jun Proposed Rule Changes
8 Jun Kerry Klinger Wins Opening Day
8 Jun Agreement In The USA
8 Jun Sorbent Helsal II Breaks Record
9 Jun Tufts University Wins
9 Jun A Smashing Time Was Had By All
9 Jun Foncia Leads
9 Jun Tufts University Take Title
11 Jun Island Hopping In The South
11 Jun Coroner|s Report - CYCA Respond
11 Jun Team Adventure In La Coruna
11 Jun Klinger Cleans Up
11 Jun Groupama wins the Cap d'Agde Grand Prix
11 Jun Michael Coxon Wins at Mooloolaba
11 Jun Disappontment as wind fails to materialise
11 Jun Island Fling Takes Line Honours on Day One of Swan European Regatta
11 Jun IOC to Investigate 'Gene Therapy'
11 Jun John Winning Victorious For Australia
12 Jun Good racing enjoyed at Herne Bay
12 Jun Island Fling leads again
12 Jun Kate Hoey Loses Position
13 Jun Schumann Leading After Three Races
13 Jun Menenes and Island Fling Rule on Day Three of Swan European Regatta
13 Jun Sailing is included
13 Jun Gustav Dahlberg Will Retire in July
14 Jun Thompson leads after four races
14 Jun French dominate overall leader board
14 Jun Canadian Forces Base
14 Jun Spithill (USA) defeats Italian Champion Cian
14 Jun Schumann Unbeatable
14 Jun Thousands Flood Isle of Wight
14 Jun ISAF Regulations Amended and Reformatted
14 Jun Spithill (USA) Continues Winning Form
15 Jun Thompson Leads after Day Four
15 Jun Xaossa Takes Overall Victory at Swan European Regatta
15 Jun The King of Spain, Juan Carlos II, will continue an old Spanish Royal Family tradition and race at Cowes.
16 Jun Ellen receives honour from HM The Queen
16 Jun Obituary
16 Jun All time Race Record Smashed
16 Jun IFDS Secretariat to be administered by ISAF
16 Jun Classification under new IFDS Classification System
17 Jun Mandrake Streaks Ahead
17 Jun Jourdain defeats MacArthur Overall
17 Jun Holmberg Defeats Cian Overall
18 Jun Nemesis Wins Overall
18 Jun Yachting New Zealand Seeking Coaches
18 Jun Kieler Woche Opens in Germany
19 Jun Entreprendre Steals Big Boats Thunder
19 Jun Nordbjerg defeats Berntsson
19 Jun Tommaso Chieffi beats Paolo Cian
19 Jun Win for Spaniard Torrens
20 Jun A light wind at Trieste today.
20 Jun Carrera breaks Annapolis to Newport Record
20 Jun Idea Runs Aground
20 Jun Margaret Rintoul II Rule 69 Hearing Now Completed
20 Jun New System to be Lauched on July 1
20 Jun Close Finish on Leg Six
20 Jun Olympic Classes Under Way
21 Jun Farewell Fares Best in Inshore Series
21 Jun Cayard Through to Semi Finals
21 Jun Bristol Creams Opposition
21 Jun All Female Entry Confirmed
22 Jun Surprise With Slovenians taking Third Position
22 Jun Flukey and shifting winds delay racing in Kiel
22 Jun Grant Daulton|s Nautor Challenge Led Off the Start
22 Jun ISAF Olympic and Match Racing Rankings Go Live On-Line
22 Jun Olympic Class Racing Day Three
23 Jun Strong winds forces racing to be abandoned today, 23 June
23 Jun Idea (ITA) claims victory in Giraglia Race
23 Jun Fujifilm claims third victory
23 Jun Cayard and Gilmour to contest Finals
24 Jun Kieler Woche Concludes
24 Jun Bonduelle Wins the Cagliari Grand Prix
25 Jun Moller leading After Three Races
25 Jun Paul Cayard wins the Nations Cup
25 Jun Foggy But Windy
25 Jun Mixed Conditions at Long Beach, California
26 Jun Race from Los Angeles to Hawaii gets Under Way
26 Jun Five Races Completed
26 Jun Mission Completed
26 Jun Election of the Host City for 2008 Olympic Games
26 Jun David Pearson is National Sailing Coach
26 Jun Light and Fickle Winds a Challenge
27 Jun More Light Weather on Day Two
27 Jun Bonaire early leader as weather outlook improves
27 Jun Moller Still Leads
28 Jun Three new modern 8-Metres are under construction
28 Jun One Ton Cup Comes To Britain
28 Jun No Racing On Final Day
28 Jun The Groups Are Decided
28 Jun Fresh Breeze And Fun On Day One
28 Jun Round One Nearly Completed
28 Jun Ainslie and Schuman Lead Their Groups
29 Jun Long Distance on Day Two
29 Jun The Ekaterinburg Cup Opens in Russia
29 Jun Released 28 June
29 Jun Due in Southampton on Saturday
29 Jun Ulrikkeholm and Multala Lead
30 Jun Regatta Concludes
30 Jun Semi finallists Decided
30 Jun Only Four Races Completed
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