https://youtu.be/pjJxn2cKZ3E The story of the 2022 World Championships in Halifax was easily that Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti won 14 of 16 fleet races winning the title before the medal…Read More
https://youtu.be/Hbvr4L0tRsE (Day 5 Live Broadcast Replay) Day five was another good ‘Bay Day’ for the 49er and 49erFX fleets before it turned a bit lighter and less predictable for the…Read More
https://youtu.be/PoHeOF0XvI0 Day four was a classic ‘Bay Day’ with 12 to 14 knots of steady sea breeze for the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships in Nova Scotia, Canada.…Read More
Live Broadcast Replay - Nacra 17 was second fleet on course. https://youtu.be/Fh4zFApLpc0 HIGHLIGHTS Another sunny day in St Margaret’s Bay, but the 6 to 10 knot breeze was full of…Read More
Tita and Banti (ITA) looking the part as champions HIGHLIGHTS A perfect ‘Bay Day’ with 8 to 14 knots of sea breeze in sunny St Margaret’s BayPort tack start is…Read More
Hubbards, Nova Scotia, Canada - There was no hesitation to hoist the gennaker on the Nacra 17 course today for day one of the World Championships despite 24 knots and…Read More
A piper opens the 2022 World Championship Hubbards, Nova Scotia, CANADA - A bagpiper rang in the crowd Tuesday evening for the opening ceremonies of the 2022 World Championships as…Read More
Hubbards, Nova Scotia, Canada - The Hubbards Community Waterfront has been completely transformed in preparation for the 2022 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 World Championships. What was once a thriving…Read More
https://youtu.be/8SvN-LldoYc The 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 fleets completed the biggest ever Junior World Championship for each of the classes. A total of 140 teams from 30 nations are racing…Read More
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