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Sailing - 24 Jul 2001
A partnership agreement has been reached between Virtual Spectator Inc, and Volvo Event Management UK, the organizers of the Volvo Ocean Race, to provide Internet coverage and television animations for the upcoming event, which starts from Southampton, UK, on September 23rd.
Sailing - 21 May 2001
The homecoming of the BT Global Challenge fleet in Southampton is to be delayed from June 23rd to June 29th/30th 2001, race organisers announced today.
Sailing - 15 May 2001
Australia’s best ever chance of staging an Around the World Yacht Race has been lost through lack of support only six months prior to its scheduled start. The announcement was made in Hobart by Race Director, Don McIntyre, after many weeks consultation with competitors.
Sailing - 25 Apr 2001
Today, Great Adventures Ltd., a global yacht race producer, announced the sale of Around Alone - the 27,000-mile single-handed round-the-world sailing race - to UK-based Clipper Ventures Plc.
Sailing - 07 Mar 2001
The Times Clipper 2000 race from Yokohama to Shanghai has been suspended due to damage sustained by several yachts in the storm force 10 winds off the east coast of Japan. All crew and yachts are now safely back in Yokohama.
Sailing - 05 Mar 2001
The race dates for the America's Cup in 2003 were announced Friday 2nd March by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron. The Commodore of the RNZYS, Peter Taylor, also confirmed that nine challenges had been received from yacht clubs by the first deadline for entries which was yesterday evening.
Sailing - 22 Feb 2001
Peter Harrison, Chairman of GBR Challenge, today announced that the Royal Ocean Racing Club is to submit the entry for the 31st America's Cup, on behalf of his syndicate.
Sailing - 11 Oct 2000
Proteus Sports Launches Asian Yachting Circuit
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