mark roundings Rules: Eight Ways the Game Has Changed Nov 5th, 2012 By Dick Rose From establishing the zone at the mark to enforcing common rules worldwide, eight rule changes have reshaped the sport of sailing over the past 50 years, for better or worse. Nuances of Giving Mark Room Mar 9th, 2012 By Dick Rose A common scenario illustrates that, as boats approach a leeward mark, multiple rules come into play—even when it may seem as simple as giving room. "Rules" from our March… Mark-Room Cases Jan 27th, 2012 By Dick Rose A new ISAF case and US SAILING appeal aim to provide more clarity to mark-rounding situations. "Rules" from our March 2011 issue. Around the Racecourse, Part 7: Gain at the Gate Aug 22nd, 2011 By Steve Hunt A crowded leeward-gate rounding is a perfect opportunity to pass boats, and more often than not, the best solution is the path of least resistance. Fundamentals from our… Overlaps Established Inside the Zone Aug 15th, 2011 By Dick Rose Brush up on three common mark-rounding scenarios. Rules from our July/August 2011 issue.