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We heard from our sailors that they wanted to see video of the day's racing after each day of the event. Here they all are, thanks to Sperry Top-Sider.
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October 30, 2001Steady Sea Breeze Kicks off Second Day of the 2001 Sailing World Marblehead NOODby Libby CarrollJust minutes before the first start of the day, a steady sea breeze filled what had been a flat harbor to kick off the second day of the 2001 Sailing World Marblehead NOOD regatta. Skipper Judy Button, of Toronto, Canada, and her crew, aboard their Laser 28, Rags, finished second today. With a score of five points for the day, they were just one point behind home-water rival Rock’n’Roll.Rating:0
October 30, 2001Pandapas and Dyson Win Overall Honors at Marblehead Race Weekby Cynthia GossFourteen Winners Crowned at Conclusion of Sailing World NOOD at Marblehead Race WeekRating:0
October 30, 2001Winds and Competition Pick up Pace at Sailing World NOOD at Marblehead Race Weekby Cynthia GossMarblehead (Mass.) July 27, 2001 — In sailboat racing, there is such a thing as a sailing widow or a sailing widower, when one half of a couple lives for sailboat racing and the other half lives for anything but. Except in the Rhodes 19 class.Husband-and-wife crews are a common sight in this 19-foot sailboat competing at the Sailing World NOOD at Marblehead Race Week. Today, at the second day of Race Week, race results proved this combo works.Rating:0
October 30, 2001Rags Shreds her Competition in the Laser 28 Fleetby Libby CarrollRacing Continues for the Third Day of the 2001 Sailing World Marblehead NOODRating:0
October 30, 2001Marblehead Etchell Sailors Brush the Cobwebs off Their Heavy Air Sailsby Libby CarrollMarblehead Etchell sailors brushed the cobwebs off their heavy air sails upon hearing a forecast that the first day of the 2001 Sailing World NOOD regatta would see winds of 25 knots or more. By the starting gun, the morning squall had dwindled to nine knots. Light, lumpy conditions soon prevailed and only nine of the 19 entries finished their first race.Rating:0
October 30, 2001Race Week Competitors Head into Final Stage of Competition on Sundayby Cynthia GossOverall Trophies at Sailing World NOOD at Race Week Ride on Final RacesRating:0
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An environmentalist's dream boat, the sabani sailboats, have no motor. They are only powered by the wind and, the team, using paddles.
These boats, called sabani, will participate in the Mayor's Cup Sabani Race, an annual event, held in Itoman City, Okinawa, Japan. Photo taken November 10, 2013, the morning of the event.