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  • October 2008

  • Denmark claim Europe (Open) II Title

    Denmark claim Europe (Open) II Title

    25 October, 2008

    Denmark is the latest nation to have earned their place in the ISAF Nations Cup 2009 Grand Final in Brazil. The Danish team were declared winners after the final day’s match racing of the Regional Final was lost due to gale force winds.

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  • Results from the Racecourse

    Results from the Racecourse

    24 October, 2008

    We have magnificent conditions, a steady 15 knots of breeze from the west, sunshine and a flat sea in the middle harbour in Kinsale.

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  • Denmark Lead into Final Day

    Denmark Lead into Final Day

    24 October, 2008

    The Danish team of Mads Ebler with crew Soren Tonder, Frederik Sparvath, and Chris Keene Pederesen lead the Europe (Open) II into the final day.

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  • Racing Abandoned

    Racing Abandoned

    23 October, 2008

    Unfortunately, with a complex depression of 971 hPa, near Iceland, continuing to deepen and associated frontal troughs approaching in a very strong southwest airflow, racing has had to be abandoned for the day.

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  • Denmark in Lead After an Exciting First Day.

    Denmark in Lead After an Exciting First Day.

    22 October, 2008

    Denmark got off to a flying start in the first day of the ISAF Nations Cup Regional Final (Open) Europe II, with Mads EBLER and his crew scoring an almost perfect 5 victories from 6 matches.

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  • The Countdown Begins...

    The Countdown Begins...

    21 October, 2008

    Kinsale Yacht Club, sponsored by Port of Cork, Cork County Council, The Irish Sports Council, Failte Ireland & Irish Examiner, is host to the ISAF Nations Cup 2009 Regional Final Europe (Open), from the 22-25th October 2008

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  • Jeremy Elliott in Volvo Ocean Race.

    Jeremy Elliott in Volvo Ocean Race.

    07 October, 2008

    The new look Volvo Ocean Race has stop-overs in Cape Town, Kochi (India), Singapore, Qingdao (China), Rio de Janeiro, Boston, Galway, Gotenberg, and Stockholm and finishes in St Petersburg.

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