Articles by: J/70 INT

Eat, Sleep, J, Repeat are 2019 J/70 UK National Champions

Paul Ward’s Eat, Sleep, J, Repeat is the 2019 J/70 UK National Champion. King and Wilson’s Soak Racing is the Corinthian UK National Champion. Michael Goldfarb’s Warcanoe from Seattle (USA) was the top team out of all the 35 international teams competing. Calascione & Ripard’s Calypso (MLT) was third for […]

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J/70 UK Class National Championship Day Two

The second day of the J/70 UK National Championship was one to keep your head out of the boat. After a delay ashore, a sea breeze materialized producing super-light conditions for the international fleet. Avoiding the wind holes and tuning into the breeze direction as it slowly shifted south were […]

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J/70 UK National Championship Day One

Caribbean style conditions on the first day of the J/70 UK National Championship had the J/70 fleet grinning form ear to ear, after three highly competitive races in the beautiful surrounding of Torbay, nicknamed Torbados by the J/70 fleet. Calascione & Ripard’s Calypso was the top performing boat racing for […]

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Australians Crowned J/70 SAILING Champions League Winner

Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron turned on the afterburners in a thrilling four-boat showdown to win the SAILING Champions League 2019 on the lake of St. Moritz (15-18 August). The crew from Sydney were the only non-European team among 24 clubs representing 10 nations, and now the trophy flies out of […]

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Chris Kostanecki’s Jennifer Becomes Fourth J/70 Corinthian US National Champion

Harbor Springs, MI–August 11, 2019– Chris Kostanecki’s Jennifer handled the closing race of the J/70 Corinthian US National Championship like true experts. They came into Sunday’s final pair of races with a three-point advantage over Scott Sellers’ Tres Burritos. But Sellers nailed another bullet (his fourth of the regatta) in […]

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PAINT IT BLACK Crowned German J/70 Champion

During Travemunde Race Week in Travemunde, the German J/70 Class hosted its National Championship for a fleet of 31 teams. The PRO managed to run 11 races over the course of four days. Winning in a very close battle for the top of the podium was Michel Grau’s PAINT IT […]

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Paul Ward’s Eat, Sleep, J, Repeat Awarded 2019 J-Cup

The J/Boats family bid a fond farewell to Paul Heys who ‘sailed away’ in February this year. Before the start of racing, the 60-boat fleet gathered in the vicinity of the proposed location for the Paul Heys Memorial Buoy for a special tribute. Whilst observing a minute’s silence, Paul Heys’ […]

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