Articles by: J/70 INT

ONE Kiel Tops German J/70 Segel-Bundesliga

As the hosts for the first 2020 Germany J/70 Segel-Bundesliga that took place in Kiel from July 17-19, the three Kiel clubs (Baltic Sailing Club, Kiel Sailing Association and TSV Schilksee) did not expect that one of their hometown teams would end up dominating the fleet of 18 teams. After […]

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QUARTER 2 ELEVEN Tops J/70 Bodensee Battle Regatta

There is a lake in Switzerland that is known as the Bodensee, sitting between Germany, Switzerland and Austria. When the initial Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga was created five years ago, a decision was made by all of the Bodensee member sailing clubs. The clubs agreed to standardize on one boat for inter-club […]

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2020 J/70 North American Championship Cancelled

The International J/70 Class Association (IJ70CA) and the Port Credit Yacht Club in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada have determined, because of the varying levels of infection and disruption across the world, that the 2020 J/70 North American Championship scheduled for September 20-27 is cancelled. The Executive Committee has been closely monitoring […]

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2020 J/70 European Championship Postponed to June 2021

The International J/70 Class Association Executive Committee, working with the Organizing Authority of the 2020 European Championship to be held in Copenhagen Denmark, has determined, because of the varying levels of infection and disruption across the world, to postpone the J/70 European Championship hosted by the Royal Danish Yacht Club […]

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2020 J/70 World Championship Postponed to August 2021

The International J/70 Class Association has been closely monitoring the worldwide developments in the COVID-19 pandemic. On April 2, the International J/70 Executive Committee met specifically in regard to the upcoming World Championship to be held July 25-August 1 (in Los Angeles, USA). The Executive Committee understands the huge commitment […]

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Warsash Spring Series Starts with a Blow

Brisk conditions of force 5-6 from the SSW greeted the hardy people who ventured out on Sunday 15 March for the start of the new season. The conditions clearly suited Simon Cavy in the J/70 Just4Play who took line honours is all three races as well as winning them on […]

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Eat Sleep J Repeat Stay Hot in Miami

Tough, rough and exhilarating conditions showed up in Biscayne Bay on the last day at the Bacardi Invitational Regatta for the thrill of the 524 sailors gathered in Miami for this world-renowned event. An average 15 knots breeze, with gusts of over 20 knots, tested teams and served up a […]

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Mikhail Sheremetev’s Elf Controls Primo-Cup

The Primo-Cup Trophée Credit Suisse is one of those classic winter events that keep up with tradition while always adding something new. Hosted by the Yacht Club de Monaco, this 36th edition saw a successful format that attracted 450 sailors on some 100 boats divided into six classes. With 20 […]

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