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Sail Melbourne first to train Beijing Olympic officials
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(17-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Five officials at the forefront of the Beijing Olympics Sailing Competition in Quing Dao in 2008 arrived at Sandringham Yacht Club to get some ‘on the job’ training at the Olympic & Invited Classes regatta at Sail Melbourne.
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Sail Melbourne over for another year
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(16-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Conditions were so variable at the Olympic & Invited Classes of Sail Melbourne International Regatta 2005 it tested all sailors, but particularly those not used to light airs and it reflected in the overall results, including those of the Australians.
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New champions announced
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(15-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - The Olympic & Invited Classes Regatta at Sail Melbourne ended today on a quiet note – uncharacteristically light to nil breezes struck Port Phillip Bay, some races completed, some abandoned.
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The weather Gods have finally smiled on competitors at Sail Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(14-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Sailors in the Olympic & Invited Classes regatta left Sandringham Yacht Club at noon for their penultimate day of racing at Sail Melbourne in ideal 10 knot south-south easterlies breezes that steadily built to 15 knots and, by 3.00pm, to 23 knots with steep sharp seas.
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A better day on the Bay at Sail Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(13-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Variable but mainly light breezes on a beautiful sunny day on Port Phillip Bay for the Olympic & Invited Classes at the Sail Melbourne Regatta.
Racing got underway early for the Mistral Sailboards at 1200 hours as race officials from the host club, Sandringham Yacht Club attempted to catch up races for the 21 competitors.
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Variable conditions mix up the results
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(12-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Frustrating weather again on Day 3 at Sail Melbourne for the sailors in the Olympic & Invited Classes Regatta, the breeze lightning, then vanishing, and no racing for the Mistral boardsailors, now four races behind schedule due to lack of breeze.
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Singapore team take Sail Melbourne in their stride
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(12-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - They are best mates off the water, skipper and crew on it, but when they return to Singapore next month, sailors Yuan Zhen Xu and Benjamin Tan will both be on the receiving end of orders.
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All racing abandoned today at Sail Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(11-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Racing in all classes was abandoned at Sail Melbourne today due to high winds that at times gusted up to 30 knots and blew a consistent at 27 knots by mid afternoon on Port Phillip Bay.
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Olympians clean sweep at Sail Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-1-2005) Sail Melbourne - Olympic & Invited Class Regatta
Two time Olympians, Darren Bundock (AUS) and Nicky Bethwaite (AUS) clean swept their classes on Day 1 in the Olympic & Invited Classes regatta at Sail Melbourne sailed on Port Phillip Bay today.

Courtesy of Sports the Library
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Victor Kovalenko initiates free coaching clinic for all sailors participating Sail Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(24-12-2004) Sail Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia - Yachting Australia's head coach Victor Kovalenko has announced that there will be a free coaching clinic held for all competitors in the Sail Melbourne Olympic and Invited Classes Regatta on the 7th, 8th and 9th of January 2005.
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Sail Melbourne entries close this Friday
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(17-12-2004) Sail Melbourne Olympic Classes Regatta
Melbourne, Australia - Entries for Sail Melbourne, Australia’s only ISAF Grade 1 event close today, Friday December 17 and pre-closing, another big roll up for this internationally acclaimed regatta is in evidence.
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