Archive - May 2004
Date Headline
1 May 3
1 May Light And Shifty Day At The Office
1 May No Racing Again
1 May And The Winners Are…
1 May Classic Regatta Kicks Off In Victoria
2 May 3
2 May Arve Sundheim and Jennifer Harrison
2 May Ingate Clear Winner
2 May Spectacular Finish to 37th Annual Sailing Week
2 May Perfect Final Day Conditions
2 May Jenny AXHEDE Wins
2 May Tie Break Decides IOD
2 May Schedule Catches Up
3 May Fresh Sou|Westers Test Crews
3 May Fight to the End
3 May One Day To Go
3 May Formidable Line Up
3 May Winkler Keeps His Crown
4 May Layline On-board As Event Sponsor
4 May Action Starts Today
4 May Wet And Windless Day One
4 May Entering The Home Stretch
4 May Now Offering Shorter Race Options
4 May Geronimo's Jules Verne Trophy Time Ratified By The WSSRC
5 May A Logistical Marathon
5 May Another Cold And Rainy Day In Torbole
5 May Solings Return To France
5 May World Number One Takes Early Lead
5 May Results Confirmed And Final Places Announced
5 May 100 Days To Go
6 May Rankings Released 6 May 2004
6 May Major Differences In Performance
6 May Statements Following The Incident In Athens
6 May Perfect Day One
6 May News article - Style G 8822
6 May Over 70 Boats To Compete
6 May Calais to Fastnet And Back
6 May Lack Of Wind Changed The Course Of Day Two
6 May Round The Island Race Opens Annual Anguilla Regatta
6 May ISAF Sailor Users Exceed 20,000 - Classification Code Users Exceed 10,000
6 May Women In Olympic Sailing
6 May Storms and Testing On Day 4
6 May Olympic Update
7 May Jablonski And Brady Undefeated as Coutts Bombs
7 May Competitiors Selected
7 May 3
7 May IPC Need Games Memorabilia
7 May McAlpine Business Services Sponsor British Olympic Classes Sailing Squad
7 May Shape-up for ORMA 60s and Shake Down for IMOCA 60s
7 May Young Sailors Line Up For Their First Championship Experience
7 May Over 100 To Compete In La Rochelle
8 May All Star Line Up In Spain
8 May Spectacular Opening Day
8 May Day Five Sees Good Breeze On Lake Garda
8 May Brady Wins Round Robin
9 May 3
9 May 25,000 Spectators Celebrate Sailing Festival
9 May First Team Meetings In Qatar
9 May Gilmour Vs. Coutts For Glory
9 May Vascotto Takes First Blood
9 May Star Studded Regatta Taking Place Today
10 May Volvo 60 Atlantic Match Race Underway
10 May Wedding Week Celebrations
10 May 80-100 Boats Expected Next Weekend
10 May Comeback Coutts
10 May Boards Tested In Light Conditions
10 May IRM Granted Top Trophies At Classic Regatta
10 May Celebrities share Olympic Emotions in IOC Promotional Campaign |Celebrate Humanity|
10 May Suspension
10 May Light Breeze And Rain Challenges Fleet On Day One
10 May Mid-Channel Capers
11 May t
11 May 5
11 May 4
11 May Olympic Torch Relay
11 May New Round Britain and Ireland Record
11 May Surprises on Day One
11 May Mateusz Opens The Game
11 May Entries Invited
11 May Victory For South Zone
11 May Soling Teams Dominate
11 May Duel Between Bonduelle And Ecover
11 May Final Qualification Regatta Begins Tomorrow
12 May 3
12 May Dutch Take Control On Day Two
12 May Smaller Boats to Benefit By Longer Official Course Length
12 May Day One
12 May Kusznierewicz Keeps The Lead
12 May Day Two
12 May First Few Arive In St. Barts
12 May Bonduelle Makes A Break
12 May IOC Commission Expresses Renewed Confidence that Athens will be Ready
12 May Awkward Conditions For Day Three
13 May Sailing Athletes To Make Appearances In New York City
13 May Last Day of Semi-Finals
13 May No Surprises on Day Three
13 May The America|s Cup Welcomes Grupo Santander
13 May Tricky Conditions on Day Three
13 May Venue And Sailing Area
13 May Light Airs on Day Two
13 May Racing Abandoned on Day One
14 May 3
14 May Qualification Finishes
14 May Bonduelle Wins
14 May Countdown Continues
14 May A Patient Man's Day
14 May 3
14 May 3
14 May Penultimate Day
15 May First Day Of Finals
15 May Day Two - Racing Gets Underway
15 May Hard Day At Sea
15 May New Event Launched
15 May Black Flag Makes Mateusz' Day
15 May Final Day - Final Qualification
16 May 3
16 May Staszewska Takes Title On Final Day
16 May Day Three
16 May Perfect Conditions In Hong Kong
16 May Istanbul Set To Host 2004 Edition
16 May No Racing On Final Day
17 May Finals Start Today
17 May GBR Team Head International Line-up
17 May Youngsters Win Prestigious Trophy
17 May 3
17 May 70 Yachts Preparing For Action Off Capri
17 May Light Breezes Force Many To Retire
17 May Defenders Preparing to Fight For Title
17 May Records Announced And Ratified
18 May IOC Approves Consensus With Regard to Athletes Who Have Changed Sex
18 May Tight Racing Follows Postponement On Day Five
18 May Fleet Size Boost Expected For 2004
18 May First Race Abandoned
18 May IOC Discusses Revision of Olympic Games Sports Programme
18 May Five Cities To Compete To Host 2012 Olympic Games
19 May 3
19 May STOP PRESS - 1525 hrs local time: Mendelblatt Wins Final Race
19 May Real-time Online Reporting
19 May Perfect Day One Conditions
19 May Light Winds Prevail But Racing Underway
19 May Kournikova To Start Transat
19 May Nautica Sign Sponsorship Agreement
19 May Officials Team Up For Epic Olympics
20 May IOC Executive Board Wraps up Discussions
20 May Scheidt Makes It Seven
20 May Talisman (USA) and Meridiana - Italtel (ITA) 1 - 2 Overall at the Rolex IMS Worlds Offshore Race
20 May Nations Confirmed for 2004 Paralympic Sailing Competition
21 May 3
21 May Olympic Fundraiser
21 May First Commercial Partner Aboard
21 May Race Leaders Reshuffled After Protest
21 May New Name And Website
21 May Qualification Complete
22 May Tense Stand-off Between Ireland and USA Expected at Laser II Europeans
22 May Largest Hobie Event Ever
22 May From Olympia To Athens: Summer Programme Of The Olympic Museum
22 May Preview
22 May X-Prozac (ITA) Leads
22 May FIFA Last Summer Olympic International Federation To Sign-Up To WADA Code
22 May Rolex IMS World Championship Ends With Italian Boats Winning Both Classes
23 May Solings Head Out Onto Lake Ontario
23 May Revived
23 May Excitement Mounts As Transat Start Nears
23 May Report Day 1
24 May Local Sailors Take Title
24 May 3
24 May Countdown To Race Start
24 May The QBE Insurance Race
24 May International Fleet Assembling
24 May Crews Practicing Today
24 May No Racing On Day Two
25 May New Rating Initiative Launched
25 May Inaugural Championship A Success
25 May Six Races Completed
25 May Epic Event Concludes On Mallorca
25 May Racing Postponed On Day One
25 May Day Two
25 May International Olympic Security Conference Opens In Athens
25 May Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal Awarded
25 May Olympic Solidarity Scholarships
26 May 3
26 May Racing Resumes On Big Tuesday
26 May Final Report
26 May Gilly Unstoppable
26 May Solings Finish Off Racing
26 May 2005 World And European Championship Dates Confirmed
26 May Martin JONES and Andy RICE (GBR) Take Victory
26 May Record Number Of Nations To Compete At Pinnacle Youth Event
26 May Just Three Spaces Remain For Act One
26 May Day Three
27 May Navy Leads After Day One
27 May Jourdain Withdraws With Keel Problems
27 May Day Two
27 May Racing Underway
27 May Hundreds of Young Sailors To Participate In USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festivals
27 May Sailing Crew Required For Youth Campaign In Queensland
27 May Three Days to Go
27 May ATHENS 2004 Rewards Volunteers Of 3rd Sport Events Cluster
27 May Selection Of Equipment
28 May Light Breeze Slow Schedule On Day Three
28 May Nestea Confirmed As Title Sponsor
28 May Identical Conditions On Day Two
28 May Day Four
28 May First Tasmanian And Victorian Nominations Received`
28 May Sailing To Be Included In FESPIC Games
28 May 3
29 May Pacé And Gilmour To Meet In Final
29 May Day Five
29 May Vasilij Dominant In Laser Fleet
29 May Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose! - Final Report
29 May First Full Day Of Racing
30 May Pacé Beats Gilmour To Take Grade 1 Event
30 May Final Day
30 May Local Sailor First Known Winner
31 May Ready For Action
31 May Challenge Fleet Set Off From Cowes
31 May Frostad Takes The First Race
31 May Day Three
31 May Light Breeze Plagues Start
31 May Regatta Concludes In Light Conditions
31 May Tough Conditions For Race Start
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