Archive - September 2001
Date Headline
1 Sep Fujifilm Dismasted
1 Sep News article - Style G 3198
1 Sep Greeks Continue to Lead
2 Sep Radich Nordic Champion again!
2 Sep Alain Gautier Wins
2 Sep Spectacular Match Racing
3 Sep New Greek World Champions
3 Sep Opening Ceremony
3 Sep Final Results
3 Sep Storms No Deterrent to Rolex Cup Competitors
3 Sep Strong Winds
4 Sep High Noon Start
4 Sep First Days Racing
4 Sep ISAF World Rankings For Olympic Classes
4 Sep Rob Smith Leads After Two Races
4 Sep Dan Dixon Wins
4 Sep Another Little Sailor into the World
5 Sep Rain Delays Play in Torbole
5 Sep One Day to Register
5 Sep Lightning Class President Stands Down
5 Sep Power Surge
5 Sep Nippon Cup in Japan Added to Tour
5 Sep No Racing Yesterday
5 Sep Day 1
6 Sep Racing Continues
6 Sep Wide Open After Five Races
6 Sep Mistral Puts Rolex Cup on Hold
6 Sep Meeting Papers Online
7 Sep Owen Jones is Worth it in Rolex Cup
7 Sep Atlanti X Unbeaten Run Ended by Hawk
7 Sep Round Robin Completed
7 Sep Close to the Limit
7 Sep Event Leader Caught OCS
7 Sep Sean the Lucky Sheep Brings Pouligny Success
8 Sep Top Eight Skippers Through to Quarter Finals
8 Sep Dawn Raid leading After Two Races
8 Sep Christian Binder (AUT) Takes Title
9 Sep Atalanti X Takes Title With Two Races to Spare
9 Sep Regatta About to Start
9 Sep Challening for a Spot in the Stars
9 Sep International Regatta for Sailors with Disabilities
9 Sep Podium Places Settled in Four Divisions After Five Races
9 Sep Patrick Monteiro Barros (POR) Leads Fleet
10 Sep Dorte Jensen (DEN) Retains Championship Title for Third Consecutive Year
10 Sep Strugstad wins Farr 40 European Championship
10 Sep Event Preview
11 Sep Final Rankings Posted
11 Sep Canada 5 - USA 2 After Seven Matches
11 Sep Favourites Proving Their Worth
11 Sep 149 Entries From 33 Countries
12 Sep First Day Of Racing Completed
12 Sep Malaysia Takes First Gold Medal in Sailing
12 Sep Porto Cervo Welcomes 12 Metres and Classic Yachts
12 Sep Report After Race 8
12 Sep Spanish Dominate Scoreboard
12 Sep Last Lap Decides Rolex Cup Winners
12 Sep Pleasing Everyone!
12 Sep Thoughts to the USA
12 Sep 60 Sailors Contending
13 Sep A Day Of Consolidation And Reckoning
13 Sep Virtual Hospital Revealed
13 Sep Three Boats at Top of Leaderboard after 2 Races
13 Sep Races Cancelled
13 Sep Gold Fleet Determined After Qualification Races
14 Sep Swiss Victory on Windy Day
14 Sep Australians Lead Men|s Fleet
14 Sep Canada Takes Title
14 Sep Conner Holds Lead
14 Sep RYA Launches New Initiatives
15 Sep Rolex Farr 40 World Championship
15 Sep Belgian Grand Prix
16 Sep Belgian Grand Prix
16 Sep 470 World Championship
16 Sep XXI South East Asian (SEA) Games completed
17 Sep BT Global Challenge hands over cheque for £950,000
17 Sep Day 4 Sees a Total of 9 Races Now Sailed
17 Sep Principessa Wins
17 Sep Slow Boats to Jersey
17 Sep Ukraine take Mens Title and Greece Womens
18 Sep Qualifying Races Underway
18 Sep Steven Lovegrove and Shaun Barber (GBR) World Champions
19 Sep One Race on Day One
19 Sep Dorota and Antoine Triumph
19 Sep GBR Challenge Leads the Way
20 Sep Spaniards Leading
20 Sep Participation Will Break Record
20 Sep Three Races Completed
20 Sep Williams Wins
20 Sep Olympic Regatta Retains Status Quo
20 Sep Skippers and Navigators Media Briefing
21 Sep Mark Ploch is The Champion
21 Sep Youth Class Identified in Singapore
21 Sep Still No Wind in Cascais
21 Sep Mc Kee Brothers Lead
22 Sep Mc Kee Brothers Continue to Lead
22 Sep Race Starts Tommorrow
23 Sep Starts Today
23 Sep Australian Team wins first race
23 Sep Bristol Clipper Wins Race 15
23 Sep Mc Kee Brothers World Champions
24 Sep Bergstrom Takes the Lead
24 Sep The Race For The South Is On
24 Sep NOOD Circuit Concludes..
25 Sep Fleet Tested with Big Winds
25 Sep Finn Gold Cup delayed in the Mists of Marblehead
25 Sep Fleet enter Bay of Biscay
25 Sep Solo Transatlantic Race Gets Underway
26 Sep Illbruck Leads
26 Sep 6 Metre Class and Melges 24 Worlds Date Changes
26 Sep Wolfgang Hunger Leads
26 Sep Paul Henderson Attends
26 Sep Sertl Settles in to Lead at Halfway Point
26 Sep Jacques Rogge Reviews Preparations for 2004
27 Sep Two Races Completed
27 Sep Lousy Lumpy Seas
27 Sep Sertl Leading
27 Sep Sailing Adventurers Dodge Hurricane Humberto
27 Sep Results
27 Sep A Bumpy Ride
28 Sep Sertl Wins With Race to Spare
28 Sep Hughes and Tsuha Lead
28 Sep British Finn Junior Sailors Rise to the Top
28 Sep Racing Delayed Due to Lack of Wind
28 Sep Another Problem At the Top
29 Sep Finally a day of Sailing!
29 Sep Wolfgang Hunger / Holger Jess - 2001 505 World Champions
29 Sep The Rich Getting Richer
30 Sep Sebastien Godefroid, Gold Cup winner
30 Sep Big Smiles
30 Sep Cronin Secures Second at Rolex Women|s Event
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