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  • 15 Dec, 2017 9:32am
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Two New Zealand sailors will be chasing medals on the final day of the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, tonight. Josh Armit is in third in the boy's Laser Radial, seven points off a possible silver medal but with two other sailors
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  • 14 Dec, 2017 9:48pm
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It pays for Olympic class sailors to be handy mathematicians and Sam Meech found himself doing a few sums throughout the last day of Sail Sydney today. The 26-year-old Laser sailor became embroiled in a dog fight with Australia's Matthew Wearn on
  • 14 Dec, 2017 8:18am
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Seb Lardies and Scott McKenzie showed their potential by winning two out of their three races at the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, yesterday to climb further up the leaderboard. The pair were expected to be in the mix after winning
  • 13 Dec, 2017 9:03pm
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A number of Kiwis will be chasing medals tomorrow on the final day of Sail Sydney as they look to round off the year on a good note. Seven New Zealand boats are in contention after three days of challenging conditions on Sydney harbour as they've
  • 13 Dec, 2017 8:04am
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Josh Armit might be forgiven for thinking it was groundhog day at the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, last night. The 16-year-old was first and 14th in his two races in the boy's Laser Radial yesterday - identical to his results
  • 12 Dec, 2017 10:35pm
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Alex Maloney and Molly Meech continued their dominance in the 49erFX at Sail Sydney, with seemingly their biggest worry keeping out of the way of ferries chugging up and down Sydney harbour. The pair have won five of the six races in the small fleet
  • 12 Dec, 2017 8:06am
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The Laser Radial sailors led the way for the New Zealand team at the youth sailing world championships in China, with both inside the top four after the first day of racing. Josh Armit opened his account in perfect fashion by winning the first race
  • 11 Dec, 2017 9:06pm
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Kiwi crews claimed bragging rights after the first day of Sail Sydney, with New Zealanders sitting on top of the leaderboard in all three classes they are competing in. Alex Maloney and Molly Meech started off in perfect fashion, winning all three
  • 7 Dec, 2017 11:09am
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It's 9169km from Auckland to Sanya, China, and Sam Street probably felt like he had already travelled that far when he took off with the rest of the New Zealand team for the upcoming youth sailing world championships. Street journeys from New Plymouth
  • 16 Dec, 2017 10:32am
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New Zealand finished with five crews inside the top 10 at the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, last night. It was a decent return for the 14-strong team who were contesting all nine youth classes. Josh Armit (boy's Laser Radial)
  • 15 Dec, 2017 9:32am
  • 7 minutes to read
Two New Zealand sailors will be chasing medals on the final day of the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, tonight. Josh Armit is in third in the boy's Laser Radial, seven points off a possible silver medal but with two other sailors
  • 14 Dec, 2017 9:48pm
  • 5 minutes to read
It pays for Olympic class sailors to be handy mathematicians and Sam Meech found himself doing a few sums throughout the last day of Sail Sydney today. The 26-year-old Laser sailor became embroiled in a dog fight with Australia's Matthew Wearn on