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Chris Bake's Team Aqua, on this occasion with Jim Richardson steering, proved that she has lost none of her winning ways, when she claimed the Audi RC44 Porto Cervo Cup albeit by a mere point, after a final day of three races, held in near perfect conditions off Sardinia's Costa Smeralda. (more)


Conditions off Sardinia's Costa Smeralda were the most consistent yet at the Audi RC44 Porto Cervo Cup. The 7-10 knot north-northeasterly allowed the race committee on this, the event's penultimate day, to hold four races, compensating for windless Thursday's loss to the schedule. (more)


With a complex local weather system that proved challenging to the Race Committee, day two of fleet racing at the Audi RC44 Porto Cervo Cup saw three races completed on two different race courses. (more)


Team Aqua won against Artemis, Charisma and Peninsula Petroleum, but lost against Ceeref and Team Nika. (more)


Currently fourth in the annual fleet race ranking, Team Aqua is looking forward to sailing in the Costa Smeralda. (more)


Conditions came good for the final races of the RC44 Valletta Cup in Malta with the wind well into the 20s and substantial waves once again, but today with the welcome addition of Mediterranean sunshine. (more)


Team Aqua is now sixth overall, within reach of the podium with one day to go. (more)


The strong and difficult conditions didn’t help Team Aqua helmsman Richard Goransson, yet progress is significant and the results improve. (more)


Fleet racing at the RC44 Valletta Cup got off to a challenging start on Malta's north coast, the 11 crews taking on some of the biggest waves and most confused seas they have ever encountered in their slender one designs. (more)


The RC44 Valletta Cup kicked off on Malta's Grand Harbour with a day of match racing within one of sailing's most spectacular settings: The 500 year old Maltese capital of Valletta on one side and the city's giant forts on the other. Team Aqua got two points out of the four available. (more)

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