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The first race of the last day of racing was won by Chris Bake's Team Aqua on which Swede Richard Goransson has been helming for this regatta. The oldest team on the RC44 circuit has been building up steam slowly. After a slow start to their fleet racing, this morning's result followed a win in yesterday's final race and they were today's top performing boat posting a 1-3-3. However this only bumped the team up a single place, to fifth, one point ahead of John Bassadone's Peninsula Petroleum. (more)


Just one point separates the top three teams after the opening day of fleet racing at the RC44 Marstrand Cup. (more)


Chris Bake's team, on which Swede Richard Göransson is helming for this regatta, was over early in the first flight against Artur Kasner's MAG Racing and was unable to recover. "We just got a little too excited, it being the first race of the day," admitted tactician Cameron Appleton. (more)


Racing resumes on the 2015 RC44 Championship Tour with the third event of the season starting today on the picturesque holiday hotspot island of Marstrand on Sweden's west coast. (more)


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)

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