Regatta

22 Feb 19
Backwater Bay Racing

Stormy to clearing sim sailing weather and another great spectator turnout featured during this weeks Backwater Bay Yacht Club Open Regatta. The regions in Bingo Strait were up to finicky business as the two DNFs (Did Not Finish) on the day, during the small boat portion of the regatta, were the cause of repeated border […]

22 Feb 19
Havachat About Sailfish

In a fortnight it will be the Wallagoot Lake Boat Club Regatta, 9th & 10th March, home of our own Tony Hastings and Terry Kirby. If you are on or near the South Coast of NSW this is a great chance to experience the pleasures of lake sailing, where you don’t have to deal with […]

21 Feb 19
From The Recamier

Today is the Optional Memorial of Saint Peter Damien, Bishop and Doctor (died 1072 or 1073).

21 Feb 19
The Crabby Captain and The Sunny Sailor

Where has this fun been?! If you get a chance to experience the shenanigans in Georgetown Bahamas for the Cruiser’s Regatta, you should do it! What a BLAST! This yearly event consisted of real sail boat races around the island but it was the crazy shenanigans of the events leading up to it that made […]

21 Feb 19
katebrennanblog

Hey friends, I’ve recently returned from my college ski trip. I had never been before so I was excited yet anxious about what to expect (and pack). Worry ye not past Kate and future ski trip takers as I am here to pass on some basis advice about my trip, advice which I would have […]

21 Feb 19
Andrea Travels

Australia and New Zealand have been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember.  Many times I explored trips that never worked out because of timing or other issues.  Finally I found the perfect trip with perfect timing and saw everything I’ve dreamed of and more! Our journey began in Sydney, Australia’s […]

21 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

The Organizing Committee of Paris 2024 has chosen to present to the International Olympic Committee the breakdance, the climbing, the climbing and the surfing to complete the program of the 28 traditional disciplines. The choice of these four disciplines illustrates the Organizing Committee's desire to put the younger generations in the front line. And the […]

21 Feb 19
Rturpin's Blog

Despite fog and drizzle and sometimes light air, 5th Landing completed all three races of the Frostbite Regatta, gaining 2nd overall. And we’ve done three of the beercan races, too. A crewmate took the photo right during last night’s. Come March, after the time change, the nighttime sailing will be done.

21 Feb 19
The Everyday Anne

Happy Thursday Y’all! I know this isn’t the “usual” blog post, but I’m actually really excited about this and wanted to try something new. I think mixing a to do list and a bucket list is a really good idea to make life more fun(: So… here I am, writing 101 things I want to […]

21 Feb 19
EyeWitness News

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Skippers that competed in the 2019 St. Valentine Regatta last weekend received their awards today at a special ceremony at the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources, the ministry responsible for regattas. This year’s event was hosted in honour of its founder Eleazor “Barber J” Johnson, who passed away last month. Johnson’s […]

21 Feb 19

Patrick Wilkins returns to tell us what the UEL Boat Club have been getting up to during the winter months… It’s been a while since contributing anything towards the sports blog as far as the perspective of rowing is concerned. However, with the dawning of spring and the days getting lighter and warmer, I feel […]