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LOUIS VUITTON CUP
Challenger Commission does not support Protocol change
7-4-2007 - The Challenger Commission met on Saturday morning to deal with an issue arising from a request for redress by +39 Challenge.

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LOUIS VUITTON CUP
Alinghi dominates Valencia Louis Vuitton Act 13 - Kiwis win the challenger ranking
7-4-2007 - On a day that dawned with torrential downpours and fickle winds, by race time the skies had cleared and the wind soon stabilised to the point where the Race Committee could start the races after only a short delay.

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LOUIS VUITTON CUP
The Defender stays top of the table on a good racing day in Valencia
6-4-2007 - Two races were completed on schedule on Friday as ideal racing conditions returned to Valencia. Both Alinghi and Luna Rossa posted strong results on the day; each earning a pair of top three finishes.

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SOLING SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP
2007 South American Championship underway
6-4-2007 - Three races in the first day of racing from SE with 15-16 knots, the first and second windward / leeward courses of six legs, the third one was a double triangle course.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
The similarity of teams is offering a magnificent show in waters of the bay Palma
4-4-2007 - Another excellent day of racing at the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre for both competitors and the media representatives that have attended the regatta. Classes sailing in groups started today the final series divided in groups gold, silver and bronze. The great and equal level of competitors (with eleven 2005 Olympics medallists, 25 European titles and practically the top ten of each class) is bringing big changes in the partial results.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
Atypical wind
3-4-2007 - The 926 boats and 1.487 competitors that participate these days at the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre had to wait again for the wind, which blew from S-SE between six and fifteen knots, to stabilize in the bay of Palma. The overcast sky with which the day started announced what was going to happen. In some of the eight racing areas the committees made several attempts to give starts but the wind drop and the important wind shifts resulted in invalid starts and new starting procedures.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
The most equaled Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre in history
6-4-2007 - The excellent weather conditions of the Bay of Palma were finally present on the last day of competition and offered spectacular racing in the medal race of the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre. Only the top ten sailors of each Olympic class sailed in the Medal Race, which scores double points and cannot be discarded. Therefore, due to the great level of the competitors and the equal points in the standings, there was tension in the air. But the S wind, 12 to 14 knots offered great sailing for competitors, spectators and international media representatives.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
Only five classes could sail today due to the heavy showers that left the bay without wind
5-4-2007 - Today’s heavy showers in the Bay of Palma left the eight racing areas of the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre without wind. Only classes Star, Finn, 49er and Tornado completed one race and the Yngling fleet sailed two races before the light morning breeze dropped completely. The SW wind of average 5 knots that blew in the bay of Palma complicated today’s races demanding the competitors’ high tactical knowledge to remain in the top positions of the fleet. The Race Committees also faced problems to lay the courses and get races started.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
Atypical wind
3-4-2007 - The 926 boats and 1.487 competitors that participate these days at the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofia – Mapfre had to wait again for the wind, which blew from S-SE between six and fifteen knots, to stabilize in the bay of Palma. The overcast sky with which the day started announced what was going to happen. In some of the eight racing areas the committees made several attempts to give starts but the wind drop and the important wind shifts resulted in invalid starts and new starting procedures.

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PRINCESS SOFIA TROPHY
The wind blew up to 18 knots and three races were sailed in many classes
3-4-2007 - Finally today the wind blew at the 38 Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofía – Mapfre. SW – W , 14 to 18 knots making it possible to sail three races in many classes bringing several changes in the overall results.

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