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420 World Champs Successfully Defend Title
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND-(9-1-2007) 420 World Championship
Carl Evans and Peter Burling have successfully defended their title winning the 420 World Championships for 2007 being sailed off Takapuna on Auckland's North Shore.

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Women's Title for NZL in Preliminary Results
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND-(8-1-2007) 420 World Championship
Auckland, New Zealand - Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie are celebrating tonight after establishing an unassailable lead in the Women's 420 World Championships. While results from Takapuna today are still preliminary the pair of Laser Radial sailors appears to have sealed the Women's 420 World Championship title without having to sail the final two races.
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Light Winds Don't Dampen the Kiwi Charge
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND-(7-1-2007) 420 World Championship
Auckland, New Zealand - 232 sailors at the 420 World Championships 2007 in Takapuna were tested today with light shifty conditions. New Zealand managed to shine through despite the trying conditions, and the overnight leaders are looking even stronger.
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Another Great Day for NZL
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND-(6-1-2007) 420 World Championship
Auckland, New Zealand - Its NZL top three in the Open and NZL top four in the Women's division at the 420 World Championships being sailed off Takapuna on Auckland's North Shore. Evans and Burling lead the Open, while Aleh and Powrie lead the Women's.
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470 Worlds conclude with thrilling Medal Races
RIZHAO, CHINA-(13-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - The 470 World Champion Titles for 470 Men and Women were decided today during two thrilling Medal Races. Marcelien DE KONING and Lobke BERKHOUT finally manage to hold their Title and Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE miss Gold by taking a penalty, handing over the Title to Nic ASHER and Elliot WILLIS.
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Medal Race takes place tomorrow
RIZHAO, CHINA-(12-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - Two races were completed today to finalize the qualification for the Men’s and Women’s Medal Race that will take place tomorrow as the 470 World Championship highlight. In the Men’s Fleet Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE and Nic ASHER and Elliot WILLIS will feature in the “Grand Final” as sailors with best chances for Gold, while also Croatia and Israel are still in the race for the Championship Title. 470 Women Marcelien DE KONING and Lobke BERKHOUT will have to face double competition from Japan, Ai KONDO and Naoko KAMATA, and Yuka YOSHISAKO and Noriko OKUMA.
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Leaders change as final Medal Race comes closer
RIZHAO, CHINA-(11-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - With only two Medal Race qualifying races to go, the 470 World Championship seems far from being decided in both the Men’s and Women’s Fleet.
During two races today in light winds, the Dutch influence raises at the 470 Men, and drops in the 470 Women’s Fleet. 470 Men Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE (AUS) take back what they lost yesterday, while Ai KONDO and Naoko KAMATA (JPN) take advantage of the bad scores of their rivals and catch the lead.
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Excitement increases as 470 Worlds moves on in first day's finals
RIZHAO, CHINA-(10-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - The first starting signal was given today for the Final series of the 470 World Championships. During six qualifying races the last three days, sailors have decided on positions in the Gold Fleets. Two races were completed today and as the event moves on, excitement increases. Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE hand over their event leadership to Nic ASHER and Elliot WILLIS, while Marcelien DE KONING and Lobke BERKHOUT retain their lead and win position by the losses of rivals Therese TORGERSSON and Vendela ZACHRISSON.
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470 Worlds Final series will start with reigning World Champions in the lead
RIZHAO, CHINA-(9-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - By winning the last race of the Qualifying series at the 470 World Championships today, both reigning World Champions Nathan WILMOT / Malcolm PAGE and Marcelien DE KONING / Lobke BERKHOUT take the lead in resp. the Men’s and Women’s Fleet. With their last year’s efforts and current leading positions, they spectacularly send out an invitation to their opponents at the start of the finals for a challenge to prove who World’s best “Two Person Dinghy” sailors are.
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Complex conditions make tough leaders at 470 Worlds
RIZHAO, CHINA-(8-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - Reigning World Champions Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE (AUS) take over the lead in the Men’s Fleet by scoring two wins in the first two races of today. In the Women’s Fleet, Yuka YOSHISAKO and Noriko OKYMA (JPN) managed to retain their lead over title defenders Marcelien DE KONING and Lobke BERKHOUT (NED).
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France and Japan make the opening at 470 Worlds
RIZHAO, CHINA-(7-9-2006) 470 World Championships
Rizhao, China - Racing got underway today at the 470 World Championships. In light winds and current playing a key factor, two races were completed. After day 1, Ronan DREANO and Ronan FLOCH (FRA) take first place on the 470 Men’s leaderboard, followed by Gideon KLIGER and Udi GAL (ISR).  In the Women’s Fleet Yuka YOSHISAKO and Noriko OKUMA (JPN) take the lead, with Title defenders Marcelien DE KONING and Lobke BERKHOUT (NED) right on their tail with one point difference.
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France wins 420 Junior Europeans on Lake Garda
RIVA DEL GARDA, ITALY-(19-8-2005) 420 Junior Europeans
Riva del Garda, Italy - This afternoon Thomas and Mathieu Rahier from France won the closest ever 420 Junior European championships, from British team Richard Mason and Dan Shieber, and Irish team Kenny Rumball and David Moran. Hannah Mills and Peggy Webster finished 7th overall to become ladies champions.
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First Day Qualifiers
RIVA DEL GARDA, ITALY-(13-8-2005) 420 Junior Europeans
Riva del Garda, Italy - At noon all crews on water; at half past two in the afternoon all crews back in port. After the first race the Race Committee, due to an upcoming possible thunderstorm, had to call all boats ashore.
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Another huge number of participating boats at 420 Junior Europeans
RIVA DEL GARDA, ITALY-(10-8-2005) 420 Junior Europeans
Riva del Garda, Italy - More than 110 COMPETITORS from 21 countries ready to participate in the INTERNATIONAL 420 Class Junior European Championship that will take place at Fraglia Vela Riva in the marvelous surround of lake Garda.
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420 Worlds concludes
BREST, FRANCE-(6-8-2005) 420 World Championship
The 2005 420 World Championship closed it's doors on Friday evening with the prize giving and closing ceremony. 320 sailors representing 23 nations competed for the title in Brest, France and two more races were completed for all fleets yesterday.

Courtesy of Franck Gicqulaud
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Overnight leaders hold place
BREST, FRANCE-(5-8-2005) 420 World Championship
Brest, France - The overnight leaders held on to positions after three more races in both the open and women’s fleets at the 420 World Championship in Brest, France yesterday.
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First European Team Championship class 420 sentenced victory of the English team
RIVA DEL GARDA - PIEVE DI LEDRO (TN), -(11-9-2004) EUROSAF 2004 EUROPEAN TEAM RACING CHAMPIONSHIP
Riva del Garda - Pieve di Ledro (TN), - Out of the podium Italy, fourth in the final of the European Team championship class 420. Gold medal to GBR One, silver to GBR Two and the third place is for the Czech Republic, team One.
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Nothing to do for Italy
RIVA DEL GARDA - PIEVE DI LEDRO (TN), -(10-9-2004) EUROSAF 2004 EUROPEAN TEAM RACING CHAMPIONSHIP
Riva del Garda - Pieve di Ledro (TN), - GBR One and GBR Two will sail the final, competing for first and second place. Italy, defeated by GBR One 3 to 0 fights for the third place against the team of the Czech Republic, defeated by GBR Two 3 to 1.
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Italy gains the semifinal against the English Team
RIVA DEL GARDA - PIEVE DI LEDRO (TN), -(9-9-2004) EUROSAF 2004 EUROPEAN TEAM RACING CHAMPIONSHIP
Riva del Garda - Pieve di Ledro (TN), - Italy gains the semifinal against the English Team GBR Two. The other semifinal is between GBR One and Czech Republic One.
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Australian Derby at 420 World Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(16-1-2004) 420 World Championships
Melbourne, Australia - Athens bound sailors Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page led home an Australian clean sweep at the world 420 championships sailed out of Mornington Yacht Club as part of the Sail Melbourne International Regatta earlier this month.
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Rechichi and Parkinson hold 420 Ladies World Championship trophy aloft
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(11-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Following on from her ISAF Youth 420 Worlds win in Portugal earlier this year, Elise Rechichi and her crew of three months, Tessa Parkinson (AUS), kept their cool to finish 1-9-1 in today’s final races to win 420 Ladies World Championships 2004 at the Sail Melbourne International Regatta.
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AUS 470 sailors Wilmot and Page victorious at 420 World Championship
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(11-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page (AUS) today clearly won the 420 World Championship 2004 hosted by Mornington Yacht Club as part of the Sail Melbourne Regatta.

Courtesy of Sports The Library
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Australians continue to rule the waves at 420 Worlds
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Despite their disqualification from Race 6 following a protest, Elise Rechichi/Tessa Parkinson (AUS) continue to the Ladies World Championships being hosted by Mornington Yacht Club as part of Sail Melbourne.
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Battling the Breeze at the 420’s!
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - After yesterday when the winds were more than kind but old Neptune threw up too much chop for comfort, there were high hopes for the 420 Worlds skippers and crew as they gathered for breakfast.
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Great Britain leads 420 World Qualifiers and Ladies World Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(6-1-2004) 420 World Championship
British competitors lead both the 420 Open Qualifiers and Ladies World Championships on the second eve of the Sail Melbourne event hosted by Mornington Yacht Club.

Courtesy of Sport The Library
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France gets early lead in Sail Melbourne Regatta’s 420 Worlds
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(5-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Race Officials at Mornington Yacht Club got the 420 World Championships away to a good start today on Port Phillip Bay, managing to squeeze in three races for the 110 entrants from around the Globe.
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Tremendous Opening Ceremony for 420 Worlds at Mornington Yacht Club
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(4-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Competitors in the 420 World Championship that starts from Mornington Yacht Club tomorrow, were feted at the official Sail Melbourne Opening Ceremony at the host club, Mornington Yacht Club last evening.
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Outteridge/Jensen – all class at Australian 420 Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(1-1-2004) 420 Worlds - Australian National Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Current Australian 420 Youth World champion, Nathan Outteridge, with his crew Iain Jensen (AUS), once again outsailed their counterparts to win both the Australian Youth Championship and the Australian Championship that finished at Mornington Yacht Club late Wednesday.
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Aussie World Youth Champ takes lead at 420 Australians
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(31-12-2003) 420 Worlds - Australian National Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Mornington Yacht Club officials got more than they bargained for today running the 420 Australian Championships as part of Sail Melbourne.
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France in top two
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(30-12-2003) 420 Australian Championships
Melbourne, Australia - Gwennaig Runavot/Sylvain Leboeuf (FRA) are leading the Sail Melbourne 420 Australian Open Championships being sailed out of Mornington Yacht Club in Victoria.
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Outteridge/Jensen take first race of 420 Australian Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(30-12-2003) 420 Australian Championships
Melbourne, Australia - In light 8-10 knot breezes at 130 degrees, the pair sailed the course off Mornington in 49mins 14secs to finish six seconds clear of second placegetters, Loic Bacquier/Yannick Oeduzzi (FRA), with a further three seconds to another French pairing of Gwennaig Runavot/Sylvain Leboeuf.
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ISAF Worlds 470 Silver Medallists Wilmot / Page to compete at 420 Worlds at Sail Melbourne Regatta
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-11-2003) 420 World Championship 2004 - Sail Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia - Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page, certain to represent Australia at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, will take a step down from their 470 double-handed dinghy into the smaller 420 dinghy at the Sail Melbourne Regatta in January 2004.
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Shifting winds shake up fleet
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(25-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - The shifting conditions continued at Hayling Island Sailing Club today, unsettling the fleets at the 420 World Championships. Marks needed to be relaid due to the changeable conditions on twenty two occasions, with the result that each of the three sets of races took place on a substantially different course.
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Spain and Brazil triumph in difficult conditions
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(25-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - Appalling weather conditions forced the final day of sailing in the International 420 World Championships to be abandoned today. Having viewed the race area, the Principal Race Officer made a quick decision that the lack of visibility and strong winds presented a potential danger, and with winds gusting over 50 knots by late morning his caution was soon justified.
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Brazilian ladies consolidate lead
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(23-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - Another windy day at the 420 World Championships at Hayling Island saw Brazilian pair Isabel Flicker and Laura Zanni consolidated their lead in the Ladies Championship with another impressive performance.
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Shifting sailing conditions challenge 420 Worlds sailors
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(22-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - Unpredictable wind conditions challenged the sailors on the third day of racing for the International 420 World Championships at Hayling Island. The generally south-westerly wind shifted considerably under the clouds and, with gusts of up to 20 knots, the choppy sea and changeable breeze provided demanding conditions.
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Spanish win team racing
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(21-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - Today the Francis Mouvet Team Racing Championship provided a fresh challenge for the sailors assembled at Hayling Island for the International 420 World Championships.
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Perfect weather at second day of 420 Worlds
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(20-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - The second day of the International 420 World Championships saw perfect sailing weather continue at Hayling Island Sailing Club in Hampshire.
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France take early lead
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(19-7-2003) 420 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - With bright sunshine and a southerly wind of about force 3-4, the first day of the International 420 World Championships at Hayling Island Sailing Club, got off to a good start.
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Practice race preparation
HAYLING ISLAND, UNITED KINGDOM-(18-7-2003) 470 World Championship
Hayling Island, United Kingdom - With measurement now in its final stages, the teams are in full preparation for the main event. 146 boats are competing for the honours this year.
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Sail Melbourne to host the 420 Worlds 2004
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-6-2003) 420 World Championship 2004
Mornington Yacht Club will host this regatta and with approximately 150 boats expected to compete for a place in the World Championships there will be some tight racing in the waters off Schnapper Point.

Courtesy of Sports - The Library
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