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AC36: See INEOS Team UK's first foiling tack on video; no TFE LIVE today — heading to Seattle for NSHOF induction ceremonies

Friday, November 8, 2019

TFE LIVE: Ryan Breymaier (USA) will be our Tuesday guest live from via Skype from France, with the latest on the Transat Jacques Vabre including the U...

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

World Sailing: On the eve of Sunday's AGM, the Singapore Sailing Federation (SIN) has sent a powerful letter to the other MNAs urging a vote to de...

Sunday, November 3, 2019

World Sailing: Day 2 of the Council meeting is live from Bermuda; listen to an organization fiddling while its FUBAR finances burn

Saturday, November 2, 2019

World Sailing: Watch the video news release from Friday's Council meeting; not a peep about the FUBAR financial report, worse than even we've...

Saturday, November 2, 2019

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Lake St. Clair: NOT another rig down

Sunday, May 21, 2017

UPDATE AND MEA CULPA: We are now learning that the photo below is also from Wednesday, and is the same yacht that lost it's rig Wednesday night in a weekly race run by, and that finishes in front of, the Windsor YC. The yacht, INSANITY TOO, is a J/120 owned by Marvin Ihnen and races out of Crescent Sail Yacht Club. Not another yacht that lost a rig on Saturday, contrary to reports from heretofore reliable sources in the Motor City. With thanks to FB Friend Beth Craig for sorting this out for us. We've edited our story from earlier tonight and deleted the fake news....


ON FRIDAY we posted dramatic photos of a rig that snapped at the deck, and the subsequent good efforts of the crew to rescue it, during an evening race last week on Lake St. Clair – the wide spot in the Detroit River that connects Lake Huron to Lake Erie. Detroit sits on the north side and Windsor, Ontario (CAN) on the south side, connected by the only bridge and tunnel in North America where you head south from the USA to get to Canada, but we digress.  


We have since been told that last week's broken mast was on a J/120 racing in 20+ knots. Here's a photo of the yacht docking in Wednesday evening at CSYC.





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