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Mikey Radziejowski New IC World Champ
On the morning of the last race of the 2014 International Canoe Worlds, the championship was down to the wire, with Mikey Radziejowski of Santa Cruz leading reigning world champion… Read on…

A Kinder, Gentler Yacht Race
A kinder, gentler sailboat race happened on Saturday in comparison to the mayhem that is the Rolex Big Boat Series.
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Friday at Rolex Big Boat Series
A Photo Gallery of Day 2 of the 50th Anniversary Rolex Big Boat Series.

Thursday at Rolex Big Boat Series
A Photo Gallery of Day 1 at the 50th Anniversary Rolex Big Boat Series.

50th Rolex Big Boat Series
The StFYC Big Boat Series (Rolex has been the title sponsor since 2005), has been a highlight of the San Francisco racing scene since 1964
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Fast Friday Night
Although Corinthian YC's Friday Night Races ended with the month of August, end-of-the-week racing continues into September on the northeast side of the Tiburon Peninsula.
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Jazz Cup a Hot Time
The 2014 Jazz Cup started the same time as a heat wave over the weekend, and the 102 boats that raced blasted down to Benicia in a variety of wind and plenty of sunshine.
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IC Worlds Preview
Sailors from Australia, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, and the USA are gathering at Richmond Yacht Club in preparation for the International 10 Square Meter Sailing Canoe (IC) Worlds Championship, which… Read on…

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Coming Up

Racing this weekend includes the I-14 and Wylie Wabbit Nationals starting on Friday at Richmond YC. They'll be joined by many other small boat classes on Saturday and Sunday for the Totally Dinghy Regatta. Santa Cruz YC will host the Open 5.70 PCCs on both days, Fall One-Design on Saturday, and Jack & Jill on Sunday.

Races on Saturday include WBRA #7 and OYRA #8. See www.yra.org or www.jibeset.net for those.

Bart's Bash is coming to a planet near you on Sunday the 21st; the attempt to set a world record for the largest regatta ever will include several local events. Totally Dinghy will join up, as will Encinal YC's Small Boat Series. The Treasure Island Vanguard 15 fleet will race, and the Artemis Racing base at Seaplane Lagoon YC in Alameda has 28 sign-ups as of Wednesday evening.

Also on Sunday, San Francisco YC will host the Leukemia Cup, a fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Even the Leukemia Cup has entered Bart's Bash!

Linda Weinstock of Island YC in Alameda writes about the Northern California Women's Sailing Seminar on September 20-21: "Please join us for an exciting, one of a kind weekend event. It is all about women teaching women how to sail. It is fun, relaxing, educational and inspiring. Top women sailors volunteer as instructors during classroom and on-the-water workshops. Sponsors donate valuable items for lunchtime and cocktail hour raffles. Courses range from Beginner through Offshore Cruising with subjects such as Advanced Sail Trim, Racing, Spinnaker, Navigation and Boat Ownership in between. Many women return year after year to hone their skills. Registration is online at www.womenssailingseminar.com."

Another women's event follows on October 5 at South Beach Yacht Club, the Red Bra Regatta for women sailors. The NOR and registration are already online at www.southbeachyc.org.

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