Women's RS:X News
- 08/12/11 Day 6 Women’s RSX: Polish star sails for victory in honour of deceased friend Poland’s Zofia Noceti-Klepacka had more on her mind than just winning RS:X races at the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships on Thursday, 8 December.
- 07/12/11 Women’s RS:X Day 5: Israel’s Lee Korzits in the lead after five races The women’s RS:X competition opened in testing conditions on the Centre Course off Bathers Bay on Wednesday, 7 December, proving a challenge to athletes who had not experienced 15 knot winds for some days.
- 06/12/11 Electrical storms force cancellation of all fleet racing on Day 4 of the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships The Race Committee at the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships abandoned all racing at 1350 local time on the afternoon of Day 4, Tuesday 6 December.
- 06/12/11 No Fleet Racing on Day Four of Perth 2011 Worlds The Race Committee at the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships this afternoon abandoned racing for the day due to prolonged electrical storms and a forecast that they would continue through to evening.
- 05/12/11 Women’s RS:X Races 1 and 2: Top sailors struggle in light winds off Fremantle The Women’s RS:X competition was delayed by a lazy “Fremantle Doctor” sea breeze this afternoon, with races starting an hour later than scheduled.
- 05/12/11 RS:X windsurfer still learning at 41 At 41 years old, Alessandra Sensini will be one of the veterans competing in the RS:X class in the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships, but despite 28 years in the sport, the Italian windsurfer says she still has plenty to learn.
- 04/12/11 Day Three Preview: Fleet Racing starts off Fremantle for four classes at the ISAF Worlds Four different Olympic classes head out from their boat parks on Monday, 5 December, for the start of the fleet competition at the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships.
- 04/12/11 Transitioning From America's Cup To Perth 2011 In 1987 the America's Cup hit the shores of Fremantle, Western Australia where the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships currently host the 1,200 sailors from 79 nations.
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