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Light and Shifty Conditions Greet 63 Boats at J/24 World Championship

September 20, 2017

While major storms continue to batter coastal regions of North America, fickle breeze was the theme of the opening day at the J/24 World Championship in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Sixty-three teams from Argentina, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru and the USA endured winds around 6 knots to complete two races. [...]

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J/24 World Championship Kicks Off Tuesday, September 19 from Canada

September 17, 2017

Sixty-five J/24 teams are gathering for racing at the J/24 World Championship in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The competition begins Tuesday, September 19 and continues through Saturday, September 23. Look for photos on the J/24 Class Facebook page, and keep up with all the action from Port Credit Yacht Club at the regatta website:

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Windy Chester Race Week

August 24, 2017

Rain, cold and expected gusts of 30+ knots per hour held back some Chester Race Week fleets, but others headed out on the water to finish their races on the fourth and final day of the regatta hosted by Chester Yacht Club in Nova Scotia, Canada from August 16-19. In the four-boat J/24 one-design fleet, [...]

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JP McCaldin Secures J/24 Irish National Championship

Lough Erne Yacht Club’s JP McCaldin emerged overall winner after a blustery three-day regatta for the Mespil Hotel J/24 National Championship at Sligo Yacht Club. Sailing against a 26-strong fleet (a record turnout for recent times) plus a match-race challenge from runner-up Stefan Hyde, McCaldin scored all first and second places for the eight-race series. [...]

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Füred Cup in Balaton, Hungary

August 18, 2017

The Füred Cup, the final series of the One Design Trophy, was held in a strong wind this weekend at the venue of the J/24 European Championship in Hungary. Balaton showed its windy and varied sides to the sailors. The first day, races were postponed due to the strong gusts exceeding 35 knots. The wind [...]

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J/24 National Championship at the Port of Plymouth Regatta

July 22, 2017

Report by Johnny Allen: Returning to the J/24 Class after winning the 2015 World Championship and taking time off from the Class, Ian Southworth sailing Chris McLaughlin’s II Ricco showed no loss of form with an impressive set of consistent results to win the 2017 J/24 National Championship in Plymouth. Sailed as part of the [...]

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