News

First Across the Line
Taking out Line Honors (shortest elapsed time) in the Sundanxe Marine Melbourne Osaka Cup at 3:21am this morning JST was
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Weekly Wrap No 7
In the Weekly Wrap, Martin and Simon take a look at the state of the fleet as many of them
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A Serious Medical Issue at Sea
Every Aussie should be proud of the Australian Government assistance that is there for all of us when things go
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RED Update
I am thinking to change Red Jacket’s name to Mr Squiggle as we have squiggled our course all over the
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Utopia Retires due to Injury
The crew of Utopia 2001 notified Race Management on Friday 13 April of an incident on board, where Steve Evans
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Log Entries from Bartolome
Since starting their journey back on March 19, we haven’t heard much from Kei and Masa on Bartolome. With only
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The News Keeps Rolling In
News item and posts from our competitors arrive daily. Sometime just a few words and other times a full article.
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A Piece of Prose for our Event
In the 2006 inaugural Melbourne to Vanuatu race, the daily sked was often followed by ‘The Daily News’ or friendly
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Weekly Wrap No 6
Our Weekly Wrap of news from the Sundance Marine Melbourne Osaka Cup 2018. This week with the fleet well under
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Timing, Delays and Protests
Updated 12/4/18 Calculating the results There are three key adjustments which affect the timing and hence race results. An important
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Virtual Fleet Split by Doldrums
The “parting of the blue goo” is reminiscent of the biblical “parting of the red sea”. In the Sailonline (SOL)
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Keeping Us in Touch
The safety and welfare of our competitors is a major part of the organization of the Melbourne to Osaka cup.
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