Westlake Boys take out Fleet Racing Regatta

Westlake Boys High School took out the 67th annual College Sport Auckland Fleet Racing Regatta at the Wakatere Boating Club yesterday but it proved a challenging event due to a lack of wind. There was no racing at all on Monday with the wind refusing to fill in but three races were sailed in all fleets yesterday with a maximum of five knots. Two boats from up to three classes count towards the overall team total and Westlake Boys managed a clean sweep of the placings in the Optimists as well... Read More

Young Kiwi pair win world Feva title despite painful injury

Yachting New Zealand: Eli Liefting (Selwyn College) and Rose Dickson (King’s College) won the RS Feva world championships in the Netherlands, despite the fact Dickson sailed the final two days with fractured fingers. The pair started the final day one point behind the British combination of Henry and Rupert Jameson but took pole position when they won the first race of the day. It meant they simply needed to finish ahead of their nearest rivals in the last race of the championships to claim the title. Liefting and Dickson, who is the daughter... Read More

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Young sailor joins New Zealand yachting’s biggest names after national title win

AucklandNOW: Sacred Heart College student Sebastian Lardies is on course to be the country’s next America’s Cup helmsman. The 17-year-old was crowned New Zealand’s most recent national champion in yachtings 29er class earlier this month. However, winning the national title wasn’t what surprised Lardies most. A quick glance at the trophy showed the name of Team New Zealand  America’s Cup trimmer and cyclor and 2016 Olympic gold medallist Blair Tuke. Just below him, was 2016 Olympic silver medallists Molly Meech and Alex Maloney. Being in such prolific company was what really put it into perspective, Lardies said. Click here to... Read More