July 26th, 2017Torbay Sailing Club, New Zealand. Filming | Live. Sail. Die. Editing | Luis Kitchen
June 01st, 2017Interview with Jon Bilger - Director of PredictWind and Olympic Sailor at the World Masters Games 2017.
May 31st, 2017Interview with 18ft skiff legends Kim and Terry McDell at the World Masters Games 2017.
May 01st, 2017The Sailing at WMG2017 is the most competitive ever, the regatta at Torbay on Auckland’s North Shore drawing more than 200 sailors from 13 countries , including Olympic Medallists, multiple world champions, America’s Cup winners and relative newcomers unafraid of taking on a challenge of a lifetime – Murray Rae,…
April 29th, 2017Soon after Dan Slater crossed the finish line in the final race of the World Masters Games, someone yelled out that he had finally picked up a Games medal at the fourth time of trying.
April 29th, 2017As a wind predictor, Jon Bilger thinks he's got an advantage when it comes to the World Masters Games but the only issue is his predictions are available for all of his rivals. He still hasn't been tempted to put out any rogue information, though.
April 25th, 2017If Rex Sellers has learned one thing from his "comeback" to competitive sailing at the World Masters Games, it's that he misses his mates.
April 25th, 2017A seven-time America's Cup sailor is taking a break from yachting around the world to link up with someone a bit more local - his dad.
April 25th, 2017Chris Sharp's green machine is becoming well known on the sailing course at the World Masters Games, largely because it's finishing ahead of most of his rivals. What makes that extraordinary is that Sharp is a paraplegic after a motorbike accident seven years ago.
April 12th, 2017Rex Sellers admits he's got the sailing bug again.
March 07th, 2017Manly Sailing Club was the host for this year's 9th NZ Weta National Championships. 32 sailors came to race at WetaFest to prepare for the World Masters Games being held April 21-30.
February 07th, 2017The trip took exactly 10 hours, maybe a 10-15 knot NE would be a more consistent direction. It was a bit touch and go around Hooks Bay with almost nil wind. Anyway, lots of fun chasing down the big boats all day and learnt a bit more.