Archive for March, 2019

postheadericon For Winter, Etchells Have Started To Gather In The Miami

Etchells Biscayne Bay Series which comprised of four-event got underway from 8-9 December with 48 teams participating on Bay of Biscayne in Miami, FL. Steve Benjamin took the lead in the Regatta of Louis Piana Cup with a score of 4-1-1 on the first day and took the victory with a score of 11-5 on the second two. Benjamin who was sailing with Ian Liberty, Michael Menninger, and Jonny Goldsberry, managed to finish the race with a margin of seven-point over Jim Cunningham who secured the second spot with Scott Kaufman with a 1 more less point gaining the third spot.

The race committee has declared the schedule and the outcomes of the event. In their declaration, they also told about the winding course and said that in the first race the start was clear in the first attempt. And the side of port favored on the course. And in the same format, the outcomes of the other four races were also declared by the committee. It was a great weekend of racing in the Bay of Biscayne, which was very exciting to watch and was supported by a lot of spectators and managed by a great team of the race committee.

As already mentioned the series of Etchells Biscayne Bay, 2018-19 will be a four-event series. The first event is held on 8-9 December 2018 which is known as Louis Piana Cup Regatta. The second event is the Sidney Doren Memorial Regatta which will take place on 5 & 6 January 2019. The third event is the Florida State Championship which is scheduled to take place on 9 & 10 February 2019. And the fourth & the last event are the Mid-winter’s east Regatta which will take place on March 1 & 3, 2019.

For a team to get qualified for the overall prizes of Etchells Biscayne Bay Series, 2018-19, their boats must get their score in the Regatta of Mid-Winter and any of the two events out of the three individual regattas (Sidney Doren Memorial, Florida State Championship, or Piana Cup). They will get scores as per the Lowest Point System e.g. 1st place = 1 point. Ultimately, the boat securing the lowest scores among others will be declared the winner of the series.

postheadericon Sports Betting Tips and Picks On How to Make Successful Bets

Sports Betting Tips and Picks On How to Make Successful Bets

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The main reason why we enjoy sports betting is that it is fun, simple and provides us the ability to make some profits. If you are a novice and you wish to start with betting, the worst thing that you can do is to rush off from the very start with huge wagers.

The idea is that as simple as it can be, you can lose a significant amount of money if you neglect making a plan and strategy that will help you out. By checking out the past history of the seasons and the way teams play, you will understand the best way to place a bet.

You should visit past history of seasons to learn on how to create the best betting strategy possible.

On the other hand, if you approach it the lousy way, you will not enjoy betting at all, and you will lose money in the long run.

  1. Set the Objective

It is not challenging to win a few times, but it is more important to understand how sports function to make accurate predictions. However, there is a big difference between winning a few bets and winning too often to make a profit.

It is vital to understand that only a small percentage of people can make a profit in the long run.

The reality is that most people are losing money at it, and we can talk about several reasons for that. However, that is not important, because it is vital to learn that you are more likely to lose a lot when you are a beginner.

Some people start with sports betting with the idea that they can rely on their expertise and knowledge. That is the first mistake that you should avoid because it is possible to make a profit, but it will take a lot to understand how to analyze teams and season to earn more.

Even if you have plenty of knowledge and information, you will always have a margin of error, which means that if you wish to become a successful bettor, you should consider avoiding thinking that you will be able win from the very beginning.

  1. Have Realistic Expectations
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When setting long term goals of making money the worst thing that you can do is to set unrealistic expectations. Of course, as a beginner, it would be challenging to determine what is realistic and what is not, but you should think everything through and set achievable objectives.

The early goals should be based on trying to improve and learning more but by taking baby steps. As soon as you gain some experience, you will be able to set yourself more complex goals than before.

The primary goal is to enjoy you along the way, and that is one of the most achievable objectives in the short term. However, if you are focusing on having fun, that will help you stay motivated even when you lose.

If you are not precise about your objectives, you should think everything through and start researching websites that will help you along the way.

This YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDOR_EFoHFI will help you make the best strategy possible.

  1. Understand Basics

At the very beginning, you should learn all basics before you start placing bets because that will help you fill the gap and enter the game with a much better position to enjoy yourself along the way.

The basics will not help you create overall profit but will allow you to start on the right foot. The more experience you have, the better approach you will have to strategy, and that will enable you to create a profit in the long run. However, you have to be comprehensive and patient.

postheadericon Volvo Irish Sailing Awards 2019 To Be Held In Dublin

The Volvo Irish Sailing Awards 2019 will be held on 8 February 2019 at the Society of Royal Dublin, Dublin. The event is one of its kinds where the fines sailors of the world collect and are acknowledged and rewarded for their achievements.

The award ceremony has a number of felicitations like Sailor of the Year, Sailing Youth of the Year, Best Training Centre, Best Senior Instructor, Best Sustainability and Youth Sailor.

The award for the Best Sailor of the Year is taken up from the list of the best Sailors of the Month. The award for the “Sailor of the Year” is given to individuals who are sailors under the age of 18. These young sailors are needed to have received awards regarding them for excellent performance for representing their country (Ireland) on an international level. The nominations of this year were found to be Rian McDonnell, Tom Higgins, and Nell Staunton. 

The award function is a great platform to represent talent and recognize it to inspire other sailors throughout the world. In the case of the award for Irish Instructor of the Year in sailing where one is acknowledged for having exceptional qualities in management and skills. These awards have been given based on regions. Andrew from the Sailing Club of Mayo won in the Western Region Category, Ellen from Outdoor Education Centre and Fastnet Marine won from the category confining to the Southern Region, and Alex from the Sailing Club of Blessington.

The Volvo Sailing (Irish) over the years has always found pride in this event. The tickets for the event are available online and almost 100 renowned personalities are going to be adding to the event’s pride in the invitees. Treasa, Head chief of Communications at Sailing (Irish) said that she believes that these awards help in setting standards for having quality sailors and setting leadership standards for instructors. We look forward to this highly enjoyable night.