The Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team has today announced that Frenchman Yoann Richomme will skipper the team’s ‘Racing for the Planet’ boat in the 2021 edition of
Musto, the world’s leading premium technical sailing brand, has signed on with 11th Hour Racing Team as an official supplier for the next three years.
Francis Joyon's IDEC Sport maxi-trimaran is in Hong Kong ahead the start of a fully crewed attempt at the record for the Tea Route between
Rob Kothe rounds up the action from the 2019 edition of the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race... I titled my Yacht Racing.life preview 'Sydney Hobart
Exclusively for Yacht Racing Life, Rob Kothe previews the annual offshore classic Rolex Sydney to Hobart Race. Australia is burning, but right now there is a
The arrival itself was a little hurried but the opportunity for sailing to showcase the first ever continuous 24-hour Olympic competition is surely not to
On the verge of embarking on its second season of operation, SailGP has sold a minority stake to global entertainment, sports and content company Endeavor.
The ROCKWOOL Copenhagen SailGP will take place in the Danish capital on September 11-12, marking the fifth event in the global championship’s second season. ROCKWOOL
With just weeks to go to the start of the second SailGP season – exclusively for Yacht Racing Life – Rob Kothe speaks to the
France SailGP team finished bottom of the table in the opening SailGP season last year, but now with a new boss and a refreshed sailing team lineup,
The 2020 season is set for the 44Cup and for the first time the ultra-competitive one design owner-driver RC44 fleet will join one of the
Two time America’s Cup winning skipper Jimmy Spithill joins Shirley Robertson this month, as the pair settle down for an extended two part interview ahead
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German Laser sailor Philipp Buhl put together an exemplary scorecard to win the 2020 ILCA Standard Men's World Championship by 12 points. Buhl recorded four straight
It might not have been as dramatic as the last one but it was no less significant as Peter Burling and Blair Tuke won their
Britain’s Olympic sailors will go up against their rivals in a flurry of world championships taking place in Australia this month as the clock counts