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Olympic sailing: Britain books Tokyo 2020 berths

Olympic sailing: Great Britain has become the first and only nation to win spots in all ten Olympic sailing classes for Tokyo 2020 following strong performances at the 2018 Sailing World Championships. The regatta in Aarhus, Denmark, was the first opportunity for nations to book their places at the upcoming Olympic

Cammas eyes French return to America’s Cup

Franck Cammas at 35th America's Cup

Team France boss Franck Cammas remains eager to see his syndicate at 36th America's Cup in Auckland 2021. Cammas made that clear in a lengthy interview with Italian newspaper La Stampa during a break in the GC32 catamaran tour which his team leads after three of the five regattas in Europe. Cammas,

New America’s Cup boats will be beasts – Spithill

New America's Cup boats will be beasts says James Spithill

America's Cup veteran Jimmy Spithill has labelled the new boat to be used in Auckland "a beast" that will take the game to "another level". Australian Spithill has remained strangely quiet since joining Italian syndicate Luna Rossa after winning and losing the Auld Mug with American billionaire Larry Ellison's Oracle Team