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The Ocean Race: 11th Hour Racing Set it up and send it

The Ocean Race

This new video from 11th Hour Racing gives a pretty good indication of what life is like aboard a foiling IMOCA 60 sailing in five-up The Ocean Race crew configuration. As part of the team's preparations for the next edition of The Ocean Race, American skipper Charlie Enright led a crew of

SailGP: Ainslie’s British crew dominates at first event in Sydney

SailGP

Ben Ainslie and the British team wasted no time establishing themselves as the ones to beat this season as they put on impressive performances throughout Sydney SailGP to claim their first event title. The first match race of SailGP Season 2 saw traditional rivals Great Britain and Australia face off

GC32 Racing Tour: Top teams return for 2020 season

GC32 Racing Tour

The big players are set to return to the battlefield in one month’s time when high speed foiling catamaran competition gets underway at the GC32 Oman Cup, first of five events comprising the 2020 GC32 Racing Tour. Throughout the 2019 GC32 Racing Tour two teams were at each other’s throats. The

Ocean Racing: High quality fleet set to take on The Transat CIC

Ocean Racing

The legendary passage across the North Atlantic has proven one of the most difficult challenges to the solo sailor over the last 60 years. Although the start and finish ports for the 15th edition of The Transat CIC have changed from the traditional course, now leaving Brest in France on

J Class: Lionheart, Svea, Topaz and Velsheda set for Caribbean showdown

J Class

When they muster in March in the Caribbean to race at the Antigua Superyacht Challenge and at the ever-popular Saint Barth's Bucket, four J Class yachts will form the strongest class fleet since 2017's J Class World Championship in Newport, RI. The back-to-back events will mark the notable return of Lionheart

Two (invaluable) days in Spain

Yacht Racing Forum

The latest Yacht Racing Forum in Bilbao was another chance to catch up with as well as influence every possible aspect of international competitive sailing. Around 365 delegates from all over the world joined the Yacht Racing Forum in Bilbao, Spain, for two days of conferences, presentations, networking and business. The

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