After a tempestuous weekend of weather at the SailGP Cowes event which saw racing abandoned on Saturday Rob Kothe follows up with the bruised and battered teams as they pick up the pieces ahead of the season closer in France next month. In 1966, the Rolling Stones released an album called Aftermath.
The second part of Rob Kothe's scene-setter article ahead of this weekend's first ever British SailGP event scheduled to take place in Cowes, England. Click here for Part 1. With many Australian sailors very experienced sailing the America's Cup AC50 foiling catamarans, it's not been surprising that they were fast out of
With the first ever British stage of the SailGP international circuit set to take place in Cowes next weekend, Australian yachting journalist Rob Kothe sets the scene based on conversations with the Australian, British and Japanese crews. The SailGP series, using one design F50 catamarans, is tearing up traditional racing norms. These
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