The World Match Racing Tour (WMRT), sailing’s longest running global professional series, has reached an agreement to take over the management and operations of the Match Race Super League at the end of the 2019 season.
Events currently forming the Match Race Super League will be invited to join a
The Argo Group Gold Cup – one of the most storied match racing regattas in the world and one that has been won by many luminaries of the America’s Cup arena – is to re-join the World Match Racing Tour for its 70th edition next year.
Event organisers at the Royal
World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, has renewed the Special Event status of the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) through to 2028.
The announcement was made today following the conclusion of the 2018-19 World Match Racing Tour Championship Final in Marstrand, Sweden a week ago which saw Phil
French skipper Yann Guichard has a full and varied season of multihull racing ahead of him this year as his Spindrift Racing syndicate tries to squeeze a World Match Racing Tour final, as well as getting to grips with the team’s brand new TF35 foiling lake catamaran, to say nothing
US Virgin Islands match racer Taylor Canfield has been announced as the twelfth and final skipper rounding out the line-up for the World Match Racing Tour 2018-19 season championship final taking place in Marstrand, Sweden from July 3 – 7.
Never one to let the grass grow under his feet, despite
The World Match Racing Tour has announced the skipper line-up for the 2018-2019 WMRT Championship Final from 3-7 July in Marstrand, Sweden hosted by the GKSS Match Cup Sweden.
The list of world class sailors features three former match racing world champions including defending champion Torvar Mirsky (AUS), six-time world
The new owners of the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) have made a smart move in extending the 2018-19 season to allow the circuit’s grand final event to take place ahead announcing the new schedule for the 2019-20 season.
Prolonged negotiations over the sale of the international circuit at the end
The sale by Swedish company Aston Harald AB of the World Match Racing Tour to a group of investors known as C Shine Financial Corporation has finally gone through.
The new owners C Shine are no strangers to the WMRT having run the Shenzhen Match Cup and Match Racing World
Swedish businessman and passionate sailor Håkan Svensson had a long pedigree of supporting professional sailing when he bought the World Match Racing Tour in 2015. Now after spending three years and tens of millions of dollars transforming the event almost beyond recognition he is in the process of selling it. We sat