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 The Ocean Race, the world’s longest and toughest sporting event.
Lasting for over nine months and spanning the breadth of the globe, the Ocean Race is
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.
Musto will provide 11th Hour Racing with high performance clothing on and off the water for the team’s campaign focused on the next edition of
The 2021-22 edition of The Ocean Race will make one stop in Asia, with the city of Shenzhen proudly serving as the host city for the iconic, fully-crewed, offshore race.
Located directly north of Hong Kong, in an area known as the Great Bay, Shenzhen has been among China’s most prosperous
The Ocean Race will once again stop in Auckland, New Zealand, during the 2021-22 edition of the fully-crewed, round the world race.
As The Ocean Race approaches its 50th anniversary, the event will be returning to New Zealand for the 12th time. All but one of those stops have been in
The Ocean Race will return to Cape Town for the 12th time as the most challenging offshore race in the sport comes to South Africa in the 2021-22 edition.
Cape Town has been an iconic stop in the race since the very first edition in 1973 and has hosted the fleet
The Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team has ‘baptised’ its VO65 Ocean Race Boat ‘Racing for the Planet’, in a dance-filled ceremony at the Marina de Cascais, in Portugal.
The spectacular launch was attended by over 300 guests, including VIPs and key figures from the yacht-racing world, Portuguese Government, local dignitaries and journalists.
The Ocean Race 2021-22 will stop in Itajaí, Brazil, marking the fourth consecutive time the city on the Santa Catarina coastline will host the iconic event.
In 2017-18, Itajaí was among the most visited stopovers in the race, with over 440,000 race fans coming to the Race Village after the final
The Ocean Race has been recognised with Special Event status by the world governing body of the sport – World Sailing.
World Sailing is pleased to announce that the 2021-22 and 2025-26 editions of The Ocean Race, the global sailing event that is the toughest test of a team in sport,
The Italian city of Genoa will be the finish port for the next edition of The Ocean Race, marking the first time the fully-crewed, around the world yacht race, known as the ‘toughest test of a team in sport’ will come to Italy.
The selection of Italy’s top maritime city to
For the first time in its history The Ocean Race will make a stop in Cabo Verde during the 2021-22 edition of the fully crewed around-the-world race.
Cabo Verde will become just the second African venue the Race has ever visited and the first West African nation to host the event,