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11th Hour Racing Team and Musto announce long-term partnership

11th Hour Racing Team

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

Olympic sailing: Giles Scott switches focus for Finn World Championship

Olympic sailing

Olympic champion Giles Scott says he’s got one eye on the 2019 Finn world title and the other on Tokyo 2020 as he returns to action next week. Scott (main picture) will take on the world’s best at the Finn Gold Cup, the class’s world championship regatta, in Melbourne, Australia, in

Olympic sailing: Britain launch hunt for mixed offshore pairings

Olympic Sailing

Britain's Royal Yachting Association is on the hunt for sailors and boat owners interested in the new double-handed mixed offshore event that will debut at the Paris 2024 Olympics. This exciting discipline will see mixed pairs battle it out over a four-day offshore race in a new showcase for the sport. With

SailGP: Nicolai Sehested to lead Danish campaign for 2020 and beyond

SailGP

SailGP has announced the addition of the Denmark SailGP Team presented by ROCKWOOL ahead of the global championship’s second season. ROCKWOOL will serve as the team’s main partner, with multi-time around-the-world sailor Nicolai Sehested at the helm and Olympic silver medalist Jonas Høgh-Christensen as team manager. The Danes join six

The Ocean Race: New Zealand stopover confirmed in Auckland

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

Brest Atlantiques: Cammas and Caudrelier victorious after nearly a month at sea

Brest Atlantiques

After 28 days, 23 hours, 24 minutes and 46 seconds at sea, Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier, accompanied by their media man Yann Riou, are the winners of Brest Atlantiques race. They crossed the finish line this morning at 10:24:46am (local time), sealing the first major offshore victory for Maxi

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