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SailGP claims 200 million US$ valuation after sale of ‘minority’ stake


On the verge of embarking on its second season of operation, SailGP has sold a minority stake to global entertainment, sports and content company Endeavor. Endeavor’s investment position in SailGP values the global sports property at US$200 million after its highly successful first season. As part of the investment, SailGP will

SailGP: Copenhagen event announced for September 2020


The ROCKWOOL Copenhagen SailGP will take place in the Danish capital on September 11-12, marking the fifth event in the global championship’s second season. ROCKWOOL will be the Title Partner for an event that will see seven national teams compete in the world’s fastest sail racing in Scandinavia for the

SailGP: Formula 1 for growth


With just weeks to go to the start of the second SailGP season – exclusively for Yacht Racing Life – Rob Kothe speaks to the global series' instigator, CEO Sir Russel Coutts, and some of the top skippers on the international circuit. The second season of the Larry Ellison funded, Sir Russell

SailGP: French team rings the changes for 2020 season


France SailGP team finished bottom of the table in the opening SailGP season last year, but now with a new boss and a refreshed sailing team lineup, the squad has high hopes of staging a much better performance in 2020 in the second season of the international circuit. With less than 40 days

Denmark SailGP Team confirms line up one month from season opener


With just over a month until the start of SailGP Season 2, the roster for the Denmark SailGP Team presented by ROCKWOOL was confirmed for its debut campaign in the global championship. Helmsman Nicolai Sehested determined the six-man team following a two-week training and selection camp in New Zealand’s Northland

Bruno Dubois on new role in charge of France SailGP Team

With the second season of the highly successful SailGP championship starting in Sydney in less than 50 days, Bruno Dubois has been named manager of the France SailGP Team, and will help the team maximise its performance on the water and commercial development. In 2019, the Belgian-Canadian led the China SailGP