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World Sailing Show – April 2019

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https://youtu.be/4gQ44qMqsA0 IN BRIEF We’re all about speed this month. From Tom Slingsby’s guided tour of his teams’ F50, to the drama that proceeded another record breaking run around the Caribbean 600. We also find out how aircraft giants Airbus are helping American Magic to develop their trial horse, the Mule as their America’s

World Sailing Show – February 2019

World Sailing Show – February 2019

In the February 2019 episode of the World Sailing Show: The Golden Globe – The race that changed the world Fifty years ago the Sunday Times sponsored around the world race made history. Better known as the Golden Globe, the first ever solo, non-stop race around the world saw one man enter

World Sailing Show – January 2019

World Sailing Show – January 2019

In the January 2019 episode of the World Sailing Show: Meet the Mule – American Magic’s trial horse They’ve been working in secret for months. Behind closed doors, operating under the radar, American Magic has been locked away, building its trial horse for the 36th America’s Cup. But now they have revealed what

World Sailing Show – December 2018

World Sailing Show – December 2018

In the December 2018 edition of the World Sailing Show: Transatlantic drag race - The brutal Route du Rhum The Route du Rhum is a big deal in France. This singlehanded race across the Atlantic starts just as winter sets in and has a formidable reputation. Run every four years, this was the

World Sailing Show – October 2018

World Sailing Show – October 2018

In the October 2018 episode of the World Sailing Show: 36th America’s Cup Overture The planning for the 36th America’s Cup started the minute Emirates Team New Zealand crossed the finishing line in Bermuda last June. News of the radical 75ft foiling monohull that would be used for the next cycle followed

World Sailing Show – September 2018

World Sailing Show - September 2018.

The Hempel Sailing World Championships was always going to be a big deal, but it wasn’t just the silverware and the sailors that drew the crowds in Aarhus, Denmark. With two years to go until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, this was the first opportunity for nations to qualify for the Games

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