The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has established a unique collaboration with The Ocean Race to work together to organise impactful sports events and global activities that will amplify awareness towards sustainability.
This alliance between the world’s largest environmental organisation and network and the leading international ocean racing
When it comes to the challenge of producing compelling digital content capable of engaging and inspiring a global online audience the sport of ocean racing provides a rich seam of opportunity waiting to be mined by the right brand.
In particular competitors in around-the-world races like the solo non-stop Vendee Globe
The second in the current series of The Ocean Race Summits will stream online live from The Hague on May 27 at 1400 CEST / 0800 EDT and will feature top experts and leaders from across a wide range of fields coming together to share solutions to accelerate the restoration
British professional weather forecaster and ocean racing navigator Libby Greenhalgh made her name in The Ocean Race during the 2014-15 edition when she took the navigators seat aboard the all-female entry Team SCA. In the last race she was called on to take over as navigator of the Hong Kong
The next in the series of Ocean Race Summits will take place as an online, virtual workshop on May 27, streaming live from The Hague.
The Ocean Race has announced the second in its current series of Ocean Race Summits will take place as scheduled on 27 May, beginning at 1400
British navigator Jules Salter is one of the most sought-after names on the professional sailing scene. He has four editions of The Ocean Race to his name – 2011-12 with Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing, a win in 2008-09 on Ericsson 4, 2005-06 on Pirates of the Caribbean, and 2017-18 with
Our guest on the latest episode of The Yacht Racing Podcast is the legendary Dutch ocean racing skipper Bouwe Bekking.
Bekking is best known as an around-the-world race campaigner and has eight Whitbread and Volvo Ocean Races to his name. Even more impressive is his track record of results which features
To some people British sailor Rosco Monson may perhaps be one of the lesser known names in The Ocean Race community.
In the last edition of the race his role with team AkzoNobel was as performance analyst and on-shore navigator – a “back room” position to all intents and purposes,
Australian yachtsman Phil Harmer is a five-time competitor in The Ocean Race and has been on the winning team twice – first with Groupama sailing team in 2011-12 and then again the following edition in 2014-15 with Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing – so who better to include in our series
Thirty-two year old Italian sailor Francesca Clapcich first established herself on the professional sailing scene as an Olympic campaigner, first in the singlehanded Laser Radial class in which she represented her country at the London 2012 Games, and then in the 49FX where – crewing for Giulia Conti – she