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SailGP cancels San Francisco event scheduled for May 2-3


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Francisco SailGP event scheduled for May 2-3 has been canceled. SailGP CEO Sir Russell Coutts said: “We are of course disappointed to cancel our event scheduled for May 2-3 in San Francisco. This decision has been made to avoid increasing the already significant risk

America’s Cup: Portsmouth ACWS event plans “on track”

America's Cup

ORIGIN Sports Group who, in conjunction with the America’s Cup Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, are the organisers of ACWS Portsmouth today advised that event planning is well on track for the event being hosted June 4-7. The organisers are highly conscious of the situation in many countries regarding the effect

Ocean Racing: High quality fleet set to take on The Transat CIC

Ocean Racing

The legendary passage across the North Atlantic has proven one of the most difficult challenges to the solo sailor over the last 60 years. Although the start and finish ports for the 15th edition of The Transat CIC have changed from the traditional course, now leaving Brest in France on

J Class: Lionheart, Svea, Topaz and Velsheda set for Caribbean showdown

J Class

When they muster in March in the Caribbean to race at the Antigua Superyacht Challenge and at the ever-popular Saint Barth's Bucket, four J Class yachts will form the strongest class fleet since 2017's J Class World Championship in Newport, RI. The back-to-back events will mark the notable return of Lionheart

America’s Cup: From rivals to teammates

America's Cup

American Magic skipper Terry Hutchinson and helmsman Dean Barker are no strangers to each other on America's Cup racecourses. Having sailed both with and against each other across multiple campaigns for the oldest trophy in international sport, they are back together again leading the New York Yacht Club's challenge to

World Match Racing Tour: 18 event season announced

World Match Racing Tour

The World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) announced its 20th anniversary season with an 18 event schedule across 13 countries, including a new championship format awarding points from all events towards the annual match racing world title. GKSS Match Cup Sweden also re-joins the tour as the third World Championship event