On the June 2019 edition of the World Sailing Show:
Learning to Fly - AC team training
Ask any top team what single factor has the most influence on results and the answer is always the same - time on the water.
Never is this more crucial than when they are breaking new
Live show coverage of the final four days of racing at the Volvo 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European Championship 2019.
Two of the America’s Cup “super teams” – American Magic and INEOS Team UK – have reported accelerated progress in their campaigns after both teams ran winter training camps away from their home bases.
Faced with the prospect of freezing temperatures and winter storms back home in the United Kingdom, the
On the May 2019 episode of the World Sailing Show:
Coville’s secret revealed – The new Sodebo
As Thomas Coville crossed the finish on Christmas Day 2016 to set a new single handed, non-stop around the world record he was already thinking about how he could shave off more time on his
An interesting video featuring action from a French training session in the new Figaro 3 foiling one-design monohull ahead of the first event of the 2019 Figaro season – the double-handed Sardinha Cup scheduled to take place from March 26 to April 13.
Good to see all of the crews –
A great new video from America’s Cup challenger American Magic about their innovation technology partnership with aircraft maker Airbus.
Includes unseen going footage of the team’s development boat, The Mule.
No it's not the latest Saturday evening reality TV offering, but if you fancy the idea of a sail training camp where you can rub shoulders with and learn professional sailors like Robert Scheidt, the Star Sailors League training camp in Riva del Garda, Italy could be just the thing
On the March episode of the World Sailing Show:
The Golden Globe – The first two home
In July last year 17 skippers had set out on a 30,000mile single-handed race around the world. Designed to pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the original Golden Globe and raced in similar sized
With less than a week to go before they will do battle for the first time ever next weekend on Sydney Harbour the skippers of the six international SailGP teams came together in a studio for 30 minutes of gentle questioning and friendly banter hosted by SailGP TV anchor Shirley
It feels like ages since the first rumours of a brand new global professional racing circuit put together by Russell Coutts and Larry Ellison first surfaced in early 2017.
But yesterday in Sydney, Australia – one week away from the first event there next weekend – the six-boat fleet of