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Extreme Sailing Series faces uncertain future

The Extreme Sailing Series is facing an uncertain future after the reported closure of the UK office of OC Sport – the organiser of the global regatta series.

The Extreme Sailing Series, one of professional sailing’s most well-established grandstand racing circuits, is facing an uncertain future after the reported closure of the UK office of OC Sport – the organiser of the global regatta series. The Extreme Sailing Series began in 2007 as the iShares Cup and utilised the

INEOS Team UK GC32 Racing Tour wrap up

INEOS Team UK GC32 Racing Tour wrap up

A wrap up video from British America’s Cup challengers INEOS Team UK after completing their season in the GC32 Racing Tour with a win at the final event in Toulon, France. “It’s been a great series throughout the year,” said skipper and team principal Ben Ainslie. “We have done four of

America’s Cup teams top GC32 Racing Tour

America’s Cup teams top GC32 Racing Tour.

The head-to-head battle between the British and French America’s Cup teams to decide the overall winner of the 2018 GC32 Racing Tour season went in favour of Franck Cammas’ NORAUTO squad, despite Sir Ben Ainslie’s INEOS Team UK crew dominating the final event in Toulon, France. The two teams had gone

Ben Ainslie on GC32 Racing Tour

Ben Ainslie on GC32 Racing Tour

Getting to compete against the greatest Olympic sailor of all time Ben Ainslie has provided much delight for competitors on the GC32 Racing Tour this season. Five time Olympic medallist, four time Olympic champion Ainslie and his British America’s Cup challenger, INEOS TEAM UK, joined at the end of June for

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