The wind failed to materialise on Nassau’s Montagu Bay for the opening day of the sixth Star Sailors League Finals yesterday so racing for the 25 teams in the qualifier section is scheduled to begin today at 1100 EST/1600 UTC/1700 CEST.
Full live online coverage of all the racing on Day
The concluding part of our exclusive interview with American sailor Rome Kirby as he takes on his first leadership role as skipper and CEO of the United States SailGP Team for next year’s inaugural season of the international circuit.
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Watch the opening day of the Star Sailors League live from The Bahamas as a fleet of 25 Star boat crews – including some of the greatest Olympic sailors of all time like Brazil’s Robert Scheidt (five golds) and Britain's Iain Percy (two golds and a silver) – battle it out
American sailor Rome Kirby has is well known in the professional yacht racing world as an America’s Cup winner, a Volvo Ocean Race competitor and a regular on a number of top-flight grand prix raceboat campaigns.
Now though he has been elevated into a leadership position as he takes on the
When it comes to running a sustainable sailing world championship the 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships in Texas established a number of significant new sustainability benchmarks for the sport as a whole.
You might not expect oil-rich Texas to blaze a trail in marine conservation but that’s what happened when Corpus
If you like your sailing video action fast and furious then this latest one from New Zealand featuring the Chinese and United States crews putting themselves and the new F50 foiling catamarans through their paces is probably for you...
TP52 (and Maxi 72) class manager Rob Weiland takes a breathless look back over what has proved to be the hardest fought 52 Super Series ever.
And then, all of a sudden, the 2018 Super Series is done and dusted. The 2017 podium (Azzurra 1st, Platoon 2nd, Quantum 3rd) for 2018
Three Australian members of the Swedish former-America’s Cup syndicate Artemis Racing have been announced as the core crew for the Japan SailGP Team for the new circuit’s inaugural season next year.
Artemis helmsman Nathan Outteridge, wing trimmer Iain Jensen and grinder Luke Parkinson will fill the key roles within the new
SailGP today unveiled the fifth team in its new global racing league - the China SailGP Team - with a bold ambition to drive the growth of high-performance sailing in China. The China SailGP Team takes to the water in February 2019 equipped to challenge for the inaugural championship title.
The ClubSwan 50 is already a great success: fast, even in performance and super-modern at the dock. Now there is the ClubSwan 36 – less a baby sister than a (very) cheeky agent provocateur – a remarkable successor to the iconic and beautiful Swan 36 that in 1967 started the