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Running a sustainable sailing world championship

Running a sustainable world championship

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

Ellen MacArthur’s record breaking trimaran returns

Ellen MacArthur’s record breaking trimaran returns

Now for what we think is the feel-good story of the yacht racing year so far. On paper at least, French solo skipper Romain Pilliard’s entry in the Ultim Class at the 2018 Route du Rhum singlehanded transatlantic race doesn’t stand much of a chance against the rest of the multihull

Alex Thomson goes electric on new IMOCA 60

Alex Thomson goes electric on new IMOCA 60.

Press release: Alex Thomson Racing has underlined its commitment to sustainability by declaring an ambition to race around the world without the use of fossil fuels. Earlier this year the ocean racing team announced plans to build a brand new IMOCA 60 yacht, with the aim of becoming the first non-French

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