In the January 2019 episode of the World Sailing Show:
Meet the Mule – American Magic’s trial horse
They’ve been working in secret for months. Behind closed doors, operating under the radar, American Magic has been locked away, building its trial horse for the 36th America’s Cup.
But now they have revealed what
In the December 2018 edition of the World Sailing Show:
Transatlantic drag race - The brutal Route du Rhum
The Route du Rhum is a big deal in France. This singlehanded race across the Atlantic starts just as winter sets in and has a formidable reputation.
Run every four years, this was the
Olympic sailing: On the eve of the Enoshima World Cup regatta at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games venue in Japan getting under way here's a breakdown of the likely podium contenders in the main classes.
Following the Hempel Sailing World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, the sailors are continuing their journey to
Olympic sailing: Rio 2016 gold medallist Giles Scott will make his return to the Olympic circuit following a four-month hiatus as the World Cup Series heads to the Tokyo 2020 venue of Enoshima for the first time.
Scott will be among a 38-strong British Sailing Team contingent to take on the
Olympic sailing: Gillette World Sport takes a look at Britain's top 49er pairing Dylan Fletcher-Scott and Stuart Bithell as they they try to qualify for Tokyo 2020 and become the first British crew to win Olympic gold in the tricky high-performance twin-trapeze skiff.
Source: Gillette World Sport
The Hempel Sailing World Championships was always going to be a big deal, but it wasn’t just the silverware and the sailors that drew the crowds in Aarhus, Denmark.
With two years to go until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, this was the first opportunity for nations to qualify for the Games