Chicago – Following four days of intense racing, Rick Devos’s REV clinched their first title as M32 Corinthian World Champions, silently sweeping the fleet and sailing a tremendously consistent event in Chicago, IL. Mirroring the accomplishment, ChinaOne.Ningbo walked away as 2018 M32 Overall World Champions, defending their title from last...
Chicago – Day two of the M32 World Championship saw a drastic change of pace from yesterday’s light-air affair, as westerly winds in excess of 25 knots upset the leaderboard. With the breeze upset as it moved through the Chicago skyline, the tacticians worked hard to stay in phase all...
Gargano – Not very typical Garda Lake conditions were the protagonist of the weekend of racing of the M32 catamarans in Gargnano. After the no race of the first day due to the lack of wind, the fleet could only complete seven races yesterday, being then left ashore today for...
Gargnano – It is all set in Gargnano, Western shore of the Garda Lake, for the fifth act of the Cetilar Sailing Series – M32 European Series, whose dates and location coincide with one of the most famous regattas of the Italian Lake Garda, the “50 Miglia, Gorla Trophy”, that will take place...
The ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao offered a fascinating finale as the inaugural event in China and the first World Cup regatta of the 2013-14 series concluded.read more
Franck Cammas is cherishing his first bullet and looking forward to a big fight on Sunday at the Semaine Olympique Francaise in La Rochelle.read more
In the Nacra, the otherwise almost unbeatable Audrey Ogereau and Matthieu Vandame capsized in their third and final race of the day.read more
The first day of the inaugural Semaine Olympique Française held in La Rochelle saw superstars of the sailing world rubbing shoulders with young hopefuls and them all having their sites set oread more
While having a heated inter-geek conversation at the Little America’s Cup last week about Oracle Team USA’s alleged automatic foil control system that the Kiwi press at the time were baread more
At last week’s Little America’s Cup, Franck Cammas and his team demonstrated that they had raised the benchmark considerably with their all-conquering catamaran, Groupama C.read more
The final day of the International C-Class Catamaran Championship was one of disappointment for the crews.read more
Going into the final three days of the International C-Class catamaran championship, the fleet has now divided with the two winners of the first three days - Groupama C and the Billy Bessoread more
Full fleet racing is now over and after a drizzly grey day on Falmouth Bay the finalists have been decided.read more
A change to lighter conditions for the third day of the International C-Class Catamaran Championship on Falmouth Bay seemed to have little effect on the continued forward march of Franck Cammas&rsqread more
Down to ten boats at the beginning of the day following the Portugese teams’ main beam snap-age read more
The International C-Class Catamaran Championship succeeded in living up to its nickname of the ‘Little America’s Cup’ yesterday when on the opening day, racing was blighted, San Fread more
The most 11th hour entry to the International C-Class Catamaran Championship has been that of John Downey’s Team Sentient Blue.read more
A warm, but overcast day on Falmouth’s Carrick Roads, 24 hours out from the start of the International C-Class Catamaran Championship (ICCCC), which kicks off with three fleet races, the firsread more
While Canadian Fred Eaton has won the last two International C-Class Catamaran Championships, favourite going into next week’s event in Falmouth is the Hydros Lombard Odier team from Switzerlread more