With less than 800 nm to sail to the finish of the 2018 Route du Rhum he French sailor François Gabart is on course not only to win the ULTIME class but to smash the outright race record
Solo round the world sailor Mike Golding was invited to the World Sailing Annual Conference, along with Dee Caffari, to give their perspective on solo and short handed ocean racing at a key forum
SailGP Team USA wrap-up an awesome week in New Zealand training on the supercharged F50 catamaran they will be racing in SailGP . . . bring on Sydney
Kiteboarding was added to the Paris 2024 Olympics when the World Sailing AGM confirmed the final 2024 Olympic events/equipment line-up on Sunday
Yorkshire Dales SC have cut the entry limit for their Brass Monkey event at the end of December due to low water levels
While the changes for the 2024 Paris Olympics made the headlines – in the sailing media anyway – What may have a more lasting effect on World Sailing was the presentation of the Governance Commission Report.
British skipper Alex Thomson on Hugo Boss, who has led the IMOCA fleet since the first morning, is now more than 80 miles ahead of second-placed Paul Meilhat on SMA
Five of this year’s World Champions from the Hempel Sailing World Championships are set to compete in the Star Sailors League Finals this December at the Nassau YC in the Bahamas
Latest reports for the Route du Rhum fleet continue with news of the capsize by French former Vendée Globe winner, Armel Le Cléac’h, on board Maxi SoloBanque Populaire IX.