Ainslie in a Boris Johnson ‘do or die’ move at GC32 Worlds’

Ainslie in a Boris Johnson ‘do or die’ move at GC32 Worlds’ opening day in Lagos, Portugal

Ainslie and INEOS Rebels UK join GC32 Racing Tour

Ben Ainslie and Britain’s America’s Cup sailors are to rejoin the GC32 Racing Tour in 2019, racing as INEOS Rebels UK

In the shed something stirred . . .

Nobody has broken cover with an AC75 yet but in a shed in Old Portsmouth something stirred . . .

INEOS TEAM UK reveal latest impression of their AC75

The infamous mantra . . . There is no second . . . has long haunted British crews in the America’s Cup . . . INEOS TEAM UK skipper Ben Ainslie hopes to put it to rest

Ainslie and Scott join INEOS Rebels UK for podium pitch

With gale force winds forecast for the UK it’s worth looking further afield . . . Ben Ainslie will lead the INEOS Rebels UK at the Extreme Sailing Series grand finale in Los Cabos, Mexico

Looking Ahead to AC36

America’s Cup Q&A episode one: what are the teams looking forward to in the next America’s Cup? – Video here

GC32 TPM Med Cup – Ainslie takes control

Star of the day was unquestionably Ben Ainslie and his America’s Cup crew on board Ineos Team UK

GC32 TPM Med Cup – No racing Thursday

The sea state on the Rade de Toulon was considered too large for the GC32 catamarans to race safely Thursday.

Sir Keith Mills to back new Sailing League

Sir Keith Mills is to back new sailing league being founded by Larry Ellison and Russell Coutts in a class of foiling 50-foot catamarans

Does GBR have any Rock Stars?

Do we need a change in competitor attitude to kick-start public interest in sailing?