James Boyd's blog
Ben Ainslie and the lads at TeamOrigin will be hoping it is third time lucky today at the Louis Vuitton Trophy in La Maddalena, after a spinnaker entanglement lost them Saturday’s race agains
With baseball and softball dropped from the list of 28 Olympic disciplines for 2016 in favour of golf and rugby, sailing is one of the next weakest sports waiting to be dropped.
This feels like the Premier League – last night it was announced that Mike Sanderson is to move on from his position as Team Director of TeamOrigin, having held the role since Sir Keith Mills
The English Channel is a busy place at the moment with the doublehanded Class 40s heading west down the south coast of the UK in the Normandy Channel Race, while the Multi50s charge in the opposite
A busy weekend with the Audi MedCup concluding in Cascais, where Emirates Team NZ proved they have lost none of their magic while TeamOrigin fell off the pace towards the end of the regatta to fini
A good day for British keelboat sailors yesterday with TeamOrigin pulling into the lead, two points clear of Emirates Team NZ and Synergy, on day two of the Audi MedCup’s Portugal Trophy whil
We are not just saying it because we are here in Cascais, but in going into this season the Audi MedCup seems to have taken its biggest step yet.
Foilers – still the most exciting technology in our sport at present, but still strangely limited pretty much to singlehanders like the Moth and RS600 FF.
The 34th America’s Cup seems to be on track even if 2014, the likely date, seems a long way off.
Both Mike Slade’s ICAP Leopard and Alex Jackson’s Speedboat are setting up to have a crack at the west to east transatlantic monohull record between New York and the L