Line honours on their first outing

While line honours in the JP Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race traditionally goes to French sailing legends such as Francis Joyon or more recently British aces, such as Ben Ainslie, who

ARMIN STROM Sailing Team's big breeze blitz

Westerly breeze pumping in at 20 knots and a lively sea on the Western Solent brought racing alive for the final day of competition at the Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour’s Cowes Cup.

Velsheda continues her winning streak

Velsheda won the fifth race of the J Class Falmouth Regatta in dull, damp conditions today to set up an exciting head-to-head tomorrow, Saturday; the oldest and most historic J set to take

World Match Racing Tour sold

Today marked a historic day for sailing’s longest-running professional series with the purchase by Sweden’s Aston Harald AB of the World Match Racing Tour.

Groupama Team France launches

With two years until the 35th America’s Cup, Franck Cammas, Michel Desjoyeaux and Olivier de Kersauson have confirmed Groupama Team France, the French bid to win the oldest sports trophy in t

One point lead for Sultanate of Oman

With 12 races now sailed at the Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour’s Cowes Cup, still just one point separates the leaders and this was only decided in the final metres of today’s last race.

Velsheda steps up

Appropriately it was the yacht with the longest and most storied history, Velsheda, which today won the J Class Falmouth Regatta's premier trophy of the week, the Kings Hundred Guineas Cup

Alinghi - a nose ahead

Cowes and the Solent turned on their maximum appeal for the opening day of the Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour’s Cowes Cup with brilliant sunshine and eventually enough wind to get the GC32 catamara

BAR announces title partner

Land Rover has announced a global partnership with Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) ahead of its challenge for the 35th America’s Cup in 2017.

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