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Canfield shines in Copenhagen

Defending champion Taylor Canfield and his US One team proved that their overall victory last year’s was no fluke, claiming four out of seven races on the opening day of the 2016 M32 Scandina

Team Nika looks to defend title

Less than a week remains to go before the 2016 RC44 World Championship Marina de Sotogrande fired up in Spain with defending champion,Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika part of the 11-strong competitio

First 2016 victory for Alinghi

Swiss team Alinghi today notched up their first win of the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series after the final day of racing in Qingdao.

Alinghi holds fast

The Extreme Sailing Series China is gearing up for a tight showdown with just 12 points separating the top three teams heading into the last day.

Alinghi and...Portugal...tied

Extreme Sailing Series stalwarts Alinghi returned to winning ways today as they shot to the top of the leaderboard in Qingdao China.

Aberdeen Asset Management back

Cowes Week has received a boost this week with the news that Aberdeen Asset Management has agreed to support it for one more year in 2016 – adding a final chapter to their Cowes Week story.

One race day

Qingdao today lived up to its reputation as one of the trickiest venues on the Extreme Sailing Series as light winds limited action to just one race on the opening day of racing.

Christian Kamp on board in New York

Artemis Racing is gearing up to take revenge at the upcoming Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series event in New York over 6-8 May.

Looking forward to New York

“It’s going to be a tricky place to race,” said Oracel Team USA sailing team manger and tactician Tom Slingsby, when asked about the race area for the Louis Vuitton America&r

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