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New Zealand claims third win of Season 3 in stunning comeback at Singapore Sail Grand Prix 

Sébastien Schneiter’s Switzerland SailGP Team claim first ever race win in front of thousands lining shore of East Coast Park. SINGAPORE – January 15, 2023 In a gutsy and impressive performance New Zealand defied the odds to win the Singapore Sail Grand Prix. The win cements Peter Burling’s position as the main threat to Tom …

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One week countdown begins: SailGP’s F50 fleet prepares for battle at the first-ever Singapore Sail Grand Prix

Article republished from SailGP / by Miranda Blazeby, Digital Editor Following on from a seven-week hiatus after the Dubai Sail Grand Prix in November, SailGP is gearing up to deliver its first event of 2023 with the region’s first Sail Grand Prix on January 14-15.  The league’s nine hydrofoiling catamarans will hit the iconic waters of …

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Doyle Sails Swedish Moth National Championships

The Doyle Sails Swedish Moth National Championships got underway today with twenty-two international Moth sailors representing seven nations gathered in Gothenburg for the Doyle Sails Swedish Moth Championships hosted by GKSS. Friday’s racing consisted of four tune-up races, which saw the fleet sailing a SailGP style racecourse in a cold northerly wind of 15-18 knots.  …

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The New Zealand SailGP Team has dominated in Denmark, winning four of four races at the ROCKWOOL Denmark Sail Grand Prix – becoming the first SailGP team to be undefeated at a single event.

With the sun coming out and the breeze filling in, race day two in Copenhagen followed a shortened format of just four races after qualifying races on Friday were called off due to poor weather. Three short, sharp fleet races and one final would determine the event winner, and New Zealand claimed them all, winning …

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Australia battle back from mediocre first day to scoop triumphant win in Chicago

republished from SailGP written by Miranda Blazeby, Digital Editor Two-time defending and reigning SailGP champions Australia have once again proved their prowess in the three boat winner-takes-all race, after scraping into the final and emerging triumphant winners in Chicago Tom Slingsby’s team picked up a 99% fly time in light wind conditions to blow competitors Great …

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The Seagull has landed.

Doyle Sails International announces powerhouse partnership with Seagull Sails, owned and operated by world-renowned, professional sailors Kyle Langford and David Gilmour. The alliance will see the pair deliver Doyle sails to both the Swedish and global Grand Prix/Superyacht markets. Kyle and Dave are joined by brand ambassadors Kinley Fowler and Tom Johnson, all boasting equally …

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NZ SAILGP team impact league victory secures funding for kelp restoration research

BY SAILGP NEW ZEALAND | MAR 28, 2022  Monday 28 March, Auckland The New Zealand SailGP Team has been crowned inaugural Impact League champions at the SailGP Season 2 Grand Final in San Francisco, winning USD $100,000 prize money for its Race for the Future charity partner, Live Ocean Foundation. A second leaderboard which runs alongside the Season Championship, the …

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Australia crowned SailGP Champions after crazy day of racing on San Francisco Bay

Published by Sail GP 28 MARCH 2022 by Billy Hawkins-Yale Australia have won the SailGP Championship for a second successive year, beating Japan and the United States in the Grand Final on a crazy, incident-filled day in San Francisco. The Aussies and Driver Tom Slingsby, who won the inaugural Championship in 2019, defeated incredibly tough …

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