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    Show news Spanish line-up confirmed for SailGP Season 2
    Jordi Xammar's team to be youngest entry in global championship
    Posted today at 7:57 pm
    Tom Slingsby set to defend SailGP Championship
    Bringing back championship-winning crew to start title defence
    Posted on 28 Jan
    France SailGP Team introduces its roster for 2020
    New flight controller, new coach, and new grinder
    Posted on 23 Jan
    Just how hard can it be?
    You've won multiple World Championships, and not just in the one class...
    Posted on 19 Jan
    Denmark SailGP Team confirmed
    Helmsman Nicolai Sehested leads well-rounded crew
    Posted on 16 Jan
    Bruno Dubois joins France SailGP Team
    Named as Team Manager to help the team maximize performance on the water
    Posted on 15 Jan
    SailGP Inspire learning camp at Lake Macquarie
    The global league's community, education and outreach initiative
    Posted on 23 Dec 2019
    More than 50%
    Last week's newsleter cast a spotlight on the ever-changing world of SailGP
    Posted on 22 Dec 2019
    Podcast: An extraordinary 10 years of sailing
    Andy Rice, Mark Jardine and James Boyd discuss the sailing decade
    Posted on 21 Dec 2019
    SailGP lineup to shift for Season 2
    Spain to join Australia, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Japan and United States
    Posted on 17 Dec 2019
    World Sailing Trust joins SailGP Inspire program
    The partnership will use sailing as a force for good
    Posted on 16 Dec 2019
    We'll take 50%
    Last week we saw it would be NED or DEN entering SailGP
    Posted on 15 Dec 2019
    Denmark SailGP announced as seventh team
    SailGP has announced the addition of the Denmark SailGP Team presented by Rockwool for 2020
    Posted on 11 Dec 2019
    Sir Ben Ainslie to helm British SailGP entry
    INEOS joins as Presenting Partner
    Posted on 26 Nov 2019
    SailGP returns to Cowes for Season 2
    Historic speeds were reached in Cowes in 2019
    Posted on 14 Nov 2019
    Rolex presents the first season for SailGP
    Just released is this video by Rolex reviewing the SailGP first season.
    Posted on 10 Nov 2019
    Tom Slingsby helps launch SailGP Inspire Racing
    Returning to his home sailing club in New South Wales
    Posted on 8 Nov 2019
    U.S. SailGP Team begins rebuilding for Season 2
    Kirby leads team to Washington D.C., for Intensive 'Team of Teams' Training
    Posted on 7 Nov 2019
    The World Sailing Show: Programme 10
    Two more AC75s launch, 52 Super Series & SailGP finale, Barcolana and more
    Posted on 6 Nov 2019
    Sydney SailGP tickets on sale now
    Heart-pumping global championship returns to Sydney Harbour in 2020
    Posted on 1 Nov 2019
    Great Britain SailGP Team announce new team member
    Matthew Barber joins the highly decorated crew as a grinder
    Posted on 31 Oct 2019
    F50 crowned World Sailing's Boat of the Year
    Cutting-edge foiling catamaran honored after breaking speed records in debut season
    Posted on 30 Oct 2019
    2019 Rolex World Sailor of the Year
    Marco Gradoni and Anne-Marie Rindom receive the awards
    Posted on 30 Oct 2019
    SailGP to return to San Francisco, New York
    Two iconic U.S. shorelines in 2020 for Season 2
    Posted on 29 Oct 2019
    Global audience of 1.8 billion in SailGP Season 1
    More than 133,000 spectators witnessed the world's fastest sail racing
    Posted on 10 Oct 2019
    2019 Goslings Boat of the Year Award nominees
    Three diverse boats have been nominated
    Posted on 7 Oct 2019
    Coconut Oil
    All the oils (yes, if you're Australian you'll shave your head and dance)
    Posted on 29 Sep 2019
    GBR team in Marseille SailGP overall
    Brits take fourth place in their first SailGP Championship season
    Posted on 22 Sep 2019
    U.S. SailGP Team at Marseille SailGP overall
    Kirby vows comeback after the team's rollercoaster season
    Posted on 22 Sep 2019
    Marseille SailGP overall
    Tom Slingsby wins historic first SailGP Championship for Australia
    Posted on 22 Sep 2019
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      France SailGP Team at Sydney Harbour.
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      FRA SailGP Team, helmed by Billy Besson during a race condition practice session. Race 1 Season 1 SailGP event in Sydney Harbour.
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      France SailGP Team
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      Chris Draper, Great Britain SailGP Team CEO; Ben Ainslie, Great Britain SailGP Team helmsman and INEOS TEAM UK Principal and Skipper; SailGP CEO Sir Russell Coutts, at the Great Britain SailGP Team presented by INEOS announcement event
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      Japan SailGP Team grinders Leo Takahashi and Yuki Kasatani in action as Japan SailGP Team practise on The Solent ahead of Event 4 Season 1 SailGP event in Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, United Kingdom.
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      SailGP returns to Cowes in 2020
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      The Global League culminated with a 10-minute match race for a $1million purse in Marseille.
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      Six crews sailed in SailGP San Francisco
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      Exciting sailing conditions for SailGP Cowes as the Australian SailGP team broke the 50kt barrier
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      2019 SailGP Marseille Grand Final
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      2019 SailGP Marseille Grand Final
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      No holding back at Sail GP San Francisco
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      Australia won all three races in Cowes SailGP
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      The Australia SailGP Team's F50 with Skipper Tom Slingsby AUS at the helm (right), the France SailGP Team and the China SailGP Team boat during a race condition practice session. Event 1 Season 1 SailGP event in Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia.
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      Great Britain SailGP Team full flight at its home event in Cowes, Isle of Wight
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      SailGP's F50 crowned World Sailing's Boat of the Year
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      SailGP Season 1: The Year in Numbers
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      Great Britain SailGP team at Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final
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      Great Britain SailGP team at Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final
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      Great Britain SailGP athletes left to right: Neil Hunter, Grinder; Matt Gotrel, Grinder; Dylan Fletcher, Skipper/Helmsman; Chris Draper CEO and Wing Trimmer; Stu Bithell, Flight Controller; Richard Mason, Grinder.
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      Great Britain SailGP team at Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final
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      U.S. SailGP Team at Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final
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      U.S. SailGP Team at Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final
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      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
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      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
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      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
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      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
      © Sam Kurtul / www.worldofthelens.co.uk
      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
      © Sam Kurtul / www.worldofthelens.co.uk
      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
      © Sam Kurtul / www.worldofthelens.co.uk
      SailGP Season 1 concludes in Marseille, France
      © Sam Kurtul / www.worldofthelens.co.uk