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SailGP: Media Conference - reflections on the lessons from Bermuda and goals for Chicago

by Sail-World.com/nz 17 Jun 23:39 BST 18-19 June 2022
The SailGP F50 fleets sails past the Chicago skyline ahead of T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix © Bob Martin/SailGP

Today's Media Conference in Chicago ahead of the T-Mobile U.S. Sail Grand Prix in Chicago, the second event of Season 3 and first-ever on a freshwater racetrack for the event.

The Media Conference is in two halves with five skippers in the first, and four skippers in the second. They look back at what happened in Bermuda, the incidents from practice, including the Canadian team's capsize, and their focus and objectives for the upcoming event in Chicago.

First half: Phil Robertson (CAN), Ben Ainslie (GBR), Tom Slingsby (AUS), Jordi Xammar (ESP) and Sebastien Schneiter (SUI)

Second half: Jimmy Spithill (USA), Nicolai Sehested (DEN), Peter Burling (NZL) and Quentin Delapierre (FRA)


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