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T-Mobile U.S. SailGP Chicago | Highlights Video

by SailGP 21 Jun 20:09 BST 18-19 February 2023
The SailGP F50 catamaran fleet sail towards the Chicago skyline and Navy Pier on Race Day 2 of the T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix | Chicago at Navy Pier © Simon Bruty for SailGP

The grandstands of Navy Pier were packed under sunny skies as Chicago SailGP fans turned out in force. For the second straight event final, Phil Robertson's Canada and Ben Ainslie's Great Britain were Australia's rivals for the title, with both left to rue what might have been after falling behind to Australia's fast start and never recovering.

Relive all the action from SailGP's freshwater debut on Lake Michigan at the T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix | Chicago at Navy Pier.

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