The inaugural Vendée-Arctique race marked a return to some type of normalcy in the sailing world. The first major ocean race of the COVID era…
We'll lead off with some good news: "A muffled cheer may be heard around the docks. The Coast Guard has resumed permitting of racing on the Bay…"
This year’s Transpac Tahiti race had to be postponed, but nearly 42,000 'armchair racers' took part in a virtual version of the 4,500-mile competition.
One of the most prolific sponsorships in all of sailing has come to an abrupt end. French insurance company MACIF has withdrawn from racing maxi-trimarans, cutting loose their skipper, François Gabart.
The IMOCA class taken the opportunity to announce the new Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d’Olonne solo race.
Makani Andrews nails the port tack start in the El Toro Junior North Americans.
Robbie Haines and Roy Disney are reading Latitude 38 while Pyewacket waits at the dock.
Have you seen this headline or opening sentence in a story lately? "Canceled." In the spirit of our newfound 'cancellation beat', you might be asking, "What about the America's Cup?"
SailGP has suspended racing for the remainder of 2020. The league will reschedule Season 2 events for 2021. Two of the impacted events already have new dates for 2021: San Francisco on April 17-18 and…
"There are two ways to say this: R2AK and SEVENTY48 are canceled in 2020. R2AK and SEVENTY 2020 aren’t canceled, but you can’t cross the starting line until 2021."
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