Wings & Foils
Route du Rhum Start Postponed Until Wednesday
For the first time in Route du Rhum race history, the organizers have made the difficult decision to delay the start of the 3,543-mile race.
USA Wins SailGP Event in Saint-Tropez
Aussie-American Jimmy Spithill has led his United States team to their first-ever SailGP victory, prevailing in the finals.
The 2022 Ronstan Bridge to Bridge — a Wild Ride
Legendary downwind West Coast races are usually hundreds or thousands of miles and many days long. This one is just about 10 minutes.
Good Jibes With Moe Roddy and Daniela Moroz on Formula Kiting to Victory
Daniela is a five-time Formula Kite World Champion and three-time US Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, and is campaigning to compete in the 2024 Olympics in Paris and Marseille.
West Marine US Open Sailing Series Wraps in San Francisco
Olympic class racing is hard to find in the US but the foundation for future success is being built on both coasts with the West Marine US Open Sailing Series.
Foiling Through the Frisco Fog
On a really dark Friday afternoon, the St. Francis Yacht Club hosted wing foilers and windsurfers for some course racing.
A Sampling of August Regattas
Before we flip the calendar page to August, here's a timely reminder from StFYC.
Solo Vendée Arctique Is No Joke
The Vendée Artique course is a difficult combination of Atlantic highs and lows.
SailGP Shines in Chicago
This weekend's exciting SailGP event in Chicago was game changer on many different levels as the high-speed foiling catamaran series comes of age.
San Francisco Bay Built the Foundation for Foiling
Foiling didn't start on San Francisco Bay, but it was launched into orbit here.
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