America's Cup – Saturday, June 22, 2019
Saturday, June 22, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Day 1, JPN ahead of AUS after three races

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Day 1, JPN ahead of AUS after three races More of the same on day one of SailGP Act 3 in New York with 'Team Australia' of Tom Slingsby AUS and 'Team Japan' of Nathan Outteridge AUS duelling for the lead. After three races, the Japanese, winning two heats, had the upper hand one point ahead of the Australians. ----- The variable winds between 10 and 30kn and shifts of up to 40° made sailing on Hudson River very challenging. 'Team GBR' of Dylan Fletcher GBR even capsized before the first start and could not compete during the whole day. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
America's Cup – Friday, June 21, 2019
Friday, June 21, 2019   

AC-50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Start today

 AC-50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Start today The third SailGP Act on F50 catamarans will be held from today until Sunday on the Hudson River in New York. Leader so far is Team Australia of Tom Slingsby AUS closely followed by Team Japan of Nathan Outteridge AUS. Team USA of Rome Kirby USA on rank 4 with a 10 point backlog on the leader endeavours to shine on his home waters. Today, three fleetraces are on the program, tomorrow two more races complete the qualifications for the final matchrace of the best two teams on Sunday. ----- The preview. Racing can be followed livestream on sailing-news.com beginning at 22h UTC.
America's Cup – Monday, May 6, 2019
Monday, May 6, 2019   

AC50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 2 - San Francisco CA, USA - Final results, Australia defeats Japan, USA 4th

 AC50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 2 - San Francisco CA, USA - Final results, Australia defeats Japan, USA 4th The teams 'Australia' of Tom Slingsby AUS and 'Japan' of Nathan Outteridge AUS, leading after day one, finished on top after the two fleetraces of Sunday, qualifying for the matchrace final. 'Australia' won this crucial race against 'Japan' that had to compete without navigation electronics. Team USA of Rome Kirby USA finished on rank 4 among the 6 teams racing. Spithill repeated herewith his victory in the first SailGP Act in Sydney of February. The third Act will take place in a month from now in New York. ---- The report and the event website.
America's Cup – Sunday, May 5, 2019
Sunday, May 5, 2019   

AC50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 2 - San Francisco CA, USA - Day 1 - Japan flawless leader, USA on 4th

 AC50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 2 - San Francisco CA, USA - Day 1 - Japan flawless leader, USA on 4th 'Team Japan' with Nathan Outteridge AUS, dominators of the trainings, won all three races on day one of the San Francisco SailGP event, the second round of this competition after Sydney in February. On the ranks 2 and 3 follow 'Australia' with Tom Slingsby AUS and 'Great Britain with Dylan Fletcher GBR. The young USA Team with Rome Kirby USA is on rank 4. The initial 12kn wind increased to 20kn during the races on Frisco Bay. ---- The results and the news of the day.
America's Cup – Saturday, May 4, 2019
Saturday, May 4, 2019   

AC-50-Catamaran - Sail GP - San Francisco CA, USA - Start today, Team Japan the fastest in trainings

 AC-50-Catamaran - Sail GP - San Francisco CA, USA - Start today, Team Japan the fastest in trainings Round 2 of the AC50 Sail GP will take place today and tomorrow on San Francisco Bay in the notorious fresh wind and tide conditions of the venue. The training sessions yesterday really challenged the 6 teams compared with the accommodating sailing in Round 1 on Sydney Harbour a few weeks ago. Team Japan of Nathan Outteridge AUS dominated with a top speed of 49,1kn. ---- The preview.
America's Cup – Sunday, February 17, 2019
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Final results

We reported yesterday on the clear victory of 'Team Australia' of Tom Slingsby AUS over 'Team Japan' of Nathan Outteridge AUS winning not only the final crucial matchrace of the inaugural F50 SailGP event on Sydney Harbour, but also four of the five fleetraces. See the 2-minute video summary as well as the official final report.
Act two will be held on San Francisco Bay in May.
America's Cup – Saturday, February 16, 2019
Saturday, February 16, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Day 2

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Day 2 Two races - both won by Team Australia of Tom Slingsby AUS and a Matchrace Final were held this morning UTC on Sydney Harbour and the Australians as clear winners, leading the overall SailGP rankings after the first Act of the Series 3 points ahead of Team Japan of Nathan Outteridge AUS. The rest of the fleet is 9 points and more behind rank 2 with Team Great Britain on 3rd.
The official report and the overall standings.
America's Cup – Friday, February 15, 2019
Friday, February 15, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - SailGP, Act I - Sydney AUS - Day 1

 F50-Catamaran - SailGP, Act I - Sydney AUS - Day 1 The inaugural SailGP event on the former America's Cup catamarans transferred in One-Design Foiling F50 multihulls was held this morning UTC on Sydney Harbour.
Winners of the three races were Team Japan with Nathan Outteridge AUS and twice Team Australia with Tom Slingsby AUS. The Japanese are the interim's leaders after the first day one point ahead of Team Australia who had a bad first race (4th). Three more races will take place tomorrow morning that can be followed live on our website.
The event website.
America's Cup – Thursday, December 13, 2018
America's Cup – Friday, December 7, 2018
America's Cup – Sunday, November 11, 2018
America's Cup – Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Wednesday, May 30, 2018   (Image © STUFF)

America's Cup News - Next Cup whithout Alinghi

 America's Cup News - Next Cup whithout Alinghi After Team New Zealands victory in the last cup, rumours were going around that Ernesto Bertarelli SUI and his Alinghi will return in the America's Cup. In an interview during the GC32 Worlds on Lake Garda Ernesto Bertarelli renounced a future paricipation. The foiling monhulls will reduce the number of participants, it will a Cup for the constructors and not the sailors. If Team New zealand would have continued on multihulls, Alinghi would have been present in Auckland. The report.
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