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A force five provides the ideal finish to racing at the 44th Sailing Week.
Will Cup racing set new standards? Rebecca Hayter reports on the latest high tech developments in AC race management
25 knots, sun and a 2–3m swell saw racing at its best in Antigua, with double digit surfing figures available for all classes.
Some fantastic video footage from the first two day’s racing already, as well as the report from Day 2
Olympics, double-handed global racing and a Volvo Ocean Race, does Iker Martinez ever stop? Plus, the latest TP52 Ran IV and more
There were America’s Cup spills aplenty on the first day of the AC45 regatta trials in Auckland
Titan XV caught fire tonight in Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
The first day's racing at Antigua Sailing Week 2011 saw some well-matched close racing in sun and wind – ideal.
44th Sailing Week kicks off with an Easter gift forecasting increasing tradewinds
Rod Carr (Field of Play Manager for Sailing at London 2012) answers all your spectator queries here...
Wally Yachts and the FT newspaper launch a new Maxi Yacht racing series
Not long back from his solo round-the-world record attempt, Coville will join Franck Cammas on board Groupama 4