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Americas Cup - 10 things you should know

This weekend (25-26 July 2015) in Portsmouth sees the first stage of the World Series for the Americas Cup which will take place in Bermuda in 2017. And it’s a really big deal.  Why? Here are 10 things you should know about the America’s Cup…1. The 2013 America’s Cup final is hailed as the Greatest Ever Sporting Comeback.When the 4 times Briti

Zut Alors!

Arthur Logic’s RORC race to St Malo Crew Blog from Simon H. A glorious sunny day as we get under way down the Solent – shorts and lightweight gear is the rig of the day. Caught in the pack at the start, we push hard to make up places; it’s going to be a drag race to St Malo. Starting with the wind from the southeast, it helps us press on down

Galahad develop tea-manship

Race blog from Mag Leahy, Galahad.RORC St. Malo 2015 got off to a calm start at 9:30am on Friday 10th of July, team Galahad were focused and together. An addition of Anna to the team, bringing us to 10 for Fastnet, was seamless, she fits right in. Talented at sleeping anywhere and waking alert in seconds, she was a useful and pleasant team player.

7am is beer o'clock

Crew blog from Jade on Winston: St Malo-Dinard race was just a drag race to from Cowes to France but not for the glory, not for the accolades - it's for space in the marina so you don't have to go home straight after a gruelling 20+ hour race.Well maybe it's a little for the glory 😊It started on a sparkling Friday morning where I can guarante

St Malo Race Round-Up

What an exciting downwind race! Unlike the previous few years of driftathon racing, this year’s RORC St Malo race was a real challenge for both crews and boats.First Mate Ollie on Winston explains, “The angles meant we were always on the edge – never a simple, straight downwind run.” It was a quick reach out of the Solent and this set the pace

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