In a long list of success stories over the 10-year history of the Extreme Sailing Series™ one name stands out - Pete Greenhalgh. The Brit has a unique record on the global Stadium Racing tour having won four overall titles including the very first season in 2007 as well as last year. Find out more about Pete here.
The skipper of the first ever all-female crew to compete in the Extreme Sailing Series™ says they are more determined than ever to be part of the 2017 season after an action-packed debut in Lisbon.
VIDEO: Lisbon delivered some of the best conditions the GC32s have ever seen last weekend, and saw Alinghi hit speeds exceeding 35kts. With the addition of three wildcard teams to the Stadium Racing fray, the fleet of nine hydro-foiling catamarans went full-throttle for the crowds lining the shore of the River Tagus, showing the world why the Extreme Sailing Series™ has its name. Check out the video for some of the unmissable action.
We are thrilled to announce a return to the Americas for the first time in six years in 2017 in what promises to be another action-packed year with two new venues. Check out the video to find out where we are going.
The Extreme Sailing Series™, the world’s leading Stadium Racing series, will return to the Americas for the first time in six years in 2017 in what promises to be another action-packed season.
Lisbon dished out some of the most exhilarating racing seen so far this year, with the fleet hitting speeds of more than 35 knots on the penultimate day. Catch up on the best moment from the Portuguese Act here.
Red Bull Sailing Team caused one of the biggest upsets of the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series™ today as they knocked overall leaders Oman Air off the Act 7 podium in a thrilling finale in Lisbon.
Dozens of Extreme Sailing Series™ sailors and staff joined forces with volunteers from ocean conservation group Sailors for the Sea for a beach clean at Lisbon's Praia De Algés, right next to the Race Village.
Sail Portugal – Visit Madeira face a race against time to get their GC32 catamaran back into action after it was damaged in a wet and wild penultimate day of Act 7 on their home waters of Lisbon.
Nine laps of the planet, 11 Olympic Games, one gold medal and one silver, 13 world championship titles and 45 national event wins. As team CVs go, Thalassa Magenta Racing's is up there with the best.
Swiss team Alinghi sailed a near-perfect day to consolidate their Act 7 lead as Lisbon delivered perfect conditions for the Extreme Sailing Series™' fleet of 'flying' catamarans.
In a long list of success stories over the 10-year history of the Extreme Sailing Series™ one name stands out - Pete Greenhalgh. The 40-year-old Brit has a unique record on the global Stadium Racing tour having won four overall titles including the very first season in 2007 as well as last year.