There’s cause for celebration today in Barcelona, as home team Spanish Impulse finished day two of Act 3 on a high, clocking podium finishes in both the first and last races of the day.
The first day of the 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 3, Barcelona did not disappoint, with big breeze propelling the high-speed GC32 catamarans around the course from the word go.
Want to know how the sailors felt heading into the third Act of the season? Read on to get the rundown on the skippers’ hopes, tactics and goals.
A new way to personalise your experience of the Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 3, Barcelona.
In one week’s time, the Extreme Sailing Series™ fleet of seven hydro-foiling GC32 catamarans will descend on Barcelona for the third Act of the 2018 circuit.
The first wildcard team of the 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ is to join the circuit for Act 3, Barcelona from 14-17 June.
Roman Hagara, Skipper of Red Bull Sailing Team, shares his memories and experiences of Barcelona.
It was Swiss success in the first official GC32 World Championship today, as Sébastien Schneiter’s Team Tilt took the top spot in Riva del Garda, Italy.
Another successful day on the water for SAP Extreme Sailing Team saw them close the gap on Swiss rivals, Team Tilt, in the GC32 World Championship, Riva del Garda, Italy.
Lake Garda did not disappoint on the second day of the GC32 World Championship. Winds of up to 16kts saw the teams fly around the course, shaking up the leaderboard as they foiled to the finish.
There’s no denying that the Extreme Sailing Series™ teams meant business heading into the first day of the GC32 World Championship in Riva del Garda, Italy. Day one saw incredible racing from the fleet, with the leading six boats all regulars on the Extreme Sailing Series circuit.
The stage is set, the sailors are ready, the waters of Lake Garda await. The World class fleet of hydro-foiling GC32 catamarans is due to fly into battle this afternoon in a bid to take the first official World Championship title.