San Diego Bay and its banks were buzzing with activity today as the Extreme Sailing Series™ came to town for the penultimate stop on its 2018 global tour.
OC Sport, creator and organiser of the Extreme Sailing Series™, is pleased to announce the launch of the official Extreme Sailing Series App, in collaboration with US-based intelligent communications platform and new official supplier to the Series, Spark Compass.
US-flagged wildcard entry, Element Spark Compass, will join the six other international Extreme Sailing Series™ teams of elite level sailors in San Diego this weekend (18-21 October), for the West Coast Act of the 2018 Series.
The pioneering international event creator, organiser and rights-holder, OC Sport, is thrilled to welcome Element Sports Group to the Extreme Sailing Series™ as a new partner for the final two Acts of the 2018 global tour.
In just over a week, the Extreme Sailing Series™ fleet of flying GC32 catamarans will soar into San Diego from 18-21 October, for the penultimate Act of the 2018 global tour.
The Kiwi Flying Phantom team, Hamilton Huas, helmed by Isaac McHardie and crewed by Tokyo 2020 hopeful Micah Wilkinson, will go down in history as the winner of the first ever Flying Phantom event in China and the Far East.
With a need for speed and adrenaline-pumping racing, Chen Peina – a Chinese RS:X silver medallist from the 2016 Rio Olympics – headed to the Qingdao Mazarin Cup powered by Extreme Sailing Series™ to try her hand at sailing a Flying Phantom.
The battle for the Qingdao top spot continued in China with the fierce French fighting back against Kiwi-flagged frontrunners Hamilton Huas at the Qingdao Mazarin Cup powered by Extreme Sailing Series™.
It was a tough afternoon on the Flying Phantom racecourse as a carousel of capsizes occurred in the opening races of the Qingdao Mazarin Cup powered by Extreme Sailing Series™.
Strong winds struck the racecourse today in Qingdao, China, resulting in the cancellation of racing on day one of the Qingdao Mazarin Cup powered by Extreme Sailing Series™.
Twelve international Flying Phantom teams are raring to race off the start line in Qingdao today, for the city’s first ever Flying Phantom event. Expecting shifty and gusty conditions with plenty of breeze in between, the sailors are anticipating some dramatic racing.
In a matter of days, the twelve-strong international fleet of Flying Phantoms will descend upon Qingdao, China, for the first time in history to participate in the first ever Qingdao Mazarin Cup powered by Extreme Sailing Series™.