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The Ocean Race will help discover and gather data in the Antarctic

The Ocean Race will help discover and gather data in the Antarctic


The world's longest and most challenging professional sports event, The Ocean Race, is leading a scientific mission in the Antarctic, where crucial data on the health of the ocean at the planet's extremes is being collected. In this remote region where information is extremely scarce, The Ocean Race stands as not only the world's toughest team sailing challenge but also the only team sport globally that mandates all participants to engage in the collection of vital ocean data. It is the sole sporting event with a scientific program extending beyond the competitions themselves, as seen in the recent utilization of scientific equipment by The Ocean Race team in the Transat Jacques Vabre and expeditions like the journey to Antarctica.



Málaga is dressing up tonight to host the World Sailing Awards 2023 ceremony

Málaga is dressing up tonight to host the World Sailing Awards 2023 ceremony

At 7:30 p.m., the Spanish town of Málaga will be the venue for the recognition of the outstanding figures of the year with the 2023 World Sailing Awards. The event includes several awards, the most outstanding of which being th 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award from World Sailing and the Team of the Year award, recognizing teams that embody integrity, ambition, resilience, and resourcefulness.



European Sailing Championship 2023: The Battle for Paris 2024 Continues

European Sailing Championship 2023: The Battle for Paris 2024 Continues


The European Sailing Championship is currently underway on the southern coast of Portugal, featuring three Olympic sailing disciplines. Sailors are vying for the coveted ticket to Paris 2024 in dinghy and mixed multihull categories.


The beaches of Vilamoura, in the southern region of the Algarve, serve as the epicenter of the European Sailing Championship 2023, set to culminate on November 13.