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World Sailing Show Episode 6 takes a special look at the World Sailing Awards

World Sailing Show Episode 6 takes a special look at the World Sailing Awards

by World Sailing 1 Nov 08:33 PDT

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October’s special episode of The World Sailing Show, which premiered on October 31, 2022, takes place as part of the World Sailing Awards, a scintillating ceremony in which Nacra 17’s unstoppable teammates Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti , were named Male and Female Rolex World Sailor of the Year, respectively. , this year’s most innovative sustainability initiative was unveiled, Boat and Team of the Year were celebrated and awards for their lifetime contributions to the sport were also presented.

The action also includes:

  • Celebrate the success of all nominees and winners
  • Meeting with Charles Caudrelier taking on the first edition of Finistère Atlantique
  • All the action from the ILCA 6 World Championships
  • 2022 Steering the Course Women’s World Sailing Festival Recap

Tune in here to rewatch the 2022 World Sailing Awards.

Episode 6 also traces how Charles Caudrelier’s crew won the first edition of Finistère Atlantique in a breathless finish. After more than six days at sea, and 3,200 miles (5,900 km) between Brittany, the Canary Islands and the Azores, the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild finished 26 minutes ahead of the Banque Populaire XI Armel Le Cléac’h.

Episode 6 also takes a look at the recent ILCA 6 World Championships in Kemah, Texas, USA, where 2019 Rolex World Sailor of the Year and current Olympic Champion Anne Marie Rindom was crowned the new World Champion. female ILCA 6 2022 for the third time. time in his career. Peter Barnard of the United States was the winner of the ILCA 6 Men.

You will also find a recap of the Steering the Course 2022 Women’s World Sailing Festival which recently concluded after setting a new participation record, the 2022 Hansa Class Asia-Pacific Championships and the World Para Sailing Championships at Hiroshima, Japan, the glorious sight of the 1,614- strong fleet on the starting line for this year’s Barcolana 54 Trophy, and an interview with ILCA navigator Sarah Douglas,

Produced by Sunset + Vine and published monthly, the World Sailing Show shares the latest news, events and exciting stories from across the sport with audiences around the world. Each episode can be viewed for free on the World Sailing YouTube channel and on the World Sailing website.

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