World champ Paula Novotna shares her tips on fast and fluid wingfoiling jibes.
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Like any boathandling skill or board skill, repetition is key, but these simple steps from a world champion will help you nail your wingfoiling tacks consistently.
Mike Ingham shares his tips and insights on light-wind lake racing and what matters most. Hint…Breeze and boatspeed matter most.
Racing editor Mike Ingham shares his insight on how to handle puffs and shifts on typical lake venues, especially when it’s “windy and weird.”
Mike Ingham explains the subtle nuances of the Racing Rules of Sailing and how they apply at rounding marks.
Sailing World Racing Editor Mike Ingham explores the rules to know for a clean start.
How many times have you started a race, unsure what the racecourse is? The answer should be, “never.”
The courses for most ocean races today pass through or near one or more Traffic Separation Schemes, warranting a deeper understanding of the rules.
A close call on the high seas might result in a rule change regarding outside assistance.
Tacking in the zone, keeping clear, and penalty turns remain the most basic of rules regularly broken.
Could there possibly be a better block? We check in Harken engineer Matt Schmidt and Harken test pilot Ravi Parent to hear what makes the Harken Zircon Block range an efficient thing of beauty.
With modern sail design and hardware technology, ocean racing teams have more versatility with their sail inventories. Here’s how one team developed a winning inventory for the 2022 Bermuda Race.
The wind across your sails is dynamic, so too must be your sail trim. Pro sailor Erik Shampain explains the fundamentals of active headsail trimming.
Sailing World Racing Editor Mike Ingham lays the essentials for bringing a new jib trimmer onboard and how to establish repeatable marks and setting and establishing speed loop communications.