Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess

Great Britain wins opening event of SailGP Season 2, beating Australia and France in the Final on Bermuda's Great Sound.

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Italy Sail Grand Prix | Taranto

Japan beats Spain and the United States in the winner-takes-all Final in Taranto to claim victory in the second event of Season 2.

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Great Britain Sail Grand Prix | Plymouth

The wait is finally over. SailGP, the most competitive racing on water, will come to Britain's Ocean City, Plymouth, on 17-18 July 2021 for the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix. On the southwest coast of England in an area famed for its rich maritime history and a natural amphitheater, eight competing nations will race it out in identical fast foiling F50 catamarans reaching speeds exceeding 60mph. This is the third event in its global championships’ calendar, following opening events in Bermuda and Taranto, Italy. The event is held in partnership with Plymouth City Council and with support from Associated British Ports, English Cities Fund and Sutton Harbour Group.

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ROCKWOOL Denmark Sail Grand Prix | Aarhus

The Danish city of Aarhus will host the fourth event in the global championship’s second season. The grand prix event will mark the league’s first visit to Scandinavia plus the first opportunity for helmsman Nicolai Sehested and the Denmark SailGP Team presented by ROCKWOOL to race on home waters following the inauguration of the team in late 2019. Racing will take place in Aarhus Ø, the city’s new vibrant waterfront district, with racing on the surrounding bay.

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France Sail Grand Prix | Saint-Tropez

With a long tradition of hosting prestigious sailing events, Saint-Tropez will provide a spectacular venue on the French Riviera. The Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez – one of the oldest nautical sports societies dating back to 1862 – will serve as Technical Partner of the France Grand Prix. The society organizes prominent events that include the Voiles de Saint-Tropez. One of the most famous resorts in Europe, the stunning Gulf of Saint-Tropez will be the site of the high-speed racing, in front of the walls of the city and its famous, world renowned yellow and pink bell tower.

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Spain Sail Grand Prix | Andalusia

Following a competitive bid process that included five Spanish cities, Cadiz in southwest Spain will host the first-ever Spain Grand Prix. With support from the Andalusia Tourist Office, the local government of the Province of Cádiz, the city council of Cádiz and port authority of the Bay of Cádiz, the event will be integrated into the very heart of the city. The event will coincide with National Spanish Day on October 12, ensuring a weekend of celebrations for the city. The Spain Grand Prix will also form part of the commemorative events calendar marking the first circumnavigation of the globe – an expedition that departed Andalusia in 1519 and arrived back in Seville in 1522.

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New Zealand Sail Grand Prix | Christchurch

Following a competitive bid process, Ōtautahi Christchurch – the largest city in the South Island – was selected to host the New Zealand Grand Prix. The seventh SailGP event in the calendar will take place in the spectacular Lyttelton Harbour, which is located on the side of an extinct volcano on the east coast of New Zealand and under the guardianship of Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, the local Māori community.

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United States Sail Grand Prix | San Francisco

The iconic city of San Francisco will host the Grand Final, when the champion will be determined in a single $1 million winner-takes-all final. San Francisco Bay – widely regarded as one of the world’s top sailing venues due to its consistently strong sea breezes – will welcome SailGP back to the Marina neighborhood on the northern edge of the city, with the shoreline acting as the racecourse boundary for the intensely thrilling action.

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