LIVE: 2021 Bermuda SailGP | Day 2

25 apr 2021
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Watch the live action from Day 2 of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess. Eight national teams go head to head to win the Season 2 opener on the iconic Great Sound.

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  • This makes sailing fun to watch!

    Bryan BowserBryan BowserGiorno fa
  • Never show us the Japan boat after the accident. Poor camera work reproduction poor audio, knots please Mr Mitch this is a boat race not a car race. Camera work and editing, shot selection must all improve...

    JingoLoBa57JingoLoBa57Giorno fa
  • fantastic

    Charlie HutchingsCharlie HutchingsGiorno fa
  • sport it deserves to be.

    nieooj gotoynieooj gotoy3 giorni fa
  • Please sort out your units, it's very difficult trying to convert everything to knots.

    DaveDave3 giorni fa
  • sport it deserves to be.

    bocoy noiubocoy noiu3 giorni fa
  • @26:46 who is Tom Spithill? lol

    sirfer6969sirfer69693 giorni fa
  • trying to make it all about the Hero Driver is stupid. this is a team sport.

    masteroflessmasterofless3 giorni fa
    • Lots of people calling for the use of knots, but with the management seeing an opportunity to introduce SailGP to a wider, non-boating audience I guess they feel they have to

      nieooj gotoynieooj gotoy3 giorni fa
  • The sailor comment on kts Marine and aviation use kts and these guys remember something never seen before ... km/h wtf 🤬

    Miguel AguiarMiguel Aguiar4 giorni fa
  • from the last one but the boat and wind speeds still need to be in knots. You did a little better with wide shots this time, especially at the starts.

    eioshen boboieioshen boboi4 giorni fa
    • FREE ASSANGE UK YSOB

      bocoy noiubocoy noiu3 giorni fa
  • Pete Burling is an absolute disgrace here. Watch from 40.25 to 41.10 how he first doesn't respect the right of way, then turns his boat almost straight into wind parking himself there in front of gate2, and totally blocking off Ainsle - like a child who wants to play right in front of the older kids. This guy really can't do shit if Ashby isn't around !

    Gerolf HeinrichsGerolf Heinrichs5 giorni fa
  • kilometer per hour ? wtf

    Dimas nahDimas nah6 giorni fa
  • On day 2 there should be one fleet race to finalise the top 3. Race 2 of day 2 would then be a ‘semi final’ for the top 3. That would then select the top 2 to go through to the ‘Final’, which would be a match race for the regatta.

    ແມ໋ດ ຢູ່ລາວແມ໋ດ ຢູ່ລາວ7 giorni fa
    • Should have called this the "Sir Ben Ainsley Sail GP". Was sick of hearing about him by the end of day 1. Great event though, can't wait to see how this progresses

      eioshen boboieioshen boboi4 giorni fa
  • Bring BACK the real boats...... because these are NOT boats............ BORING......

    Mark van MiddenMark van Midden7 giorni fa
  • why speed in KM....??????

    Bob K.Bob K.8 giorni fa
  • Most significant comment was from Johan Bergkvist; the pre start jostling for 'pole' position is crucial to the outcome of the races and we want to see it. The kph v knots debate, I can appreciate, but being old school, I had to create a chart converting Beaufort to knots, mph for local news weather forecasts, and, for when across the channel in France, metres per second. A tenth of a kph is a significant difference to a tenth of a knot so... An indicator of upwind or downwind legs would be appreciated as these boats are close-hauled on both.

    David KirkwoodDavid Kirkwood8 giorni fa
    • Just came back from watching at Fort Scaur. Great time ! By the way, it's not a road race... knots knots knots

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue6 giorni fa
  • 57:40 Skip the politics. No one respects a person who's given a special lane to success. None of us where. Let talent reach the top by their own volition.

    RovhaltRovhalt8 giorni fa
    • They need to go back to basics and no computers at all. This isn't boat racing anymore

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue6 giorni fa
  • not sure that innovation should be excluded from racing for the sake of "length" comparison.

    Garret KrampeGarret Krampe8 giorni fa
    • They need to go back to basics and no computers at all. This isn't boat racing anymore

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue5 giorni fa
  • April 25, 2021 was the 22nd anniversary of a peaceful appeal by Falun Dafa practitioners in Beijing in 1999. Practitioners in Switzerland held activities in Bern, Zurich, and Geneva to mark the occasion. Rally and Exercise Demonstration Practitioners demonstrate the exercises at the Rose Garden in Bern on April 24, 2021 Practitioners held a press conference at 10 a.m. on April 24 in front of the Chinese Embassy in Bern and read a statement to the Chinese authorities. The letter recounted the peaceful appeal 22 years ago. After several practitioners were illegally arrested in Tianjin, about 10,000 practitioners came to State Council Appeals Office in Beijing on April 25, 1999, requesting their release. Appealing to government officials is part of the basic rights guaranteed by the Chinese Constitution. That entire day, practitioners stood quietly. They did not shout slogans, disrupt traffic, or speak loudly. Before they left, they cleaned the entire area, even removing the cigarette butts discarded by police officers. The letter hopes Chinese officials can break away from the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) lies. By embracing traditional values, rejecting the CCP, and supporting innocent practitioners, they will have a better future. Practitioners peacefully rally near the Chinese Embassy in Bern. In the afternoon, practitioners gathered at Kornhausplatz, a plaza in the Old City of Bern. They demonstrated the exercises and introduced the practice to the public. They also explained how practitioners were mistreated in China for their belief since July 1999, including arrest, detention, imprisonment, torture, and forced organ harvesting. Due to the improved pandemic situation, some restrictions on the stay-at-home policy in Switzerland have been lifted. Several restaurants and other facilities in Bern are now open. People came out to enjoy the warm weather and several accepted materials. Many people signed the petition calling to stop the

    edcvgftyu tgbhujiedcvgftyu tgbhuji8 giorni fa
    • Great stuff :)

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue5 giorni fa
  • Event in Frankfurt Demonstrating the Falun Gong exercises outside the Chinese Consulate in Frankfurt on April 23. Falun Gong practitioners held a peaceful protest in front of the Chinese Consulate in Frankfurt every week, year round. Since about two years ago, they have held the protest twice a week. Ms. Wai Liu, who participated in the original April 25 event, started practicing Falun Gong in China in 1995. She was incarcerated in the Beijing Women’s Forced Labor Camp in 2002 after her colleagues reported on her for practicing Falun Gong. During her 16-month incarceration, Ms. Liu suffered brainwashing, sleep and food deprivation, and was forced to sit on a tiny stool for extended periods of time. While being illegally detained, Ms. Liu was given five physical examinations without any reason given. She had blood tests and various detailed examinations of internal organs, which are not routine physical examinations in detention. Like other Falun Gong practitioners, Ms. Liu did not get the results of the medical examination. At that time, she didn’t know the reason. It was only after the CCP’s crime of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners was revealed that she realized that she herself was in grave danger of being killed during the CCP’s organ harvesting. She said as long as she has time, she joins the peaceful protest in front of the

    Joelr GuoolttiJoelr Guooltti8 giorni fa
  • 281k views and only 1k thumbs up's? Why?

    T_CatT_Cat8 giorni fa
  • "The higher you fly, the faster you go" possibly true but questionable off the wind. Simply wrong upwind. Upwind the boats need to ride low and heel to windward to maximize the lateral resistance.

    beachcomberbeachcomber9 giorni fa
    • @Brian Lambert Indeed, you can't heel much. At one point Freddy Carr, AC sailor and the most knowledgeable guy on the commentary team, mentioned that the Aussies were consistently sailing with about 1 degree of windward heel.

      beachcomberbeachcomber9 giorni fa
    • Hmm - hard to heel to windward from a low foil height?

      Brian LambertBrian Lambert9 giorni fa
  • Lots of people calling for the use of knots, but with the management seeing an opportunity to introduce SailGP to a wider, non-boating audience I guess they feel they have to use terms that are familiar to them. Also, 94 KPH sounds more impressive than 50 of something they don't understand. I've spent much too long trying to teach beginners what a knot is! I'm guessing we'll need to get used to KPH because it's unlikely to change.

    Malcolm SmethurstMalcolm Smethurst9 giorni fa
  • FREE ASSANGE UK YSOB

    simple simonsimple simon9 giorni fa
  • Love this! Kinda wish this is what we saw in the last america's cup... Also can we please get knots, kph is a very odd unit to see

    ceerw butyceerw buty9 giorni fa
  • Incredible stuff! I often found myself wishing they would do big fleet races in the America's Cup, and now I get my wish. Super chaotic, lots of passes and fouls, great racing! I feel bad for my man Outteridge, sucks that Japan ended up impaling themselves on the US boat. I'll echo the previous commenters, the coverage (angles, etc) improved slightly from the last one but the boat and wind speeds still need to be in knots. You did a little better with wide shots this time, especially at the starts.

    Campbell TateCampbell Tate9 giorni fa
  • That umpire sounds like he doesn't realize he's being televised live. "Errr uhh penal... uh I mean this is the umpire, uhh"

    Scott MeredithScott Meredith10 giorni fa
    • Just smoked a fat one.

      BeatTheFlashBeatTheFlash5 giorni fa
    • Right, that wasn't exactly fluent or clear, but to be fair, umpiring and speaking for broadcast are some of the hardest things to do

      beachcomberbeachcomber9 giorni fa
  • Should have called this the "Sir Ben Ainsley Sail GP". Was sick of hearing about him by the end of day 1. Great event though, can't wait to see how this progresses

    Scott MeredithScott Meredith10 giorni fa
    • Kind of what you'd expect when Ainsly was involved in most of the action. Sour grapes?

      Malcolm SmethurstMalcolm Smethurst9 giorni fa
    • Great stuff - lots of work to do on the production side, but you have the basics of a great formula. Keep the stuffing to value add content. Keep a continuous / maintain properly

      ceerw butyceerw buty9 giorni fa
  • please commentators STOP calling him SIR Ben Ainslie. We know that he is a SIR. Just don´t mention it every minute

    Teun HertoghsTeun Hertoghs10 giorni fa
  • Great stuff :)

    Mathew HaleMathew Hale10 giorni fa
  • They need to go back to basics and no computers at all. This isn't boat racing anymore

    Hardly DavidsonHardly Davidson10 giorni fa
  • Just came back from watching at Fort Scaur. Great time ! By the way, it's not a road race... knots knots knots

    soiung toiuesoiung toiue10 giorni fa
  • When the Kiwis and the Americans figure out their boat the racing will be even more amazing. I hope they get time to practice between now and next month. Can't wait!

    Lodholm ValLodholm Val10 giorni fa
  • If you are a real sailor you must, like me, find the overpowering commentary absolutely cringe-making. Please review this very immature reporting and get professional before the next in the series.

    Peter DowlingPeter Dowling11 giorni fa
  • I recommend watching it in 1.5x speed

    Pete CowleyPete Cowley11 giorni fa
    • Race 2 Typical France,,,Unpredictable. I love this Sport

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue10 giorni fa
  • Questionable human rights record for that country

    carbo19carbo1911 giorni fa
  • Vamos todo para hacer turismo en las Bermudas.......estoy preparando mi bote is my new style of life no ooooo covid 19.....

    gregoriana gutierrezgregoriana gutierrez11 giorni fa
  • At 39:00 the commentators need to be silent so we can hear the umpires explanation of the penalties ... most frustrating !

    Warrick AlldridgeWarrick Alldridge11 giorni fa
  • Brilliant... even better than the American Cup racing!!!

    Brent StarkesBrent Starkes11 giorni fa
  • Please, please stop the 'Sir Ben' crap it does not make the commentary more meaningful just naff. And who uses kms rather than knots?

    milc4444milc444411 giorni fa
  • What was Outteridge up to?

    r1d166yr1d166y11 giorni fa
  • ни чего не понятно но очень интересно .....коментаторы огонь !

    Анатолий БородавкаАнатолий Бородавка12 giorni fa
  • Can you not talk over the umpire please. Also knots like everyone else has said.

    JustInverted FpvJustInverted Fpv12 giorni fa
  • Great stuff - lots of work to do on the production side, but you have the basics of a great formula. Keep the stuffing to value add content. Keep a continuous / maintain properly dovetailed sound track; and ensure the interviewees, not the interviewer have the last word before the segue into the next conversation or monologue. Amazing action - is this the future of racing? Could be!

    daves1412daves141212 giorni fa
    • It has to be! I haven't seen anything this cool since F1

      RovhaltRovhalt8 giorni fa
  • I came here since I was looking to buy a Hobie cat 16 with 0,0000 sailing experiance... saw this and WOW. THIS IS RACING!!!!

    Barez_bBarez_b12 giorni fa
  • Baby wings and baby steps. This was near awesome!

    Martijn Jonge PoerinkMartijn Jonge Poerink12 giorni fa
  • Love SailGP

    kolim jonekolim jone12 giorni fa
  • For god sake ... knots

    KingMukMuk DogpeopleofplutoKingMukMuk Dogpeopleofpluto12 giorni fa
  • Why is it kph not knots, and driver not skipper? Please revert to proper sailing terminology

    Rafeh SalehRafeh Saleh12 giorni fa
  • Race 2 Typical France,,,Unpredictable. I love this Sport

    Covis KKCovis KK12 giorni fa
  • Be nice if it was not a love fest from the commentators for SIR, please drop the Sir thing for starters. He has a name , the sir is not relevant to most of us.

    Dale RabyDale Raby12 giorni fa
    • thanks a lot japan. :(. what's the penalty for slamming a boat so hard it almost flips a short while later

      kolim jonekolim jone12 giorni fa
  • wow Sail GP is awesome, these boats are absolutely flying at crazy fast speeds, I find this much more exciting and entertaining than the Americas Cup

    ewanewan12 giorni fa
    • The fleet races I definitely would say it's more entertaining

      Andrew MitchellAndrew Mitchell10 giorni fa
    • They haven’t gone as fast as the AC75s yet

      JB The Ultimate WriterJB The Ultimate Writer12 giorni fa
  • Well done Sir Ben and team GB !!!

    Peter HaywardPeter Hayward12 giorni fa
  • Vamos España!!!

    amadeo perezamadeo perez12 giorni fa
  • Some small consolation for losing out at the Americas Cup. 👏👍

    MinervaMinerva12 giorni fa
  • pathetic commentating

    igal desouzaigal desouza12 giorni fa
  • Great series, but I have to say: Postgresql, Casio, AWS, and GCP over Oracle and Rolex, any day :-D

    fredio54fredio5412 giorni fa
  • If you are going to call the boats after country represented then need a native crew rule also.

    M TM T12 giorni fa
    • They do have nationality rules: sailgp.com/general/sailgp-explained-nationality-rules/ Japan is a “Development Team” and is allowed to have 3 non-Japanese crew (out of 8), the others can have only one non-national onboard.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield10 giorni fa
  • Dear commentator, Spithill = traitor and follows the money not the flag, you're talking about the Aussie boat, chances are it's not Spithill who is used to flying which ever flag pays best ;-) Multiple times you made that mistake even saying Tom Spithill, I just about coughed out my beverage with laughter :-D

    fredio54fredio5412 giorni fa
    • @Zoe Paula Strassfield Semi fair. You couldn't pay me to work for Coutts or Ellison, not with any amount. Traitor may be the wrong word but the rest of the description was apt.

      fredio54fredio549 giorni fa
    • Ironically, Jimmy Spithill’s younger brother *is* named Tom. “Traitor” is the wrong word for Jimmy. He was skipper of the last Australian America’s Cup team in 2000, there has not been an Australian team in that event since, so his only option WAS to be on non-Australian teams.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield10 giorni fa
    • Also, commentators, repeat after me, Gron Pree, not Grand Pricks, nor Grand Pree ;-)

      fredio54fredio5412 giorni fa
  • Could we please show a bit more then 15 seconds of the starts? And the math was bad on the final results between Denmark and New Zealand. It didn't affect anything, but still...

    Leith HoreLeith Hore12 giorni fa
  • Not too dull

    Steen IversenSteen Iversen12 giorni fa
  • since your dumbing sailing down to kph, why don't we show wind direction so ppl can c the amazing angles these boats are achieving

    ze vickerze vicker12 giorni fa
    • @Ricardo Halfeld he's dumbing down "you're" to "your" himself....lol.

      lien41lien412 giorni fa
    • Dumbing down from what? m/s? LoL

      Ricardo HalfeldRicardo Halfeld5 giorni fa
    • Is 50kts really relative to us mere mortals?

      Ben MeechBen Meech7 giorni fa
    • Agreed

      Tom PonsfordTom Ponsford11 giorni fa
  • This commentator is just appalling. "Yes that was a well choreogra.......move there." "And look at that there, here we are" It´s like Blue Peter meets 2nd division football commentary. It's a long season ahead but I don't know if I'll make it. Combine that with the whole kph vs knots fiasco and SailGP have nailed it.

    Fed UpFed Up12 giorni fa
    • Yes, the commentary production must be up to professional standard by the next event else we will be losing support for the whole endeavour so please get some mentoring and practice in place. The video mixing of racing needs as much attention as well. Who runs the media show? To say it is running a poor second to the AC coverage - itself riven with imbalances between commentary and live sound, is a call to action here. The noble intentions of a clean sporting message here is worthy but sponsors will be hard to find if the media presentation lacks credibility.

      roger woodroger wood9 giorni fa
    • @rusty one Their location isn't my problem. It's their style, or rather, lack of it. Turning everything into sensational breaking news. "Oh my God, there was nearly a collision there. Surely that must be a penalty, or at least offside". Or, when interviewing Besson, he shouts "Comment ca va, mon ami?" He's worse than Alan Patridge. At least Partridge is taking the piss.

      Fed UpFed Up11 giorni fa
    • That type of commentator gets on my nerves. I'm turning the sound off!

      The AlbatrossThe Albatross12 giorni fa
    • Have to cut the commentary team a bit of slack. They were doing the commentary from their computer screen at home

      rusty onerusty one12 giorni fa
    • Twice he called Slingsby Spithill 🤣

      Mark RuntzlerMark Runtzler12 giorni fa
  • thanks a lot japan. :(. what's the penalty for slamming a boat so hard it almost flips a short while later

    Kind ManKind Man12 giorni fa
  • Can you please change the speeds to knots, I’m confused, the commentary is confused, change it.

    David RobertsonDavid Robertson12 giorni fa
  • Such biased commentary, hard to listen to these guys. Are they part of sir Ben Airlines team???

    briefblueskybriefbluesky12 giorni fa
    • If you'd watched the first day you could have said the same about their obsession with Australian team.

      Malcolm SmethurstMalcolm Smethurst9 giorni fa
  • If they want this to catch on you will need more racing. This is the equivalent of 2 basketball games every 45 days.

    fred barnesfred barnes12 giorni fa
  • Commentator favoritism for Ainsley is sickening. Bring back Randy Cunningham!!!!!!

    Cameron WilsonCameron Wilson12 giorni fa
  • Racing is great but the commentary is so bad and the umpire is half asleep...

    Chris TuckeyChris Tuckey12 giorni fa
  • 13:22 - 50 seconds to Race 1 start 37:30 - 55 seconds to Race 2 start 1:01:34 - 50 seconds to FINAL Race start

    JB The Ultimate WriterJB The Ultimate Writer12 giorni fa
    • Thank you!

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield10 giorni fa
    • Muchas gracias

      Mathew HaleMathew Hale10 giorni fa
    • Thank you JB

      David MercerDavid Mercer11 giorni fa
    • Race 2 start was awesome!

      alan macalan mac11 giorni fa
  • @sailgp Please use knots for boat and wind speed, I had to google "kmph to knots" to find out they're sailing in 19 knots of breeze. Using kmph really takes away from the quality of the broadcast.

    Jamie GregoryJamie Gregory12 giorni fa
  • Quite different to what the commentator said after the Sydney 2020 race, the better team over the weekend did not win this race. GBR won by sheer luck not skill.

    Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • QQ

      sly6sly612 giorni fa
  • Fantastic! Thanks to all involved

    Marco PantiMarco Panti12 giorni fa
  • 🤦 knots for ⛵

    Chantelle BryanChantelle Bryan12 giorni fa
  • SailGP, Helicopter needs to hover at the windward end of the line for the prestart, and stay put. Studio crew needs to keep the helo shot on the broadcast for the whole prestart. It's all about the big picture

    beachcomberbeachcomber12 giorni fa
    • @Malcolm Smethurst yeah for some reason broadcasters usually can't help themselves from bringing in "pro" commentators and producers from other sports who know little about sailing. SailGP went to great lengths and spared no expense to get the best sailors in the world. Now they should go to equal lengths, yet spend less, to recruit the best sailing commentary team in the world, Andrew Buckland, Jimmy Burrell and Co of the AeroMedia crew that cover the Sydney 18 Foot skiffs.

      beachcomberbeachcomber9 giorni fa
    • Damn right. It's beyond my understanding that the production team seem to have so little knowledge of what fans are looking for. Just because you've got gimmicky, stupidly placed cameras doesn't mean you have to use them. Just because you haven't had a change of view for ten seconds doesn't mean you have to change it.

      Malcolm SmethurstMalcolm Smethurst9 giorni fa
  • Are you kidding me having a sailing race and NOT describing the wind and boat speeds in knots!?!? 😂 What a joke...

    briantobin9briantobin912 giorni fa
  • What a crap format of racing this is, you win 5 out of 6 races and then it all comes down to one race! why bother having all the others.

    Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • Many many sports have a qualifying format to proceed to a final.

      sly6sly612 giorni fa
    • @James Aron I think they may have had the three teams in this race only because 2nd and 3rd tide, but I don't know why they could not have just separated them on countback which would have put GBR out of the finals anyway.

      Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • @Cset racing So, it was different before this season? It makes much more sense the way it was before. Why the heck would they change it? I thought only the course design and a little of the tech on the boats was changed. The format is by far the most significant difference from what you're describing.

      James AronJames Aron12 giorni fa
    • @James Aron If it was even the same format as the other years the GBR team would not have been in the final race because the final was only between the two top teams and GBR where only 3rd, but there is nothing can be done about it this is the format they chose but I bet it will turn a lot of people against SailGP.

      Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • @Cset racing True, a lot of hard work and strategy all for nought.

      James AronJames Aron12 giorni fa
  • If the truth regarding how much carbon and resign gos into making these boats was known , they would keep there mouths shut regarding the free, planet saving sport. I am a boat builder and know the waistage as well. Carbon nutral , ya right.

    Peter BurgessPeter Burgess12 giorni fa
    • @Md Jawaid Eqbal Then there are all the chase boats. Diesel, Petrol, oil. Then when they have chased the yachts all over the place, they get all packed up in to ships, or plans, and fly all round the world to waist more resources. Honestly ! It’s a joke, saying they are good for the environment. Now if on the other hand they stayed in one place, had no chase boats, but sailed out and back to the start. Carried there own sails food etc. Then may be that might be better. As it is it is Farcical.

      Peter BurgessPeter Burgess3 giorni fa
    • Correct, but this is still much better than other races that have vehicle made from carbon and use combustion engine. Atleast once they popularize sailing: an ancient art and very relevant for modern times (also, i guess it feels a lot better to visit beautiful pristine island on a sailing boat than a combustion boat), people wind find ways of replacing carbon fiber with more sustainable materials with equal performance. For now lets appreciate what they can do just with wind power :-)

      Md Jawaid EqbalMd Jawaid Eqbal3 giorni fa
    • I think it should be known and admitted, they can’t solve a problem until they admit they have a problem. I approve of what they are doing to reduce their impact in other areas but you are right that they should be working on this area as well.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield10 giorni fa
  • Please please please give us a high altitude overview of the start box from 2 minutes before the gun. The start is crucial and those two minutes matter!

    Johan BergkvistJohan Bergkvist12 giorni fa
    • Agreed. That is the most strategic and exciting part of the race, and we see it like we're looking through binoculars. A high altitude view would be amazing.

      Pete MillerPete Miller9 giorni fa
    • @Lodholm Val do you mean 2020?

      Alasdair DuncanAlasdair Duncan10 giorni fa
    • Direction was better for SailGP 2019 and for the one race in 2021.

      Lodholm ValLodholm Val10 giorni fa
    • Hear hear! Let’s hope the camera director improves for the next regatta as much as Sir Ben improved from race Day 1 to Day 2 here!

      David MercerDavid Mercer11 giorni fa
    • Agreed the racing was great but the Camera coverage needs to improve. Need to see all of the start preparation. Also need to see both sides of the course when the boats split

      Douglas RobertsDouglas Roberts11 giorni fa
  • Please use knots

    UMBERRRTO1UMBERRRTO112 giorni fa
  • Amazing coverage everyone involved. This is modern day boat racing! I give my best wishes that this grand pre will only grow in the years to come to become the highly viewed sport it deserves to be.

    EricEric12 giorni fa
  • Always suspected Nathan was a mountain man.

    Bruce HoultBruce Hoult13 giorni fa
  • Watching Burling sailing today, it looks like he's still drinking out of the America Cup

    Neale DicksonNeale Dickson13 giorni fa
    • Kinda thought they were better today than day 1.

      Andrew MitchellAndrew Mitchell10 giorni fa
    • I’m pretty sure Ben admitted to being in the wrong there.

      Desmond CroslandDesmond Crosland12 giorni fa
    • He did almost take Ainslie out of the final in race 5 when he was already out of contention.

      AmurruManAmurruMan12 giorni fa
  • a very.... cor..choreography move there

    MuzzaMuzza13 giorni fa
  • no second

    Roslyn HitaRoslyn Hita13 giorni fa
  • Baawwwttt BAAWWWWTTTT. Dees Deengs faster than my V50 buh'

    Robert DanielsRobert Daniels13 giorni fa
  • Why no woman on the boats ? Just a token gesture putting them in the teams.

    rusty onerusty one13 giorni fa
    • Did Liv MacKay and Erica Dawson not sail on the NZ boat this weekend? (I didn’t see the crew list).

      Alistair BullAlistair Bull12 giorni fa
    • I would hope not, it is disappointing to not have the female recruits on the boats, the official line is that they haven’t had enough training yet and while I know COVID has made everything crazy, I hope this is the last all-male Grand Prix we see.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield12 giorni fa
  • What an amazing day ! Go Bermuda 🇧🇲🌬🌊🛥⚓️

    Pamela BonapartePamela Bonaparte13 giorni fa
  • SAILGP is the ultimate grandstand event for sailing. Exciting racing with lead changes, close calls, and the most expert sailors in the world. Looking forward to next regatta!

    Kevin MilliganKevin Milligan13 giorni fa
  • If i were blind I'd think Ainsley was the only one racing! Ainsley, Ainsley, Ainsley.

    Craig WCraig W13 giorni fa
    • Agree

      briefblueskybriefbluesky12 giorni fa
    • You should have heard the commentator they had last year, I think that guy wanted to make out with Ben the way he hyped him up.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield12 giorni fa
  • Love SailGP

    Dave WhiteDave White13 giorni fa
  • Knots knots knots not a car race these are boats. Knots/nautical miles are internationally understood and recognized units for mariners/sailors. And why three boats in the final? Just more fleet racing, plenty of that already in this series. Would much rather watch two boats attack each-other and match race for the final. They cant do that if they have to worry about a third boat passing them.

    Galt Oliver 1Galt Oliver 113 giorni fa
  • KNOTS, please!!!

    Mark CrowellMark Crowell13 giorni fa
  • Auckland definitely needs to hold a SailGP event! This is way more fun and chaotic than Americas Cup. So many more teams too. Very cool.

    Vanessa BennettVanessa Bennett13 giorni fa
    • New Zealand has the passion. It has the sailors. It has a planned hosting. It would be awesome to expand the project. But we will see what happens next. As for 'more teams' see the Americas cup of 2000. 16 teams signed up to try. 11 teams got boats out to race against each other. And technically two teams merged with others, so 13 original teams got the chance to race. All for the chance to challenge the defender of the Americas Cup. The only reasons for a lack of challengers, was a new format, and the cost of learning how to design a unique new class of ships. But why did we change it? Because the Americas Cup has been monohull vrs monohull for 150 years. Only recently were cats allowed. And the New Zealand team came up with a brand new idea, how to make a monohull foil. And it worked. And the next chance will be absolutely fantastic. But I doubt we will get a lot of teams involved.

      Glen McGillivrayGlen McGillivray11 giorni fa
    • @Maria Pia De-Rozza yep, so why are you seemingly suggesting that NZ is not capable of hosting the SailGP when we've already got a regatta locked in for next year?

      JB The Ultimate WriterJB The Ultimate Writer11 giorni fa
    • @JB The Ultimate Writer I'm talking about SAILGP.. Someone suggested that it will be good to do here.. This it

      Maria Pia De-RozzaMaria Pia De-Rozza11 giorni fa
    • @Maria Pia De-Rozza what are you on about? There’s a Regatta in Christchurch, NZ in January 2022. Don’t speak if you don’t know what you’re talking about.

      JB The Ultimate WriterJB The Ultimate Writer12 giorni fa
    • Sorry Vanessa no enough money to the Neozelanders to organise an event like this

      Maria Pia De-RozzaMaria Pia De-Rozza12 giorni fa
  • Drink every time commentator says “Sir Ben Ainslie”

    Joshua WellerJoshua Weller13 giorni fa
  • Just came back from watching at Fort Scaur. Great time ! By the way, it's not a road race... knots knots knots

    M. W.M. W.13 giorni fa
    • It is written Kn they says kilometres. It was strange for me too

      Любомир КръстевЛюбомир Кръстев12 giorni fa
  • Most bias commentators on the planet.

    Grant LansdownGrant Lansdown13 giorni fa
    • I don't think they are bias, but they sure go for who ever is winning.

      Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • I dunno, I think listening to ETNZ races with an NZ commentator tops this.

      Zoe Paula StrassfieldZoe Paula Strassfield12 giorni fa
  • My mate did the blasting/paint work at core. Can’t see him buffing @36:28 out.

    Desmond CroslandDesmond Crosland13 giorni fa
  • Best sailors in the world and only one team can sail this boat with any sort of consistent control. Edit: ok I’ll concede all three boats in the final sailed pretty well. But all other races were a complete cluster...

    Alistair BullAlistair Bull13 giorni fa
    • @Alistair Bull GBR should not even been in the final, they only got in because Japan had a DNF with USA. What a stupid format where you have 5 wins and 1 second and you loose to a team that was only in the final by luck that only had a 7,7,2,1 and a second only because Japan having a DNF.

      Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
    • @Cset racing exactly. They also made very few mistakes while all other boats had numerous large mistakes.

      Alistair BullAlistair Bull12 giorni fa
    • I guess you are talking about the Australian crew as they had 5 wins and 1 second.

      Cset racingCset racing12 giorni fa
  • Wow amazing result and such excellent play from all players... simply fantastic

    Simon CoatesSimon Coates13 giorni fa
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