GC32 catamarans allow regular sailors, both pros and keen amateurs, to experience first hand the latest, fastest style of sailing, on flying, foil-born catamarans at 30+ knot speeds, as exemplified by the America’s Cup. GC32 Racing Tour venues are chosen across Southern Europe with the aim of providing not only easy logistics, but also optimum conditions for teams to fly their catamarans for the maximum amount of time.

The GC32 Class sets sail into 2019 with a circuit stronger than ever thanks to its teams consolidating on one circuit, the GC32 Racing Tour. This includes a World Championship in Lagos, Portugal over 26-30 June.

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Alinghi – GC32 World Champion with two races to spare

Lagos came good for the final day of racing with winds gusting up to 20 knots in the final race

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Fighting for podium positions at the GC32 Worlds

Alinghi is on fire with a 16 point lead going into the final day of racing at the 2019 GC32 World Championship in Lagos, Portugal

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Alinghi and Oman Air ahead at half way stage of GC32 Worlds

Leaderboard firms up at the half way stage of racing off Lagos, Portugal

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Four leaders within one point after GC32 Worlds’ opening day

Three wins for Alinghi but Oman Air leads overall as racing gets underway off Lagos on Portugal's Algarve coast

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Stars of the sailing world congregate in Lagos

America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race winners and Olympic champions ready to set sail tomorrow in the GC32 World Championship

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