The sport’s pinnacle league, SailGP features national teams battling in short, intense races at iconic stadium-style venues across the globe, building to the grand final – and sailing’s top prize of US$1 million. The high-tech, high-speed action features sailing’s best athletes racing in identical supercharged F50 catamarans, flying at electrifying speeds exceeding 60 mph/100 kph. Visit www.SailGP.com for more information.
RACE FOR THE FUTURE
As part of SailGP’s Race for the Future commitment to champion a world powered by nature, these resources have been launched by STEM Crew, in collaboration with the Plymouth-based charity, the Ocean Conservation Trust (OCT), ahead of the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix taking place in Plymouth on 17th and 18th July. The first of three Biology resources, focuses on ocean acidification and the important role our oceans and plants like seagrass play in tackling climate change by capturing carbon dioxide, alongside the world’s rainforests.