Australia continue winning streak in SailGP by securing impressive victory at opening event of Season 3.
Reigning champions Australia win fifth successive event as Chicago hosts SailGP for the first time ever.
New Zealand win first ever SailGP event by beating Australia and Denmark in neck and neck racing on Plymouth Sound.
New Zealand secures second event victory in a row, dominating all three fleet races and beating France and Denmark in the Copenhagen Final.
The United States claims first ever event victory, beating New Zealand and Great Britain in the Saint-Tropez Final.
France wins its first ever SailGP event by narrowest of margins as United States and Australia defeated on Bay of Cádiz.
SailGP visits the UAE for the first time ever on 12-13 November with the luxurious city of Dubai hosting the Dubai Sail Grand Prix presented by P&O Marinas.
On 14-15 January, the first ever Singapore Sail Grand Prix will take place to kick off 2023.
SailGP will be back in Sydney on 18-19 February for the fourth edition of the KPMG Australia Sail Grand Prix.
The penultimate event of Season 3 sees SailGP visit Christchurch for the inaugural New Zealand Sail Grand Prix on 18-19 March.
SailGP's third visit to San Francisco is scheduled for 6-7 May, when our F50s will once again race at adrenaline-fueled speeds in the Bay Area for the Season 3 Grand Final.