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Rowing: Cambridge earn double first over Oxford in crowd-free boat race

Apr 04 2021

Cambridge men's and women's crews scored a double win over Oxford in an epic edition of the university boat race on Sunday, which was held without crowds on the River Great Ouse in the flatlands of the Cambridgeshire Fen.

Rowing: Cambridge on home waters for crowd-free Oxford boat race

Mar 30 2021

ELY, England Sandwiched between a country road and a train line, the wind funnelled by its banks, the Great Ouse river appears an unlikely venue for one of Britain's most watched sports events. | Video

From farming to finance, Greensill's crusade sparked supply chain reaction

Mar 08 2021

LONDON Lex Greensill's mission to "make finance fairer" has taken him from the sugar cane fields of Bundaberg in Australia to the gold embossed halls of Buckingham Palace.

From farming to finance, Greensill's crusade sparked supply chain reaction

Mar 08 2021

LONDON Lex Greensill's mission to "make finance fairer" has taken him from the sugar cane fields of Bundaberg in Australia to the gold embossed halls of Buckingham Palace.

NEWSMAKER-From farming to finance, Greensill's crusade sparked supply chain reaction

Mar 08 2021

LONDON, March 8 Lex Greensill's mission to "make finance fairer" has taken him from the sugar cane fields of Bundaberg in Australia to the gold embossed halls of Buckingham Palace.

Italy savours second America's Cup shot after 21-year wait

Mar 07 2021

Italian challengers Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will this week attempt to wrest the America's Cup from holders Emirates Team New Zealand after a 21-year wait for a second shot at the oldest trophy in international sport.

Sailing: Billionaires square up in battle to challenge for America's Cup

Feb 11 2021

As Britain and Italy go head-to-head for the right to challenge New Zealand for the America's Cup, the teams' billionaire backers will have their colours emblazoned across the hulls and sails of their futuristic "foiling" yachts.

Sailing: Top Gun on water with flight key to America's Cup fight

Jan 13 2021

Kitted out more like fighter jet pilots than sailors, three crews from Britain, Italy and the United States begin a series of dog fights this week to claim the Prada Cup in New Zealand.

Spithill to take helm of U.S. team in SailGP circuit

Dec 08 2020

LONDON America's Cup veteran Jimmy Spithill will lead the United States SailGP Team when the high-speed "foiling" catamaran championship resumes in April after a pandemic pause.

British sailor Thomson aims to end French Vendee reign

Nov 07 2020

LONDON Britain's Alex Thomson is confident he has done everything possible in his quest to become the first non-French winner of the single-handed Vendee Globe round-the-world sailing race.

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