Stuart Alexander

Stuart Alexander is Sailing Correspondent for The Independent.

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Extreme Sailing Series 2015: New season sees new line-up

The series of eight regattas sees the return of Germany and St Petersburg, with the Cardiff regatta brought forward to June

Extreme Sailing Series 2015: Reigning champions Alinghi will not defend title

The team will instead 'assess other racing opportunities and learn about the latest sailing technology'

Sydney to Hobart: Old boy Wild Oats and newcomer Comanche duke it out on first day

Fleet of 117 set sail on race south

J.P. Morgan BAR team skippered by Ben Ainslie

Extreme Sailing Series 2014: Ben Ainslie forced into emergency repairs after crash with Realteam as Morgan Larson closes on title

Ainslie's JP Morgan BAR entry suffered rudder damage in a collision with Swiss team Realteam

Lively conditions and spectacular backdrops as racing began in the Extreme Sailing Series finale in Sydney, Australia

Extreme Sailing Series 2014: Sydney sunshine masks testing conditions as Ernesto Bertarelli's Alinghi closes in on victory

Leigh McMillan needs to win Down Under and hope Morgan Larson skippers Alinghi to no better than sixth in order to hold on to his title

The Australian skipper of Team Vestas Wind, Chris Nicholson

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15: Team Vestas Wind ready to abandon ship after smashing both rudders on shoal

The Danish entry hit trouble on the second leg of the round the world race from Cape Town to Abu Dhabi

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston celebrates his third place finish

Route du Rhum 2014: Powerful finish sees Sir Robin Knox-Johnston claim third place

75-year old covers 3,542-mile course from St Malo to Guadeloupe in 20d 7h 52m 22s

Britain's Sir Ben Ainslie celebrates victory in last year's race

America's Cup 2017: San Diego set to lose out to Bermuda in race to stage sailings blue riband event

The decision will be formally announced in New York on 2 December

Ian Walker skippering Abu Dhabi

Volvo Round the World race 2014: Dongfeng twice recovers from major damage to challenge Ian Walker's Abu Dhabi

Walker holds a near-three-mile lead over Chinese entry Dongfeng

In this handout image provided by the Volvo Ocean Race, Skipper Ian Walker, Adil Khalid and Luke Parkinson on stage for the prize giving

Volvo Round the World race 2014: Ian Walker skippers Abu Dhabi team to victory in first leg from Alicante to Cape Town

Walker's crew held off the challenge from Charles Caudrelier skippering the Chinese entry Dongfeng and Bouwe Bekking’s Brunel

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