I am not sure how I am going to top this…

For those who have been following the adventure, you may know that I am still recovering from an amazing two weeks in New Zealand and Sydney at global level sailing events…
From my Volvo Ocean Race dock walk in my previous post, to this week’s Sunset Radio show, I have been overwhelmed by the new levels I am able to go with sailing content, which can only be good for my amazing sport of sailing.
Here is this week’s radio show… and to be honest, I am not quite sure how I am going to back this one up! Olympic medalist winning sailors, World Champions, dual America’s Cup winning skippers, amazing youth talent, female talent all open up to me about what they love about the sport, and what keeps them going… These sailors are from all corners of the sport – yachts, dinghies, ocean racing, foiling, and America’s Cup developments…
Even if you are not a sailor you might like to listen in – I urge you to see the parallels between great sailing campaigns and how to put all of your passion into what you do every day… it has definitely taught me a thing or too to put towards my own business ventures… And I feel lucky to be able to learn more and more each day!

The run down, for sailors and non-sailors…
Sailing News in 60 seconds-ish (1:50)
–Volvo Ocean Race Auckland stopover (4:15)
Pro Am race highlights, onboard a Volvo 65 (5:12)
Amory Ross, Alvimedica onboard reporter (10:00)
In Port race highlights (18:16)
Dave Swete, Alvimedica (25:26)
Pete Burling, Olympic medalist, world champ and Emirates Team NZ skipper (32:16)
Ian Walker, skipper of Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing, Olympic medalist and coach (41:33)
–RPAYC Club Marine Sail Expo (51:20)
Tash Bryant & Traks Gordon, up and coming youth sailor (51:56)
James “Jimmy” Spithill, dual America’s Cup winning skipper (1:04:07)
–Farr 40’s (1:15:41)
Katie Pellew-Spithill, women’s match racing champion, tactician and coach (1:15:41)
Malcom Page & Ashley Deeks, Mal is a dual gold medalist, Beijing and London, and was the flag bearer in London (1:17:30)
David Chapman, exceptionally successful tactician at just 26 (1:20:27)
Sailor Girl x

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