As the globe marks World Photography Day, we pick out some of our favorite photographs from the SailGP photo archives. From capsizes and fierce racing, to collisions and celebrations, SailGP’s photography perfectly captures the drama, excitement and personalities that define the sport.
Great Britain spectacularly capsizes during the Spain Sail Grand Prix in Cadiz in Season 2.
A young sailor takes part in the Inspire Racing X WASZP program during the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix in Season 3.
Significant damage to the Japan F50 is captured following a collision with the Great Britain SailGP Team on the first day of racing at the Australia Sail Grand Prix in Season 2.
The fleet sails towards Chicago’s iconic skyline on the second day of the T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix | Chicago at Navy Pier in Season 3.
The Australian team in the USA F50 capsize during a practice session ahead of Season 2’s Bermuda Sail Grand Prix.
Canada strategist Isabella Bertold slips overboard during a practice session ahead of the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix in Plymouth, Season 3.
The fleet underway off the start line during a practice session at the Australia Sail Grand Prix in Season 2.
U.S. flight controller Hans Henken crosses the U.S. F50 during a practice session ahead of the T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix | Chicago at Navy Pier.
Canada nosedives while racing during the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix in Plymouth, Season 3.
Australia is crowned Season 2 Champion after winning the Grand Final at the Mubadala United States Sail Grand Prix.
The Duchess of Cambridge joins home team Great Britain for a Commonwealth Race ahead of the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix | Plymouth in Season 3.
Fans now have the chance to own a piece of the SailGP’s award-winning photography themselves with the launch of SailGP: Racing on the Edge – the league’s official photography book for Season 2. The book, which is now for sale, curates the very best of SailGP’s world class photography from the second season, as the world’s best sailors race in the some of the most iconic locations around the world