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The Sailing Anarchy Podcast

The world’s biggest sailing website now has a podcast!  The Sailing Anarchy Podcast brings you breaking news, long chats with sailing’s biggest characters, and in-depth analysis of the sport of sail racing. We talk Olympics, ocean racing, kiteboarding, foiling and much more with the best athletes and leaders in the sport. No time limits, no rules, and no preconceptions: Welcome to Anarchy!
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Aug 29, 2016

Clean and Petey get deep into the United States Sailing Team’s attempt to regain its former glory in Rio De Janeiro with the help of 8th place Nacra 17 skipper Bora Gulari.  Gulari just returned from Brazil, and we get into every aspect of the 5-ring circus.  The pollution and media storm, the Olympic village, and tons about the performance of the team and Bora and his crew.  Find out about his new Exocet Moth, foiling coming to the Olympics, and what other important titles he’ll be gunning for, and where Bora and the boys think the US program is headed for Tokyo 2020.

Aug 15, 2016

 Mr. Clean takes on the Great Lakes in Episode 8!  First an hour with Bayview-Mackinac record-setting navigator Ron White from the ORMA 60 ARETE talks about their Mack races, their plans for the fastest boat in the lakes, the likelhood of an ORMA/MOD trimaran freshwater series next year, and whether we’ll soon see fleets of day-racing cats battling for the overall honors in the Chi-Mac.


After that we’ve got two hours of hilarity on the shores of Harbor Springs, MI with Melges 32 World Champion and longtime Anarchy videographer Petey Crawford and Detroit racer Blay Schoenherr on a multitude of subjects; Gary Jobson navigating a 12-metre mowing down boats (including Petey) at the NYYC Round the Island race and then denying responsibility, the suicide of the nastiest bar owner in any sailing venue anywhere, the olympics, race reports from both sides aboard a sled, and much, much more.

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