Oman Air move up the leaderboard in a close fought Extreme Sailing Series encounter in San Diego

October 23rd, 2017|Extreme Sailing Series|

The Oman Air team climbed the leaderboard as they reached the half-way point in a closely fought Extreme Sailing Series Act in San Diego. Starting the second day in fourth place, the Phil Robertson skippered crew of Pete Greenhalgh, Nasser Al Mashari, James Wierzbowski and Ed Smyth succeeded in overhauling four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir

Oman Air crew confident of closing the gap as Extreme Sailing Series heads towards its conclusion

October 18th, 2017|Extreme Sailing Series, Home Slider, News, Omani Pride|

The Oman Air team head into the penultimate Act in the year-long Extreme Sailing Series confident they can close the narrow gap to the top of the overall table. San Diego is new territory for the high-speed GC32 foiling catamarans, but all six of the regular crews – along with two wildcard entries – will

Team Oman Air take time out to support youth cancer charity as Extreme Sailing Series is becalmed

August 28th, 2017|Extreme Sailing Series, Home Slider|

The Oman Air crew were denied the opportunity to improve on their standing at the Extreme Sailing Series when the wind failed to put in an appearance on a sun-soaked third Cardiff Bay day that delighted the thousands of spectators while frustrating the race crews. However, a few members of the Oman Air sailing and

Oman Air takes a race win to stay third as Extreme Sailing Series produces up and down day in Cardiff

August 27th, 2017|Extreme Sailing Series, Home Slider|

Oman Air’s Extreme Sailing Series team added to their tally of race wins and podium finishes on a day of snakes and ladders results on Cardiff Bay. The second day of racing in the Welsh capital started with an improved breeze and the first four races produced four different winners – including Oman Air –

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