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This is a podcast in Swedish about sailing and everything around this technincal, interesting and complex sport. Calle & Henke are skilled sailors having participated in Americas Cup, Whitbread Around The World Race... still active racers around the world. We follow international races, go down the memory lane, mention tips and trix and invite specialists to find out the nitty gritty of highly complicated matters. Enjoy!
 
The thoughts of a well read man with defined scars that once where morbidly disgusting but now transformed into a beautiful, strong and inspirational man. Music, race , politics, business, and spirituality the list could go on about the topics I discuss. Sit back listen, turn the keys and turn me on on your cars Bluetooth and just cruise and listen. I go by One A M because as you soon will realize that you can cross the ocean get a 150 stamps on your passport travel to every continent make c ...
 
Denise Aquino and Patricia Destine are two women of color who are dedicated to promoting diversity within the sport of rowing. Both are former rowers turned coxswains turned coaches in the sport. Together they have almost 25 years of experience on the erg, at regattas, in the launch, or at the boathouse. No stranger to navigation or microphones, these former coxswains amplify what it’s like to navigate the topic of race within the white-dominated sport of rowing. Like most bodies of water, t ...
 
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Tracy Edwards is one of The Ocean Race's true pioneers and rule breakers with an unbelievable and inspiring story. In this episode we hear the full story - including the bits she didn't include in the award-winning documentary 'Maiden' about her iconic 1989 Whitbread Round the World Race campaign. Tracy also explains why she never wanted to be a sk…
 
Abby Ehler has sailed in The Ocean Race three-times and is a seasoned boat captain dealing with repairs in less than ideal circumstances. As a woman working at the top of the sport of sailing both on and off the water Abby also dedicates her energy to The Magenta Project, developing pathways and generating opportunities for women in performance sai…
 
This week we take a wonderful journey back to the Whitbread years, and also to some extremely cold climates with legend of The Ocean Race Skip Novak. Skip competed in four editions of the Whitbread Round the World Race before deciding to follow his passion for exploration and adventure at high latitudes with his company Pelagic Expeditions.We reliv…
 
SEASON #2 of OFF WATCH starts today with a dramatic story of survival that captured the whole of the sporting world. 😯 Kevin Escoffier 🇫🇷 is a two-time competitor in The Ocean Race, a winner with Dongfeng Race team in 2017-18 and recently a survivor when his foiling IMOCA 60 boat PRB sank 840 nautical miles SW of Cape Town during the Vendée Globe. …
 
#043 - Denise Aquino and Patricia Destine are respectively the Founder and CEO of Rowing in Color. In this episode, listen to them reflect on 2020, answer questions from the RIC community, and talk about what's in store for 2021. In this episode, we talked about: Reflecting on 2020 Questions submitted via Instagram Plans for Rowing in Color in 2021…
 
Simon 'SiFi' Fisher is one of The Ocean Race's most accomplished navigators with five laps around the planet and plenty of stories to tell over a distinguished career. SiFi explains how he communicates with a crew, how to come back from adversity and we hear about life at the extreme onboard 11th Hour Racing Team's bone-rattling foiling IMOCA 60.…
 
This week we get a special insight into coaching and psychology in elite sport. Anje-Marijcke van Boxtel is a leading business and sports psychologist and has worked behind the scenes with Bouwe Bekking and Team Brunel for two editions of The Ocean Race 🌊. In this interview Anje-Marijcke takes us inside the confidential meetings and make-or-break m…
 
Tony Rae has an incredible resume by any standards - he's competed in The Ocean Race five times, winning twice, and sailed in The America's Cup seven times. He's also carried the heavy responsibility of being one of the race's trustworthy onboard medics. In this extensive interview Tony re-lives hitting a reef aboard Team Vestas Wind in 2014, we le…
 
Annemieke Bes is an Olympic silver medallist for the Netherlands 🇳🇱, and competed in the last edition of The Ocean Race aboard Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag. In this interview she tells us about getting a taste for ocean racing as a trialist for the all-female Team SCA, some of the key moments in Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag's dramatic journey around …
 
For Dutchman Simeon Tienpont, sailing in The Ocean Race was a childhood dream. In this interview Simeon explains how he went on to lead AkzoNobel to a stunning 24-hour speed record in one of the race's great stories.Simeon also talks about the technical knowledge required by top sailors, building a VO65, and shares memories of Hans Horrevoets.…
 
Richard Mason is uniquely qualified to give the inside track on the past, present and future of The Ocean Race. Originally from New Zealand 🇳🇿, Richard has sailed in The Ocean Race four times and been involved shore-side another two editions, as well as being one of the race's warmest characters. He's now on the management team planning the next ed…
 
This week we welcome Bianca Cook - a veteran of the 2017-18 edition of The Ocean Race with Turn the Tide on Plastic, and now setting her sights on the 2022-23 edition as skipper of her own team - NZ Ocean Racing. ⛵️🇳🇿Bianca lets us inside the challenges and pressures of creating a new team from scratch, her leadership learnings and what she looks f…
 
Joan Vila is one of the world's top navigators, and has an incredible sailing resume having won the America's Cup three times (more than any other Spanish sailor 🇪🇸), and sailed in five editions of The Ocean Race ⛵️🌍In this edition of Off Watch Niall digs deep into Joan's many adventures in sailing, developments in navigation over the years, and ho…
 
Ian Walker is the only British 🇬🇧 skipper to have won The Ocean Race. Today Ian is the Director of Racing at the Royal Yachting Association, and he talks Niall through his fascinating career in The Olympics, The America's Cup, and of course his famous victory in 2014-15 with Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing.Ian also discusses how to get into The Ocean Race a…
 
Our guests this week need little introduction - Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. Peter and Blair are an Olympic gold medal winning pair in the 49er, America's Cup winners in 2017 with Emirates Team New Zealand, and of course they both sailed in the last edition of The Ocean Race - Peter on Team Brunel, and Blair aboard MAPFRE.Niall grills them on the …
 
This week we have a short catch up with Emily Nagel all about sailing aboard 11th Hour Racing Team's IMOCA 60 as training crew during a recent transatlantic.Emily gives us her expert opinion on the differences between IMOCA and VO65 sailing, foiling across the Atlantic and life onboard when there's no space for bunks!…
 
Kick off your shoes and sit back as we revisit the first ever Whitbread Round the World race in 1973 with sailor and yacht designer Butch Dalrymple-Smith. Butch was a crew member aboard the winning Mexican yacht Sayula II under the legendary skipper Ramón Carlín, and he takes us back to an amateur era of legends and adventure, glasses of wine after…
 
To celebrate 47 years since the start of the first Whitbread Round the World Race in 1973, we talk to our special guest Enrique Carlín who was not only a crew member onboard the Mexican winner Sayula II, but also the son of the skipper and owner Ramón Carlín.Enrique talks about setting off on an an adventure into the unknown as an inexperienced cre…
 
As one of the select few people to sail in The Ocean Race as an Onboard Reporter responsible for capturing the race around the world, James Blake has a unique perspective on this event. Added to that, his father Sir Peter Blake is a sailing legend in not only The Ocean Race but the America's Cup. James explains the challenges of building relationsh…
 
Time to get your geek on as we run the numbers with sailor and Performance Analyst Rosco Monson, who explains how data collection and analysis is pushing the limits of performance in offshore sailing.Rosco was part of Team AkzoNobel during the last edition of The Ocean Race and takes us inside the key decisions in racing navigation, how data is mak…
 
Charles Caudrelier was the winning skipper of the 2017-18 edition of The Ocean Race, leading Dongfeng Race Team to the closest victory in the race's history. In his most open interview yet, Charles relives the highs and the lows from his career, discusses his 'complicated' relationship with navigator Pascal Bidégorry and lets us in on the secrets t…
 
If you want to understand the stresses and strains of being a sailor - and skipper in The Ocean Race, this episode is a must watch. British sailor and adventurer Dee Caffari was the skipper of Turn the Tide on Plastic in the 2017-18 edition, and she gets deep into the drive, the insecurities and the psychology of top-class ocean racers, and she and…
 
Today we're going to take you to yacht design school 📝⛵️. Juan Kouyoumdjian is one of the biggest and most influential brains in the sailing world and has designed the winning boat of The Ocean Race an incredible three times, as well as having six America's Cup involvements.In this exclusive interview Juan gives the inside track on how to win the n…
 
Martine Grael is a Brazilian 🇧🇷 Olympic gold medalist 🥇 who sailed onboard Team AkzoNobel during the last edition of The Ocean Race. Today Martine and Niall delve into the importance of winning, her triumph in Rio 2016, suffering in the doldrums, and Niall also asks some of the questions you submitted by social media. ⛵️🌍…
 
Niall speaks with Race Chairman Richard Brisius and Managing Director Johan Salén about changes to the next edition of The Ocean Race. As part of a 10-year plan, the next edition of the Race will start in 2022, with a potential European Race in the summer of 2021, and future Race start dates in 2026 and 2030. ⛵️🌍🌊…
 
This week we are fortunate enough to welcome six-time Olympian Santiago Lange to Off Watch and hear about his remarkable life and career. Santi tells Niall about dragging a dinghy around Europe by train, his adventures in The Ocean Race and America's Cup, and finally his incredible recovery from cancer to take gold for Argentina 🇦🇷 at the Rio Olymp…
 
Libby Greenhalgh is a sailor, navigator, meteorologist and advocate for increased opportunities for women to compete in top-class sailing through The Magenta Project. On this week’s Off Watch episode Libby takes us inside the campaign with Team SCA in 2014-15, and remembers John Fisher, her crewmate aboard Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag who was tragically …
 
This week we welcome British 🇬🇧sailor Hannah Diamond to Off Watch. Hannah was part of the Vestas 11th Hour Racing team that experienced a turbulent 2017-18 campaign, including a dismasting near the Falkland Islands, which challenged the crew to perform some unconventional repairs to help their boat onto the leg finish in Itajai in Brazil.🇧🇷Hannah a…
 
Rick Tomlinson is a photographer and sailor whose relationship with this race runs deep. He first stepped onboard a Whitbread boat as a sailor back in 1985 with Drum, as a crewmate of Duran Duran star Simon Le Bon. From there Rick pioneered the role of capturing life onboard as a photographer, taking some of The Ocean Race's most iconic images. In …
 
Bouwe Bekking is an authentic ocean racing legend. His career spans 35 years and eight laps around the world, from his debut in the 1985 Whitbread Round the World Race to his most recent entry in the 2017-18 edition as skipper of Team Brunel. There's nobody who knows this race better.In this interview Bekking opens up about getting his start in the…
 
This week our guest is Annie Lush, a two-time competitor in The Ocean Race, and British Olympic sailor.Annie talks about getting her start in offshore racing with the all-female Team SCA, sailing with Bouwe Bekking's Team Brunel in the last edition and breaking her back in the Southern Ocean, and she tells us about the thrill of crewed IMOCA sailin…
 
Emily Nagel was the youngest female sailor to compete in the 2017-18 edition of The Ocean Race, and one of the youngest sailors in the race's history.She opens up to Niall about being part of the Bermuda Youth America's Cup team, fulfilling her dream of sailing around the world in The Ocean Race, and the psychological pain of missing a leg of the r…
 
This week Niall talks to Irish sailor Damian Foxall who has competed in The Ocean Race six times including a winning campaign with Groupama in 20011-12. 🇫🇷Damian has now taken on a new challenge as Sustainability Program Manager with 11th Hour Racing Team, proving that the same determination and ingenuity needed when sailing around the world can be…
 
How would you deal with a sudden crash in the middle of the ocean in pitch black night? How does it feel to have a camera pushed in your face in the middle of a crisis? And how does a six-time competitor in The Ocean Race live with sea sickness? We put all these questions and more to Chris Nicholson in this week’s episode of Off Watch.…
 
In this edition of Off Watch, we speak to Spanish sailing icon Xabi Fernández. An Olympic gold medalist, a five-time Ocean Race competitor, and three-time America's Cup competitor, the humble and understated Spaniard has done it all, including leading MAPFRE to a second place finish in the 2017-18 edition of The Ocean Race, the best ever result for…
 
In this week's Off Watch podcast, we speak with Francesca Clapcich. The Italian sailor is a two-time Olympian who joined the Turn the Tide on Plastic crew in the 2017-18 edition of the race. Now, she's looking to put together her own team for the next edition of The Ocean Race, and with the Grand Finale touted for Genoa, Italy, local interest is hi…
 
This week we speak with Yoann Richomme, who was named skipper of The Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team in February. The French sailor explains his background in one of the toughest proving grounds there is for offshore sailors - the Figaro circuit, where he is a two-time champion - and his passion for one-design and fully-crewed racing.…
 
In this episode of Off Watch, we speak to Carolijn Brouwer, a three-time competitor in The Ocean Race, who sailed to victory with Dongfeng Race Team in that epic final leg of the last race, finishing in her home port of The Hague.But before she was an offshore sailor, Carolijn was an incredibly accomplished dinghy sailor in the 470, Laser Radial, E…
 
A conversation with Ken Read: In a wide-ranging interview we speak to the President of North Sails about his storied career, from youth champion to America’s Cup and Ocean Race skipper and dive into his approach to leadership and managing crisis situations.We also explore the link between sailing and business and get his opinion on the latest updat…
 
#042 - Jorlui Sillau is a mental health professional based in New York City with experience rowing through a veterans rowing program. In this episode, we talked about: How can we better respond to microaggressions [6:51] Ask clarifying questions (and why) [8:00] An example of how to respond [11:49] Nonverbal microaggressions [15:00] Fear of Retalia…
 
#041 - Jennifer Fitz-Roy is a black PR2 rower at the Community Rowing, which is also the USRowing Para Training Center. In this episode, we talked about: What PR2 means and what classifications of pararowing there are [2:18] How she got into rowing [9:02] The one person who convinced her she didn’t belong in the sport [15:15] Race [ ] Colorism [ ] …
 
#040 - Michael D. Green is of Jamaican descent and a Senior heavyweight rower at Dartmouth College. In this episode, we talked about: How he got into rowing [4:18] His thoughts on authenticity [13:22] Michael’s insight on access-related inequities as a result of program cuts on diversity within rowing [16:32] Advice for younger rowers of color [21:…
 
#039 - Beata Coloyan and Jasmine Howard coached the Boston Latin School Rowing team to a nationally competitive public school team. As coaches of color themselves, both have worked to make the teams’ demographic make up match the percentage of students of color at the school. In this episode, we talked about: How have various experiences impacted y…
 
#038 - Diego Baugh is a Senior on the Stanford Men’s Rowing Team and alumn of Saugatuck Rowing Club. In this episode, we talked about: How Diego got into rowing [4:13] What Diego brought up that has never been brought up before on the Rowing in Color podcast [9:50] Times he witnessed racism in rowing [13:07] How have coaches addressed instances of …
 
#037 - Kyley Jones is a black rower who just finished a 7-year rowing career rowing at UC San Diego. She shares powerful insight on inclusion, intersectionality, and community through her anthropological lens. With mere days before the 2020 election and days just following another murder of a black man, her words are what we need to hear right now.…
 
#036 - Eva Walker Outlaw is a breast cancer survivor and African American rower at an organization called Recovery on Water. In this episode, we talked about: Eva’s diagnosis [2:26] When Recover on Water came into her life [28:12] Benefits of rowing [30:32] Her experience with subtle racist moments in rowing [31:22] Another reason why visibility is…
 
#035 - During Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month we invited many members to join for a group conversations relating to the Latinx/Hispanic-American rowing experience. This is one of those conversations. In this episode, we talked about: How they got into the sport How language has played a part in the boathouse Code switching Giving away your own cultu…
 
#034 - Hannah Diaz is a Peruvian American coxswain and the only recruited person of color on the openweight women’s team at Princeton University. In this episode, we talked about: Advice for high school coxswains who are aspiring to be recruited for college [4:12] Hannah’s flex [12:35] Her experience as a biracial person [13:12] What a non-Spanish …
 
#033 - Camila and Isa Shana Darvin are both sisters and rowers for the University of Wisconsin. Camila is a Freshman rower on the lightweight women’s team while Isa is a Senior on the openweight women’s team. In this episode, we talked about: What hooked them into rowing [6:09] Experiences being Latina on a collegiate rowing team [9:17] Moments of …
 
#032 - Manny Valentin is the Head Boys’ Rowing Coach at Saratoga Rowing Association and identifies as an American with Puerto Rican lineage. In this episode, we talked about: How he identifies [1:22] Books Manny recommends for fellow Americans with Puerto Rican heritage [7:48] How Manny got into rowing [9:24] Advice for younger coaches [14:45] What…
 
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