Search the site
Tell Friends about SailJuice
Bookmark and Share
Follow me on Twitter

Follow on Twitter

Like us on Facebook

Emotional Rio Rollercoaster

Emotional Argentinean victory at Rio 2016

© World Sailing / Sailing Energy


We've witnessed some extraordinary moments in the sailing competition at Rio 2016. SailJuice's Andy Rice is reporting at his third Olympic Games, and we've seen some of the favourites dominate, but others fall by the wayside and let some of the less fancied teams rise to the occasion. And we've seen the oldest competitor in the sailing, Santiago Lange (age 54) win gold in the Nacra 17. For all its faults, Rio has delivered some incredible drama.
At, we travel the world to interview some of the top sailors and coaches in the world about how they go about the business of winning in sailboats. To get a flavour of what we do...
If you want access to all the good stuff, you need to be a paid-up member of Currently £4.99 per month, to access more than 510 articles/interviews/videos where we have interviewed the world's best sailors for their best tips and secrets.


Featured Articles


The Rio 2016 Blog - Final Day

(in: Olympics)

Vasilij Zbogar wins Finn silver at Rio 2016

(in: Olympics)

Annalise Murphy wins Radial silver at Rio 2016

(in: Olympics)

Interview with Giles Scott at Rio 2016

(in: Olympics)

Day 0 in Rio: The Storm before the Storm


Rio is Shaw's 'time to shine'

(in: Olympics)

Only Streetfighters will win in Rio

(in: Olympics)

Mark Bulkeley previews the Nacra 17s at Rio 2016

(in: Olympics)

Podcast with Nick Thompson, Laser World Champion

(in: Old Podcasts - SailJuice Talk)

Tom Gillard getting to grips with the Musto Skiff

(in: Interviews)
SailJuice Xpress

Allen Brothers Hardware