How to Follow The Action

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As the Extreme Sailing Series GC32 fleet once again returns to China’s Olympic sailing city of Qingdao for the second Act of the 2017 season, here’s what you need to know to follow the action.

Qingdao is notorious for its changeable weather conditions, there is no telling what the fleet will face as the crews head out to battle each day, with conditions ranging from gales to flat calms, unexpected gusts and fog.

Where is the best place to watch?

Fushan Bay, the 2008 Beijing Olympic sailing venue, provides the stadium, while outside the breakwater the fleet can also take advantage of open water racing. Spectators can watch for free from anywhere around Fushan Bay and pay a visit to the free-to-enter Race Village.

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Live Video:

Live video coverage and SAP Sailing Analytics will be available online on April 30 and May 01. Coverage begins at 1400 local time (GMT+8) and continues until 1700. View Live Video online via. Extreme Sailing Series