ARTEMIS YOUTH RACING NARROWLY MISSES PODIUM

After winning Qualifying Group 1, the young Swedes were feeling confident heading into the finals of the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup. However, two devastating penalties meant the team narrowly missed out of a podium finish.

ARTEMIS YOUTH RACING DOMINATE QUALIFYING ROUND

Artemis Youth Racing continued the second day of the qualifying round as they ended yesterday. With two more wins they secured the top spot in Group A and qualification for the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup Finals next week.

BLUEWATER SUPPORTS ARTEMIS YOUTH RACING

Sweden’s Bluewater water purification company is supporting the sustainability efforts of Sweden’s America’s Cup challenger, Artemis Racing, and today announced, that it will increase its commitment to Swedish sailing by supporting Artemis Youth Racing’s entry in the Red …

ARTEMIS RACING AIM TO COME BACK STRONGER

The final race in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs final was held late in the afternoon after an abandonment of the first race of the day due to extremely light winds.

PRESSURE ON THE COMEBACK KINGS

Just one second separated the two teams as they crossed the finish line in the last race of the day. But that was enough to make the score to 4-2 to Emirates Team New Zealand, and Artemis Racing now must win the next three races in the challenger final.

"Artemis is an ancient Greek goddess. She carries a bow and is a hunter - a competitor - but also a protector of nature, both virtues I admire. This is why I named my first racing boat after her and eventually my team Artemis Racing." Torbjörn Törnqvist, Team Principal

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