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A video showing the awesome women of the Australian Sailing Team in action.

Obviously embarrassed by the questions, the young helmsman handled as best he could.

Over $800,000 worth of damage was done at the Norris Lake Marina in Tennessee.

The video shows all the action and fun during the regatta including Transfusion halyard swinging.

The use of special camera mounts provides a very stable platform to shoot on-board action.

Broken steerage, Chinese Gybes, unlimited sail changes, stop-starts and only just a small amount of blood spilled.

They are off to a training camp in San Francisco before the start of the America's Cup World Series.

This video shows how easily the boat can be sailed with just two crew at high speeds.

The wind got up, making for some spectacular crashes.

A day of carnage at the 2015 Moth Worlds captured on video.

Marcel van Triest explains why the quickest route to Cape Town is via South America.

Langford explains the challenge of performing in such a strong fleet while still learning how to sail the boat.

Some remarkable footage that shows the enormity of the task.

Beau Outteridge and Ollie Hartas are shooting great footage of the Moths at Sorrento.

Hear what various competitors had to say and view the videos of low-wind sailing.

The video shows the power of the 100ft yacht and the work that goes into sailing her fast.