Extreme Sailing Series Act 4 Saint Petersburg, Presented by Land Rover - Act video highlights -
Extreme Sailing Series Act 4 Saint Petersburg, Russia, video highlights above
Over four days, Act 4 of the 2014 Extreme Sailing Series in Saint Petersburg presented by Land Rover threw everything at the fleet, against a stunning city backdrop instantly recognisable the world over. After four days, it came down to a final race shoot-out that saw Alinghi clinch victory in a game of Russian roulette, before a final roll of the dice by The Wave, Muscat saw the Omani team snatch second place from Emirates Team New Zealand. Watch the highlights from the River Neva presented by Land Rover Global Brand Ambassador Hannah White. more at: extremesailingseries.com
Sailors Conquer the Neva
The St. Petersburg Times
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