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    Björn Hansen
    Hansen Sailing Team
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    Johnie Berntsson
    Stena Sailing Team
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    Eric Monnin
    Swiss Match Race Team
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    Pierre Antoine Morvan
    Vannes Agglo Sailing Team
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    Staffan Lindberg
    Alandia Sailing Team
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    Taylor Canfield
    US One
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    GAC Pindar
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    Henri Lloyd Rainmaker Racing
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Ri-Yaz Heritage Marina Resort & Spa
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
25 - 30 Nov, 2013
Foundation 36

Event results

Reigning Champion

Phil Robertson (NZL) WAKA Racing wins the Monsoon Cup 2013

Phil Robertson (NZL) WAKA Racing defeated Ian Williams (GBR) GAC Pindar 3-0 in the final

Past Champions

2013 Phil Robertson (NZL) WAKA Racing
2012 Taylor Canfield (ISV) USOne
2011 Ian Williams (GBR) Team GAC Pindar
2010 Ben Ainslie (GBR) TEAMORIGIN
2009 Adam Minoprio (NZL) ETNZ/BlackMatch Racing
2008 Peter Gilmour (AUS) YANMAR Racing
2007 Ian Williams (GBR) Bahrain Team Pindar
2006 Peter Holmberg (ISV) Alinghi
2005 Peter Gilmour (AUS) PST

Event Website - www.monsooncup.com.my

Terengganu is one of Malaysia’s east coast states, endowed with natural wealth, exotic islands and pristine beaches and crystal clear waters, quaint traditional villages and a heritage of culture and history. It has a land area of 12,995sq kilometres and 225 kilometres of coastline. Terengganu has a population of around 1million, while Malaysia has a population of 28million.

The venue of the Monsoon Cup – Pulau Duyong is the ideal setting for this match race, where international sailing enthusiasts and visitors will be able to enjoy the excitement and competition in the Cup, in addition to experiencing the myriad of cultural, culinary and tourist activities that are abound in Terengganu.

Now in its seventh year, the Monsoon Cup has gained prominent status on the World Tour, winning the “Best Event” status twice. It offers the highest prize purse on the Tour, MYR 1.475million (approx USD 475,000), with the winner set to earn MYR 310,000 (approx USD100,000)

The economic objectives include making the Monsoon Cup a catalyst for development in the state and to create economic opportunities in services and manufacturing sectors related to the event. Among them are hotels, tourism, restaurants, boat-making, food supplies, textiles and souvenirs. With daily live telecasts and highlights through its affiliated broadcasters, Media Prima, ESPN and EuroSports, the brand is expected to reach a potential viewership of more than 1.6 billion all over the world.

Qualifying event to Monsoon Cup
Series 1
- Malaysian Match Racing Championship - TBC (1 Qualifying team)
Series 2
- Asian Match Racing Championship - TBC (1 Qualifying team)

 

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