Stan and Sally Honey are two champion sailors. But their influence on sailing - and on commercial sport - extends far beyond competitive success. Carol Cronin finds out more.

Perhaps the most surprising thing about sailing legends Stan and Sally Honey is their humility. It’s as if they don’t understand why we’d ever be interested in how they tacked and gybed their way to the top of our sport – while also transforming several high-tech industries. How did they accomplish so much? After almost two hours of asking questions I conclude it was a unique combination of luck, skill and two glass-half-full personalities that are, after almost a half century together, deliciously intertwined. In hindsight at least, their life together plays out like a very tactical sailboat race, so let’s fire off the first gun.

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