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World Sailing set Windsurfer sea trials date

World Sailing has shortlisted five tenders to attend the Paris 2024 Men’s and Women’s Windsurfer sea trials from 29 September to 3 October 2019.

America’s Cup – The time for waiting is almost over

With deliveries of the AC75 foil arms finally taking place it is expected that the America’s Cup teams will all launch their first AC75 yachts in the next few weeks

Musical Chairs for Kiwi Nacra 17 teams

The potential Kiwi Nacra 17 teams for Tokyo 2020 have imploded in a frenzy of partner swapping as the pressure to represent New Zealand grows

Laser members vote to decouple Laser name . . .

Rule change proposal to remove the requirement for a class approved builder to ‘have the rights to use a Laser trademark’ is passed

Cowes Week Day 2 Round-Up

The second day of Cowes Week was without racing for the White Group dayboats but with plenty of action

Cowes Week Daily Round-Up . . . Exceptional opening day

Winds of up to 50 knots meant the Solent was almost eerily empty Saturday, devoid of the nearly 700 raceboats entered in Cowes Week

Great Britain SailGP team break the elusive 50 knot barrier

Tuesday Dylan Fletcher and the Great Britain SailGP team became the first to break the elusive 50 knot barrier, achieving a boat speed of 50.2 knots

RS Aero UK Nationals – Everyone a winner at East Lothian

The RS Aero class does not do things by halves, so we do not have one, but three National Champions

Harken RS200 Youth and Junior Championships

Robbie King and Jamie Webb won five of the eight races to claim the Harken RS200 Youth Champions title

World Sailing to introduce $300,000 annual Olympic Sailing Tax

World Sailing to introduce $300,000 annual Olympic sailing Tax via new fees on Olympic sailors equipment