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Turkish Triumph at Monaco Optimist Team Race

64 sailors – 16 nations from four continents – 124 matches in a closely-fought 10th edition of the Monaco Optimist Team Race

Who took all the prizes at GJW Direct Bloody Mary?

This year the GJW Direct Bloody Mary attracted 242 entries, representing 56 classes from 98 clubs

British Laser 4.7 Qualifier Season is Imminent

The Laser 4.7 is a phenomenal success story of junior and youth one design dinghy sailing

Dragon Worlds – Day 1 to the Brits

Dragon Worlds – The British team on Louise Racing GBR820 – Grant Gordon, Ruairidh Scott, Sophia Weguelin and James Williamson took the first race

International 14 has spawned many Innovations

The International 14 has spawned many innovations within sailing that are now common use by numerous other classes

Rolex Sydney Hobart – Overall Tattersall Cup Win for Alive

Phillip Turner’s Alive received the Tattersall Cup for overall winner of the 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, the RORC Plaque and the Government of Tasmania Trophy for first overall on IRC

World Sailing President explains Olympic decision process

World Sailing Presidential Newsletter – There is one area that has been a focus of discussion throughout the year – the decisions on Olympic events and equipment

Highlights from Sydney Foiling Week

Highlights from the Sydney Foiling Week, 13 to 16 December 2018, including SUPs, windsurfing and obviously boats

Flying 15 – The Chippendale Years

The Flying Fifteen class has come a long way since Uffa Fox designed and built the first hulls at his Cowes based boatyard back in 1947

Rolex Sydney Hobart – Wild Oats XI beats the Protest

The International Jury at Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania has found that the protest against Wild Oats XI was invalid and so she retains her line honours crown