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British Youth Sailing scheme continues to grow

British Youth Sailing’s Recognised Club scheme has been branded an overwhelming success as it celebrates its first anniversary

Finn Europeans switched to Athens

Athens, the birthplace of the modern Olympics, has been selected to host the most important Finn regatta of the year

World Sailing looking for a Business Operations Executive

World Sailing, the world governing body for the sport, is currently advertising for a Business Operations Executive

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

Scott wins Aussie Championship at a Canter

Giles Scott completed the final day of the 2019 Finn Australian Championship with two more race wins

Tornado Worlds – Title for Burvill and Puttman

Australia’s Brett Burvill and Max Puttman are the 2019 Tornado World Champions

British Sailing Team – The Class of 2020

The Class of 2020 will be chosen from the present British Olympic sailing squad which comprises of an elite squad of 71 sailors covering the ten sailing events used in the Olympic Games

Dragon Worlds – Beadsworth, Tezdiker and Fry are 2019 Champions

Andy Beadsworth, Ali Tezdiker and Simon Fry on Provezza Dragon are the 2019 International Dragon World Champions

Golden Globe Race – Mark Slats closes to within 353 miles

Dutchman Mark Slats has closed the difference in ‘distance to finish’ to within 353 nautical miles while race leader Jean-Luc Van Den Heede was serving his time-out penalty

505 World Championship Title for Martin and Lowry

Mike Martin and Adam Lowry were able to skip the final two races of the International 505 World Championship, having secured the title with a day to spare