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
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
In this latest World Sailing Show they talk to Ian Walker, Director of Racing at the RYA, to get his thoughts on the move to Offshore racing in the Olympics
The minutes of the controversial Council meeting at World Sailing’s AGM in Florida last month were approved in an extraordinary conference call Friday.
World Sailing is inviting Member National Authorities and Host Cities to bid for the 2021 and 2022 editions of the Youth Sailing World Championships
A Dutch America’s Cup challenge, from the Royal Netherlands Yacht Club Muiden and Royal Maas Yacht Club, was accepted Friday
At the beginning of December the ETNZ camp denied any problem with the AC75 foil arm development testing, but it now seems there was a problem!
Latest news of the World Sailing voting row is that World Sailing has organised an extraordinary meeting, by conference call, set for Friday 21 December
World Sailing is seeking tenders for equipment to be selected for the Men and Women Windsurfer events, starting at the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition
The row over the vote taken by World Sailing to allow the – urgent submission – that substituted a Mixed Two Person Keelboat event for the Mixed One Person Dinghy event in the 2024 Olympics continues