470 World Championship – Olympic Team selection is the Goal

184 athletes representing 28 nations from around the world are in Enohsima, Japan for the 2019 470 World Championship

Cowes Classics Week Day 4 – Waiting for the wind . . .

All classes in the 12th Cowes Classics Week fleet had to kick their heels on the Cowes waterfront until enough wind finally arrived at lunch time for racing to start

Peters and Darling
Tasar Worlds – Peters and Darling take three race wins on Day 4

Things have taken an interesting turn at the Tasar World Championships after British pair, James Peters and Charlie Darling, racked-up three back to back race wins on day 4

Wins for Australia and The Bahamas at 5.5 Metre Worlds

Kristian Nergaard’ Artemis XIV has moved to the top on Day 3 of the 5.5 Metre World Championship in Helsinki, Finland after two more races on Wednesday

Cowes Classics Week – Cracking stiff breeze for Day 3

A cracking stiff breeze opened the third day of Cowes Classics Week with welcomed starts for the one design and cruiser classes after Tuesday’s gale-enforced postponement

Britain’s Matilda Nicholls is Radial Youth World Champion

Matilda Nicholls of Britain confirmed her 2019 Radial Youth World title victory with a second place in the final race.

Tasar Worlds Day 3 – When the going gets tough . . .

Hayling Bay showed its tougher side to the Tasar World fleet Wednesday after the benign Monday racing

Olympic Classes Sailing Tax – The debate, what debate ?

Olympic Classes Sailing Tax – Recently the Olympic Classes Sub Committee posted an article on the 49e Class Association website outlining the new fees on Olympic sailors equipment

Radial Youth Worlds – Britain’s Matilda Nicholls leads into final day

Matilda Nicholls of Britain goes into the final day of the 2019 Radial Youth Worlds, taking place on Lake Ontario, with a 17 point lead.

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