Mateo Santo Lanz of Switzerland won the first race of the delayed 2020 Tokyo Games on Sunday 25 July 2021
Tom Hewitson sailing with Colin Smith and Jo Hewitson recovered the overall lead on day 3 of the RS Elite National Championship at HISC.
The first racing for the sailing events of the 2020 Tokyo Games will get underway on Sunday 25 July and continue through to Wednesday 4 August
Olympic champions, sailor Hannah Mills and rower Moe Sbihi led Team GB into the Tokyo 2020 stadium at Friday’s Opening Ceremony.
Russell Peters sailing with Zeb Elliott and James Grant struck back on day 2 of the RS Elite 2021 National Championship at Hayling Island SC
Tom Hewitson, Colin Smith and Jo Hewitson continued their winning way with two race wins on the first day of the RS Elite Nationals at Hayling Island SC.
With a few days to go until the Tokyo Games opening ceremony, here’s how you can follow the Brits looking to bring home the Sailing medals for Team GB.
The fifteen strong British Sailing Team will compete in ten events at the Tokyo Olympics, starting on the 25 July 2021. How many sailing medals can Team GB win?
The delayed 2020 Tokyo Games will open on Friday 23 July with a muted opening ceromany that will mirror what to expect from this pandemic Games
Medal race day for the 2021 Formula Kite U19 and A’s Youth Foil Individual World Championships at Hang Loose Beach
The Australia SailGP Team, skippered by Tom Slingsby, beat France and the United States in the three-team winner-takes-all Final to move up to first in the Season Championship.