The imminent release of the latest James Bond movie – No Time To Die – will revive memories for Hayling Island SC members of an earlier Bond movie – The Spy Who Loved Me – released back in 1977
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The United States SailGP Team’s Wing Trimmer Paul Campbell-James broke his leg in official practice racing Thursday, ruling him out of the event.
The WASZP_X is the latest product out of the WASZP factory, intended to provide a more affordable and accessible foiling pathway in the sport for junior sailors.
American Magic, The US challenger for the 36th America’s Cup, is moving ahead with performance development work in preparation for a challenge for the 37th edition of the America’s Cup
Nielsen Gracenote’s Virtual Medal Table forecats that Great Britain will finish in fifth place on total medals at Tokyo 2020, dropping from third in 2016.
Bruce Kirby, best known as the designer of the Laser, now known as the ILCA, passed away 18 July 2021 at the age of 92 yrs
The Royal Yachting Association has confirmed that Sarah Treseder will be moving on from the organisation
Team Ireland has officially selected a team of three sailors to compete in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer.
Ahead of the summer yacht racing season and the return of major events such as the Rolex Fastnet Race, the RYA has issued guidance on the rules around coding requirements for racing yachts
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has today – Tuesday 8 June – issued a satatement to the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic Games outlining additional testing measures for Team GB