Andy Beadsworth, Ali Tezdiker and Simon Fry on Provezza Dragon are the 2019 International Dragon World Champions
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
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
The success of British competitors in the modern era of Olympic sailing events has been a roller-coaster ride. How did that success come about and can it get back on course?
This is the time of the year to look back at the year past with the benefit of hindsight and look forward to what the year ahead may bring
Phillip Turner’s Alive received the Tattersall Cup for overall winner of the 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, the RORC Plaque and the Government of Tasmania Trophy for first overall on IRC
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