Dutchman Mark Slats sent a satellite message that – It is pretty windy but I’m very much in control – as he rounded Cape Horn early Sunday morning
At the close of the late entry deadline, The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Emirates Team New Zealand confirmed there had been an additional 8 Notices of Challenge received.
The RYA has finally confirmed what we revealed in early October . . . that Olympic Class Sailing Returns to the UK in 2019 – only three classes, but its a start
With World Sailing moving to the next stage of their Dinghy Selection Trials for the single-hander for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games it’s time to look at the one that got away!
World Sailing invites Member National Authorities to bid to host the Sea-trials for the selection of Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Men’s and Women’s One Person Dinghy Events
Solo round the world sailor Mike Golding was invited to the World Sailing Annual Conference, along with Dee Caffari, to give their perspective on solo and short handed ocean racing at a key forum
While the changes for the 2024 Paris Olympics made the headlines – in the sailing media anyway – What may have a more lasting effect on World Sailing was the presentation of the Governance Commission Report.
After the considerable time spent on the “problem” of the Olympic Events and Equipment for the 2024 Olympics, a line was finally drawn with confirmation of the World Sailing Council event listing on Sunday
Statement from the International Finn Association – After Finn is excluded from the Olympic Games after 2020
World Sailing AGM voted for 2024 Olympic slate as proposed in WS Council that includes a Mixed 2 Person Keelboat Offshore, Kite-Foiler Mixed and a Two-Person-Dinghy Mixed event
On Friday the World Sailing Council voted to replace the one person dinghy mixed event with a mixed double handed offshore event, equipment (class) unknown
Friday at the World Sailing Annual Conference in Sarasota, USA, the Mixed 2 Person Offshore event was agreed by the WS Council for the 2024 Olympic Games, removing the Finn class