Olympic Classes

World Sailing puts Windsurfer out to tender

World Sailing is seeking tenders for equipment to be selected for the Men and Women Windsurfer events, starting at the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition

Vilamoura GP for Nacra 17, 49er and 49erFX

Away from the cold and rain of the UK, British Sailing Team members have been training and competing at the Vilamoura GP in Portugal

Sail Melbourne – Scott misses Podium place

Despite a second race win for Giles Scott, Duchman Nicholas Heiner retained his overall lead to top the Finn podium at Sail Melbourne

Sail Melbourne – Scott takes first win

Just two races showing on the results for the Finn class on day 3 at Sail Melbourne, with Britain’s Giles Scott winning race 5

Heiner Sets the Pace at Sail Melbourne

Holland’s Nicholas Heiner took the first two Finn races at Sail Melbourne, Australia’s premier Olympic and Invited Classes Regatta

World Sailing Faces More Questions

The row over the vote taken by World Sailing to allow the – urgent submission – that substituted a Mixed Two Person Keelboat event for the Mixed One Person Dinghy event in the 2024 Olympics continues

Scott Returns to Finn Racing

Giles Scott is joining the other British Finn sailors at Sail Melbourne, Australia’s premier Olympic and Invited Classes Regatta

The Ayes Have It! or Do They?

World Sailing may wish that they had taken a leaf from the Mother of Parliaments rather than some dodgy looking electronic boxes, with a close resemblance to early TV remotes!

Sail Sydney Olympic Classes – Final

At the end of the Sail Sydney Olympic Classes Regatta downunder, British competitors finished on the Podium in the Finn and Laser events

Sail Sydney opens with Olympic Classes

Sail Sydney, the first of the 2018/9 Olympic and Youth Classes Regattas downunder, kicked off with the Olympic classes events.

World Sailing – No Reason to Change Council Meeting Votes

World Sailing has reviewed the comments by members who complained of inaccurate vote taking at the 2018 Annual Conference in Sarasota, Florida and found no reason to change the results

World Sailing – Curiouser and Curiouser!

Just when it seemed that World Sailing had reached calmer waters, the whole show takes to the Internet again with reports of technical mayhem and inaccurate voting.