5.5 Metre Class in search for two missing Olympic medal winners

5.5 Metre Class searching for two missing Olympic medal winners from 1952 to 1968, and whose whereabouts is not known at present

Artemis XIV secures 5.5 world title in Pittwater

Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen sailng Artemis XIV (NOR 57) have won the 2020 5.5 Metre World Championship

Artemis XIV extends at 5.5 Metre Worlds

Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen sailing Artemis XIV (NOR 57) have extended their lead to nine points with just two races to sail at the 2020 5.5 Metre World Championship

High seas stop racing at 5.5 Metre World Championship

High seas, following a very strong overnight southerly change, stopped all racing on Day 3 of the 2020 International 5.5 Metre World Championship, at the Royal Prince Alfred YC, in Newport, Australia

New Moon progress in battle for 5.5 Metre World Championship

Kristian Nergaard’s Artemis XIV was again the boat of the day at the 2020 International 5.5 Metre Worlds despite a stumble in the final race of day 2

5.5 Metre World Championship – Day 1 to Artemis XIV

Norway’s Artemis XIV took the first race of the 5.5 Metre World Championship in Newport, Australia on Friday

5.5 Metre Class Cup – Cup Final Day

The final day of the International 5.5 Metre Class in Australia, saw Ku-Ring-Gai, Baragoola and Clark Kent win 5.5 Metre Class Cups in Pittwater ahead of the World Championships

5.5 Metre Class Cup events in Newport, Australia

Ku-Ring-Gai and Carabella lead the International 5.5 Metre Class Cup events in Newport, Australia, preceding the’s world championship

5.5 Scandinavian Gold Cup – When winning is everything

The Scandinavian Gold Cup has a unique format unlike any other. After three races, only those who have won a race remain in the competition

5.5 Metre French Open at the Régates Royales Cannes

Otto, SUI 209, sealed victory at the 5.5 Metre French Open at the Régates Royales Cannes on Friday