With a few days to go until the Tokyo Games opening ceremony, here’s how you can follow the Brits looking to bring home the Sailing medals for Team GB.
The first group of British sailors, part of Team GB competing at the delayed Tokyo Games, left via Heathrow for Haneda airport, Tokyo, on Tuesday.
The first members of the British Sailing Team have arrived in Tokyo at Haneda airport, and are expected to stay in their host town Hayama in Kanagawa Prefecture.
While we wait to see if the Tokyo Games will take place, it is worth taking a look at just how Team GB sailors are coping with this very different lead-up to the 2020ne Olympics
Final day of racing for the 470 and RS:X classes at the Portugal Grand Prix in Vilamoura, Portugal
As the chaos caused by the America’s Cup lockdown in Auckland has just demonstrated, even the best protected of countries must be on their guard where Covid-19 is involved.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board are meeting this Wednesday (27 Jan) to discuss preparations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics
The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the sailing media, with the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and the America’s Cup never far from the headlines.
Japanese media is reporting that organizers of the postponed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics are facing new challenges posed by the continuing coronavirus pandemic
After day 2 of the Formula Kite Individual European Championships in Poland, Axel Mazella and Julia Damasiewicz lead their events
After day 1 of the Formula Kite Individual European Championships, Theo De Ramecourt and Julia Damasiewicz lead their events