RS800 European Championship returns to Lake Garda

The RS800 fleet returns to Garda for the first time in three years for their European Championship this week

RS Feva World Championships – Day 1 to the Kiwis

Simon Cooke and Oskar Masfen from New Zealand lead after the opening day of the 2019 RS Feva World Championships

Joan Costa of Spain is WASPZ European Champion

Joan Costa of Spain successfully defended his first place in the final three races held Saturday at the WASPZ Europeans on Lake Garda

Youth Sailing Worlds – Final day podium places

No medals for British competitors at the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships, but some solid performances boost the GBR sailors to fifth place in the Nations Cup

WASZP European Championship opens on Lake Garda

The WASZP European Championships have started on Lake Garda and after the first day Alexander Hogheim of Norway leads

Youth Sailing Worlds – Medal places slip away for Brits

The penultimate day of the Youth Sailing Worlds in Poland saw three gold medals decided ahead of Friday’s final races

Youth Sailing Worlds – Brits hold four podium places

British competitors at the Youth Sailing Worlds hold podium places in the boy’s 420 and 29er, and the girl’s Radial and RS:X events

Youth Sailing World Championships – Day 2

Things looked up for the event and for the British competitors as day 2 of the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships managed a full days racing

Solo Nations Cup – Pandora’s Box provides the final answer

Solo Nations Cup, final day, final race and the winner is . . . James Boyce of Papercourt Sailing Club

Optimist Worlds – Marco Gradoni makes it three world titles

Marco Gradoni of Italy won his third Optimist World Championship in style

Solo Nations Cup – Cumbley keeps control

As they line-up for the final day of the Solo Nation’s Cup at at the Yacht Club de Carnac in France, Charlie Cumbley has increased his lead to 5 points

Softly, Softly start for Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships

The Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships opened in a shifting 5-8 knot breeze, which restricted the amount of racing on day 1 in Gdynia, Poland