Sail Melbourne 2022 – It’s a Wrap

Sail Melbourne 2022 was very much a local event . . . The days of long distance travel to these Olympic class regattas were already on the wane before the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Sail Melbourne – Para Sailing National Championships conclude on Day 4

The Australia Para Sailing National Championships concluded on another stunning Melbourne day at Sail Melbourne on Sunday

Sail Melbourne – Day 3

Tokyo Olympic champion Matt Wearn has continued his domination of the ILCA 7 Laser class, posting his sixth straight race win at Sail Melbourne

Sail Melbourne – Day 2 adds Kiteboarding and Wind Foil to the mix

Plenty of heat on and off the water on Day 2 of Sail Melbourne 2022, as kiteboards and wing foils took to Port Phillip for their first day of racing in 32-degree temperatures

Sail Melbourne – Opening day for Olympic and invited class regatta

Australia’s pinnacle Olympic and invited class regatta, Sail Melbourne opened on Port Phillip with a 32-degree day, and 20 knots of shifty easterly breeze to keep the sailors happy

Sail Melbourne opens the route to Paris 2024

Aussie Olympic aspirants will get an early start on the Paris 2024 selection trail with the return of Australia’s pinnacle Olympic and invited class regatta, Sail Melbourne on Port Phillip

Sail Melbourne – RS:X Gold for Squires

Tom Squires took gold in the men’s RSX at the Sail Melbourne Regatta

Sail Melbourne – Day 4 – Squires and Hanson push for Podium places

Going into the final day of the Sail Melbourne Regatta, Tom Squires leads the men’s RSX by twn points ahead of Yoav Omer of Israel, third is Tom Reuveny of Israel

Sail Melbourne – Day 3 and Squires extends RS:X lead

Day 3 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta and Tom Squires continued his to lead the men’s RSX, adding two more wins to his score

Sail Melbourne – Day 2

Day 2 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta and it is Tom Squires in the men’s RS:X is the top British competitor

Sail Melbourne – Day 1 and a blustery start to racing

Day 1 of the Sail Melbourne Regatta with hte classes split between the Royal Brighton YC and the Sandringham YC

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