Where and when will the next America’s Cup be and who will be competiting for it?
Saturday 31 July will see the first sailing medals awarded – men and women’s RS:X – and will be the start of the sailing medal rush
We are finally into the first medal race as Kiran Badloe (NED) put one hand on the Men’s RS:X windsurfer gold medal and the Team GB medal hopes are rising
Enoshima is famous, notorious even, for its big wave action, and that’s what the sailors got on day four of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition. – Video here
Day 3 Highlights of the Tokyo Games where sailing and results were very dependent on when you raced and where with a blustery 14-18 knots early on but then the wind shut down mid-afternoon which caused delays.
Video highlights of what happened globally in the sport of Sailing in the last 7 days, featuring Hugo Boss, J20, Finn, 470, JF35, Swan125, Spindrift 30×30 and more.
It’s been a long time but boat shows are back! The South Coast Boat Show is the first in the UK to open after more than a year.
Join sailing historian David Henshall as he travels back in time to the very first Dinghy Show in 1952 and examines one boat per decade that helped define the time . . . Video here
Reigning champion Zsombor Berecz of Hungary, raised the bar for anyone hoping to take his Finn European title, with back-to-back wins on the penultimate day of racing
Matt Sheahan matches rumour to fact to assess what might happen next for the America’s Cup and whether the trophy that started life in the Solent 170 years ago really could be run in the UK next time around – Video here
A frank look-back at the 36th America’s Cup by the broadcast team of Ken Read, Shirley Robertson, and Nathan Outteridge.