Can America’s Cup events survive spread of Coronavirus ?

With many sporting events cancelled, questions are now being asked as to the viability of the planned America’s Cup World Series events in Cagliari, Sardinia and Portsmouth UK over the next couple of months

World Sailing blindsided by Coronavirus?

World Sailing may just have been blindsided by the rapidly changing coronavirus situation in Italy

World Sailing go ahead with World Cup Series Final in Japan

Following the announcement by Japan that they had postponed the training of Olympic volunteers due to the coronavirus outbreak, World Sailing issued the following . . .

Manufacturers Pitch for Olympic Keelboat qualification status

Twelve manufacturers and designers have thrown their hats in the ring, with their responses to World Sailing’s Request for Information from Manufacturers, of suitable Equipment (boats) for the Paris 2024 Olympics

World Sailing reveal the Paris 2024 Sailing Programme

Normally World Sailing feature their major interest output on their flagship website to achieve maximuim coverage. But they somehow ignored this insight into how Sailing will look at Paris 2024

Latest World Sailing Presidential Newsletter summerises 2019

The President of World Sailing, Kim Andersen, issued his regular monthly Newsletter rounding up the 2019 sailing year

Looking back at 2019, the good, the bad and the rest . . .

Looking at 2019 the good, the bad and the rest . . . The new 75ft foiling monohull for the 36th America’s Cup dominated the Internet news as the first versions were revealed by the four competing teams

World Sailing issues Request For Information for Olympic keelboat

World Sailing issues Request For Information for Olympic keelboat

Interim Management of World Sailing

Interim management of World Sailing – The President of World Sailing Kim Andersen has been planning the future after 9 Decenber . . .

Finn is an Olympic class act!

The Finn class refuses to be discouraged by the results of last month’s World Sailing Conference in Bermuda . . . And they have a point