By Paul OsborneThe 2015 International Association for Disabled Sailing (IFDS) Combined World Championships has been officially launched by businessman and sailing enthusiast, Simon McKeon.
By Daniel Etchells
Australia's sailing team has officially opened an extended deck at its National Training Centre (NTC), designed to meet all the demands of high performance Paralympic sailors as they continue their quest for gold medals at Rio 2016.
By Paul OsborneFrance have recorded a dominant display at the European Disabled Sailing European Championship in Valencia as the nation claimed a one-two finish on the waters of the Spanish city.
By Emily GoddardDaniel Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch have added the SKUD 18 world title to the Paralympic gold medal they won at London 2012.
By Gary AndersonAustralia was the dominant nation on day five of the IFDS Combined Sailing World Championships, as four of its crews claimed wins at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron in Halifax, Canada.
By Gary AndersonFor a second day lack of wind hampered racing at the Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships in Halifax, Canada, where only the SKUD 18 class races were completed, in which Australians Daniel Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch took control.
By Gary AndersonBritain's Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell moved to the top of the SKUD 18 standings with another win on a day that saw one race in each class take place due to light winds at the Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships in Halifax, Canada.
By Gary AndersonGreat Britain's Helena Lucas has gained control of the 2.4mR class at the Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships after a steady day of racing saw her move from third to first in Halifax, Canada.
By Gary AndersonAll three classes at the International Federation for Disabled Sailing Combined (IFDS) World Championships in Halifax, Canada are nicely poised after the first day of racing at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron.
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