By Michael Pavitt
Three classes saw sailors claim back-to-back race victories, as the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup reached the halfway mark in Miami, overcoming a constantly altering wind on the third day of the regatta.
By Liam Morgan
New Zealand enjoyed an excellent session of racing at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup in Miami as they ended day two leading three classes at the event.
By Michael Pavitt
Changing weather conditions posed a problem for competitors on the first day of racing at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup, in Miami, with 856 sailors competing across 10 Olympic and three Paralympic events.
By Emily GoddardChinese city Qingdao has been selected to remain as the Asian venue for the International Sailing Federation World Cup in 2015 and 2016 having already hosted the past two years' events.
By Nick ButlerAustralia and Great Britain won two titles apiece at the 2014 International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi today, with New Zealand, Austria, Slovenia and Belgium among other nations to taste victory.
By Paul OsborneDouble Olympic silver medallist Ian Walker has been named the latest ambassador of Laureus, the universal movement that celebrates the power of sport to bring people together as a force for good.
By Emily GoddardNearly 300 of the best sailors from across the globe, including World Sailors of the Year, Olympic medallists, world champions and a Volvo Ocean Race superstar, are gearing up for the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi this month.
By Nick ButlerAustralia's James Spithill has been awarded the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Sailor of the Year award after leading Oracle Team USA to their sensational America's Cup success last year.
By Daniel Etchells
Jerome Pels, chief executive of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF), has resigned after spending more than 17 years with the organisation.
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