Sailing

Medal races prove decisive on final day of Miami World Cup sailing

By Michael Pavitt

Philipp Buhl of Germany overcame Britain's Nick Thompson' one point advantage to win the men's laser ©ISAFThe International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup in Miami drew to a close as several week long battles come to a definitive end, with the medal races proving to be decisive in separating competitors in several classes.

Four titles won on penultimate day at sailing World Cup in Miami

By Michael Pavitt

Giles Scott continued his 18 month domination of the Finn class ©ISAFFour gold medals were decided today with a day to spare at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup in Miami, ahead of the concluding medal races tomorrow.

Italian duo in prime position to defend Nacra 17 title at ISAF World Cup

By Daniel Etchells

Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri are well positioned to defend their Nacra 17 title at the ISAF Sailing World Cup ©ISAF Italy's Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri remain on course to retain their International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Nacra 17 World Cup title after maintaining their lead over Great Britain's Ben Saxton and Nicola Groves, and France's Billy Besson and Marie Riou in Miami.

Mixed fortunes for ISAF World Cup leaders in Miami

By Michael Pavitt

Finn fleet in front of the City of Miami ©ISAFThree 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.

New Zealand dominate day two of ISAF World Cup in Miami

By Liam Morgan

New Zealand duo Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders remain on course for a maiden podium finish after they enjoyed a good second day of competition ©ISAFNew 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.

Sailors battle tricky conditions in Miami on first day of ISAF World Cup

By Michael Pavitt

Bruno Fontes overcame the weather conditions to lead the Laser class ©ISAFChanging 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.

Qingdao to remain as Asian ISAF Sailing World Cup venue until 2016

By Emily Goddard

Qingdao, China has been selected as the Asian venue for the ISAF Sailing World Cup in 2015 and 2016 ©ISAFChinese 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.

Shaw secures breakthrough windsurfing gold at ISAF World Cup Final

By Nick Butler

Bryony Shaw celebrates with silver medal winner Charline Picon ©Jesus Renedo/Sailing/Energy ISAFAustralia 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. 

Double Olympic silver medal winning sailor Walker becomes latest Laureus Ambassador

By Paul Osborne

Ian Walker has been named the latest Laureus Ambassador ©Getty ImagesDouble 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.
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