New Zealand's double medallist Polly Powrie has announced her retirement from Olympic sailing.
Uruguayan claims girls' laser radial gold as action comes to a close at Youth Sailing World Championships
Uruguay’s Rio 2016 flagbearer Dolores Moreira Fraschini claimed the girls’ laser radial title at the Youth World Sailing Championships after finishing fifth in the last race on the final day of action in Auckland.
Israel's Yoav Omer and Emma Wilson of Britain secured gold in the boys' and girls' RS:X events respectively as five titles were decided on the penultimate day of racing at the Youth Sailing World Championships in Auckland.
Israel’s Yoav Omer moved a step closer to clinching the gold medal in the boy’s RS:X competition at the Youth Sailing World Championships as he opened up a 19-point lead with another strong showing in Auckland.
Omer claims hat-trick of victories to open up huge boy's RS:X lead at Youth Sailing World Championships
Israel’s Yoav Omer claimed a hat-trick of race victories to extend his advantage at the top of the boy’s RS:X competition to 16 points at the Youth Sailing World Championships in Auckland.
French duo Charles Dorange and Tim Mourniac took the early lead in the Nacra 15 competition at the Youth Sailing World Championships in Auckland as the class made its first-ever appearance at the event.
Twin sisters Courtney and Brianna Reynolds-Smith will be competing alongside each other in the 420 class at the 2016 Youth Sailing World Championships due to be held in Torbay in Auckland between December 14 to 20.
Pavlos Kontides won his head-to-head battle with Australia’s Matt Wearn to secure victory in the laser class at the Sailing World Cup Final in Melbourne.
Poland's Zofia Klepacka banished the disappointment of not being selected for the OIympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as she sealed the gold medal in the women’s RS:X event at the Sailing World Cup Final in Melbourne.
Matt Wearn of Australia claimed the lead in the laser division on home water as action resumed at the Sailing World Cup Final at Melbourne's St Kilda foreshore today.
Legendary sailor Paul Elvstrøm has died aged 88 at his birthplace in Hellerup in Denmark.
Bad weather forced competition to be postponed today at the Sailing World Cup final at Melbourne's St Kilda foreshore.
Australia's Jake Lilley and Caleb Paine of the United States renewed their rivalry from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games today at the Sailing World Cup final at Melbourne's St Kilda foreshore.
The opening day of competition at the Sailing World Cup Final saw all ten Olympic events and open kiteboarding complete a full schedule of racing in a 10 to 12 knot south-westerly breeze across Melbourne's Port Phillip.
A total of 36 nations have registered competitors for the Sailing World Cup Final due to be begin tomorrow at Melbourne's St Kilda foreshore and adjacent waters