Britain’s Giles Scott earned his third Finn Gold Cup title after two impressive results on the fifth day of the regatta saw his lead become insurmountable ahead of tomorrow’s medal race in Takapuna, New Zealand.
Britain’s Giles Scott closed in on winning the Finn Gold Cup for the third time in his career after extending his lead over his nearest rival to 52 points after the fourth day of racing in Takapuna, New Zealand.
France’s Fabian Pic starred on the third day of the Finn Gold Cup - claiming a victory and a second place finish in the two races sailed - but Britain’s Giles Scott was able to extend his lead further in Takapuna, New Zealand.
Britain’s Giles Scott claimed the outright lead after the defending champion won the only race on a disrupted second day of the Finn Gold Cup in Takapuna, New Zealand.
Defending champion Giles Scott of Britain and home favourite Andrew Murdoch of New Zealand share the lead after the opening day of racing at the 2015 Finn Gold Cup in Takapuna, with the event acting as the second Olympic qualifier for the discipline.
Italian windsurfing great Alessandra Sensini was one of seven sailors to be inducted into the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Hall of Fame during the governing body’s 2015 Annual Conference in Sanya, China.
New Zealand duo Peter Burling and Blair Tuke and Great Britain’s Sarah Ayton have been named the 2015 International Sailing Federation (ISAF) male and female Rolex World Sailors of the Year respectively at a ceremony in Sanya, China.
Mathew Belcher and Will Ryan have been rewarded for their victories at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup Final and 470 World Championships with the duo claiming the 2015 Yachting Australia Male Sailor of the Year award.
Antigua Sailing Week Organising Committee chair Kathy Lammers has been elected President of the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) at the organisation’s Annual Conference in St Martin.
Bruce Burton has been elected as the new President of US Sailing after previous head Thomas Hubbell completed his three-year term in charge of the governing body.
Australian double act Belcher and Ryan retain men's 470 title as ISAF World Cup Final comes to a close
Australia’s Mat Belcher and Will Ryan won the men’s 470 medal race at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi to complete the successful defence of their title.
Britain’s Bryony Shaw claimed a hat-trick of race victories to take a giant step towards successfully defending her International Sailing Federation (ISAF) women’s RS:X World Cup title in Abu Dhabi.
Defending women’s 470 champions Jolanta Ogar and Lara Vadlau of Austria recovered from yesterday’s disappointing disqualification at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup by claiming first and second place finishes in Abu Dhabi today.
Australian duo Mat Belcher and Will Ryan began the defence of their International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup title in commanding fashion as they finished first and second in the opening two races of the men’s 470 class in Abu Dhabi today.
Belcher and Ryan among reigning champions seeking to defend titles at ISAF World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi
Australia’s Mat Belcher and Will Ryan begin as the overwhelming favourites to defend their International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup Final men’s 470 title, with the four-day event set to get underway in the United Arab Emirates’ capital city Abu Dhabi tomorrow.