Roberta Caputo has been axed from the Italian team for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after she tested positive for banned substance clostebol.
Croce vows to make World Sailing a "global leader in sporting governance" after unveiling election manifesto
World Sailing President Carlo Croce has unveiled his election manifesto titled “A New Era for World Sailing” which outlines six key themes the Italian would aim to tackle should he be re-elected to the role.
World Sailing has opened its nominations process ahead of the governing body's Presidential election in November.
Australia have named a six strong sailing team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games with Liesl Tesch, who was robbed at gunpoint close to the Guanabara Bay sailing venue, among those included.
Watchmaker Rolex has extended its sponsorship of World Sailing's World Sailor of the Year Awards for 2016.
Danish duo Daniel Bjornholt Christensen and Josephine Frederiksen wrapped up the Hobie Cat World Championships title on the final day of the event in Dapeng Bay in China.
World champions Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic won the men’s 470 medal race to claim gold on the final day of action at the Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland.
Britain’s Giles Scott made the most of the sole finn race to take the lead in the class on the penultimate day of the Sailing World Cup leg in Weymouth and Portland as a lack of wind continued to affect proceedings.
Windsurfer Toni Wilhelm continued his superb form on another wind-affected day at the Sailing World Cup leg in Weymouth and Portland, claiming two victories in the R:SX class.
Scott underlines form ahead of Olympic debut at Rio 2016 on first full day of racing at home Sailing World Cup
Britain's Giles Scott made a strong start in the Finn class on the first full day of action at the Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland today.
China's Wang takes sole victory on windless opening day at Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland
China’s Aichen Wang was the sole race winner on the opening day of Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland as light winds plagued the venue of the London 2012 Olympic sailing competition.
World Sailing have invited cities to bid for the right to host the governing body’s Annual Conference in 2017 and 2018.
Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland to provide final opportunity for Rio 2016 hopefuls to shine
The Sailing World Cup in Weymouth and Portland is set to begin later this week, providing Olympic hopefuls with a final opportunity to shine before they head to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games.
World Sailing appoint former USOC and BOA communications director as chief press officer for Rio 2016
Former United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and British Olympic Association (BOA) communications expert Darryl Seibel has been confirmed as chief press officer by World Sailing for Rio 2016.
World Sailing say they are encouraged by improving water quality at Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro - where Olympic and Paralympic action will take place this year.