American sailors Alphonsus Doerr, Bradley Kendell and Hugh Freund have regained the sonar class lead at the Para World Sailing Championships in Medemblik.
Poland's Monika Gibes and Piotr Cichocki maintained their lead in the SKUD18 class at the Para World Sailing Championships in Medemblik.
Alphonsus Doerr, Bradley Kendell and Hugh Freund moved into the sonar lead at the Para World Sailing Championships are producing two solid results in Medemblik as rival crews faltered.
Defending champion Damien Seguin began the defence of his Para World Sailing Championships title in style with two victories in Medemblik.
Massimo Dighe has been appointed as Para World Sailing Manager by the sport's governing body.
The Para World Sailing Championships will open in Medemblik in The Netherlands tomorrow - the last major opportunity for sailors to prepare for the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
World Sailing have revealed that the first evaluations of proposed Paralympic equipment have taken place as their bid to reinstate the sport for the 2024 Games steps up a notch.
Paul Tingley led the Canadian Sonar team to a gold medal as Para-racing concluded today at the Sailing World Cup in Miami.
World Sailing has announced the names of its race officials for this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Britain’s John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Steve Thomas held off the home challenge on the final day of the Para World Sailing Championships to claim gold in the sonar class in Melbourne.
Home favourites Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch successfully defended their SKUD18 title with a race to spare as the pairing clinched two wins on the penultimate day of the Para World Sailing Championships to build an unassailable lead in Melbourne.
Paralympic gold medallists Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch remain in pole position to claim gold in the SKUD18 class at the Para World Sailing Championships following two more races in challenging conditions in Melbourne.
Australian duo Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch claimed a pair of wins on home water as day three of the Para World Sailing Championships was dominated by challenging weather conditions in Melbourne.
Sydney 2000 Paralympic champion Heiko Kroeger of Germany surged to the top of the 2.4mR class leaderboard with a composed performance on the second day of the Para World Sailing Championships in Melbourne.
Paralympic SKUD18 champions Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch of Australia began their pursuit of a successful title defence in style as they topped the leaderboard after the first day’s racing at the Para World Sailing Championships on home waters in Melbourne.