Greek Olympic sailor Leonidas Pelekanakis has died aged 58 after a two-month battle with coronavirus.
The United States' Bill Bentsen, an Olympic champion in sailing from the Munich 1972 Games, has died at the age of 90.
The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) has announced that the 76th edition of the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has been cancelled for 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stand-up paddle and windsurf board manufacturer Starboard has won this year's World Sailing 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award.
World Sailing has paid tribute to Athens 2004 Olympic gold medallist Kevin Burnham who has died aged 63.
France's Charline Picon and Israel's Yoav Cohen sealed victory at the RS:X European Championships after the medal races were completed today at Vilamoura in Portugal.
France's Charline Picon and Israel's Yoav Cohen maintained the lead in the women's and men's categories respectively on day three of the RS:X European Championships in Vilamoura in Portugal.
France’s Charline Picon and Israel’s Yoav Cohen have strengthened their positions at the top of the standings after the second day’s racing at the RS:X European Championships in Vilamoura.
Four-time Winter Olympic silver medallist Ivica Kostelić has targeted competing at the Paris 2024 Olympics in the mixed two-person keelboat offshore sailing event.
Olympic champion Charline Picon tops the women’s standings after the opening three races at the RS:X European Championships in Vilamoura.
Newly elected World Sailing vice-president Philip Baum has targeted the 2026 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Dakar as an important opportunity to promote the sport in Africa.
World Sailing has announced a shortlist of four for this year’s 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award - and the public will be given the chance to vote for their favourite initiative for the first time.
Windsurfers are set to return to action at the RS:X European Championships following an eight-month break in major competition.
New Chinese World Sailing President excited to see Shenzhen seal five-year World Match Racing Tour deal
Recently-elected World Sailing President Quanhai Li hopes Shenzhen's five-year spell as host for the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) Finals will increase participation and attract new interest in China.
Australia’s first Paralympic gold-medal winning sailors have been inducted into the country’s Sailing Hall of Fame