Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti of Italy, Pierre Le Coq of France and Noga Geller of Israel took gold at Marseille Bay today as the first three medal races of the Sailing World Cup final.
Sailors were thwarted by weather conditions on the third day of the Sailing World Cup Final in Marseille.
Olympic bronze medallist Pierre Le Coq of France secured two victories to move to the top of the men's RS:X leaderboard on the second day of the the Sailing World Cup Final in Marseille.
Defending Sailing World Cup Final champions Hannah Mills and Eilidh McIntyre won the second women's 470 race of the day to take an early lead as this year's event began in Marseille.
Great Britain's Ben Cornish dramatically won the gold medal in the men's finn on the final day of the World Sailing 2017 World Cup Final in Santander.
Spanish duo Fernando Echavarri and Tara Pacheco delighted their home fans as they claimed a deserved Nacra 17 gold medal at the World Sailing 2017 World Cup Final in Santander.
Today's action at the World Sailing 2017 World Cup Final in Santander saw the medal race places decided in six of the 11 events.
Action at the Sailing World Cup Final on Santander Bay reached the halfway stage today with the battle in the women's laser radial becoming increasingly tense.
Germany's Philipp Buhl enjoyed a consistent day of racing as he moved up to third in the men's laser event at the Sailing World Cup Final on Santander Bay.
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.
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