Nicholas Heiner extended his lead at the top of the Finn European Championships in Cádiz.
Auckland has been announced as the host of the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships in 2019.
Dutch sailor Nicholas Heiner took an early lead at the Finn European Championships in Cádiz, following three races.
World Sailing have renewed half of their classes for the 2024 Olympics in Paris, with a review now expected to assess the remaining categories.
World Sailing have become the first federation to be awarded the international sustainability standard ISO 20121.
Hélène Noesmoen rose from fourth to first place in a dramatic women's R:SX medals race as action concluded across five classes today at the Sailing World Cup in Miami.
No racing was possible on day four at the Sailing World Cup in Miami as the wind and sea state became calmer and calmer throughout the day.
Japan's Fujiko Onishi made a good start on the opening day of the Sailing World Cup in Miami, as the wind played havoc with the schedule.
Germany's Jens Kroker has become the first Para-competitor to be elected to World Sailing's Athletes' Commission.
France's Théo Revil and Gautier Guevel came out on top in a three-way fight for the gold medal in the boys' 29er class at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya.
Italy's Margherita Porro and Sofia Leoni secured the first gold medal at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya today with two races to spare in the girl's 29er class.
United States' Charlotte Rose and Uruguay's Dolores Moreira Fraschini are locked in a see-saw battle for the women's laser radial lead at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya.
Belgium's Lucas Claeyssens and her crew Anne Vandenberghe held on to the overall lead in the 15 helm category after another good display at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya in China.
Charlotte Rose of the US sent out a strong signal of intent at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya, China, by winning both girl’s laser radial races.
Around 380 up-and-coming sailors, representing 62 nations, are due to participate at the World Sailing Youth World Championships when racing begins tomorrow in Sanya.