Olympic silver medallist Tonci Stipanovic claimed the lead in the laser fleet on day one of the Sailing World Cup in Qingdao in China today.
The first international Olympic class sailing event since Rio 2016 will begin tomorrow as the Qingdao World Cup gets underway in China.
Australia dominate but Frenchman claims final Paralympic sailing gold after sport axed from Tokyo 2020
Damien Seguin of France claimed the last Paralympic sailing gold medal before the sport is taken off the programme with a last gasp victory in the 2.4mR one person keelboat category at Marina da Glória in Rio de Janeiro.
World Sailing have invited nominations for the men’s and women’s World Sailor of the Year Awards, with one sailor or crew due to be given the honour in each category.
Former World Sailing President Paul Henderson has announced his intention to challenge Carlo Croce for another term as the President of the sport’s governing body, with kiteboarding a central reason for his attempt.
Argentina’s Santiago Lange and Cecilia Carranza Saroli became the first sailors to win the Nacra 17 gold at an Olympic Games after surviving a nail biting medal race on Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro today.
Charline Picon of France got her hands on what had been an elusive Olympic gold medal as she came through a gripping final day to win the women's RS:X title on Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro today.
Exclusive: "No danger" of delay to Olympic sailing competition, in spite of deployment of giant cranes to damaged ramp
The start of the Olympic sailing competition next Monday (August 8) will not be delayed, according to Andy Hunt, chief executive of World Sailing.
A leading Rio 2016 official has given a "100 per cent guarantee" that all athletes competing at Olympic water venues will be safe, despite fresh concerns over rising pollution levels.
A main ramp allowing boats to access water at the Marina de Gloria sailing venue has collapsed today amid strong waves in the latest indication of poor construction work for the Olympic and Paralympic Games here.
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.
Concerns over the water quality at the Rio 2016 sailing venue on Guanabara Bay have risen after sailors complained about an oil slick when practicing ahead of the Olympic and Paralympics Games.
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.