Mattia Camboni of Italy and Lilian de Geus of the Netherlands held top positions in the men's and women's RS:X after three days of racing at the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille.
Winds gusting well in excess of 30 knots made things tough to the point of perilous for sailors racing on day two of the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille, before competition was brought to an early close.
Marseille, sailing venue for the Paris 2024 Olympics, witnessed Spain's Jordi Xammar and Nicolás Rodriguez getting off to a flying start at the Hempel World Cup Series Final as they won both of their opening races in the Men's 470.
Marseille, sailing venue for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, is ready to host 325 sailors from 40 nations for the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Final.
Laser class given Paris 2024 lifeline as World Sailing ignores recommendation from Equipment Committee
World Sailing's ruling Council ignored a recommendation from the Equipment Committee to use the RS Aero for the one-person dinghy events at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and instead approved the laser class at its mid-year meeting in London.
RS:X could be dropped as Olympic windsurfing equipment at Paris 2024 after committee rejects board recommendation
RS:X could be dropped as the equipment for the windsurfing events at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games after the World Sailing Equipment Committee rejected a recommendation made by the Board of Directors.
World Sailing has vowed to bring greater stability to the Youth World Championships and has begun to research the challenges the event has faced in recent years.
World Sailing could move away from holding a bidding process for its World Cup Final after the organisation's Events Committee recommended Paris and Los Angeles stage the event in the four years before the cities host the 2024 and 2028 Olympic Games.
Confirmation of the equipment to be used in three classes on the Olympic programme at Paris 2024 is expected to move a step closer when World Sailing holds its mid-year meeting in London this weekend.
World Sailing has partnered with the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) to jointly promote and grow the sport for people with intellectual impairments globally.
We are so used to officials and organisations praising Tokyo 2020 that the ears prick up that much quicker when anything bordering on criticism is pointed in their direction.
Olympic champion Giles Scott of Britain claimed the axing of the finn class from the Paris 2024 Olympic sailing programme had been a "bitter pill to swallow".
The RS Aero has won World Sailing's sea trials for the equipment to be used for the men and women's one person dinghy event at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
World Sailing has dismissed claims the name of the one-person class will be changed from laser to ILCA Dinghy at next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo due to an ongoing equipment dispute.
The Hague in the Netherlands is set to host the 2021 Youth Sailing World Championships as the sport's worldwide governing body confirmed it had not received any bids for the 2022 edition of the event.