• Germany takes lead | 26/09/2002
    At the Disabled Sailing World Championship in Holland
  • After opening two races at the Tornado Worlds in Martha's Vineyard
  • Total Control | 25/09/2002
    At the final event of the Crewsaver UK Series open meetings at HISC
  • A lack of breeze | 24/09/2002
    Not enough wind to get the Tornado Worlds off to a start in Martha's Vineyard
  • Win for Westcountry men | 24/09/2002
    Shelton and White take final event in Laser 5000 UK Series at Hayling Island
  • Itchenor action | 24/09/2002
    Dave Spragg reports from the International 14's Walker Trophy SuperCup in Itchenor SC
  • Lightning Watts | 24/09/2002
    Joan Young reports on the Lightning Racing at Cotswold SC
  • Cheethams take it | 24/09/2002
    The National 12s take Hornsey for the Northern Open Meeting Circuit's ANEYC Trophy
  • Trip to the flatlands | 23/09/2002
    The RS Fat Face Eurocup tool place in Bruinisse, Holland
  • One boat - two venues | 20/09/2002
    National 12s visit Olton and Earlswood
  • Sussex Life | 18/09/2002
    Defending champion Nick Craig retains OK National Championship title
  • K6 Nationals | 18/09/2002
    18 boats took part in this weekend's Gul RS K6 Nationals out of Yarmouth
  • Cherub Nationals | 16/09/2002
    These were held with the Moths at Pembrokeshire YC
  • Flitcroft first | 16/09/2002
    At the Supernova Open Meeting at Cotswold Sailing Club
  • Ed Wright leads Lasers | 14/09/2002
    'Another' British Laser sailor showing excellence at Laser Worlds on Cape Cod
  • First ever SB3 nationals | 12/09/2002
    To be held this weekend out of Warsash
  • The party comes to town | 10/09/2002
    As the RS 400 and 600es descend upon Stone Sailing Club for the next race in their Fat Face 2002 circuit, reports Barney Goswell
  • Davis dominates | 10/09/2002
    The Radials race at the UK Laser Association Club Championship at Weymouth and Portland
  • John Emmett reports from Weymouth & Portland Sailing Academy
  • RS300 Fat Face finish | 10/09/2002
    The RS300s descended upon Oxford Sailing Club at the weekend