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Dutch and French windsurfing golds

France have emerged as the top nation from the Men's and Women's Windsurfing at Rio 2016.

Laser medals firm up

Further Olympic medals have firmed up day six of the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition, with Croatia gaining it first ever sailing medal.

RS:X Men Gold and silver decided

It was a light and frustrating day for many in the Olympic sailing competition, but not for the London 2012 gold and silver medallists in the Men's Windsurfer, with the Netherland's Dorian van Rijs

Scott and Thompson on the ascent

Day three of sailing at Rio 2016 had two very differing complexions with the inshore courses forcing the sailors to make the best of a light-wind lottery, while out to sea it couldn't have been mor

Gold for Giles Scott with a day to spare

Sunday's racing saw Britain's Giles Scott securing Finn gold before even sailing the medal race.

Speaking Finn

Having been at the top of his class for some eight years, Giles Scott, like Nick Thompson, is only now finally getting a crack at the big one, the Olympic Games, this week.

Zbogar makes sense of Sugarloaf lottery

Day two of the Olympic Sailing Competition produced lighter winds more expected at this time of year in Rio, and the southeasterly breeze was mostly around five to seven knots with only occasional

Fifth time lucky for Nick Dempsey?

Aside from Brazilian legend, Robert Scheidt, who is gunning for a sixth Olypmic sailing medal this week, one of the most capped Olympic sailors competing at Rio 2016 is Team GBR’s RS:X vetera

Dempsey flies

Nick Dempsey got off to a blazing start on the opening day of sailing at the Rio 2016 Olympics finishing one point short of a perfect scoreline after three races were sailed in the RS:X Men’s

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