At the Salon Nautique in Paris, the French challenger for the 2013 International C Class Catamaran Championship in partnership with the French National Sailing Centre (Ecole Nationale de Voile et d
Today’s 18ft Skiff race on Sydney Harbour was both Race 2 of the NSW Championship as well as the concluding race (brought about by last week’s postponed race) of the AEG 3-Buoys Challen
The Australian Sailing Team has announced that John Bertrand (the American version, as opposed to the Australia II skipper) has been appointed Finn class coach.
Given that it was classic light and variable conditions with 5-10 knots from the northeast before racing began, through to the southeast, Race Management did well to get as much racing in on Friday
Early in the morning the wind was blowing 15 knots out of the south but by 1600, it was just less than half that and coming from the east.
From the outset, ISAF Sailing World Cup and Sail Melbourne IRO, Ross Wilson was clear about his intention to get the Olympic classes sailing again today.
I always knew I wanted to carry on for 2016, but because match racing is out for the Rio Games this has involved a change in class to the catamaran.
Around 1400 local time today, the wind peaked on Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay at 47 knots from the southwest and for the rest of the time it averaged 25+ knots.
RYA Volvo National Youth Squad sailor Saskia Sills was yesterday announced as one of the 10 contenders on the shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award 2012.