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Return to Weymouth

The eyes of the sailing world return to Weymouth and Portland with Olympic medallists returning to the venue of the London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition for ISAF Sailing World Cup Weymouth and P

ISAF fights back for Paralympic sailing

ISAF has announced a new Paralympic Development Program.

The ISAF Paralympic Development Program aims to:

Paralympic campaigning

ISAF is to campaign for Disabled Sailing's inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and has appointed VERO Communications to advise and support its campaign.

Upset in the 49er

The Medal Race format in Olympic sailing is designed to create drama and uncertainty, especially when the wind is blowing hard - which it did on the final day of Delta Lloyd Regatta.

Weguelin and McIntyre ahead

Day 3 of the Delta Lloyd Regatta brought stronger winds and steeper waves, making it the most physically challenging day so far for the 707 teams from 74 nations.

Three out of three for Dutch FX team

Annemieke Bekkering and Annette Duetz turned on the afterburners of their 49er FX skiff to take three wins from three races on the second day of Delta Lloyd Regatta in Holland.

Hannah White - Speedbird

Sailor and broadcaster, Hannah White today launched her bid to become the fastest woman on water over one nautical mile when she unveiled her latest venture: Project Speedbird.

Saxton and Groves poised in the Nacra 17

It was a strong wind opening day for the 700 boats competing at the Delta Lloyd Regatta in Medemblik, Holland.

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