Dinghy

Weymouth comes good on Medal Race day

On the fifth and final day of trying, wind speeds at last crept into double figures at the Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland.

Fresh challenge - getting ahead in the 49erFX

A further lack of wind and an overcast sky over Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour, alongside a forecast that indicated no improvement, created some down-heartedness on the penultimate morning of th

Final 10s decided

The scene is set for Sunday's Live Medal Races at Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland after a 20:15 finish saw the leaderboards in the ten Olympic fleets shape up nicely for the finale.

Light and tight

'Tight' and 'light' were the main descriptors used by sailors at Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland as challenging conditions continued across the London 2012 Olympic waters.

Britannia rules the waves...

Day three of the Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland was a second difficult one for race officials.

Nick Thompson: Two time World Champ in Weymouth

With 10 knots of breeze that steadily died during the day, tide that was taking the boats over the line and a mist that often made it hard to see the next mark, it was challenging opening day of ra

One race day in Weymouth

Aichen Wang (CHN) was winner of the sole race on the opening day of Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland as light winds plagued the venue of the London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition.

Syndicate content