Late start

As the 47th Trofeo Pincesa Sofia Iberostar moved into its Finals phase, the usually reliable sea breezes had not taken note of the transition to the business end of this key Olympic indicator event

Antipodean singlehanders reign

If day 1 of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar proved a close to perfect, straighforward boatspeed day in moderately brisk breezes, Tuesday's races today were much more about being in the right pl

European season opens

On the first day of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia IBEROSTAR, France's four-time Nacra 17 world champions, Billy Besson and Marie Riou, composed a perfect opening day with three back-to-back race wins i

World Sailing 'satisfied'

In a statement, World Sailing says it is satisfied with the progress being made by Rio 2016 and the Brazilian authorities in preparation for the Rio 2016 Olympic & Paralympic Sailing Competitio

Bart's Bash to support disabled sailing

With the decision being made to remove sailing from the Paralympics, the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation pledges to use the funds raised through Bart’s Bash in 2016 to help promote and deve

Five more sailors selected

With 150 days to go to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the British Olympic Association has announced five additional sailors from three classes selected to compete for Team GB this summer.

Golds for Croatia and France

In a medal race battle to the end, stepping away victorious with Gold medals are Camille Lecointre/Helene Defrance (FRA) and Sime Fantela/Igor Marenic (CRO).

Croats out in front

Weather extremes this morning delivered thunder, lightning and heavy rain, keeping fleets ashore, before a breeze of 38 knots swept across the race track.

NZ v Croatia

Taking advantage of the morning breeze, the Race Committee got teams off early on race day 4 at the 470 Worlds to complete three races.

South Africans move into pole

The 470 Men got underway first just before 1600, followed by the 470 Women.

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