The Miami weather saved the best for last on Medal Race day at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami.
The winners of the Paralympic classes have been decided at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami despite racing being cancelled for them on their final day of the competition.
Sailors were rewarded for their patience and hours of onshore preparation with a full day of inconsistent and challenging conditions at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami today.
Day three of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami proved a washout, with rain showers shutting down the wind and making racing impossible across all of the Olympic and Paralympic classes on Biscayne Ba
Patience was a necessary virtue again on the second day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami, as light winds delayed the starts for the second day running.
Tight tactical racing was the name of the game on the second day of ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami as light breeze tested the patience and nerves of the 580 sailors from 50 nations.
John ‘Woody’ Winning and his crew of six on Aberdare have taken out the Historical 18ft Skiff Australian Championship after a tight tussle with 2012 champion Bob ‘Killo&r
Little to no breeze created mirror-like conditions on the calm waters of Biscayne Bay for the opening day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami.
The Irish Sailing Association (ISA) Performance Department kicked off the start of the year with training camps in Gran Canaria, Cadiz and Barcelona in Spain and Sardinia, Italy.