Olympic qualification keeps racing sharp

Sailing World Cup Miami presented by Sunbrella acts as the Olympic continental qualification regatta for sailors from North and South America.

Full day

Biscayne Bay provided the 711 sailors from 64 nations with a welcome breeze for Wednesday's racing at Sailing World Cup Miami presented by Sunbrella.

Second tricky day

Sailors opening their curtains in Miami this morning would have been welcomed by a pleasant breeze that was enough to put a grin on their faces.

Head out of the boat opening day

The first big hit out of Olympic and Paralympic sailing in 2016, Sailing World Cup Miami presented by Sunbrella, opened up with the 711 sailors being tried and tested in a light Miami breeze.

New CEO for World Sailing

World Sailing has appointed Andy Hunt, former CEO of the British Olympic Association and a non-executive Director of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games as its new Chief Executive Office

Racing canned

After an idyllic day on Monday and challenging conditions yesterday at the Amlin International Moth Regatta, today brought yet another set of conditions to the regatta hosted by the Royal Bermuda Y

Rashley noses ahead

British Moth specialist Chris Rashley celebrated his 27th birthday today by winning Races 4 and 5 at the Amlin International Moth Regatta in Bermuda.

Early lead for Greenhalgh

To no one’s surprise, a quintet of Britons set the pace today in the first day of the Amlin International Moth Regatta: Rob Greenhalgh, Paul Goodison, Chris Rashley, Chris Draper and Ben Pato

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