A brutal northwesterly blew across Corio Bay this afternoon forcing the abandonment of the final race in the 2015 International 14 World Championship being held at the Royal Geelong Yacht Club.
Peter Burling, who turned 24 on 1 January, leaves Sorrento tonight with the McDougall + McConaghy 2015 International Moth World Championship title, the event hosted by the Sorrento Sailing Couta Bo
Britain’s Glen Truswell and Sam Pascoe have locked in the 2015 International 14 World Championship title with a day to spare after another superb display of confident racing on Geelong’
New Zealander Peter Burling continued his near-flawless run on day 5 of the McDougall + McConaghy 2015 International Moth World Championship being hosted by the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club (SS
Sir Ben Ainslie has accepted an official Guinness World Record Certificate for Bart’s Bash, the charity global sailing race that took place on 21 September 2014.
After a gear and crew damaging Race 5 yesterday, today’s lay day is a welcome reprieve for the sailors competing in the 2015 International 14 World Championships in Geelong.
Despite their best attempts, race officials were forced to abandon racing on day 4 of the McDougall + McConaghy 2015 International Moth World Championship being hosted by the Sorrento Sailing Couta
Britain’s Glen Truswell and Sam Pascoe turned misfortune into fortune, when they took on today’s extraordinary weather on Corio Bay to deliver a convincing win in Race 5, of the 2015 In
In the weeks leading up to the McDougall + McConaghy 2015 Moth Worlds, defending champion Nathan Outteridge was contemplating who among the 160 entries would be his major competition for the title,
Australian skippers Brad Devine and Lindsay Irwin did their best to upset the dominance of the British today fighting them with vengeance in Race 4 of the International 14 World Championship being