World Sailing has put forward a mixed two person keelboat offshore event for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Brouwer and Riou earn women's prize as Kontides claims men's top honour at World Sailor of the Year awards
Carolijn Brouwer of the Netherlands and France's Marie Riou were crowned winners of the female World Sailor of the Year award as Cyprus' Pavlos Kontides scooped the men's prize at a ceremony held in Sarasota.
The Board of World Sailing has announced a proposed change to the Paris 2024 regatta on the eve of their Annual Conference in Sarasota in the United States, it has been reported.
World Sailing has revised the Spring dates for the World Cup Series in Genoa - the new European continental qualification regatta for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - and the Hyéres Regatta in 2019 and 2020.
World Sailing have announced four vessels for their inaugural Boat of the Year award, which recognises "innovative design and technological advancements".
World Sailing has announced that the Atlantic Cup, Corpus Christi Yacht Club, The Green Blue and Project Litefoot have been shortlisted for the 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award.
The Russian Yachting Federation (RUSYF) have released a statement claiming the sport’s world governing body cannot discuss political matters after the Sailing Federation of Ukraine (SFU) asked World Sailing (WA) to ban them for holding competitions in Crimea.
Public voting has opened for World Sailing's 2018 Rolex Sailor of the Year awards, the governing body's principle annual prizes.
The Sailing Federation of Ukraine (SFU) have asked the sport's governing body to ban Russia as a member federation, amid tensions over the Crimean Peninsula.
World Sailing has formally recognised and sanctioned a new fan-centric grand prix racing circuit called SailGP as a Special Event.
World Sailing and sponsors Rolex have announced the nominees for the World Sailor of the Year awards.
Gold medallists confirmed at Sailing World Cup as weather prevents action in all-but two fleets in Japan
Japan's Keiju Okada and Jumpei Hokazono were among the athletes to claim gold as weather prevented medal races from taking place in all but two fleets at the Sailing World Cup and Tokyo 2020 test event in Enoshima.
Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin of Australia secured the gold medal in the Nacra 17 class following a controversial day of racing at the Sailing World Cup and Tokyo 2020 test event in Enoshima.
Light winds and rainfall meant that just one race out of 28 scheduled could be completed at the Sailing World Cup and Tokyo 2020 test event in Enoshima.
World Sailing have expressed shock and disappointment after the sport failed with its bid for reinstatement onto the Paralympic Games programme at Paris 2024.