The Japan Sailing Federation (JSF) has issued an apology after a captive dolphin show was used at the Opening Ceremony of the ongoing Tokyo 2020 test event and World Cup competition in Enoshima.
Racing continued at the Tokyo 2020 venue in the Sailing World Cup series, which boasts a field of 35 Olympic medallists, with the Brazilian Olympic champions leading the 49erFX competition.
Enoshima welcomed 466 sailors from 44 nations to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue for day one of the Sailing World Cup today, where the world champions from last month in Aarhus, Denmark came to the fore.
World Sailing has issued an apology and expressed its disappointment after the Opening Ceremony for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 test event was held at a dolphin aquarium and featured a show using the aquatic mammals.
France 2, skippered by Pierrick Letouze, have moved into a three-point lead after the first day of final racing at the World University Sailing Championship in Cherbourg.
Spain 2 slip as Australia 2 and women's boat France 3 top qualifying at World University Sailing Championship
Overnight leaders Spain 2 dropped to third at the end of qualifying after day three of the World University Sailing Championship in Cherbourg as Australia 2 finished top.
Spain 2 maintained their overnight lead after day two of the World University Sailing Championship in Cherbourg.
Spain's second crew lead the way after day one of the World University Sailing Championship in Cherbourg in France.
Ten nations will be represented at the World University Sailing Championship, beginning tomorrow in Cherbourg in France.
World Sailing is inviting nominations for the male and female Rolex World Sailor of the Year awards.
International Federation of Kitesports Organisations (IFKO) President Diogo Paes Fernandes has called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to assist them in preventing World Sailing performing what they claim is a "takeover" of their sport.
Italy's Ruggero Tita and Caterina Marianna Banti won the gold medal in the Nacra 17 foiling class on the final day of the Sailing World Championships in Aarhus.
Annemiek Bekkering and Annette Deutz of The Netherlands snatched gold in a dramatic 49erFX medal race as Austrians Tanja Frank and Lorena Abicht capsized after falling victim to a huge wind shift at the World Sailing Championships in Aarhus.
Emma Plasschaert held off the challenge of Dutch Olympic gold medallist Marit Bouwmeester to win Belgium's first laser radial title at the World Sailing Championships in Aarhus today.
Zsombor Berecz became the first Hungarian to win the Finn class at a World Sailing Championships after he usurped Olympic gold medallist Max Salminen of Sweden in a dramatic finish in Aarhus.