World Sailing has awarded its 2021 Youth World Championships to The Hague, the governing body has announced.
Giovanni Coccoluto won the laser class title as Italy clinched the Hempel World Sailing World Cup Series Nations Trophy in Marseille.
Italian Mattia Camboni climbed from fourth to first as he claimed Hempel World Sailing World Cup Series glory in the men's RS:X medal race in Marseille, France.
Italy's Vittorio Bissaro and Maelle Frascari moved within touching distance of the gold medal at the Hempel World Cup Series Final as they raced into form that has been unmatched in the 24-boat Nacra 17 fleet in Marseille.
Mattia Camboni of Italy and Lilian de Geus of the Netherlands held top positions in the men's and women's RS:X after three days of racing at the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille.
Winds gusting well in excess of 30 knots made things tough to the point of perilous for sailors racing on day two of the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille, before competition was brought to an early close.
Marseille, sailing venue for the Paris 2024 Olympics, witnessed Spain's Jordi Xammar and Nicolás Rodriguez getting off to a flying start at the Hempel World Cup Series Final as they won both of their opening races in the Men's 470.
Marseille, sailing venue for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, is ready to host 325 sailors from 40 nations for the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Final.
Britain have named a 17-person squad for the Tokyo 2020 sailing test event, including two Olympic gold medallists.
Taradin and Woyciechowska victorious at Formula Kite Asian Championships after lack of wind forces early finish
A lack of wind and impending bad weather caused a premature end to the 2019 Formula Kite Asian Championships in Beihai in China.
Attempts to give kiteboarding fans a glimpse of what to expect at the 2024 Olympics were dashed after the mixed team racing trial in Beihai, China was cancelled.
Olympic bronze medallist Anne-Marie Rindom and Britain's Lorenzo Chiavarini claimed the laser radial and laser titles, respectively, at the European Championships in Porto.
China's Jingle Chen suffered a frustrating day on home water at the Formula Kite Asian Championships to lose the women's lead in Beihai.
Russia's Denis Taradin won four of the five races held in the men's fleet on day two of the Formula Kite Asian Championships to storm to the top of the rankings as China's home hope Jingle Chen starred in the women's event.
Turkey's Ejder Ginyol finished second in all three races held today at the Formula Kite Asian Championships to top the overall standings in the men's fleet in Beihai.