British Sailing Team and British Youth Sailing (RYA) have teamed up to keep kids motivated during the COVID-19 lockdown with their new project, Sail From Home.
World Sailing has provided an update on the number of international Olympic sailing events that have either been postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race has been postponed with immediate effect due to the ongoing global outbreak of coronavirus.
World Sailing has cancelled its Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) for 2020 because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Organisers of the 470 World Championship were forced to postpone the sailing event on the eve of competition due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The final sailing qualification event for this year's Olympic Games in Genoa has been cancelled due to coronavirus, with World Sailing hoping to reschedule the event to ensure quota places can be allocated.
Organisers of the ongoing Clipper Round the World Yacht Race have been forced to change the route to avoid China, due to the coronavirus outbreak.
World Sailing and the Professional Squash Association (PSA) have both signed the United Nations Sport for Generation Equality Initiative.
New Zealand has named their first athletes for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with seven sailors selected.
Twelve manufacturers and designers have engaged with World Sailing in the process to choose equipment for the new offshore keelboat event, which will debut at the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Elliot Hanson has been announced as the final sailor in Britain's Olympic sailing team for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Lilian de Geus and Kiran Badloe won the women's and men's gold medal, respectively, to seal a Dutch double at the RS:X World Championships in Sorrento in Australia.
The Netherlands' Kiran Badloe holds a 10-point lead in the men's event going into tomorrow's medal race at the RS:X World Championships in Sorrento in Australia.
Olympic champion Marit Bouwmeester clinched the Laser Radial Women's World Championship title after only one race was possible in the gold-medal fleet on the final day in Melbourne.
Israel's Noy Drihan has retained her lead in the women's overall standings after a consistent performance today at the RS:X World Championships in Sorrento in Australia.