Australian Team Announced For 2018 Youth World Championships

Australia will field a team laced with raw talent, discipline and experience at the Youth Sailing World Championships this year,

No Rest For Australian Team and Squad Sailors

Days after winning the 470W class at a regatta on one side of the continent, rising stars Nia Jerwood and

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We at Australian Sailing would like to offer our deep gratitude to everyone who has helped to make 2017 another outstanding year for

Gold Among Young Aussies’ World Championship Treasure

Australia is celebrating new world champion sailors after Otto Henry and Rome Featherstone came from behind to claim the gold

Aussies In World Championship Hunt

Brother and sister team Shannon and Jayden Dalton are in the box seat to become Australia’s next world champion sailors,

Sail Sydney Day 4: Olympic Classes Draw To A Close

Sail Sydney’s Olympic class section has ended with national team and squad members winning six of the eight fleets. Australian

Youth Team Pressing Hard As World Championships Reach Business End

Australian crews remain in contention for a medal in two classes as we enter the second half of the Youth

Sail Sydney Day 3: Thrilling Contests To Decide Olympic Classes

Tasman rivalries will come to an exciting crescendo on Sydney Harbour tomorrow when medallists are decided in the seven Olympic

Medal Hopes Make A Move At Youth Worlds

420 Boys sailors Otto Henry and Rome Featherstone are in pole position after securing a second and a first placing

Sail Sydney Day 2: Next Generation Of Women Sailors Shine

Olympic silver medallist Lisa Darmanin has welcomed the high standard of sailing by female competitors at Sail Sydney and shared

Aussie Youth Team Starts Strongly Despite Protest

The Australian Sailing Youth Team will enter the second day of competition at the Youth Sailing World Championships in China

Sail Sydney Day 1: Belcher And Ryan See Benefits In Japanese Alliance

Australian Sailing Team star Mat Belcher admits he and partner Will Ryan are not yet in the swing of campaigning

Olympic Medallists To Battle It Out At Sail Sydney International

The daunting prospect of confronting Australia’s powerful Laser class team at the site of the 2000 Olympic regatta has failed

Young Sailors Keen To Extend Australia’s Proud History At Youth World Championships

Australia’s 14-strong team for the Youth Sailing World Championships in China fields only one sailor who has been to the

Trans-Tasman Duels Among Sail Sydney’s Key Attractions

Former Youth World Champions in the 29er, Natasha Bryant and Annie Wilmot, will use their results against New Zealand’s 2016

Sail Melbourne Day 4: New Chapter Written In Burton-Wearn Rivalry

Recent podium finishes have only whetted Matt Wearn’s appetite for success. Instead of playing second fiddle to Olympic Laser champion

Sail Melbourne Day 3: Carrie Smith And Jaime Ryan Keen To Lead Female Resurgence

Rio Olympians Carrie Smith and Jaime Ryan are cherishing the opportunity to race against male sailors at Sail Melbourne International,

Sail Melbourne Day 2: Burton Back In Business After Motivation Struggle

Tom Burton has shot into the lead in the hotly contested Laser class at Sail Melbourne, with a pair of

Sail Melbourne Day 1: Lilley Leads 'Finest Sailor In The World'

Jake Lilley has hinted at the competitive camaraderie that exists in the Australian Sailing Team, crediting part of his dominating

‘Big Fella’ Sees Big Picture At Sail Melbourne

Recently appointed Australian Sailing Performance Director Iain Murray has challenged the nation’s top Olympic class sailors to show their full