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

Science And Medicine Conference A First For Sailing

A national conference of Australian Sailing’s scientific and medical brains trust is expected to lead to improved communications between programs

Sail Melbourne And Sail Sydney Key To 49er Plans

High-flying 49er team David Gilmour and Joel Turner will use Australia’s premier dinghy boat regattas, Sail Sydney and Sail Melbourne,

Mat Belcher Wins University Prize ... Again

Olympic sailing dual-medallist Mathew Belcher's determination to achieve highly on and off the water has led to his being named

Australian Sailing Team/Squad Celebrated At Awards

Australian Sailing Team and Sailing Squad athletes were well represented among the finalists at the Australian Sailing Awards in Sydney

‘Medal Maker’ Returns To HMAS Penguin For Poignant Anniversary

Victor Kovalenko, the architect of five Olympic gold medals for Australia, will be recognised at a heartfelt ceremony tonight at

Small Aussie Contingent Makes Big Waves At Enoshima

Australian sailors have made a statement at the site of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic regatta, with Jake Lilley and Matthew

Olympic Week To Influence Tokyo Preparation

The outcomes from Enoshima Olympic Week will have a significant impact on the way Australian Sailing approaches the rest of

Sail Melbourne And Sail Sydney Offer Nacra Crews Vital Time On Water

Australia’s top Nacra 17 sailors are keen to gain precious experience in the full-foiling boats at Sail Melbourne and Sail

Medals To Australia At Typhoon-swept World Cup Event

Mat Belcher and Will Ryan have added yet another string to their bow with a convincing Gold medal victory in