Hyeres Day 2: Skiff Wins Put Aussies Among Leaders

Young 49erFX crew Natasha Bryant and Annie Wilmot have scored a breakthrough result on day two at Hyeres in France,

Hyeres Day 1: 49er Sailors Rise To Lead The Way

Australia’s 49er crews have set the pace for their national teammates on the opening day of the World Cup Series

Aussies Seek To Consolidate And Improve At Hyeres

The Australian Sailing Team and Squad will be in full flight this week, competing alongside more than 600 sailors from

Sailing Expert Joins AIS Tech And Innovation Drive

Ian Burns, who formed a powerful partnership with Australian Sailing Performance Director Iain Murray before working on nine America’s Cup

Olympian Carrie Smith Recruited For Key Coaching Role

Olympic representative Carrie Smith has been appointed as Head of State Coaching in Victoria, Australian Sailing Performance Director Iain Murray

The Palma 'Wins' You May Not Have Heard About

Apart from the wins at the Trofeo Princesa Sofia by Laser sailor Matt Wearn and 470 sailors Mat Belcher and

Palma Final Day: Australian Sailing Team Claims Major Wins To Start European Season

Matt Wearn has credited his national teammates for providing the exceptional training environment that prepared him to take out the

Palma Day Five: Aussies Stand Tall As Belcher And Ryan Do It Again

Fifteen years after claiming the first major title of his illustrious career at Palma in Spain, Australia’s 470 Olympic gold

Palma Day Four: Consistency Propels Wearn To Laser Lead

Australia’s world No.4-ranked Laser sailor Matt Wearn has produced another supremely consistent performance to rocket into the lead on day

Palma Day Three: Wearn Escalates Golden Pursuit, Belcher And Ryan Close To Perfection

Laser World Championship bronze medallist Matt Wearn thrived in the sturdy breeze that swept through Palma to charge into title

Palma Day Two: Aussie World And National Champions Make Their Move

470 world champions Mat Belcher and Will Ryan, 49er national champions David Gilmour and Joel Turner, and ex-youth world champion

Palma Day One: Laser Sailors Lead The Way

Australia’s Laser team has made a strong start to the Palma regatta, the 49th Trofeo Princesa Sofia in Spain, with

Australians To Adopt Team-First Approach For European Season, Murray Says

The Australian Sailing Team and Squad will work on their “racecraft” in Europe over coming months, putting to the test

Family History On Little Bro's Side, Lisa Darmanin Claims

Olympic silver medallist Lisa Darmanin and younger brother Paul have always been good friends. But there's been no shortage of

Ex-AST Olympic Medallists Chasing SuperFoiler Series Win This Weekend

“The sailing here in Australia is really up there with some of the best sailing venues and locations in the

Gilmour And Donaldson Ready For Huge Euro Season

Young Western Australian 49er pair Lachy Gilmour and Ryan Donaldson are bound for their biggest European season yet. But a

Zoe Thomson Carries Fine Form Into 2018

The Australian Sailing Squad’s Zoe Thomson has claimed victory at the NSW Metropolitan Championship, held at Drummoyne Sailing Club on

Jock Calvert Battles Adversity To Finish Well At Finn Euros

Former windsurfing exponent Jock Calvert has finished an encouraging eighth in the 32-boat U23 division at the 2018 Finn European

Expressions Of Interest Sought For Para Sailing Athletes

Australian Sailing is taking a leading role in the push for sailing to be reinstated in the Paralympic program with

Jake Lilley Praises Aussie Finn Fleet On Eve Of Euros

Ninety-six Finn sailors from 33 countries are counting down the days until the Open and U23 Finn European Championship in