- Tokyo Olympics: India Sailor Vishnu Saravanan Trains In Tokyo
Tokyo Olympics: The Sports Authority of India (SAI) shared a glimpse of India sailor Vishnu Saravanan training for the first time upon reaching Tokyo.
- Abhilash Tomy Starts Fundraiser To Again Participate In Solo Race That Fractured His Spine In 2018
Commander Abhilash Tomy, who took premature retirement from the Indian Navy in January this year, tweeted that he has "firmed" his plans of competing in the GGR 2022.
- Sports Ministry To Spend Rs 73.14 Lakh On Olympic-Bound Sailors' European Training Stint
The Sports Ministry's Mission Olympic Cell on Friday approved an expenditure of Rs 73.14 lakhs for the training of four Tokyo Olympic-bound sailors in Europe.
- Tokyo Games: In A First, Four Indian Sailors Qualify For Olympics
For the first time in history, four Indian sailors will compete in a single edition of the Olympics.
- Asian Games: Sailors Varsha, Aishwarya Still in Medal Race
The Indian duo, who led a small bunch of six teams after six races on Friday, finished third in the seventh race but were disqualified later to pick up seven penalty points after one of the competing teams, Malaysia, protested against one of their maneuvers and it was upheld by the race organisers at Wangsan Sailing Marina.
- Asian Games: Indian Duo at Top Spot After Two Races in Sailing Event
Indian sailors Varsha Gautham and Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan
- London 2012: Aussies Belcher, Malcolm win 470 sailing gold
Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page of Australia lived up to their favourites' status with a gold medal run in the men's 470 sailing at the Olympic Games on Friday.
- Kiwis get Olympic sailing gold in women's 470
New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the gold medal in the women's 470 on Friday, the Kiwis' second sailing medal of the London Olympics.
- Swedes beat Britain to win Star class Olympic gold
Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen of Sweden have upset defending champions Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson of Britain to win the gold medal in the venerable Star class, making them the first champions of the London Olympics sailing regatta.
- ISAF shocked at legal action by windsurfing group
The International Sailing Federation says it is shocked that the International RS:X Class Association is taking legal action in response to a decision to drop windsurfing from sailing at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016.
- South Korea's sailing coach caught driving drunk
The South Korea Sailing Federation says coach Lee Jae-cheol has been sent home from the Olympics after being stopped by police for drunk driving after attending a banquet hosted by the mayor of Weymouth.
- Close watch on weather before sailing events during Olympics
Weather forecasters are expected to work overtime in the coming weeks to provide accurate information for the sailing events during the London Olympics, beginning from July 29.
- Ben Ainslie hoping gold is plain sailing
Triple Olympic champion Ben Ainslie will lead home hopes in the sport of sailing in which Great Britain leads the all-time medals table with 50, including 25 golds.
- How sailing's new dream team plotted a course for glory while drowning their sorrows
The wind was raging when Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark put to sea on Monday off the coast of Weymouth where, in 12 days time, they will begin sailing in pursuit of Olympic glory.
- Where's my Windsurfer? Athletes bring tons of bags
Kenneth Andreasen, the head coach for the U.S. Olympic sailing team, is not a man who travels lightly. He's already sent 10 shipping containers full of sailboats, motor boats, masts, sails, trailers and other marine equipment to the Olympic sailing center at Weymouth.