A trio of sailors have been named as the first members of the Australian Olympic team forTokyo 2020.
Dutch sailors Kiran Badloe and Dorian van Rijsselberghe finished first and second in the men's event at the RS:X World Championships in Italy.
Yunxiu Lu of China overtook Dutch sailor Lilian De Geus to top the women's standings at the RS:X World Championships in Italy.
Defending champion Lilian de Geus of The Netherlands maintained her overall lead despite tricky conditions at the RS:X World Championships in Italy.
Defending champion Lilian de Geus of The Netherlands leads the women's standings after the second day of racing at the RS:X World Championships in Italy.
Spaniard Gerardo Seeliger has declared his intention to stand for World Sailing President in elections due to be held next year.
Malcolm Page has left his role as chief of the Olympic programme at United States Sailing less than a year before Tokyo 2020.
Australia's Mat Belcher and Will Ryan completed a superb hat-trick of consecutive wins on the Tokyo 2020 course as they won men's 470 gold at the Sailing World Cup in Enoshima.
France's Quentin Delapierre and Manon Audinet rose from fifth to first place to win gold in the Nacra 17 event at the Sailing World Cup in Enoshima.
Australians Mat Belcher and Will Ryan remained on course for victory in the 470 fleet at the Sailing World Cup in Enoshima, as strong winds forced the postponement of Nacra 17 and 49erFX races.
Mat Belcher and Will Ryan took over the lead in the 470 fleet at the Sailing World Cup in Japan, as they look for a third victory in quick succession on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic course.
Racing was possible in only the finn and RS:X classes on day two of the Sailing World Cup in Enoshima as strong winds, rain and huge waves battered the Tokyo 2020 Olympic course.
Brazil's Olympic champions Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze started in style at the Sailing World Cup in Enoshima, winning both of their races in the 49erFX class.
The Sailing World Cup season is set to begin in Japan tomorrow with more action on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic course at Enoshima Yacht Harbor.
World Sailing has released a video to promote the new mixed two person offshore keelboat event which will debut at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.