July 11 - Double Olympic sailing silver medallist Nick Rogers (pictured) and Pom Green will not compete at the 2012 Olympics after deciding they were unable to dedicate the time needed to be successful in London.
By Mike Rowbottom
June 23 -Sarah Ayton, double Olympic champion in the now discontinued Yngling class, earned her first World Cup victory in the class she plans to compete in at the London 2012 Games when she won the Kiel event in Germany, partnered in the 470 event by Saskia Clark.
June 14 - Crowds lined the street of Brightlingsea in Essex today for the funeral of Reg White (pictured), Britain's 1976 Olympic sailing gold medallist, who died last month.
June 11 - Paul Goodison and Charlotte Dobson (pictured) ensured a double podium celebration for Britain, each taking a silver medal at the Laser European Championships, which concluded this afternoon in Tallinn, Estonia.
May 9 - New Zealand sailboarder Barbara Kendall, winner of three Olympic medals, has abandoned plans to carry on competing until London 2012 and has announced her retirement at the age of 42.
January 3 - British sailing’s top 49er crews will look to continue their impressive World Championship record when racing at the Seiko 49er World Championship gets underway in the Bahamas tomorrow.
DECEMBER 22 - BRITAIN'S sailing’s golden girls, Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson, today announced that they have raced for the last time as a trio following the controversial removal of the Yngling class from the 2012 Olympic Games.
November 28 - London 2012 and international officials have praised the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) since the award winning venue’s official construction completion 12 months ago.
October 12 - Britain's Shirley Robertson, the two-time Olympic gold medallist, today refused to entirely rule out a campaign to try to win a third at the London 2012 Games.