Damien Seguin of France and Heiko Kroger of Germany jointly lead the 38-boat 2.4 Norlin OD fleet at the Para World Sailing Championship in Sheboygan in the United States.
The World Sailing Para World Championships will begin tomorrow featuring more than 100 sailors from 39 nations, in Lake Michigan in the United States.
Puerto Sherry in Spanish city Cádiz has been selected to host the 2019 Para World Sailing Championships.
World Sailing have announced that this year's Para World Sailing Championships will take place at Sheboygan in the United States.
Germany's Jens Kroker has become the first Para-competitor to be elected to World Sailing's Athletes' Commission.
World Sailing President hopes to maintain momentum in bid for inclusion on Paris 2024 Paralympic programme
World Sailing President Kim Andersen has called for the organisation to continue their “strong momentum” as they seek to have the sport included on the Paris 2024 Paralympic programme.
Sheboygan in the United States has been awarded the 2018 Para World Sailing Championships as the governing body prepares to discuss the sport's Paralympic Games reinstatement attempt at its Annual Conference in Mexico.
Germany's Heiko Kröger secured a home gold medal in the 2.4 Norlin class as the Para World Sailing Championships concluded with a thrilling final day of racing in Kiel.
Kroger records two victories to move into overall 2.4 Norlin class lead at Para World Sailing Championships
Heiko Kroger of Germany stormed into the overall lead in the 2.4 Norlin class with two race victories at the Para World Sailing Championships in Kiel.
Paralympic champion Damien Seguin of France retained his lead at the top of the 2.4 Norlin class leaderboard as he finished fourth and second in the two races held today at the Para World Sailing Championships in Kiel.
Paralympic champion Damien Seguin of France moved into the overall lead in the 2.4 Norlin class event as he finished second in the only race to beat the weather conditions at the Para World Sailing Championships in Kiel.
Australia’s Christopher Symonds produced an impressive performance on the opening day of the Para World Sailing Championships in Kiel.
Germany’s Heiko Kroeger will aim to defend his Para World Sailing Championships title when competition begins tomorrow.
A record 39 nations are set to compete at the 2017 Para World Sailing Championships, due to take place in Kiel in Germany from between June 19 and 25.
World Sailing President Kim Andersen claims they have "ticked off many of the boxes" in their bid for readmission to the Paralympic programme and expressed his belief that the sport will return at the 2024 Games.