Trinidad and Tobago's Andrew Lewis booked his place at Tokyo 2020 in a dramatic medal race at the Sailing World Cup in Miami.
Oetling's tears of joy after earning Mexico and herself a Tokyo 2020 place at Miami Sailing World Cup
Elena Oetling secured her nation, Mexico, and herself a place at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo today after completing the fleet racing at the Sailing World Cup in Miami with five top-10 finishes in the laser radial class.
Home hope Pedro Pascual enjoyed a day of limited racing at the Sailing World Cup in Miami, Florida, winning his fourth RS.X race of a vital Tokyo 2020 qualifying regatta.
Australia's Olympic silver medallists Mat Belcher and Will Ryan have moved into the lead in the men's 470 class at the Sailing World Cup in Miami.
American Caleb Paine continued his fine start in the finn class at the Sailing World Cup in Miami, keeping hold of top spot after day two.
France's Tokyo 2020 hopefuls Camille Lecointre and Aloise Retornaz began Olympic year with a strong first day in the women's 470 class at the Sailing World Cup in Miami.
Miami is hosting the second stop on the 2020 Sailing World Cup circuit from tomorrow, with the competition crucial for North American sailors.
New Zealand's Josh Junior won the Finn Gold Cup - the World Championship for the Olympic Finn class - in Melbourne today as Britain’s Olympic and European champion Giles Scott dropped out of the medal positions.
New Zealand's Josh Junior looks set to claim the Finn Gold Cup title, as he heads into the medal race with a 16-point advantage over his nearest challenger in Melbourne.
New Zealand's Josh Junior remains in the lead at the Finn Gold Cup, after racing resumed today in Melbourne.
No racing was possible on day three of the Finn Gold Cup in Melbourne, due to a lack of wind.
The World Sailing Trust has become the official charity of SailGP's community and outreach programme, known as "Inspire".
New Zealand's Josh Junior has taken a 14-point lead in the Finn Gold Cup overall standings after another solid day in Melbourne.
Andy Maloney of New Zealand topped the standings after the first day of the Finn Gold Cup in Melbourne.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke, the Rio 2016 49er champions, earned a fifth world title today on the home waters of Auckland after holding off a renewed challenge from Germany’s Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel.