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Comanche skipper Jim Cooney is preparing for an additional responsibility at the start of the Sydney to Hobart and feels greater apprehension than he did before last year's race.
New Zealand's Sam Meech has slipped from first to third in the Laser class following a tough day of racing at sailing World Championships in Denmark.
A lack of wind meant there was little racing today at the World Sailing Championships in Denmark.
The New Zealand sailor Sam Meech was far from perfect today, but he remains at the head of the Laser fleet at the World Sailing Championships in Denmark.
Sam Meech thinks he got a bit lucky but few of his rivals believe that after he took a firmer grasp on the lead in the Laser fleet at the sailing world championships in Aarhus.
New Zealand sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have confirmed they'll attempt to defend their 49er title at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The New Zealand sailor Blair Tuke says it was special for him to race down the Northland east coast yesterday on the sixth leg of the Volvo Ocean race.
Wild Oats XI has smashed the Sydney Hobart race record to claim line honours for the ninth time after a dramatic late comeback.
Surging supermaxi LDV Comanche holds a strong lead and is well inside race record pace in the Sydney to Hobart.
After missing out on a berth in the Volvo Round the World yacht race double Olympic medallist Jo Aleh is taking a break from top flight sailing.
Jimmy Spithill is determined to contest another America's Cup after this year's loss but doesn't know yet whether it will be as part of a long-awaited Australian campaign.
America's Cup winning skipper Glenn Ashby and helmsman Peter Burling are both finalists for the World Sailing Male Sailor of the Year award.
The next edition of America's Cup racing will switch from catamarans to high-performance monohull yachts, defending champions Team NZ have confirmed.
The New Zealand sailors Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders have finished fourth at the Nacra world championships in France.
The New Zealand sailors Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have extended their lead after two days of racing at the World 49er FX Champs in Portugal.
The New Zealand sailors Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have the early lead at the 49erFX world champs in Portugal.
A New Zealand father-and-sons trio has taken out second place line honours in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have been named the New Zealand sailors of the year.
The New Zealand 49er sailors Blair Tuke and Peter Burling are on track for another title.
Five crews have been named to represent New Zealand at the Rio Olympic sailing regatta in August.