SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific organisers are delighted to announce the 2021 season format and a raft of changes to simplify the competition and bring gender equity to the league. For next year’s schedule of racing on supplied RS21 keelboats Read More
Twenty-four yacht clubs are set to fight for the title of “Best Sailing Club of the Year“ and the prestigious silver trophy in the SAILING Champions League Final 2019, due to start today, August 15 in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Joining Read More
The National Sailing League Oceania is delighted to announce its expansion from the single final launch in season one to at least five fleet racing events across two states making up the 2019-20 calendar.
Day one of Australia’s first-ever league style sailing event on Sydney Harbour brought 14 teams from clubs spanning Perth to Auckland, New Zealand, together for a brilliant hit-out of 15 races in a mix of autumn conditions. Highlights from day Read More
West Australia has joined the multi-state line-up for the National Sailing League Final, fielding a women’s team of high-level sailors formed specially for the event’s debut in Sydney next week, April 25 -28, 2019. A week out from the start Read More
Two more clubs have entered the National Sailing League Final, including the first international team representing the ‘other’ sailing powerhouse in the Oceania region – New Zealand. The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, home of the next America’s Cup, is Read More
The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, highly-regarded both in offshore and youth match racing circles, is the first club to enter a team for the April National Sailing League Final in Sydney. CYCA Youth Sailing Academy head coach Jordan Reece Read More
In the northern hemisphere the Sailing Champions League is a winning concept, taking off from the start-up league in Germany in 2013 to involve 21 nations and more than 300 clubs in 2019. Now it’s the southern hemisphere’s turn. Mark Read More