The Volvo Yachting Excellence Awards are on later this month and some of the winners have already been announced. Here is the final instalment on the winners so far.
Only two sailors return from last year's team but there are plenty of familiar names in this year's New Zealand squad for next month's youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China.
It can be devastating for an athlete if their chance of achieving a goal is undone by making the wrong choice about a supplement.
The Volvo Yachting Excellence Awards are on later this month and some of the winners have already been announced. We'll be profiling them over the next few weeks.
Entries are open for the Oceanibridge NZL Sailing Regatta, this country's premier Olympic and youth classes regatta and the New Zealand leg of the newly-created Tasman Series.
New Zealand sailors walked away from the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta with four medals, including golds to Alex Maloney and Molly Meech in the 49erFX and Tom Saunders in the Laser.
Another typhoon is starting to gather momentum and so are Alex Maloney and Molly Meech at the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta in Japan.
The first day of the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta was about backing yourself and hoping it came off and it did for a couple of New Zealand boats.
One of the key factors behind the success of New Zealand’s sailors at last year’s Olympics was the amount of time they spent in Rio leading up to the Games and it’s an approach they plan to take again ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Many of New Zealand’s top sailors are in Enoshima this week to get their first look at the sailing venue for the Tokyo Olympics.
For so long a New Zealand crew has been at the forefront of the 49er fleet but now a trio of combinations are trying to go some way to emulating what Peter Burling and Blair Tuke achieved over the last Olympic cycle.