Josh Junior didn't see much of the America's Cup, having spent most of the time with his head down pedalling as hard as he could to provide oil for the thirsty Emirates Team New Zealand catamaran.
NZL Sailing Team
A typhoon might be descending on Japan early next week but the sailors at the World Cup regatta in Gamagori are having to contend with painfully light winds.
Four New Zealand crews are among the top 10 after the first day of the new 2018 World Cup season in Gamagori, Japan, but the day was cut short for most due to a lack of wind.
Sailing coaches and support personnel can access Drug Free Sport New Zealand’s (DFSNZ) award-winning anti-doping E-Learning programmes.
Andrew McKenzie collected the biggest result of his career when he finished third in a high-quality field at the Laser European championships in Barcelona overnight (NZ time).
Jo Aleh will enter the fulltime workforce in November but the two-time Olympic medallist has no intention of retiring from sailing.
Andy Maloney went from one form of extreme racing to another in winning the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's Yachting Developments New Zealand match racing championships in Auckland over the weekend.
He’s been chasing America’s Cup success over the past 15 years and now Ian Stewart will look to deliver Olympic success after joining Yachting New Zealand as the new high performance director.
Some wonder why sailors are drug tested but, as Kim Taylor frm Drug Free Sport New Zealand explains, the sport has evolved rapidly in recent times.
Olympic champion and America's Cup winner Blair Tuke encourages all New Zealanders to enjoy the upcoming summer but urges them to be careful in the sun.