Sean Herbert defended his Starling national title in Wellington this week in one of the most exciting finishes in the events 47-year history.
New Zealand's top youth sailors have the opportunity to seek funding from two scholarships to help their sailing ambitions this year.
Geoff Woolley understands the New Zealand sailing landscape as both an elite competitor and coach which is one of the main reasons he's been appointed Yachting New Zealand talent development manager.
Installing the ability to… (jimmy it up) and keep going.
A big part of doing well in sailing, is our ability to fix broken parts with whats stashed in our lifejacket. Remember as a coach its important to get your sailor to the start line but you should also give them a chance when ever time allows, to make the repair themselves. Its so tempting to quickly jump in and save the day, but we must remember its important for the sailor to learn how to repair the boat as well. If we fix the problem they will not learn and they will expect someone will always come to the rescue.
Seven New Zealand sailors with previous experience at the youth sailing world championships have been selected for July's youth worlds in the United States.
Australia's Fletcher Walters can consider himself the best Optimist sailor in Australasia after adding the New Zealand title to the Australian one he claimed earlier in the year.
World championships selection is on the line this weekend at the Yachting New Zealand 29er and Nacra 15 youth trials.
Applications for the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's youth training programme close on March 31.
PCA National Advisory Board Member and Head Men's Basketball coach at Notre Dame Mike Brey talks about how he intentionally teaches positive body language to his players.
Westlake Boys High School took out the 67th annual intersecondary schools regatta at the Wakatere Boating Club.