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World Sailing Silver for  RIYC sailor Saskia Tidey (right) with new sailing partner Charlotte Dobson who are campaigning to represent Team GB in the 49erFX class in Tokyo
Tokyo 2020
Dun Laoghaire sailor Saskia Tidey from the Royal Irish Yacht Club on Dublin Bay, now sailing for Team GB, won a World Sailing Silver Medal yesterday in Santander, strengthening her 2020 quest for the Tokyo Sailing Olympics with new partner…
Royal Irish Yacht Club sailor Saskia Tidey in action in the Sailing World Cup Final at 10.50. See below
Tokyo 2020
Dun Laoghaire 49erFX sailor Saskia Tidey who joined Team GB after the Rio Olympics races in this morning's Sailing World Cup Final Medal Races in Santander, Spain. The GB crew lie second overall after this week's fleet racing concluded as…
Charlotte Dobson and Dun Laoghaire's Saskia Tidey (left) are in contention for Gold in tomorrow's Medal Race final at the Sailing World Cup Final. More than 250 sailors from 43 nations will race across the ten Olympic events as well as Open Kiteboarding
Tokyo 2020
Friday's action at Sailing's 2017 World Cup Series Final in Santander, Spain saw the Medal Race places decided in six of the 11 events. The Men's and Women's Skiff, Windsurfers, Mixed Multihull and Foiling Formula Kiteboarding all concluded their fleet…
The National Yacht Club's Finn Lynch in action at the Sailing World Cup Finals in Santander
Tokyo 2020
The National Yacht Club's mens Laser dinghy ace, Finn Lynch was hit with a U Flag penalty today that keeps him 23rd of 25 at the end of the second day of World Cup Final racing in Santander, Spain. Royal Irish Yacht…
Finn Lynch among a group of Lasers at the first day of the Sailing World Cup Final in Santander
Tokyo 2020
The World Cup Final kicked off in Santander, Spain today (6 June) with one Irish Olympic sailing squad sailor in attendance. Finn Lynch of the National Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire is 23rd from 25 of the world's top Laser…
Finn Lynch finished tenth overall at Delta Lloyd Regatta
Tokyo 2020
The National Yacht Club's Finn Lynch, who was Ireland's youngest ever Olympic helmsmen in Rio, has sailed in his first ever medal race at Delta Lloyd regatta, Holland yesterday.  Lynch finished eighth in the medal race and tenth overall. The…
Ireland's Aisling Keller from Lough Derg Yacht Club is competing in the Delta Lloyd Regatta in Holland
Tokyo 2020
Both Finn Lynch in the Laser and new Northern Ireland 49er combination Matt McGovern and Robbie Gilmore sit in the top ten of the Delta Lloyd Regatta Medemblik, Netherlands that started yesterday. Six Irish sailors into total are competing with great competition…
Annalise Murphy's typical training day in the video below
Annalise Murphy
As Annalise Murphy prepares her campaign for Gold at Tokyo 2020, the National Yacht Club Olympic Silver Medalist has shared a 'day in her life video' training around Dublin Bay. Three hours on the water with boat handling, speed testing…
Each of the first two races of the Finn Euros started with one general recall and then the black flag
Tokyo 2020
A 28 and a 32 scored at the 53–boat Finn 2017 European Open Championships leave Ireland's Oisin McClleland from Donaghdee Sailing Club in 29th overall. The Northern Ireland solo sailor is competing at the Yachting Club de la Pointe Rouge, Marseille,…
Sally Bell of the host club lies 12th overall in the Radial division at the Laser Ulster Championships at RNIYC
Laser
Finn Lynch leads the Laser Ulster Championships At Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club this morning writes our Special Correspondent. The fleet launched this morning on a beautiful sunny day two on Belfast Lough. There is a light breeze from…
Saskia Tidey (left) and Charlotte Dobson on their way to bronze at the 2017 World Cup Series in Hyères, France
Sailor of the Month
Saskia Tidey’s enthusiasm for racing the 49erFX to Olympic level is such that after she’d exhausted every possibility of finding a sailing partner towards Tokyo 2020 within Ireland, she had to cast the net towards the UK, and linked up…
Howth's Aoife Hopkins in breeze in Hyeres
Tokyo 2020
After a variable week and a "big learning regatta," National Yacht Club's Finn Lynch has placed 32nd overall in the men's Laser at the Sailing World Cup in Hyères writes Nathaniel Ogden. Coming home with a mid-fleet result after the…
Saskia Tidey of Dun Laoghaire (left) and Charlotte Dobson celebrate bronze in the 49erFX for Team GB in Hyeres
Tokyo 2020
In the Laser Radial fleet Howth Yacht Club sailor Aoife Hopkins has placed 40th after the first day of the live medal races in Hyères, France writes Nathaniel Ogden. Showing a consistent mid-fleet performance throughout the week, Hopkins has placed…
Lynch included 7th, 10th and 13th from the 60–strong fleet in his overall tally
Tokyo 2020
A blustery westerly breeze made for challenging conditions today at Hyères for Finn Lynch in the men's Laser fleet yesterday writes Nathaniel Ogden. A mixed set of results seem to be becoming a theme in this year's Sailing World Cup…
The foiling Nacra 17
Tokyo 2020
World Sailing has confirmed its support for the existing roll out plan to release the first batch of 45 Foiling Nacra 17’s on June 26. The European Championship, as previously stated in the released NoR will be a foiling event,…
Solitary Irish competitor Finn Lynch prepares to start a Laser Race in the Sailing World Cup in Hyeres today
Tokyo 2020
Royal Irish Yacht Club's Saskia Tidey and Charlotte Dobson continued to deliver top results on day three at Hyeres, France today writes Nathaniel Ogden. The pair, competing for team GBR in the 49erFX fleet, are placing 3rd overall after a…

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