World Sailing

World Sailing is Recruiting, but you have to be quick

5 January 2022

World Sailing, the world governing body for the sport of sailing, is currently recruiting for the following positions . . . Read More

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Happy New Year to all as we stumble into 2022

4 January 2022

With even the few UK sailing events at this time of the year already being cancelled, it seems that little has changed despite the best efforts of national governments. Read More

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Tokyo 2020/1 Olympics come in under budget!

22 December 2021

Tokyo 2020/1 organizers have claimed that the estimated official costs for the Games were US$1.8 billion less than anticipated at US$13.6 billion. Read More

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World Sailing prioritises upgraded website for future growth

7 November 2021

At the recent 2021 Annual Conference World Sailing presented a Finance Report which prioritised the allocation of resources and cash for investment in Participation and Development, Technical services, IT and Website development, and the staff resources to deliver these services Read More

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World Sailing finally Downsizing

5 November 2021

World Sailing are to terminate their present lease on the London office at the end of November 2021 and move to smaller office space saving £420,000 a year Read More

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World Sailing to focus on reinstating Sailing in Los Angeles Paralympic Games

30 October 2021

World Sailing is to campaign for sailing to be reinstated in the Paralympic Games in Los Angeles (USA) in 2028. Read More

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World Sailing expects £11+ million payout from Tokyo Games

21 October 2021

In the recently published World Sailing (UK) Ltd Audited Accounts for 2020, World Sailing indicated that the successful delivery of the Tokyo 2020 Games in August 2021 had alleviated the critical financial risks associated with the cancellation of the Games Read More

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Paris 2024 – The clock is already ticking

18 October 2021

If you are considering competing in the Paris 2024 Olympic sailing events you need to be hitting the water very soon. Read More

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