Day One Scorcher Sets Sail Sydney Alight

Competition was hot on day one of Sail Sydney today, where twelve Olympic nation quotas for the Paris 2024 Olympics will be available across the ten Olympic classes.

Only Two Weeks to Go until Sail Sydney 2023

Sailors are preparing to descend on Woollahra Sailing Club (WSC) and Georges River Sailing Club (GRSC) for this year's Sail Sydney, which is scheduled to take place from Saturday, December 9th to December 17th, 2023. 

Entries open for Sail Sydney

Entries have opened and the Notice of Race released for two of Australia’s iconic off-the-beach regatta, with Sail Sydney now open for business.

Save the Date for a Summer of Sailing

The iconic Sail Melbourne and Sail Sydney regattas are once again set to take place this summer, with competition heating up in preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Consistency Secures Medals at Sail Sydney

Varying conditions and a gusty southerly set down a challenge for athletes on the final day of Sail Sydney, with consistency the key for podium finishes. 

Close Finishes Set for Final Day of Sail Sydney

Multiple classes will have to wait until the last day of racing to decide their winners at Sail Sydney, after wet and windy conditions saw racing delayed or cancelled today on Sydney Harbour. 

Olympians return on Day One of Sail Sydney

Olympians Matt Wearn, Mara Stransky, Tom Burton, Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin all marked their return to domestic competition with race wins on day one of a windy Sail Sydney.

Path to Paris starts at Sail Sydney

With a fleet of almost 250 boats on the entry list, the 2022 Sail Sydney regatta is set to shape a huge domestic summer season for many of Australia’s top sailors.

2022 Sail Sydney – the countdown is on!

With less than one month to go and close to 200 registrations Sail Sydney 2022 is expecting the largest fleet in the event's history. Large fleets will provide great competition and plenty of spectating and social opportunities.

Storms Cross the Harbour on Day Two of Sail Sydney

A wild storm lashed Sydney Harbour on the second morning of Sail Sydney, creating delays to the morning racing and a racecourse filled with whitecaps and a strong westerly breeze when racing eventually got underway in the afternoon.


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