The Irish Sailing Association this week reversed a decision to fill the host nation’s wild card place for the ISAF Women’s Match Ra(...)
Eddie Nolan, who died on his 73rd birthday, was the longest serving national managing director of the Ford Motor Company in Europe and the driving for(...)
As UCD Sailing Club prepare to depart for La Rochelle and the defence of their 2012 victory in the Student Yachting World Cup, changes to the format (...)
Anthony O’Leary’s Royal Cork Yacht Club (RCYC) team need to continue their consistent performance off Rhode Island this morning if the sole Irish entr(...)
As two world championships conclude on Irish waters this weekend, a third European and world championship begins on Dublin Bay tomorrow bringing with (...)
Practice races for two world championships were held off the south and east coasts of Ireland yesterday as light conditions look set to dominate the c(...)
Last weekend saw the annual mass gathering of the largest dinghy class in Ireland when the Jelly Bean Factory Optimist Irish Championship at the Natio(...)
The Irish sailing scene has never been more buoyant, with Irish dinghy sailors at full stretch this morning, as leading classes stage championships o(...)
The number of beaches around the country who are to receive the coveted Blue Flag award this year has dropped by 15 per cent compared to 2012.
John Somers Payne, a double Olympian and doyen of Cork Harbour sailing, died yesterday, aged 87.
Payne, a member of a well-known Munster(...)
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