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Ireland’s Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern compete in the men’s 49ers in the London 2012 Olympics. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Ireland’s Olympic sailing team made progress towards its stated aim of winning three nation places for the 2016 Rio Olympics in Santander yesterday, b(...)

Ireland’s Annalise Murphy in action . Photograph: Inpho

A young Olympic Irish team shows the depth of its ambition this morning when it aims to repeat its own performance of three years ago by taking three(...)

Sailors to represent Ireland at the ISAF Sailing World Championships to be hosted in Santander, Spain, in September are James Empsey (Laser Standard), Ryan Seaton (49er), Saskia Tidey (49erfx), John Twomey (Sonar Paralympic), Matt McGovern (49er), James O’Callaghan (ISA Performance Director), Andrea Brewster (49erfx), Finn Lynch (Laser Standard) and Ian Costello (Sonar Paralympic).

Annalise Murphy’s next tack for an Olympic medal begins on Saturday at Aquece Rio, the first test event of the 2016 Olympic regatta at Marina de Glori(...)

Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern: finished just outside the medal race in the Netherlands last weekend.

After last weekend’s Eurosaf Olympic disciplines event in the Netherlands, campaign momentum is building to a summer peak for all the Irish hopefuls (...)

Finn Lynch, who has qualified for September’s ISAF Worlds in Santander, took Munster Laser honours at Baltimore last Sunday.

A stand-out performance by Irish skiff sailors Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern at this week’s concluding International Sailing Federation (ISAF) (...)

As the bulk of Dublin’s racing fleet is lifted back into the water tomorrow morning for the summer sailing season(...)

Laser Euro champion Annalise Murphy competes next Tuesday at the ISAF World Cup in Mallorca. Photograph: Inpho

Seven Irish dinghy sailors embark on the 2016 Olympic qualification road next week at the International Sailing F(...)

Irish Sailing Association High Performance director James O’Callaghan. “The sewage is visible and we have identified it as a significant health risk to our athletes.” Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Irish officials and team members have identified the Brazilian waters, where the 2016 Olympic sailing event takes place as a “(...)

French skipper Francis Joyon of France celebrates aboard his Maxi IDEC Trimaran as he arrives in Brest, western France, Monday, June 17, 2013. Joyon broke the North Atlantic solo sailing record, finishing in 5 days, 2 hours, 56 minutes, 10 seconds, more than 16 hours and 34 minutes faster than the previous record. Racing his Maxi IDEC trimaran, the French skipper crossed the finish line at Lizard Point Sunday, June 16 to beat Thomas Coville's five year record. (AP Photo/David Vincent)

As one French trimaran smashes the Transatlantic speed sailing record this week, eight such high speed craft are assembled in Dun Laoghaire this morni(...)

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