Wild Oats XI in Sydney-Hobart redemption
Australian super-maxi Wild Oats XI clinched their ninth Sydney Hobart line honours on Friday in one of the closest finishes in the race's history.
Skipper Kirby to lead U.S. in new SailGP league
Rome Kirby, who won the America's Cup with Oracle Team USA in 2013, will be the skipper of the American entry in the new SailGP league.
Thakkar, Ganapathy extract vengeance on the waters
Varun Thakkar and KC Ganapathy believe they could have finished higher but for accusations made against them by the Oman team on day three of the 49er men's event.
How a Danish sailing champion is helping India's quest for gold
Indian sailors KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar explain how one of world sailing's true greats is helping them in their quest to bring glory to India.
Sailor, refugee, doctor, Angolan: How José Caldas came full circle
José Caldas fled war-torn Angola for Brazil in 1975. His lifelong love of sailing finally helped him come home.
2 U.S. Olympians join American Magic cup team
U.S. Olympians Caleb Paine and Bora Gulari are on the initial roster of 17 sailors announced by American Magic, the America's Cup challenger backed by the New York Yacht Club.
Lost Volvo Ocean racer untethered when hit
Lost sailor John Fisher wasn't wearing his safety tether when he was knocked overboard during the Volvo Ocean Race.
Volvo Ocean Race sailor presumed lost at sea
British-born sailor John Fisher, who went overboard in rough conditions in the harsh, remote Southern Ocean, about 1,400 miles west of Cape Horn, is presumed lost at sea.
British sailor dies in round-the-world yacht race
A British sailor has died after being swept overboard during a round-the-world yacht race, organisers said.
U.S. Sailing makes inquiry into Gulari capsize
Malcolm Page, chief of Olympic sailing, says U.S. Sailing wants to know if the catamarans, which recently were upgraded to allow foiling, can be made safer.
U.S. sailor loses parts of 3 fingers in capsize
U.S. Sailing says Olympian Bora Gulari's fingers became entangled in the rigging of his Nacra 17 when it capsized in strong winds Wednesday.
Team NZ: Next Cup likely in Auckland in 2021
Team New Zealand, which beat Team USA in the 35th America's Cup last month, has indicated it will likely host the next America's Cup regatta and challenger selection series in Auckland in early 2021.
Kiwis win again, take 6-1 lead in America's Cup
Peter Burling skippered Team New Zealand to two more wins over Team USA to take a 6-1 lead in the America's Cup.
Kiwis undefeated on weekend in America's Cup
Peter Burling calmly steered New Zealand's 50-foot catamaran to two more dominating victories over Jimmy Spithill and two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA on Sunday to remain undefeated in the America's Cup showdown on the Great Sound.
Kiwis beat Oracle in 1st 2 America's Cup races
Peter Burling and Emirates Team New Zealand survived two heart-stopping moments to win the first two races of the 35th America's Cup against Jimmy Spithill and two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA on the Great Sound on Saturday.
Ainslie's team given hope after NZ capsize
Sir Ben Ainslie hopes to see his team New Zealand rivals back up and racing soon, after a spectacular capsize in the America's Cup challenger semi-final in Bermuda.
Paine, Moroz win U.S. Sailing Rolex awards
Olympic bronze medalist Caleb Paine of San Diego and 16-year-old Daniela Moroz of Lafayette, California, have won the U.S. Sailing Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year awards.
Joyon sails around the world in record 40 days
French skipper Francis Joyon smashed the record for the fastest sail around the world by more than four days when he won the Jules Verne Trophy on Thursday.
Briton Thomson sets world record during Globe
British sailor Alex Thomson has set a world record for the most distance sailed solo in 24 hours in the Vendee Globe.
Alinghi wins Extreme Sailing title on final day
Swiss team Alinghi clinched the Extreme Sailing series on the final day of competition Sunday, with skipper Arnaud Psarofaghis holding off a late attempt from archrival Oman Air to win the title.
Elvstrom dies at 88; considered sailing's greatest
Denmark's sports confederation says yachtsman Paul Elvstrom, who won four straight Olympic gold medals between 1948 and 1960, 13 world championships and seven European championships, has died.
Candidate to run World Sailing demands change
Businessman Kim Andersen of Denmark is running for president of World Sailing, saying the governing body is at a crossroads under incumbent Carlo Croce.
One man's solo voyage in sailing's most grueling race
With Fig Newtons and Springsteen tunes in tow, Rich Wilson is set to embark on his second Vendee Globe race, which tests fate and emotions as sailors try to finish by circumnavigating the earth.
America's Cup schedule released amid intrigue
America's Cup officials released the full schedule for the 2017 regatta in Bermuda while continuing to remain silent about an arbitration panel decision that reportedly went against organizers.
Biggest SEC questions to be answered in October
Can the Vols keep it up? Will LSU turn it around under Ed Orgeron? Will Alabama lose a game? These are a few of the biggest SEC questions this month.
As it happened: Sindhu beats Okuhara to lift World Tour Finals title
PV Sindhu beat Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games to become the first Indian to win the year-end World Tour Finals. Here's how the action unfolded
USA Cycling hires New Balance boss Rob DeMartini as CEO
Rob DeMartini, the longtime New Balance boss, has been hired as the new president and CEO of USA Cycling. He takes over for Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Bill Bailey, record-setting New Zealand runner, dies at 84
William "Bill" Bailey, a New Zealand runner who held world records in two now-obscure events, died Tuesday at age 84, Athletics New Zealand said.
South African-born Rory Sabbatini now citizen of Slovakia
Rory Sabbatini may be in line for a 2020 Olympics bid after becoming a citizen of Slovakia, his wife's native country.
Allyson Felix on pregnancy and motherhood: 'Only so much of this you can predict, much less control'
Allyson Felix: "I was so excited to be pregnant. I've always wanted to be a mother. ... So why has it taken me eight months to share this news?"
USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy as part of 'reorganization'
USA Gymnastics, saying it is trying to reach settlements in sexual abuse lawsuits and forestall its potential demise at the hands of the USOC, has filed for bankruptcy.