world sailing TV Parallel paths My Road to Rio Jack Harding You know what it feels like to win a gold medal My Best Olympic Race Jack Harding Sailing's no football, forget about extra-time My Road to Rio Jack Harding My Best Olympic Race - Nathan Outteridge, Race #15 London 2012 Rio 2016 Olympic Games Daniel Smith - World Sailing LIVE Medal Races - Sailing World Cup Weymouth & Portland Jack Harding Parallel paths 22 Jun 16, 09:3 Equipo GREZ and Team Gumucio 49er FX have been living their whole lives parallel to each other. Siblings. Childhood friends. Members of the same sailing club. 49er Sailing athletes. And next up Rio 2016 Olympic athletes You know what it feels like to win a gold medal 20 Jun 16, 13:1 When a clearly defined goal is set and subsequently achieved, the sense of satisfaction is immense. Sailing's no football, forget about extra-time 15 Jun 16, 10:3 It's 2014. It's the hostile environment of the Maracanã Stadium. A despondent Argentinian team trudge off the field following a 1-0 defeat to Germany. They had lost the FIFA World Cup Final. My Best Olympic Race - Nathan Outteridge, Race #15 London 2012 13 Jun 16, 17:1 A small British pub, The Cove House Inn, was transformed into a little piece of Australia at London 2012 and turned into the focal point for the nation's most successful sport at the Olympiad. LIVE Medal Races - Sailing World Cup Weymouth & Portland 11 Jun 16, 21:6 Medal Races at Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland will be broadcast live on Sunday 12 June from 11:00 to 16:00 BST / local time, 10:00 to 15:00 UTC. World Sailing Newsletter World Sailing Newsletter is the weekly online newsletter of World Sailing. It features the latest news and events from the sailing world together with features and info in an easy-to-use format. Sign up Email * First Name * Last Name * Enter the following to confirm your subscription * Worldwide Partners Technical Clothing Supplier Official Suppliers Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube Flickr World Sailing is the governing body for the sport of sailing, officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).