Sailing


Sailing sports find their origin in the 16th and 17th centuries in the Netherlands. The first known yaghtboatrace was in 1661, a contest between boats of King Charles II and the Duke of York over 23 miles from Greenwich to Gravesend over the Thames. The first Yaght- and sailingclub was fouded in 1720 as Water Club of Cork in Ireland. At the end of the 19th century Sailing sports became popular. The International Sailing Federation was founded in 1907 and is the motherfederation to all the different classes that are sailing competitively. For more info see Wikipedia.

Olympic Games:
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M:Finn
M:Laser
M:RS:X
M:Star
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49er
Defunct Events:
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0.5 ton
0.5-1 ton
1-2 ton
2-3 ton
3-10 ton
10-20 ton
12 foot Dinghy
12 foot Double Handed Dinghy 18 foot Double Handed Dinghy
5.5 Metre
6 Metre
6 Metre (1907 rating)
6 Metre (1919 rating)
6.5 Metre
7 Metre
8 Metre
8 Metre (1907 rating)
8 Metre (1919 rating)
10 Metre
10 Metre (1907 rating) 10 Metre (1919 rating)
12 Metre
12 Metre (1907 rating)
12 Metre (1919 rating)
12 Square Metre
30 Square Metre
40 Square Metre
470
Dragon
Finn
Firefly
Flying Dutchman
Laser
Olympic Monotype
Open
Soling
Star
Swallow
Tempest
Tornado

World Championships:

Ocean Race

America's Cup

Match Racing World Championship

Women's Match Racing World Championship

Team Racing World Championship

Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

European Championships:

North American Championships:

Pan American Games:

Asian Games:

Universiade:

World Junior Championships:

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