Around the country, nationalism reached new heights as we celebrated the Australia II victory at Newport.
Team Australia skipper Tom Slingsby has beaten Team Japan's Nathan Outteridge to clinch the $1.5 million SailGP championship race in Marseille.
Three champion sailors have the honour of being the first athletes confirmed for Australia's 2020 Games team.
Before Olympic gold medal winners Tom Slingsby and Nathan Outteridge battle for a $1.47m purse, they were brought even closer by tragedy.
Australia’s pre-eminence on the international ccircuit continues with a milestone victory at the New York Yacht Club in Newport, Rhode Island.
Australia's SailGP crew will be favoured to take home the lucrative spoils of the first series.
The Australian team is right on track for next year's Olympic Games, achieving its goals in the recent test event and World Cup in Japan.
Tom Slingsby's crew set a new SailGP speed record as the fastest boats in the world flew in extreme conditions in the United Kingdom.
The Australian outfit has returned to the overall lead of the inagural series following a commanding performance in the latest leg in England.
The Australian 470 team of Mat Belcher and Will Ryan have kicked off an intense period in Japan with a win in the world championships.
The SailGP favourites face a desperate race against time to have their craft ready for the next leg of the lucrative series despite setting a new speed record.
One of Australia's most decorated sailors will strip weight to ensure his country remain on course for a win in the inaugural SailGP series.
Reigning Olympic gold medallist Tom Burton won his first ever world championship in the Laser class in Japan, with teammate Matt Wearn runner-up in a tight tussle.
Australian champions Iain Murray and Colin Beashel of America’s Cup fame, along with Richie Allanson, have won the Etchells world championship.
Dubbed a mini-America’s Cup, the Sayonara Cup is one of the oldest and most famous yachting trophies in the southern hemisphere.
Thousands of people crammed Shark Island and Sydney Harbour to watch the revolutionary new worldwide series start in Australia.
An Australian Olympic gold medallist will take on a fellow London Games hero while wearing Japan's colours in a series billed to "redefine sailing".
Ky Hurst is making a fist of his third sport at the elite level in a revolutionary series dubbed as sailing's version of Formula One.
America's Cup-winning skipper is tipping chaos when sailing's newest competition kicks off on Sydney Harbour next week.