The Championship will also be the second Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualification event for the Finn with four places to be allocated.

Award winning Round the World champion skipper, Wendy Tuck, will speak at the RMYS on Thursday 31 January at 7.30pm – book now to avoid missing out.

YOu better get in quick to sign up and get to Geelong for the long weekend.

Widespread team from across Australia selected for Polish Worlds in July.

Current world champions sit the practice race out.

The build of the boats was probably more of a surprise at these Nationals.

Four Aussies in the top ten in a world class field for Australian championships.

Still time to get into NZs biggest regatta.

He has won the Laser Radial Worlds, and now Zac Littlewood has an 18 point lead heading to his first Youth Australian title.

Winners are becoming clear, Archie Cropley and Max Paul among them who hold an 18-point advantage over their nearest competition.

Archie Cropley/Max Paul won the 29er Nationals last week and now their battle resumes with club mates, Lachlan Brewer/Flynn Twomey, who lead the Youth Championships.

This is the first time Australians Brett Burvill and Max Puttman have ever won a Tornado Worlds, which they did in New Zealand.

Australian Jake Lilley took one point off past world champion Ed Wright to finish third and reclaim his Australian title.

A brisk south-wester on the Derwent, in Hobart, where NSW and Western Australia continue to dominate in six of the seven classes.

Press and Hay were outstanding all week, pushed all the way by Brett Hobson and Jeremy Jones and others along the way.