Estimations are predicting a potential fleet of 80 boats with roughly 45 boats representing South Australia and a further 35 to come from interstate.

The early bird race entry fee of $150 is available to all boats until October 31.

The club was formed as a dinghy sailing club in September 1948 in the sail loft of the Jolly Roger Boatshed and Sailing School on the northern end of Albert Park Lake in Melbourne.

Tony Bull and the team are in Bodstedt, Germany, training, getting a routine going and acclimatising in the lead up to the Cadet Worlds.

When the ranking list was started in 2005, there were 287 sailors taking part in qualifying events, now there are 540 - a growth rate of nearly 90 per cent.

Runners on the first peak, a 26 mile run to the summit of Snowdon, suffered from sunburn and dehydration.

The start of any race is a critical moment that can have a big effect on your potential success in that event.

Crews came to Batemans Bay from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and everywhere in between.

This will be the seventh time the World Championship has been held in New Zealand, and the organisers are expecting this edition to be the biggest and best yet.

Up to 30 of the top women’s match racing teams will battle for the series trophy starting in Helsinki (Finland) 25-29 June.

Thirty-eight boats made the trek to the beautiful stretch of Lake Macquarie and nothing was decided until the final day.

Craig Jelfs from Cromer has won his 7th Australian Championship in the Hartley TS16 Division, making him the only skipper to ever attain this feat.

This resource is designed to help racing sailors understand and apply all the right-of-way rules in the 2017-2020 rulebook.

The 2017 Tasmanian Sailor of the Year clinched a record eighth consecutive victory.

Andrew York explains the effects of current on race boats and shows how a knowledge of the local area can work to your advantage.