Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark's long wait for dinghy sailing gold ends
#Rio2016 ~ Great Britain’s Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark have finally clinched gold in the women’s 470 sailing class. The pair, who only needed to cross the finish line to guarantee gold, were forced to wait for their coronation after the final regatta was postponed on Wednesday due to a lack of wind. Mills and Clark’s gold is Team GB’s 21st of the Rio Olympic Games and follows Giles Scott’s triumph in the Finn sailing class. More to follow...
Britons launch comeback bid on sailing day three 14.09.2016 Experienced crew recover to fifth in Sonar contest but Australians still well out in front as Paralympic competition continues. - Great Britain Sonar team - Rio 2016
Double-gold sailing glory for Australia in Rio 16.09.2016 Competition is wrapped-up in two classes with a day to spare – with Britain and France going head-to-head in third on final day Australian Sonar team - Rio 2016
Sailing into the spotlight Hannah Mills. Great Britain is the most successful nation in Olympic sailing history, with more gold medals won than any other nation. With that in mind, this year’s Team GB sailors have a lot to live up to.