Tom Slingsby is still not over Australia's loss at the Abu Dhabi SailGP as his team looks to bounce back on Sydney Harbour this weekend.
Looking to bounce back on day one of the Sydney SailGP, Australia sailed as well as they have all season, according to driver Tom Slingsby.
Tom Slingsby's Australia have shaken off a disappointing last event to claim their first overall victory of the SailGP season on Sydney Harbour.
With uncertainty over the Sydney to Hobart weather conditions, Andoo Comanche's skipper is confident his boat can thrive come rain or shine.
Only weeks ago, Wild Thing 100's rivals were unsure she'd make it to the Sydney to Hobart start, now the upgraded supermaxi is ready to challenge for honours.
While others were readying their boats, Andoo Comanche skipper John Winning Jr spent some lead-up to the Sydney to Hobart repeatedly jumping out of a plane.
SHK Scallywag retired from the Sydney to Hobart just hours after the start of the iconic race, leaving the three other supermaxis to push for line honours.
Andoo Comanche and LawConnect are battling changing conditions in their fight to be first across the line in the 78th edition of the Sydney to Hobart race.
LawConnect has clinched line honours in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, running down fellow supermaxi Andoo Comanche in a thrilling river finish.
Bob Williams' cat Oli has been enjoying some time in the cockpit aboard Sylph VI at the tail-end of the Sydney to Hobart fleet.
More than a dozen yachts have added their names to the Sydney to Hobart finish list, with Tasmania's Alive expected to be named overall winner.
Tasmanian yacht Alive has been declared the overall winner of the 78th edition of the Sydney to Hobart, claiming handicap honours for the second time.
Inconsistent weather is making life difficult for the Sydney to Hobart fleet, with Tasmanian yacht Alive primed to take out overall honours for the second time.
Tasmanian yacht Alive has been declared overall winner of the 78th edition of the Sydney to Hobart, claiming the honour for the second time.
For only the second time since launching in 2005, the legendary Wild Oats XI is missing the Sydney to Hobart yacht race this year.
If two-time Sydney to Hobart winner Craig Smith was a betting man, he'd pick that the big race's line honours record will not be broken in 2023.
Retired naval officer Bob Williams will honour the memory of a beloved Sydney to Hobart veteran when he sets sail in Sylph VI on Boxing Day.
Three of Anthony Johnston's brothers will join him aboard URM Group in this year's Sydney to Hobart - and he's hopeful of bringing another along in 2024.
On the water since October, Atomic Blonde is a dark horse in this year's Sydney to Hobart yacht race, which may be her only appearance for the coming years.
Having hoisted his sail for every Sydney to Hobart yacht race since 1973, Lindsay May will on Boxing Day become the first person to reach the 50-race milestone.
Australian sailors have secured Olympic quota spots in the Nacra 17 and mixed 470 classes with dominant Sail Sydney efforts in torrid conditions.
There are no guarantees for Australia's sailors, who still have plenty of work to do to clinch Olympic tickets despite the team winning nine of 10 quota spots.
It's almost unheard of that the Sydney to Hobart's long-range weather forecast is as inconclusive as 2023's, veteran navigator Adrienne Cahalan says.
Christian Beck's 100ft supermaxi LawConnect has won line honours at the Big Boat Challenge, while URM Group claimed victory on handicap.
Sydney to Hobart heavyweight Andoo Comanche is a monohull of unmatched power but as her crew has found out, her greatest strength can be her greatest weakness.
Townsville's Breiana Whitehead is the first sailor named on Team Australia for Paris 2024, set to debut in the new Olympic class of kite foil.
Tom Slingsby's continued SailGP dominance and his work on America's Cup hope American Magic have earned the Olympic champion top honours for a third time.
NSW yacht Celestial has been awarded overall honours in the Sydney to Hobart, after last year being denied victory because of a time penalty.
Supermaxi Andoo Comanche is favoured to win her fourth Sydney to Hobart line honours, as a fleet of 109 boats prepare to set off for the annual challenge.
Supermaxi Andoo Comanche claimed line honours in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, about 27 minutes ahead of LawConnect with BlackJack third to finish.
Navigator Adrienne Cahalan will bring her considerable knowledge of the Sydney to Hobart race to one of the top overseas boats in the fleet.