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Olympic singlehanded sailing dinghy that is sailed everywhere. Huge circuits throughout the UK and the World.

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Show news Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
Light winds and long hours on the water
Posted today at 4:25 pm
Laser UK Masters Championship at Royal Torbay
There are certain mysteries in racing that only the select few have solved
Posted on 13 Jul
Ainslie says Olympics need radical overhaul
Winner of five Olympic medals disappointed at dropping of Finn: 'What do guys over 85kg sail?'
Posted on 13 Jul
Three Brits in top ten at Laser Worlds
Strong results demonstrate the depth of British squad
Posted on 13 Jul
NZL Sailing Team: Three Kiwis in Top Ten - Day 6
Three Kiwis finished in the top 10 - Sam Meech was fourth and Tom Saunders 10th
Posted on 10 Jul
Buckingham finishes 11th at Laser Worlds
Concluding the first event of the 2020 U.S. Sailing Olympic Trials
Posted on 10 Jul
Australia in form as Tom Burton wins Laser Worlds
Fellow Aussie Matt Wearn finishes second
Posted on 9 Jul
Irish team at the Laser Men's Worlds overall
Disappointment as Ireland were unable to qualify for Tokyo 2020
Posted on 9 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship overall
Tom Burton holds on to his overnight lead to become champion
Posted on 9 Jul
Australian Sailing Team at the Laser Worlds Day 5
Another good day on the water for Tom Burton and Matt Wearn
Posted on 9 Jul
Irish team at the Laser Men's Worlds day 5
A strong finish is required from Lynch to keep him in the mix
Posted on 8 Jul
Lasers at Notts County
The Race Officer had quite a job plotting the shifts
Posted on 8 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship day 5
Australia's Tom Burton holds an 18-point lead
Posted on 8 Jul
Laser Worlds: Gautrey top Kiwi after Day 5
Three New Zealanders are in the top 10 heading into the final day of the Laser Worlds
Posted on 8 Jul
Tom Burton moves into lead of Laser Worlds
Rio Olympic Laser gold medallist moved into the lead of the Laser Worlds
Posted on 8 Jul
Sailing this Winter?
Not everyone is going to the tropics
Posted on 7 Jul
Irish team at the Laser Men's Worlds day 4
Lynch sparks at Olympic qualifier in Japan
Posted on 7 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship day 4
Burton takes lead in challenging light wind
Posted on 7 Jul
Laser Worlds: Meech second after Day 4
Sam Meech in clear second after Day 4. Gautrey battling with dislocated knee
Posted on 7 Jul
Irish team at the Laser Men's Worlds day 3
Two Irish sailors through to the Gold fleet
Posted on 7 Jul
Laser Worlds: Two wins for Meech on Day 3
Meech leads by one point over Wearn (AUS) after Day 3 of 2019 Laser Worlds
Posted on 6 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship day 3
NZL's Sam Meech leads as qualifying series concludes
Posted on 6 Jul
Laser Worlds: Gautrey top Kiwi after Day 2
15points separate 20 boats after Day 2 at Laser Worlds in Japan
Posted on 6 Jul
Testing ground for Tokyo 2020 Laser selectors
Five AST and ASS athletes are vying for a world title
Posted on 5 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship day 2
Only 5 points separate the top 10 boats
Posted on 5 Jul
Laser Worlds: Gautrey top Kiwi after Day 1
George Gautrey is second overall in the 2019 Laser Worlds after Day 1 in Sakaiminato, Japan
Posted on 5 Jul
Irish team at the Laser Men's Worlds day 1
Lynch off-form at start of Olympic qualifier in Japan
Posted on 4 Jul
Laser Men's World Championship day 1
Jurisic and Gautrey lead at Miho Bay, Japan
Posted on 4 Jul
US Sailing Olympic Trials begin with Laser Worlds
2019 World Championships & U.S. Olympic sailing trials begin
Posted on 3 Jul
Consistency key to Laser Worlds success
The fleet heads to the new venue of Sakaiminato City in Japan
Posted on 2 Jul
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The podium: 1st Olly Cage-White, 2nd James Goodfellow 3rd Pierce Seward during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
Max Hunt (214300) narrowly escapes a raft of pursuers at the gybe mark. ‘Water' anybody? during theLaserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
Steve Gray (197177) beats Tom Goodey (198907) and a gaggle of other hopefuls to a pin end start during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
Even the lantern rouge is celebrated, Ruth Oliver – not last but last boat to finish all races at Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
Christian Brewer showing perfect trim during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
Olly Cage-White has clear air from a mid-line start as does 1st lady sailor Abby Zambinski (167710) during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
WYC turned on the fans in the afternoon during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
A puff of wind and Harry Newton leads Tom Oliver in a youth match at Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
7.Tom Goodey and Oliver Cage-White lead the Sunday afternoon reach, Guy Noble (213463) joins in the fun during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
8.Typically close racing as James Goodfellow (192742) fights for the inside overlap on Oliver Cage-White (213701) and Christian Brewer (212015) during Laserfest 2019 at Whitstable
© Nicky Whatley
2019 Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships
© Robert Hajduk / World Sailing
Laser Masters Championship at Royal Torbay
© Guy Noble
Laser Masters Championship at Royal Torbay
© Guy Noble
Nick Thompson (second from left), Elliot Hanson (fourth from right) and Lorenzo Chiavarini (second from right) all finished in the top ten
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Measuring the breeze the old way - Day 6, World Laser Championship, Sakaiminato, Japan July 2019
© Junichi Hirai
New Zealand takes three places in the top ten - Day 6, World Laser Championship, Sakaiminato, Japan July 2019
© Junichi Hirai
Thomas Saunders (NZL) - Day 6, World Laser Championship, Sakaiminato, Japan July 2019
© Junichi Hirai
2019 Laser World Championships
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Finn Alexander (214418) and Matt Wearn (199015) post and pre mark rounding - Laser Worlds 2019
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Matt Wearn - Laser Worlds 2019
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Tom Burton wins the ILCA Laser Standard Men's World Championship 2019
© Junichi Hirai /  Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Wearn Matthew - 2019 Laser World Championship at Sakaiminato, Japan
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
2019 Laser World Championship at Sakaiminato, Japan
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Burton Tom - 2019 Laser World Championship at Sakaiminato, Japan
© Junichi Hirai / Bulkhead Magazine Japan
Close tacking - Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
Goerge Fereday (far right) wins the Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
Concentration at the mark - Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
Joe Scurral ttakes third in the Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
Just after the start - Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
Sarah Mason wins First Lady in the Laser open meeting at Notts County
© David Eberlin
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