Ainslie leads America's Cup series
Ben Ainslie's boat is top of the leaderboard after the opening two races of the America's Cup World Series.
F1 on water? America's Cup explained
The America's Cup comes to the UK for the first time since 1851 with Sir Ben Ainslie on a mission to win it. But what is it?
Video & Audio
- Watch Mayor fires cannon to launch regatta
- Watch Sailor Espey concerned by funding cut
- Watch America's Cup crowds amaze Ainslie
- Watch Ainslie starts GB's America's Cup bid
- Watch Bewl Water Sailing Club's last day
- Watch Hanging on to Sir Ben Ainslie's yacht
- Watch Bay hosts extreme sailing race
- Watch Ainslie America's Cup HQ takes shape
- Watch How fit are top-class sailors?
- Watch 'French sport is in mourning'
- Watch Will Rio be ready for the Olympics?
- Watch Thomson awaits help off Brazil coast
- Watch Wilson sets sights on Olympics
- Watch Knox-Johnston 'not abandoning sailing'
- Watch Knox-Johnston on Atlantic challenge
- Watch On board Knox-Johnston's yacht
- Watch Olympic joy for Irish sailing pair
- Watch Ainslie aiming for America's Cup glory
- Watch Sir Ben Ainslie heads to Cardiff Bay
- Watch Magic of world class sailing hotspot
- Ainslie starts America's Cup bid
- Pink and Bithell third in Porto
- Fletcher and Sign finish fourth
- Noise fears at Sir Ben Ainslie HQ
- Thompson wins Laser World crown
- British pair win sailing bronze
- Shaw wins European windsurfing gold
- Briton Walker wins Volvo Ocean Race
- Dempsey and Scott in Rio trial squad
- GB win three World Cup gold medals
Around the Web
- External link: Sailing At Chelmarsh Gets £10,000 'Wow Factor' Boost
- External link: British Youth Sailing Team ready for EUROSAFs
- External link: Almost time for RYA Zone and Home Country Championships 2015
Schedule & results
World Cup and World Championships results
America's Cup World Series
Sunday's racing at the America's Cup World Series event in Portsmouth is cancelled because of bad weather.