Water pollution concern for Rio 2016
Water pollution in the sailing venue is the main concern for Rio de Janeiro, 18 months before the city stages the Olympics.
GB finish with eight medals in Miami
Giles Scott and Bryony Shaw win golds as British sailors claim eight medals at the World Cup in Miami.
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