David Phelan assesses whether anyone really needs a dedicated satnav now
Calling sailing elitist is a misconception Of course all sports at the highest level are expensive to compete; it costs a fortune to win the Tour de France. But in terms of grass-roots level, it's relatively inexpensive; you don't need your own dinghy, and at my local club in Lymington, local school pupils can sail for a fiver – that's comparable to any other sport.
J C Chandor’s brilliant film starring Robert Redford fulfills all the criteria of new mini-genre of survival stories
We look back at 12 months of unforgettable action
Former This Morning weather presenter faces claims he sexually assaulted boys at a grammar school where he taught
Documents claim the supermodel allegedly urged the widow of a man killed by the crash in the Bahamas, to take a payout
'You saved yourself, but I will make a lot of trouble for you,' Coast Official told the captain after he left the ship
Is poker a sport? Well, like many of Great Britain’s medal-winning disciplines at London 2012, it’s done sitting down and there’s a great deal of skill involved, so let’s not quibble. Where it does differ, though, is that you can play it online for big money, which is where a teenaged Brisbane computer whizz named Daniel Tzvetkoff entered the picture.
The treacherous Arctic convoys undertaken by Allied ships in the Second World War were described as ‘the worst journey in the world’. Jonathan Brown reports on attempts to track down the survivors so they can get the recognition they deserve
Admittedly it's a step down from €11.5m annual salary he received before his abdication
A toddler was rescued by a ferry crewman after she fell into the River Mersey today.
So near and yet so far, Britain’s Olympic sailing supremo Sir Ben Ainslie, four golds and a silver, had to give best to the first Italian winner of the Argo Group Gold Cup, winner of the penultimate Alpari World Match Racing Tour grand prix, Francesco Bruni.
An aggressive gamble to deal his closest rival a major blow backfired for Britain’s defending world match racing champion Ian Williams and his Team GAC Pindar in Bermuda.
A bid to knock out his nearest rival for a successful defence of his world match racing title was behind Ian Williams' choice of Taylor Canfield as his quarter final opponent at the Argo Group Gold Cup regatta in Bermuda.
The action is taking place in Bermuda
Olympic legend tells Stuart Alexander in Bermuda about creating The Simpson Foundation and how time is against him to create a British America's Cup team