Five sets of family tickets (2 adults and up to three children) are up for grabs for the medal race day at the Sailing World Cup, Weymouth & Portland on Sunday 12 June.

Be there to cheer on the British Sailing Team as they take on some of the finest sailors from across the globe in the final showdown before Rio 2016.

You’ll be able to take in all the action from the boat park as the sailors prepare for battle on the water.  Get up close and personal with your favourite sailors, grab an autograph or two or even a selfie!

Finn sailor Giles Scott in action. Credit: Lloyd Images

Finn sailor Giles Scott in action. Credit: Lloyd Images

The event will offer a seaside-themed spectator’s area with a live screen showing all the action on the water. There will also be opportunities to have a go at dinghy sailing, windsurfing and stand-up paddle boarding for free.

It promises to be a great day out for all the family and a great opportunity to support the very best of the British Sailing Team as they take on their Rio rivals on home waters.

The competition deadline is midnight on Tuesday 31 May.

You can enter via email to or like the Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland Facebook page then like and comment on the competition post and you could be in with a chance of winning.

About the event

The Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland, is the fourth regatta of the 2016 series, taking place from 6 – 12 June at Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA).

Run in partnership by the  Royal Yachting Association (RYA), World Sailing and WPNSA as part of UK Sport’s #EveryRoadtoRio series, the event promises to be action packed both on and off the water.

Tickets are available for the final qualification day on Saturday 11 June and the Medal Race Day on Sunday 12 June. Prices start from £5 for adults and £3 for children.

You can also visit the venue for free from 6 – 10 June during practice sessions and qualifying (starts 8 June), but note, there is no live streaming of the racing at the venue on these days.

To book your ticket visit

If you wish to visit the event on one of the ‘free’ days, you will still need to register via the ticket website for a venue access pass.

To find out more, visit