In an industry dominated by sportswear, the sportswomen who make it in the competitive paddock are mostly those who have been there, done it and come out the other side with medals.
But if you’re looking for something a bit different and fresh, it’s probably best to look elsewhere.
“Sailing is a great sport and there are plenty of great people who do it,” said Australian sailing coach and former world champion Mark McCaughan, who has been in the industry for 20 years.
“But I think it’s important that it is taught to young people, and to be open about it.”
What do you need to know about sailing?
Sailing involves three boats, one for each crew member, and usually takes up to 20 minutes.
It’s also a sport with a history as far back as the late 1700s, when it was first invented.
The boats are usually made of wooden, with wooden sails on each.
They have a row of six wooden sails and a wooden boat.
The boats can be built using a variety of materials, including sails and timbers.
The first ships were made of masts, with each row being made of wood and canvas, and then with sails and timber.
Then came a number of boats made from materials such as canvas and clay, and eventually, with the arrival of the sail, sails and canvas.
In 1835, a British vessel called the Tewkesbury was built in Wales.
It was powered by a combination of wood, canvas and rope, and it was a success, winning four world races and setting a new world record.
The British navy was keen to get its hands on it, and by 1847, it had been sold to France, which made it the first British ship to sail from New Zealand to the West Indies.
It was built to sail to the Bahamas, where it set a record of almost 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometres) in a single day.
It was eventually returned to Britain in 1853.
Sailing was also a popular pastime for sailors in the early 20th century.
John Biddulph, who was a captain on the British warship HMS Tewksbury, said that sailors would go on ships and sail around the world to see what the weather was like and what the waves were like.
When the ship was commissioned, it was the biggest ship in the British fleet, and a lot of sailors were very happy with the way it looked.
Biddulp said that it was also the first ship to be fitted with an automatic whaling station, and that there were also a number that were fitted with a compass, a sailboat, and even a windlass.
During the Second World War, it became the mainstay of the Royal Navy, and sailors would sail around Europe to see how their ship would perform against enemy ships.
One of the things sailors used to do was to gather their sails and attach them to a boat and go sailing around.
Sailing has been an integral part of the history of sailing in Australia since its beginning, but its history as a sport has been largely forgotten, with many sailors now just trying to survive on the back of their boats.
Some historians have speculated that it may have started as a form of competition between sailors, but in the 1800s, it began to become a way of life for the young.
This is because, like the Olympics, sailing is a sport of the body and it’s difficult for someone to go from the water to a sailing event without breaking something.
That’s why the history is so important, said McCaughn, who also works as a teacher in a sailing school.
There’s also the fact that the sport has a very strong tradition in Australia, he said.
And because it is such a popular sport in Australia it’s also extremely challenging for young sailors.
While there are currently about 30,000 people in the sport, it is still fairly new, and the number of young sailors is only increasing.
Most of the young sailors I see are from Sydney, and they have got a lot more experience in the water than the older generation.
You need to understand the history to understand what it’s like, said Mark McCoughan.
If you want to be an effective sailor, you have to understand how it works.
“It’s a great way of learning about the physical skills and the mental skills.
We teach the basics, but we don’t teach the more advanced skills.
That’s why we have to keep educating them to improve them.”