A global sailing event held in memory of Dorset sailor Andrew "Bart" Simpson has been declared a world record.
More than 30,000 people from 60 countries took part in 'Bart's Bash', which was held to raise money for his Foundation.
The Olympic gold medallist from Sherborne died in 2013 while training for the America's Cup.
A post mortem report has revealed that the Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson from Sherborne in Dorset died from blunt trauma with drowning.
Mr Simpson won a silver medal at the Olympics last year.
He was killed while training for the America's Cup in San Francisco in May.
The city's Chief Medical Examiner found extensive bruises to his head and neck.
The boat he was on broke in two and capsized. He was trapped beneath the wreckage.
It's been announced that supermarket giant Tesco will NOT be submitting an application for a store in Sherborne.
It follows a huge campaign against the plans. People there said it would ruin the High Street and destroy independent businesses. Tesco say it was planning issues, and not just protesters, that drove the decision.
The supermarket giant Tesco will not be submitting an application for a superstore in Sherborne.
It follows a huge campaign in the Dorset town against the plans. People said that the supermarket would ruin the High Street and destroy many well established independent businesses.
Tesco says it was planning issues - not protesters that drove the decision.
Tesco has dropped its plans to build a supermarket on the site of a hotel near Sherborne, Dorset. It was faced with strong protest from local shopkeepers.
The funeral has taken place of the Olympic Gold medal-winning sailor Andrew Simpson. Some of the best known names in the sport were there to pay tribute to him - among them Sir Ben Ainslie.
Nicknamed 'Bart', Andrew Simpson lived in Sherborne in Dorset with his wife and two children. He drowned when a catamaran he was racing in California capsized earlier this month.
The funeral of Olympic sailing champion Andrew Simpson is taking place in his home town in Dorset.
The 36-year-old died after his yacht capsized off the Californian coast earlier this month.
A service at Sherborne Abbey will be followed by a celebration of Andrew's life at the town's castle.
Sherborne has been dressed with red, white and blue bunting as it bids farewell to one of its greatest sporting heroes.