|2008 Beijing||Tornado class|
|2002 Martha's Vineyard||A-class|
|2004 New Plymouth||A-class|
|2004 Punta Ala||Formula 18|
|2005 Hoek van Holland||Formula 18|
|2006 San Isidro||Tornado|
|2007 Queensland||Formula 18|
|2009 Belmont||A Class|
|2015 Punta Ala||A-class|
|2018 Lake Garda||GC32 Class|
|2006 Hyères||Formula 18|
|2003 Koksijde||Formula 18|
Glenn Ashby (born 1 September 1977) is an Australian sailor from Strathfieldsaye, a suburb of Bendigo, Victoria. He is a multiple multihull world champion and is currently the skipper of the 2017 America's Cup winners, Emirates Team New Zealand.
Ashby grew up sailing with his brother and sister at Bendigo Yacht Club. Learning in a Northbridge Junior at around seven, his Dad later took him on a Sabre. In 1996 at 18, Glenn went overseas for the first time in his life. Competing at the A-Class Worlds in Spain against 86 others, he won.
Ashby and skipper Darren Bundock were the 2007 world champions in the Tornado class and ranked number one in the event going into the 2008 Summer Olympics. However, they were beaten by the Spanish team and won silver.
- France, Marvin (June 27, 2017). "America's Cup: Team New Zealand beat Oracle to reclaim Auld Mug in Bermuda". Stuff. Retrieved 2017-06-26.
- AIS at the Olympics Archived 9 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
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