This weekend's Spain Sail Grand Prix in Andalucía-Cádiz marks two years of the launch of SailGP's Women's Pathway. To celebrate the milestone, we round up some of the best photos of our female athletes.

Season 3 // Australia SailGP Team // Tash Bryant at the wheel

The Women's Pathway is an initiative key to SailGP's aim to create an inclusive sporting championship with gender equity - where the best athletes have equal opportunity to compete together on the F50.

Season 3 // Singapore Sail Grand Prix // Manon Audinet in flight control

Since launching in Cadiz Season 2, the Pathway has evolved and now demands teams to offer increased training and race exposure for female athletes.

Season 4 // Nina Curtis on board Australia F50 grinding

Key aims in Season 4 include teams training with the long term goal of developing a number of female athletes - a minimum of three female athletes per team, each season, with training and racing experience on the F50.

Season 4 // Nicole van der Velden Spanish strategist on board Spain F50

Teams must also always select at least one female onboard in all racing configurations.

Season 4 // USA strategist Erika Reineke underneath the US F50

SailGP is also delivering a program of development opportunities to complement individual and team development, while seeking a commercial partner to support the program.

Season 4 // Emirates GBR strategist Hannah Mills at wheel of British F50

Since the Pathway launched in Season 2, female athletes have been onboard all teams in 100% of races around the globe, honing their skills and providing a visible example for aspiring professional athletes.

Season 4 // Switzerland female athlete Laurane Mettraux on board Swiss F50

The female athletes racing at this weekend's Spain Sail Grand Prix | Andalucía - Cádiz have been confirmed and are:

Season 4 // Kahena Kunze Germany strategist on board German F50

Nian Curtis (AUSTRALIA)
Annie Haeger (CANADA)
Anne-Marie Rindom (ROCKWOOL DEN)
Amélie Riou (FRANCE)
Sophie Steinlein / Anna Barth (GERMANY)
Hannah Mills / Hannah Diamond (EMIRATES GBR)
Liv Mackay (NEW ZEALAND)
Nicole van der Velden (SPAIN)
Laurane Mettraux (SWITZERLAND)
Erika Reineke (UNITED STATES)

The Spain Sail Grand Prix takes place on October 14-15, with racing scheduled between 3.30pm-5pm CEST. Full broadcast information and How To Watch details are HERE.