Lucy Macgregor, Annie Lush and Ally Martin have been getting to grips with the vessels that were released only a few weeks ago and hope to continue the form that saw them win a regatta against 11 other international teams in the same waters last week.
Britain's sailors have enjoyed a strong season so far, with Nick Dempsey clinching the RS:X World windsurfing title off Portland Bill last week, while Paul Brotherton and Mark Asquith took European silver in the 49er and Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell came second in the 470 World Championships.
Goodison added the World title to his Olympic success with victory in Canada in August, while compatriot Nick Thompson finished third.
"The Sail for Gold Regatta in our home waters of Weymouth and Portland provides Skandia Team GBR with a fantastic opportunity to line up with the best in the world," said Royal Yachting Association Olympic manager Stephen Park.
"It is a chance to gain that all-important knowledge and racing time in the venue where we hope to be successful again when the Games are upon us in less than three years' time."
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