Pictured: Paige Railey (Clearwater, Fla.) will try to win her third Pan American Games medal on Saturday, July 18. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 17, 2015 Toronto, Canada – The field of medal race competitors was determined in each fleet on Friday (Day Six) at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. The United States secured a place on
Pictured: Charlie Buckingham (Newport Beach, Calif.), scored a win and two seconds in the Laser on Day Five at Toronto 2015. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, July 16, 2015 Toronto, Canada – After five days of full-fleet racing at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, Team USA is battling for the lead in the Laser Radial, Laser, Lightning
Pictured: Paige Railey races in light air in Toronto, Canada on Day Four of the Pan American Games. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Toronto, Canada – Lake Ontario teased the Pan American Games fleet with a fresh breeze during the morning of Day Four, but despite the Race Committee’s efforts to get all competitors out to
Rochester, N.Y. (July 15, 2015) – The Rochester Yacht Club (RYC) has a long history of hosting outstanding racing events for adult and youth in a variety of classes and formats. The RYC welcomes 30 top young sailors under the age of 19 this week at the 2015 U.S. Junior Women’s Singlehanded Championship for the
Pictured: Paige Railey (Clearwater, Fla.), Laser Radial Pan Am Games regatta leader. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, July 14, 2015 Toronto, Canada – Day Three of racing at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games saw American sailors in several classes demonstrate exceptional skill in the light air conditions of Lake Ontario. Paige Railey (Clearwater, Fla.) and Charlie Buckingham (Newport
Pictured: Hobie 16 leaders Mark Modderman (Long Branch, N.J.) and Grace Modderman (Rumson, N.J.). FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, July 13, 2015 Toronto, Canada – The US Pan American Sailing Team won three more races on Day Two of Toronto 2015, and continues to fight for podium spots in what so far has been a light-air affair. Team USA
Pictured: Charlie Buckingham (Newport Beach, Calif.), Laser class. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sunday, July 12, 2015 Toronto, Canada – The first races of the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games have been completed on Lake Ontario. One race was finished for each class in light and variable conditions, and the US Pan American Sailing Team has taken the lead in
Several sailors were in position to contend for qualification spots on the US Sailing Team Sperry Youth World Team as they entered Friday’s final set of races at the 2015 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships. Excitement was in the air and the breeze on Mount Hope Bay and Narragansett Bay cooperated, which made for some great racing.
Pictured: Paige Railey (Clearwater, Fla.), a Pan American Games gold and bronze medalist in the Laser Radial class. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 10, 2015 Toronto, Canada – All fourteen members of the Toronto 2015 US Pan American Sailing Team have gathered on the shores of Lake Ontario as preparation continues for the Pan Am Games regatta,
Thursday marked the second half of the 2015 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships and represented a prime opportunity for contenders to make a run to the top of the standings and for leaders to extend their advantage on their respective fleets.
Come join the US Sailing Team Sperry athletes at the American Yacht Club to support our national Olympic and Paralympic sailors, with all proceeds going to support their efforts at the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2016 Saturday September 19, 2015 Host: American Yacht Club 499 Stuyvesant Ave, Rye, New York Schedule and Details
Bristol, R.I. (July 8, 2015) – The forecasted thunderstorms held back long enough for the five fleets to get in some racing again today on Mount Hope Bay at Day 2 of the 2015 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships. However, the larger fleets including the International 420s, Laser Standards and Laser Radials managed just one race,
On Tuesday, a collection of the nation’s top young sailors launched into Mount Hope Bay from Roger Williams University’s sparkling new Bready Sailing Center for the start of the 2015 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships, the pinnacle event for youth sailors under 20 in the U.S.
Bristol, R.I. (July 6, 2015) – From the Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover, to the ICSA College Sailing National Championships, the state of Rhode Island has featured an impressive line-up of sailing’s top racing events in 2015. Over 160 of the top young sailors in the country will embark on the Ocean State for the
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Pictured: European Champions Stu McNay and Dave Hughes (Men’s 470), US Sailing Team Sperry. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 4, 2015 Portsmouth, R.I. – US Sailing Team Sperry athletes Stu McNay (Providence, R.I.) and Dave Hughes (San Diego, Calif.) have secured their second straight major international victory at the 2015 470 Class European Championships in Aarhus, Denmark.
June 13-16, 2015 St. Francis Yacht Club San Francisco, California By Richard Feeny, US Sailing Olympic Development Program Manager In an unprecedented gathering of US youth talent and world-class coaches, forty-three of the top young sailors in the country enjoyed four days of heavy air training and on-shore sessions supported by the St. Francis Sailing Foundation and US
By Brian Swingly, Head Sailing Coach, US Coast Guard Academy Oyster Bay, N.Y. – At the conclusion of the spring College Sailing National Championships, twenty four sailors from thirteen different collegiate programs came together at Oakcliff Sailing to participate in the first of its kind College Sailing High Performance Clinic. The clinic, which was supported
Portsmouth, R.I. (July 2, 2015) – “The Beat” visits Southern California, as host Katy Nastro gets the low down on the Long Beach Race Week’s Yacht Club Challenge. Katy also gets the scoop on youth sailing at the Summer Gold Cup as she discovers the stories that touch on the friendships created and fostered through
Portsmouth, R.I. (July 1, 2015) – When US Sailing introduced the sailor-friendly Safety Equipment Requirements (SER) in early 2015, we wanted to make it as simple as possible to prepare boats for offshore sailing. Updated with revised language and re-organized into three categories, the SERs have been widely adopted by organizing authorities across the country.
After five days of quality coaching and instruction, racing, and good ole’ fun on and off the water with friends, we have winning team to crown today at the Columbia Sailing Club.