Olympic Development Program
Welcome to the US Sailing Olympic Development Program homepage.
America’s path to the podium begins here.
Guided by the Project Pipeline strategic initiative, US Sailing’s Olympic Development Program (ODP) provides world-class coaching support to promising American youth sailors competing in high-performance classes.
Olympic Development Program News
- Record-Breaking Environmental Cleanup By US Sailing Team In Miami
- Nomination Period Open for US Sailing’s 2017 Coach of the Year Awards
- Youth Worlds: USA Takes Two Gold, One Silver at Sanya 2017
- Youth Worlds: USA At The Threshold, Aiming to Finish Strong
- Youth Worlds Mid-Regatta Report: U.S. Sailors Lead Two Classes, In the Hunt For More
- Reviving Your Regional Youth Racing
- U.S. Youth Sailing World Championship Team Ready to Race In Sanya, China
- Raising the Level: US Sailing’s ODP In Action At 29er Worlds
- Three Medals for US Sailing Team at Aarhus Sailing Week
- Youth Olympic Games: US Sailing Announces Athlete Selection System
- US Sailing’s ODP Youth Travel Teams Boost Ambitious American Sailors
- Buckingham (USA) Takes Laser Silver at Delta Lloyd Regatta
- Helly Hansen Selected To Outfit US Sailing Team Through 2020
- US Sailing Revises Youth Worlds Athlete Selection for RS:X
- US Sailing Team Unveils New Logo For New Era
- Oakcliff Triple Crown Series to provide $500K in Grants to Olympic Sailing Hopefuls
- US Sailing Names Campbell Chief Business Officer of U.S. Olympic Sailing
- Roster Announced: 2017 US Sailing Team
- ODP Training Camp and Travel Team Invitation Criteria
- Youth Sailing World Championship Team Selection Criteria
Contact ODP Staff:
- For General ODP Questions: ODP@ussailing.org
- For Press and Media Questions: Will Ricketson, Communications Manager, US Sailing
- Leandro Spina, Olympic Development Director, US Sailing
- Meredith Carroll, Youth Development Manager, US Sailing
Frequently Asked Questions
- Want to learn more about the ODP? Click here to access the FAQ’s.
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Pictured: 2014 American ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships medalists Quinn Wilson (Ojai, Calif., 29er), Haddon Hughes (Houston, Texas, Laser Radial) and Riley Gibbs (Long Beach, Calif., 29er). Photo: Yvette Eenkema/US Sailing.