With Opti Team Trials over, and the high school sailing season winding down, many youth racers are considering the question, what’s next? Sailing is a sport with almost unlimited options, from day sailing to offshore passages, dinghies to schooners, skiffs to cats, kiting, foiling… the list goes on. What a great time to be a sailor.
The premier event in international youth sailing, the 2018 Youth Worlds (July 14–21, Corpus Christi, Texas) is expected to include competitors from over 70 nations. The event is set to be held in U.S. waters for the first time since Newport, Rhode Island hosted the regatta in 1996, and is open to sailors under age 19.
US Sailing has released Athlete Selection Procedures for the 2019 Pan American Games, set to be held in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11, 2019.
Check-in starts today #Clagettregatta US Para Sailing Championship @ussailing Clinics Wednesday and Thursday with racing Friday-Sunday
Chillin’ with my homie @mollyvandemoer at the @ussailing Bemis and Smythe Qualifier. Lovely day for a sail. #sail #regatta #junior #sailing #pysf #sanfrancisco #bay
Learn more about team building in sailing in the latest edition of the US Sailing Blog by Sports Psychologist, Tim Herzog.
We're proud to announce an update to our Ambassador program! Starting this year, our Ambassadors will have the opportunity to identify and work with a non-profit of their choice, giving a grant to selected organizations.
In the latest entry to the US Sailing Blog, Anna Tunnicliffe @atunnicliffe "coaches us up" on the importance of flexibility and mobility in sailing! Get exercise and fitness tips from this Olympic Gold Medalist today! ➡️ https://t.co/6bvlME0c9S
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