Three men and three women have been shortlisted for US Sailing’s 2018 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year awards. Once again, the annual rundown of the year’s “best in the U.S.” represents a wide range of accomplished sailors from various disciplines and at different stages of their respective careers.
On Sunday, January 14th, the USST and Olympic Development Program athletes were joined by local and foreign sailors and volunteers who participated in the US Sailing Coconut Grove Coastal Clean-Up. The event was organized by US Sailing in partnership with VolunteerCleanup.Org and was sponsored by World Sailing. Upwards of 100 individuals collected over 850 pounds of trash from the mangroves lining Kennedy Park and Prime Point Marina. The USST athletes also took part in a workshop specifically designed to help identify how to become ‘change makers’ and reduce plastic pollution.
US Sailing’s Olympic Development Program (ODP) is kicking off 2019 with the next phase of Project Pipeline, which is the nation’s first long-term, high-performance youth sailing strategy. The goal of Project Pipeline is to give young U.S. competitors the skills necessary to compete successfully in all areas of international sailing, including the Olympic Games. Phase Two will focus on creating more opportunities for young athletes to try Olympic classes with more access to top-level coaching.
A MUST READ article for anyone in sports - coaches, parents, leaders, volunteers. Let’s learn from the research and focus on retention. More kids, more fun.
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“A recent email exchange with @DrDickB just turned into this latest blog about specialization and the professionalization of #youthsports. Hope ...
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The best sailors will be on top of their game 👌 as @Tokyo2020 draws closer...
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Youth News - January 2019
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Cleaning up our playground 850 lbs of trash at a time... Thanks to everyone who helped us start camp in the best way! #passonplastic @11thHourRacing @worldsailing @emilypenn
US Sailing Team Training Camp Kicks-Off with Sustainability Initiatives - United States Sailing Association
On Sunday, January 14th, the USST and Olympic Development Program athletes were joined by local and foreign sailors and volunteers who participated in...
Calling all youth match racers! US Sailing is now accepting Requests for Invitation to the 2019 US Youth Match Racing Championship #RoseCup19 #youthsailing
2019 U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship - United States Sailing Association
US Sailing Announces Shortlist for 2018 #Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year Awards #Sailing #SailingNews. Learn more about these 6⃣ finalists❗️https://t.co/CIIgpkZU0s
It’s time to secure your spot at NSPS 2019, hosted by US Sailing at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, January 31 – February 2. Details in Scuttlebutt Sailing News >>
📢 Sharing #WednesdayWisdom from the #WorldSailingAC18
@westmarine’s @ChuckHawley, former chairman of @ussailing's Safety at Sea committee, spoke at the 'Safety in #Sailing’ Forum about how to make racing safer in congested waters ⛵️🌊
Chuck Hawley, Forum Speech | Annual Conference: Sarasota 2018
Vice President of Product Information for West Marine, and former chairman of US Sailing's Safety at Sea committee, Chuck Hawley spoke at the 'Safety ...
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