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2023 American Sailor Newsletters

US Sailing names Marcus Lynch as High Performance Director

2018 American Sailor Newsletters

May - August

A New Model for Youth Sailing in America.

January – April

US Sailing announces Training, One-Design and Community Sailing award winners for their contributions to the sport in the U.S., and Erika Reineke and Peter Duncan were selected as Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtsman of the year.

2017 American Sailor Newsletters

November – January

The US Sailing Education Zone makes impact at Extreme Sailing Series – San Diego; Sailing Leadership Forum 2018 news and updates; US Sailing celebrates new headquarters in Bristol, Rhode Island; Erika Reinke takes gold in Japan

August – October

US Sailing Blog Contributor, Anna Tunnicliffe shares Fitness for Sailors, Fitness for Life. Submit your nomination for 2017 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the year, and find out how to register for the 2018 Sailing Leadership Forum.

April – June

Click to find out how to get millennials hooked on sailing, review our 2017 US Sailing Team, and learn how to make your community sailing center, sailing or yacht club a First Sail location.

January – March

Highlighting our 2017 USA Junior Olympic and U.S. Junior Championship calendars, The Racing Rules of Sailing for 2017-2020, and our 2016 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year.

2016 American Sailor Newsletters

November – December

See who was named to the 2016 Youth Worlds Team, explore the connections between science and sailing, and don’t forget to follow us on social media.

August – October

Take a look back at the 2017 National Sailing Program Symposium in Austin, TX, how you can get kids excited about big boat sailing, and how First Sail Locations are engaging new sailors.